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A Look at the Earnings and Revenue Drivers for AES
What drove the EPS growth for AES? AES Corporation’s (AES) cost of sales dropped 1.0% in 2016 before rising 4.0% in 9M17. As a result, its gross profit fell 15.0% in 2016 before expanding 11.0% in 9M17. AES Corporation’s general and administrative expenses decreased 1.0% in 2016 and rose 15.0% in 9M17. This led to […]
Here’s What Influenced the Outlook for Southwest Airlines
Southwest Airlines’ (LUV) operating revenue grew 3% and 4% in 2016 and 9M17, respectively.
These Factors Are Contributing to Gilead Sciences’ Weak Outlook
Gilead Sciences’ (GILD) revenue fell 7% and 13% in 2016 and 9M17, respectively. The fall was due to lower product sales. Both antiviral products and other products recorded declines in both the periods.
What’s the Outlook for Tyson?
Tyson Foods’ (TSN) sales dropped 11% in 2016 before gaining 4% in 2017.
AbbVie’s Rova-T: Can Label Expansion Make It a Blockbuster Drug?
Besides the third line plus SCLC (small cell lung cancer) indication, AbbVie (ABBV) is also focused on expanding Rova-T’s label in the second line SCLC segment by 2020.
Why Is LLL’s Dividend Yield Slipping despite Dividend Growth?
L3 Technologies (LLL) is a principal provider of communication and electronic systems for military, security, and commercial platforms.
A Look at Nike’s Dividend Yield Curve
Nike’s (NKE) operating income rose 5.0% in 2017 compared to 8.0% in 2016 due to higher expenses and lower gross margins.
Decoding Helmerich & Payne’s Dividend Yield
What’s driving Helmerich & Payne’s high yield? Contract oil and gas well driller Helmerich & Payne (HP) recorded a sharp drop in its 2016 operating revenue due to declines in its US drilling, offshore, and international segments. Its revenue fell 19% in 2015, compared with 51% in 2016. Its operating income, as a result, ended […]
Emersion Electric’s Dividend Woes
Emersion Electric’s (EMR) 2016 net sales fell 11.0% due to a fall in every segment.
IBM’s Dividend Growth Curve
For IBM (IBM), 1Q17 marked the 22nd year of annual dividend growth despite being the 20th successive quarter with no revenue growth.