2013. október 19., szombat

Review of earnings reports on week #42

This was a crowded week for earnings watchers. Results of some company from Blogger's favorites :

Products of B&G Foods (BGS);
BGS price downed on Friday
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  • J.B.Hunt (JBHT): The U.S. transportation company reported Q3 net income of $89.5 million or 75 cents per share, up from $78.2 million, or 65 cents per share a year ago. Analysts expected to see earnings of 78 cents per share. Revenue for the quarter was $1.44 billion, from $1.30 billion last year. Expectation was $1.45 billion. Share lifted 23% YTD. Price target of JBHT decreased by Sanford C. Bernstein from $80.00 to $78.00 today.
  • Packaging Corp of America (PKG): Q3 adj. earnings were a record $89 million or $0.91/share. Q3 net sales were a record $845 million, up 17% from third quarter of 2012 net sales of $723 million. PKG's price nearly doubled in last 12 months. Barclays lifted their price objective on shares of share from $50.00 to $54.00 in a research note issued on Wednesday.
  • Domino's Pizza (DPZ): Q3 adj. earnings of 51 c/share missed analysts expectation by a cent but beat the year-ago quarter's earnings of 43 cents by 18.6%. Revenue increased 6.9% from Q32012 to $404.1 million and beat market's estimation of $403 million by 0.3%. In 2013, the store growth is expected to be moderate.
  • Intel Corp (INTC): Company reported an EPS of $0.58 vs market's estimation of $0.54, beating by 4 cents. Revenue came in at $13.5 billion. Intel CEO Brian Krzanich: "The third quarter came in as expected, with modest growth in a tough environment" "Since August we have introduced more than 40 new products for market segments from the Internet-of-Things to datacenters, with an increasing focus on ultra-mobile devices and 2 in 1 systems." Divident's amount remained $0,225/Q.
  • Joe’s Jeans (JOEZ): Q3 EPS 1 cent, analysts expectation was 2 cents. Last year in the same period company reported 2 cents earnings on each share. On revenue side Joe’s Jeans reported $29.40 million while analysts polled $33.37 million. B. Riley cut their price target on JOEZ from $1.65 to $1.30 on Wednesday. The firm currently has a “neutral” rating on the stock. Analysts at Thomson Reuters/Verus downgraded JOEZ from a “hold” to “sell” on Monday before report released.
  • Johnson & Johnson (JNJ): EPS coming in at $1.36, above estimations of $1.31 and up 8.8% y/y. Revenues increased 3.1% y/y to $17.6 billion. Analysts polled $17.4 billion for Q3. Moreover, the company upped its 2013 EPS guidance to $5.44 – $5.49.
  • Yahoo (YHOO): The company reported a Q3 EPS of 34 cents vs analysts expectation of 33 cents. Revenue wa reported at $1.08 billion vs estimation of $1.09 billion. Sales were down 1% Y/Y. Even though Yahoo has seen its monthly audience climb 20% to more than 800 million, its core business continues to be lackluster. Display ad revenue slumped 7% as the price per ad  fell 7%. Search revenue excl. TAC (fees it pays to partners) gained 3% to $426 million.
  • American Express (AXP): reported Q3 EPS of $1.25 after the close Wednesday, up from $1.09 in the prior year period. The consensus estimate was for EPS of $1.22. AXP price target has been raised to $90 from $85 at Argus. An analysts at Sandler O’Neill upped their price objective on shares of AXP from $78 to $80. The price jumped more than $4 dollars, above $80 on Thursday.
  • Bank of America (BAC): Giant bank made profit again! Net income of $2.5 billion in Q32013, and earnings per share of $0.20 (Q32012 net income was $340 million, or $0.00/share). Revenue fall from Q32012 $22.5 billion to $22.2 billion in the third quarter of this year, blame on lower mortgage banking revenue.
  • Exponent Inc. (EXPO): The company reported 79 cents EPS for 2013Q3, beating the analysts’ estimation of 61 cents by 18 cents. The company had revenue of $70.10 million for the quarter, compared to the consensus estimate of $67.15 million. Analysts predict that Exponent will post $2.51 earnings per share for the current fiscal year. Share price increased.
