Bloomberg News

U.S. Companies Reporting Higher Quarterly EPS, July 20

July 20, 2012

The following U.S. companies reported higher earnings per share for their latest quarter (end date of the quarter is noted in the last column).

Earnings estimates provided by Bloomberg.


TICKER                                             EST
SYM     COMPANY               Q12    Q11   % CHG    Q12   % CHG   Q/E
========================================================================
FMFC    FIRST M&F CORP       0.14   0.08    75.0   0.09    55.6   Jun
CYT     CYTEC INDS           1.55   0.92    68.5   1.53     1.3   Jun
STI*    SUNTRUST BANKS       0.50   0.33    51.5   0.44    13.6   Jun
BKYF    BANK KENTUCKY        0.59   0.47    25.5   0.65    -9.2   Jun
SLB*    SCHLUMBERGER LTD     1.05   0.87    20.7   1.00     5.0   Jun
GOOG*   GOOGLE INC-CL A     10.12   8.74    15.8  10.16    -0.4   Jun
GE*     GENERAL ELECTRIC     0.38   0.34    11.8   0.37     2.7   Jun
UBNK    UNITED FINANCIAL     0.20   0.18    11.1   0.18    11.1   Jun
IDXX    IDEXX LABS           0.91   0.83     9.6   0.90     1.1   Jun
TICKER                                             EST
SYM     COMPANY               Q12    Q11   % CHG    Q12   % CHG   Q/E
========================================================================
BHI*    BAKER HUGHES INC     1.00   0.93     7.5   0.77    29.9   Jun
SXT     SENSIENT TECHNOL     0.72   0.67     7.5   0.71     1.4   Jun
AEP*    AMERICAN ELECTRI     0.77   0.73     5.5   0.72     6.9   Jun

Number of companies reporting higher earnings today:           12
Total number of companies reporting earnings today:            20

* - Company in Standard & Poor’s 500 Index.
# - Company reported in the late afternoon.

To contact the reporter on this story: Wendy Soong in New York at at csoong@Bloomberg.net.

To contact the editor responsible for this story: Alex Tanzi at at atanzi@Bloomberg.net


Hollywood Goes YouTube
LIMITED-TIME OFFER SUBSCRIBE NOW

(enter your email)
(enter up to 5 email addresses, separated by commas)

Max 250 characters

 
blog comments powered by Disqus