Electronics manufacturing services provider Sanmina (NASDAQ: SANM) will announce fiscal first-quarter (ended in December) results on Wednesday, January 16th. Analysts are expecting share earnings of $0.34, versus the prior-year tally of $0.28. Formerly Sanmina-SCI, the company’s stock has had a resurgence over the past six months.
A challenging revenue environment
December-period revenue was likely between $1.5 billion and $1.55 billion, compared with the December more »
Jabil Circuit (NYSE: JBL), is a provider of electronic manufacturing services and solutions, providing manufacturing and designing aids to company’s worldwide. It provides integrated design and manufacturing services to firms ranging from the automotive industries and consumer goods to medical networking, defense and aerospace engineering. The services provided, are selection and procurement of components, implementation, testing and systems assembly and automation.
Founded in 1966, with its headquarters located in more »
Jabil Circuit (NYSE: JBL) reported fiscal first-quarter earnings of $106 million, or 51 cents per share, on revenue of $4.6 billion, on December 19. Being an electronic products solutions company providing comprehensive electronics design and product management services to electronics and technology companies worldwide; Jabil helps bring electronics products to the market faster and more cost effectively.
Earnings of the Company were down by 6.3 % from more »
With a background of global growth slowing and worries over emerging markets, investors could be excused for bracing themselves for the latest results from IT focused contract manufacturer Jabil Circuit Inc (NYSE: JBL) and they certainly didn’t fail to disappoint. Margins are under pressure and end markets are weakening, it’s a tough environment out there. Whether this is already priced into the stock or not is anybody’s more »
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Thirty years ago, Croatian immigrant, Jure Sola, teamed up with Serbian serial entrepreneur, Milan Mandaric – a man already famous at the time as one of the earliest Silicon Valley pioneers. They launched a company that has become a regular fixture on the Fortune 500, Sanmina-SCI (NASDAQ: SANM). Beginning with manufacturing printed circuit boards, Sanmina drove the industry into more sophisticated more »