Improved end-market demand, bullish outlook for 2017 and core focus perhaps boosted investors' confidence and catapulted Amphenol's (APH) shares to a new 52-week high.
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Arrow Electronics's (ARW) Q3 results benefits from acquisitions synergies and diversify and broaden product portfolio.
Arrow Electronics (ARW) is seeing favorable earnings estimate revision activity as of late, which is generally a precursor to an earnings beat.
High costs are likely to limit Motorola Solutions' (MSI) earnings growth in the third quarter of 2017. Impressive product sales are, however, likely to boost the top line.
Strong Electronic Component segment's performance across EMEA and Asia regions as well as Premier Farnell's acquisition drove Avnet's (AVT) Q1 results.
We expect Harris' (HRS) Communication Systems unit to perform well in the to-be-reported quarter on the back of increased sales of legacy international tactical radios. Operational efficiencies should also aid results.
Double-digit rise in sales across Asia-Pacific and strength in Gaming and Video Collaboration businesses drives Logitech's (LOGI) second-quarter fiscal 2018 results.
Nokia's (NOK) Q3 earnings might be hurt by lower revenues from the Networks unit. However, the Comptel buyout and dispute settlement with Apple are likely to drive results in the quarter.
Arrow Electronics' (ARW) core strength in providing best-in-class services and easy-to-acquire technologies.
Cypress Semiconductor (CY) has performed extremely well so far this year and has the potential to carry on the momentum in the near term.
Companies like Cypress Semiconductor (CY), Fitbit, Inc. (FIT) and Texas Instruments Inc. (TXN) are likely to gain from the growing IoT market.
Cypress Semiconductor (CY) posted better-than-expected second-quarter earnings driven by growth in automotive, IoT wireless connectivity and USB-C solutions.
Harris' (HRS) Q4 results might be hurt by higher costs. Weakness in international markets might lead to lower-than-expected sales of tactical radio products.
Amkor Technology (AMKR) is well positioned in growing markets like industrial and auto and communication.
Fiserv's (FISV) Q2 results are most likely to benefit from its diversifying product portfolio and expanding clientele.
Driven by solid demand across most markets along with healthy organic and inorganic growth, Amphenol Corporation (APH) comfortably beats on second-quarter earnings.
Resolution of patent-related dispute with Apple might raise hopes for Nokia's (NOK) Q2 results. But the same could be partially offset by a below-par performance of the Nokia Networks unit.