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- Net income of $214.2M vs. $198.1M, a year earlier. On an adjusted basis, Rockwell earned $1.64 per share, up 12% compared to $1.47 in the first quarter of fiscal 2014.
- Segment sales: Architecture & Software +1.7%; Control Products & Solutions +3.3%.
- "We are incorporating into our revised outlook a more significant headwind from a stronger U.S. dollar and the anticipated impact of lower oil prices," said CEO Keith Nosbusch.
- As a result, the company cut its fiscal 2015 adjusted earnings forecast to $6.50-$6.80 per share from $6.55-$6.95.
- ROK +1.9% premarket
- FQ1 results
Jul. 30, 2014, 10:00 AM
- Rockwell Automation (ROK -6.7%) shares fell lower after the company reported a FQ3 2% decrease in net income, falling to $199.7M, or $1.43 a share, from $203.7M, or $1.45 a share Y/Y.
- Profit was pulled down by a higher effective tax rate, while revenue growth at its architecture and software segment offset declines at its control-products unit.
- Revenue increased 1.6% to $1.65B.
- Sales rose 2% Y/Y to $1.65B up from $1.62B a year earlier. Organic sales also grew 2%.
- The company narrowed the fiscal 2014 guidance for organic sales growth to 4-6% and for adjusted EPS to $6.10-$6.25. The midpoints of both ranges remain the same.
- FQ3 earnings
Jul. 30, 2014, 9:09 AM
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- Rockwell Automation (ROK +3%) net profit $198.1M vs $161.4M a year earlier.
- Organic sales +7%, as the net effect of acquisitions and currency translation was negligible.
- "Sales in the U.S. were robust and I was pleased to see the Asia Pacific region return to growth," says CEO Keith Nosbusch.
- EMEA sales +10% to $324.4M, Asia-Pacific +5%.
- Raises the low end of its FY guidance and now expects organic sales growth of 3-6% vs a prior forecast of 2-6%, and adjusted EPS of $6.00-6.35 vs $5.95-6.35; consensus is for $6.23.
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Jul. 30, 2013, 1:24 PM
- Shares of Rockwell Automation (ROK +5.2%) are higher on the session after the company's FQ3 profit rises 12% Y/Y, beating estimates.
- Operating margin increases 90 bps for the period on "volume leverage."
- CEO Keith Nosbusch is "very pleased" with organic sales growth of 4% and says "market conditions [should] remain stable through Q4."
- FY13 outlook: Adjusted EPS of $5.50-5.70 on revenue of $6.3B. Consensus is $5.48/ share on $6.4B in sales. (PR)
Apr. 25, 2012, 11:11 AMRockwell Automation (ROK -2.4%) slips after its FQ2 results missed consensus estimates earlier today. In spite of a 6.6% increase in revenue, higher corporate costs weighed heavily on its bottom line. The company also narrowed its FY12 view, pushing EPS estimates nearly out of consensus range. It now expects to earn between $5.10 - $5.40 per share on sales of around $6.25B - $6.45B. | Apr. 25, 2012, 11:11 AM | 1 Comment
Apr. 23, 2012, 2:45 PM
Apr. 23, 2012, 10:45 AMABB (ABB -4.25%) may use acquisitions to "fill blank spots in automation and industrial control technology," although it's not interested in buying Rockwell (ROK -3.3%) despite the speculation that occurs from time to time, ABB CEO Joe Hogan tells Germany's Handelsblatt newspaper. | Apr. 23, 2012, 10:45 AM
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Jan. 25, 2012, 7:14 AM
More on Rockwell Automation's (ROK) FQ1: Segment growth included 6% gain in Architecture & Software and 10% increase in Control Products & Solutions. Return on invested capital was 31.5%. Reaffirms FY12 guidance for EPS of $5.05-$5.45 and projected sales of $6.2B-$6.5B. Shares +1.5% premarket. (PR)| Jan. 25, 2012, 7:14 AM
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Nov. 8, 2011, 9:49 AM
Shares of Rockwell Automation (ROK) soar 8.3% higher on the open after the firm beats Q3 estimates for revenue and profits. The 22% Y/Y jump in sales was assisted by a currency translation that contributed 4 percentage points and new acquisitions another point. The company ups its guidance for 2012 EPS to $5.05-$5.45 on revenue projected to fall between $6.2B-$6.5B.| Nov. 8, 2011, 9:49 AM
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