Clean Energy Fuels Corp. (NASDAQ:CLNE) is a $1.07 billion market cap company that trades an average of 2.31 million shares per day. The company was incorporated in 2001 and is headquartered in Seal Beach, California.
Industry: Natural Gas Utilities
Recent Price: $15.20
52 Week High: $17.85
52 Week Low: $11.75
Book Value: $5.90
Time Released: At Close
The number to beat is $-0.09 per share, based on the estimated mean earnings. Analyst estimates range between $-0.12 and $-0.05 per share.
Investors have been somewhat rewarded with an increase of year-over-year revenue. Revenue reported was $211.83 million for 2010 vs. $131.50 million for 2009. The bottom line has rising earnings year-over-year of $-2.52 million for 2010 vs. $-33.25 million for 2009. The company's earnings before income and taxes are rising with an EBIT year-over-year of $-5.52 million for 2010 vs. $-33.29 million for 2009.
It is a very nice looking bar chart for investors looking for growth. If the company beats and actually goes postive with earnings, look out-- the stock could really fly.
Gross revenue is growing at an annual rate of 61.09%.
Gross reported revenue compared to the mean estimate (rounded).
|Fiscal Quarter Ending Month-Year||Revenue Estimates||Actual||$ Difference||Difference %|
|Mar-11||$ 65.83M||$ 65.34M||$ -0.49M||-0.74%|
|Dec-10||$ 69.16M||$ 83.16M||$ 14.00M||20.24%|
|Sep-10||$ 50.82M||$ 45.65M||$ -5.17M||-10.17%|
|Jun-10||$ 40.73M||$ 44.03M||$ 3.30M||8.1%|
|Mar-10||$ 43.82M||$ 38.99M||$ -4.83M||-11.02%|
M = millions, B = billions
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