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6 Downgraded Dividend Stocks To Watch
[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

Chipotle On Fire: Big Beat On Surging Revenue
[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.

Parker Hannifin earns $313 million in fiscal third quarter, buys British ...
[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

Brinker fiscal 3Q profit rise 12 pct
[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

A look at recent tech-industry earnings
[BusinessWeek] - The results beat Wall Street's expectations. Mobile phone chipmaker Qualcomm Inc. says its quarterly profit more than doubled as strong demand for smartphones boosted its sales; but it expects costs to increase as it makes more chips.

Stocks dropping on mixed news on profits, economy
[BusinessWeek] - Morgan Stanley rose 2.3 percent after it beat Wall Street's earnings and revenue estimates. UnitedHealth Group, eBay and Southwest Airlines also beat forecasts. Stock indexes fell after a regional manufacturing index dropped sharply, and the National

5 Turnaround Plays On The Upswing With Significant Upside
[Seeking Alpha] - All have reported Q1 results that beat Wall Street expectations with the exception of Ford (F) that reports on April 27th. Please review the following summary table follow by a brief review of each company detailing why I see this stocks moving

Big Beat For Bed Bath & Beyond As Sales Growth Continues
[Forbes] - Bed Bath & Beyond beat Wall Street's consensus EPS estimate by a wide margin, earning 15 cents per share more than the $1.33 expected. The beat came on the back of a nice pop in revenues, aided by comparable store sales. Revenues rose 9.1% to $2.73

Higher room rates drive Marriott 1Q earnings
[BusinessWeek] - The results beat Wall Street's expectations and the hotel company issued a confident outlook for the rest of the year. Shares rose nearly 4 percent in after-hours trading after the results were released. "There is tremendous strength in global travel

Danaher 1Q profit jumps 43 pct, narrows guidance
[BusinessWeek] - Danaher beat Wall Street's profit expectations for the first quarter, yet shares slid in premarket trading after the health care conglomerate issued weak guidance. This quarter, Danaher expects earnings of 76 to 81 cents per share, which fell below

NCR says 1Q profit tops estimates, boosts outlook
[BusinessWeek] - NCR Corp. said Monday its preliminary first-quarter results show that adjusted profits widely beat Wall Street expectations as revenue from continuing operations rose, prompting the company to raise its full-year outlook. NCR, which makes ATMs and

Amphenol 1Q profit falls slightly
[BusinessWeek] - Amphenol's first-quarter profit edged down slightly but beat Wall Street predictions and the fiber optic cable company upped its guidance for the year. Amphenol earned $ million, or 77 cents per share, compared with $128 million, or 72 cents per

Cypress Semiconductor loses money in 1st quarter
[BusinessWeek] - Cypress Semiconductor Corp. lost money in its first quarter as operating expenses rose, but the chip maker's adjusted results beat Wall Street's expectations and its stock climbed. Cypress Semiconductor lost $12.4 million, or 8 cents per share

Diamond 1Q profit falls, but beats estimates
[BusinessWeek] - The results beat Wall Street predictions. The company credited its ongoing efforts to control costs and maximize operating efficiency. The company also declared a special quarterly cash dividend of 75 cents and a regular quarterly cash dividend of 12.5

Comerica 1Q profit up 27 pct as credit improves
[BusinessWeek] - The results widely beat Wall Street expectations and Comerica also said its board will consider increasing the company's dividend, by 50 percent to 15 cents, when it meets next week. Shares rose 5 percent in late morning trading.

Stocks drop on mixed news on profits, economy
[BusinessWeek] - Morgan Stanley rose 2.3 percent after it beat Wall Street's earnings and revenue estimates. UnitedHealth Group Inc. rose 2.4 percent after reporting higher profits. EBay, Southwest Airlines and Bank of America also beat forecasts.

How Washington beat Wall Street -
NEW YORK — In 2009, Washington went to war against big Wall Street banks hoping to blow up the kind of high-risk, high-reward strategies that helped spark the...

Cisco Systems Profit and Sales Beat Wall Street Forecasts - Video -...
Cisco Systems (CSCO) beat Wall Street forecasts on both profit and sales. The networking equipment maker delivered gains in quarterly profit ...

Business Insider
(Reuters) - Alcoa Inc reported a stronger-than-expected increase in third-quarter profit on Wednesday as it benefited from higher aluminum prices and a ...

How Jack Bogle’s Long Game Beat Wall Street Every Time
The founder of Vanguard has been right all along about index funds. At 87, he's finally feeling vindicated.

Why Priceline Is Expected To Beat Wall Street On Earnings - Priceline... Inc. (PCLN) is set to report FQ earnings after the market closes on Thursday, February 20th. is a website that allows users to bid ...

Four Reasons You Can't Beat Wall Street But Can Still Profit
Larry Swedroe has been one of my favorite sources on investing over the years. Using solid academic research and his own experience in financial services as...

Why the ASX will beat Wall St in 2018: Macquarie
low rates, and relatively attractive valuation will make Australian shares a better investment in than their more fancied US counterparts. That's the view of Macquarie's head of macro research, Jason Todd, who is admirably ...

How Washington beat Wall Street - POLITICO
The victory came via widespread public outrage at the financial industry after the crisis.

5 Utility Sector Trades to Beat Wall Street - TheStreet
Want to outperform in April? Utility stocks are your best bet....POM

News Corp. Profit, Revenues Beat Wall Street View | Markets Insider
(RTTNews) - News Corp. (NWS, NWSA), the company owned by media baron Rupert Murdoch, Thursday reported that its fourth quarter ...

Bitcoin And Chinese Internet Stocks Beat Wall Street
Bitcoin and Chinese Internet stocks have left Wall Street in the dust, so far, in 2017, making some investors multi-millionaires quickly.

Gap's May Same Store Sales Beat Wall Street Expectations - Video -...
Shares of Gap were gaining after hours following better-than-expected May same store sales of 1%, helped by positive comparable sales in its Banana Republic...

Biogen profit beats Wall Street view on Spinraza sales - Business...
In its third-quarter earnings, Biogen reported higher-than-expected quarterly profit. That was driven by demand for its spinal muscular atrophy drug, Spinraza.

This is How You Beat Wall Street Right Now, Says Best-Selling Author...
A successful Blackjack card counter turned best-selling author joins Kitco News to share his journey from Las Vegas to Wall Street.

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