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Henry Schein Earnings, Revenue Beat in Q2

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(C) Reuters. Henry Schein Earnings, Revenue Beat in Q2

Investing.com – Henry Schein (NASDAQ:HSIC) reported on Tuesday second quarter earnings that beat analysts’ forecasts and revenue that topped expectations.

Henry Schein announced earnings per share of $0.00 on revenue of $1.68B. Analysts polled by Investing.com anticipated EPS of $-0.14 on revenue of $1.39B.

Henry Schein shares are up 6% from the beginning of the year , still down 4.18% from its 52 week high of $73.99 set on February 19. They are under-performing the Nasdaq which is up 21.51% from the start of the year.

Henry Schein’s report follows an earnings beat by J&J on July 16, who reported EPS of $1.67 on revenue of $18.34B, compared to forecasts EPS of $1.49 on revenue of $17.61B.

Roche Holding ADR had beat expectations on July 23 with second quarter EPS of $1.45 on revenue of $15.27B, compared to forecast for EPS of $1.42 on revenue of $15.43B.

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Henry Schein Earnings, Revenue Beat in Q2

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