Toys producer Hasbro reported Q2 revenues that beat experts’ expectations on Tuesday. It’s also reported that earning topped analysts’ forecasts. The company’s leaders said earning per share was $0,78 while revenues reached $984,5 millions. Analysts’ forecast was at the level of $0,5 on the total revenues of $957,92 millions. Compared to the the same period a year before all figures were much less. EPS was $0,48 and revenue was $904,46. Analysts report almost all of the companies in the field improved their profit figures. Nike raised its EPS and revenue better than expected. Stanley Black Decker beat experts’ expectations too.
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