What Analysts Expect of Flowserve in 2016
For 2016, analysts expect Flowserve (FLS) to report revenues of ~$3.9 billion, which would be ~14% lower than its $4.5 billion in 2015.
Why Do Analysts Expect Flowserve’s EPS to Fall in 1Q16?
Flowserve’s (FLS) 1Q16 EPS estimate is $0.42. That’s 27% lower than its 1Q15 EPS of $0.58. The first quarter is usually subdued for FLS, so analysts’ estimates are usually lower.
RPM International: Analysts’ Recommendations and Target Prices
Analysts appear to be optimistically cautious on RPM International. Analysts’ consensus for RPM International indicates a 12-month target at $56.80.
Why Flowserve Reduced Its Earnings Guidance after 2Q16
For 2016, analysts expect Flowserve (FLS) to report revenue of ~$4.0 billion, ~10% lower than its 2015 revenue of $4.5 billion.
A Glance at Flowserve’s Primary Working Capital after 2Q16
In the current volatile global scenario, Flowserve’s (FLS) 2Q16 revenue and net profit have risen by 11% and 28%, respectively, year-over-year.
Understanding Flowserve’s Operations
Flowserve’s operating segments have a lot of common customers. This helps the company to offer combined products and technologies.
Why Do Customers Buy Flowserve’s Products?
After 4Q15, FLS reported that it controlled a market share of 4% of the $130-billion pump, valve, and seal market in 2015.
How Has Flowserve Stock Fared ahead of Its 1Q16 Earnings?
Flowserve (FLS) stock has been on a downward trend since March 2015. On a yearly basis, FLS has corrected approximately 20% to date.