  • IBM (IBM): Adj. EPS increased to $3.99 a share from $3.62 a share a year ago. Revenue fell 4% to $23.72 billion from $24.75 billion in 2012Q3. Analysts had expected the company to report adj EPS of $3.96 on $24.75 billion in revenue. IBM's software revenue down to $5.8 billion, however analysts expected $6 billion. Share price sharply fell and finished the week on $173,68.
  • PepsiCo (PEP): reported core EPS of $1.24 for the 3rd quarter and organic revenue growth of 3.3 percent for the quarter. Snacks volume rose 3% while beverage volume downed 1%. Price upped and finished the week on $82,92.
  • Mattel (MAT): Mattel reported net income of $422.8 million, or $1.21/share, compared to 2012Q3 net income of $365.9 million, or $1.04/share. For the quarter, net sales were $2.21 billion, up 6%. Shares of MAT are trading higher by nearly 3% today.
  • Xilinx (XLNX): Xilinx reported $0.58 EPS for the quarter, beating the analysts’ consensus estimate of $0.53 by 5 cents. The company had revenue of $598.94 million for the quarter, compared to estimated $588.28 million. In 2012Q3 the company posted $0.46 EPS. Xilinx’s revenue was up 10.1% compared to the same quarter last year. Analysts predict $2.22 earnings per share for the current fiscal year. 
  • B&G Foods (BGS): Net sales for Q32013 increased $27.2 million or 17.6% to $181.4 million from $154.2 million for Q32012. Adj EPS is $0.35, which is 5 cents lower than the Capital IQ Consensus Estimate of $0.40; revenues jumped 17.6% Y/Y to $181.4 million as compared to the $187.45 million consensus. Price slide down on Friday.
  • Dover Corp (DOV): Industrial products manufacturer Dover Corp. (DOV) narrowed its outlook for the full year, citing softer market conditions than it previously forecast. It expects revenue growth of 7% for the full year, which is on the lower end of its previously announced growth expectations of between 7% and 9%.  Q3 EPS is $1.54 — up 16.7% from the year-ago period and beating estimation of $1.50. Revenue of $2.25 billion missed analysts' expectations of $2.31 billion, but it showed a gain of nearly 2% compared with a year earlier.
  • Las Vegas Sands Corp (LVS): Q3 EPS is $0.82, beating the analysts’ consensus estimate of $0.74 by 8 cents. The company had revenue of $3.57 billion for the quarter, compared to the consensus estimate of $3.47 billion. During the same quarter last year, the company posted $0.46 earnings per share. Las Vegas Sands Corp.’s revenue was up 31.7% compared to the same quarter last year. Analysts predict that Las Vegas Sands Corp. will post $2.91 earnings per share for the current fiscal year. The company also announced a quarterly dividend, which is scheduled for Tuesday, December 31st. Shareholders of record on Friday, December 20th will be paid a dividend of $0.35 per share. This represents a $1.40 annualized dividend and a dividend yield of 1.93%. The ex-dividend date is Wednesday, December 18th.
  • Goldman Sachs (GS) reported a fiscal third-quarter profit of $1.43 billion, or $2.88/share, compared with earnings of $1.46 billion, or $2.85/share, in 2012Q3. EPS beat the average analyst estimate of $2.43, according to Reuters. Revenue fell 44 percent to $1.25 billion. Price headed to south on Friday morning.
  • Morgan Stanley (MS) shares rose 2.6 percent to $29.71 after the company reported a 50 percent rise in quarterly revenue as higher income from equities sales and trading offset a drop in its fixed-income business.
  • General Electric (GE) said its third-quarter profit and revenue fell as its finance business shrunk, but Wall Street looked beyond those numbers to GE's improving profit margins and growing order demand. GE shares rose 3.6 percent to $25.56.
  • Google (GOOG): The share soared after the tech giant reported fiscal third-quarter earnings excluding items of $10.74 a share on revenue of $14.89 billion. Shares of Google skyrocketed over 12 percent on Friday to top $1,000 a share for the first time ever.
  • Genuine Parts (GPC): Sales totaling $3.69 billion were up 9% compared to the Q32012. Net income for the quarter was $173.7 million, up slightly from $172.9 million recorded in the same period of the previous year. EPS were $1.12, up 1 percent compared to $1.11 for the third quarter last year. However, the reported earnings missed analysts prediction by 8 cents. Price dropped on Friday morning market.

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