[Seeking Alpha] - While 82% of companies have managed to beat Wall Street's expectations a few have managed to disappoint. We found 6 dividend stocks with a dividend yield of 2% or more that were recently downgraded. We have listed the reason for the downgrade and the
[Forbes] - Chipotle, formerly owned in part by now-rivals McDonald's, beat Wall Street's consensus EPS estimate by 4 cents. The tex-mex fast food chain saw revenue surge as well, up 25.8% to $ million, which was also above the consensus forecast.
[Plain Dealer] - Parker's earnings of $2.01 per share beat Wall Street expectations. Analysts polled by Thomson/Reuters had been expecting $1.71 per share. In early trading Tuesday, Parker's stock was up nearly $3 to $ As with industrial giant Eaton
[BusinessWeek] - The results beat Wall Street predictions, sending Brinker shares up 5 percent in premarket trading. For the quarter ended March 28, the Dallas company earned $44.9 million, or 56 cents per share, up from $40.2 million, or 45 cents per share
[Hollywood Reporter] - The Internet behemoth also creates a new class of stock that it will distribute as a dividend to shareholders. Google on Thursday reported a quarterly profit that jumped 61 percent and announced what CEO Larry Page described as "effectively a
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[Kansas City Business Journal] - Led by strong growth in automotive and intermodal shipments, Kansas City Southern reported its highest-ever quarterly revenue and beat Wall Street projections for profits. The regional railroad operator (NYSE: KSU) said Tuesday that it earned $74.9
[Reuters] - (Reuters) - US Steel Corp (XN) on Tuesday posted an adjusted first-quarter profit that beat Wall Street estimates, partly because it sold off its money-losing operations in Serbia and shipped more flat-rolled steel in the quarter.
[The Republic] - AP HOUSTON — Baker Hughes Inc.'s first-quarter profit slipped as its costs and expenses climbed, but its performance still beat Wall Street's expectations. The Houston oil field services provider reported Tuesday that its net income fell to $379
[Pittsburgh Business Times] - First Commonwealth's EPS beat Wall Street's average estimate of 9 cents per share for the quarter ended Mar. 31, First Commonwealth (NYSE:FCF) attributed the increased earnings to a lower provision for credit losses — $3.8 million compared to
[TwoCircles.net] - By IANS, New York : Bank of America Corp. released lower earnings for the first quarter Thursday, but the results still beat Wall Street's estimates as the credit quality improved. The US second largest bank said its profit, excluding certain one-time
[Wall Street Journal (blog)] - s (GE) first-quarter earnings declined 12% but slightly beat Wall Street expectations on an operating basis, fueled by renewed profit growth at its big energy infrastructure division. GE's shares rose 1.5% to $ premarket.
[Dividend.com (blog)] - By Dividend.com Staff Industrial products and equipment maker Illinois Tool Works Inc. (ITW) on Tuesday posted a steep decline in first quarter earnings, hurt by one-time items, but adjusted results beat Wall Street's view and the company boosted its
[Fox Business] - When earnings beats on Monday from the likes of Xerox (XRX) are included, 103 of the 129 S&P 500 companies reporting have actually beat Wall Street's expectations, according to S&P Capital IQ. That 80% beat rate is way up from 59% in the fourth quarter
[Fox Business] - However, the company beat Wall Street expectations and lifted its forecast for the current period, sending its shares 2% higher in morning trade. The Norwalk, CT.-based provider of document solutions and business support reported net income of $276
[Fox Business] - Alcoa (AA), which is seen as a bellwether since it is usually the first major US company to report earnings, posted a first-quarter profit and revenue that beat Wall Street's expectations. The bar has been lowered to some extent, however, as many firms
[Fortune (blog)] - Delta is hoping to beat Wall Street at its own game by getting into the jet fuel trading business. If successful, one bank stands to lose the most. By Cyrus Sanati, contributor FORTUNE -- Delta Air Lines is upping the ante in its war with Wall Street
[Taipei Times] - IBM's earnings beat Wall Street's expectations, but that is often the case with the technology bellwether. Investors appeared more worried that revenue fell shy of estimates. The stock, which recently hit its highest level ever, fell about 2 percent in