Analyst Jesse Pichel said the company's results are in line with guidance and street expectations. She said that Jabil consistently executes, which manifests itself in industry-leading growth and financial performance. Despite little growth for most competitors, she sees no slowdown in Jabil's growth momentum and looks for another strong year of about 20% revenue growth and 25% earnings per share growth in fiscal year 2006 (ending August), aided by increased outsourcing, market share gains, and modestly better end-market demand in select markets. She raised her $1.60 fiscal year 2006 earnings per share estimate to $1.62 and her $32 target to $38. She kept her rating at outperform.