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February 5, 2014
11:03 EDTDDD, SYK, VJET, GE, SSYS, JNJ, XONE3D printer makers tumble after profit warning from 3D Systems
Shares of 3D printer makers are sinking after the largest company in the sector in terms of market capitalization, 3D Systems (DDD), pre-announced lower than expected fiscal 2013 profit and gave a disappointing earning outlook for next year. WHAT'S NEW: 3D Systems reduced its fiscal 2013 earnings per share outlook to 83c-87c from 93c-$1.03. Analysts' consensus estimate was 96c. However, the company reported preliminary fiscal 2013 revenue of $513 million-$514 million, within its previous outlook of $500M-$530M. Analysts' consensus estimate was $514.24M. 3D Systems blamed its lower than expected fiscal 2013 EPS on "very significant R&D, manufacturing and marketing investments designed to accelerate revenue growth," along with weaker than expected demand for its parts and consumer products. For fiscal 2014, 3D Systems predicted that its EPS would be 73c-85c, versus analysts' consensus estimate of $1.27. However, the 3D printer maker expects its fiscal 2014 revenue to come in at $680M-$720M, versus the consensus estimate of $671.29M. ANALYST REACTION: In a note to investors earlier today, Jefferies analyst Peter Misek wrote that 3D Systems' opportunity in the professional and industrial markets is "only just beginning." 3D Systems' guidance is "appropriately conservative," wrote Misek, adding that his research suggests that the 3D printer maker is likely to announce deals with at least three major companies in 2014: Stryker (SYK), Johnson & Johnson (JNJ), and GE (GE). Misek kept a Buy rating on the stock. PRICE ACTION: In mid-morning trading, 3D Systems tumbled 22% to $59.25, but the stock was well above its low for the day of $54.63. Likewise, another major 3D printer maker, Stratasys (SSYS), retreated 8% to $108.60, but was well off its low for the day of $102.20. Another company in the space, ExOne (XONE), sank 10% to $40.27, while European 3D printer maker Voxeljet (VJET) gave back 6% to trade near $32.
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The European Commission has extended the deadline on its decision on the deal between General Electric (GE) and Alstom (ALSMY) by 20 working days to August 6, according to a post to the commission's site. Reference Link
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March 16, 2015
19:00 EDTXONEOn The Fly: After Hours Movers
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17:18 EDTXONEExOne sees FY15 revenue $58M-$66M, consensus $61.77M
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17:17 EDTXONEExOne reports Q4 EPS (50c), may not compare to consensus (5c)
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GE announced $100M in new programs that will further the company’s localization efforts, build innovation capacity, and create jobs in advanced manufacturing and software analytics in Saudi Arabia. This new investment adds to GE’s $1B commitment over the past three years in the Kingdom, and aligns the company with the country’s Vision 2024 and Ninth Development Plan to diversify the economy, drive industrialization and manufacturing, and build the next-generation of human capital skill-sets in materials and data science.
07:53 EDTXONEExOne March volatility elevated at 135 into Q4 and outlook
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March 15, 2015
12:41 EDTGEGE sells Australia-New Zealand consumer lending unit to consortium
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05:30 EDTGEGeneral Electric signs contracts with Egypt to deliver 2.6GW of electricity
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