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THIS MORNING'S STOCKS
 WEEK OF 3/26/01-3/30/01

3/30/01

ARAMEX INTERNATIONAL (ARMX, 11.38)- The provider of package delivery and freight forwarding services missed estimates by a penny as its full year earnings rose 15% to $1.00 per share.  Full year revenues increased 12% to $106.5 million.

BLUE MARTINI SOFTWARE INC (BLUE, 2.56)- The maker of e-CRM software warned that its first quarter results will fall short of expectations.  The company now sees revenues of $19-$21 million and expects to post a loss of ($0.22)-($0.25) per share.  Analysts were looking for a loss of nine cents and revenues of $28 million.  The company also said it will cut 80 jobs, or 14% of its workforce.

C-COR.NET CORP (CCBL, 8)- The maker of broadband products warned that its third and fourth quarter results will fall short of expectations due to continued economic weakness and telecom industry capital spending cuts.  The company now sees losses of ($0.14)-($0.16) in both the third and fourth quarters.  Analysts were looking for a third quarter loss of a penny and a fourth quarter profit of three cents.

GADZOOX NETWORKS (ZOOX, 1.56)- The maker of networking products warned that its fourth quarter revenues will fall short of expectations due to continued economic weakness.  The company now sees revenues of $6-$6.5 million, compared to previous forecasts of $9 million.  The company also said it will reduce its workforce by 10% in a cost cutting move.

RYDER SYSTEM INC (R, 18.60)- The provider of logistics and vehicle leasing services warned that its first quarter earnings will fall short of expectations.  The company now sees earnings of $0.13-$0.17 per share, compared to analysts' estimates of 20 cents.  The company attributed the lowered forecast to weak economic conditions in the U.S., Brazil, and Argentina.

SMTC CORPORATION (SMTX, 5)- The provider of outsourced electronics manufacturing services warned that its first quarter results will fall short of expectations.  The company now sees revenues of $200 million and expects to post a loss of ($0.08)-($0.10) per share.  Analysts were looking for a profit of seven cents.

3/29/01

AH BELO CORP (BLC, 17.69)- The newspaper publisher and TV broadcaster warned that its quarter results will fall short of expectations due to continued economic weakness.  The company now sees earnings near breakeven, compared to analysts' estimates of a profit of five cents.  The company said its broadcast revenues fell 8.2% in February, and publishing revenues declined 4.3%.

CRONOS GROUP (CRNS, 4)- The container fleet operator said its full year 2000 earnings rose to 57 cents per share from last year's 21 cents.  Full year revenues increased 4.1% to $137.6 million.

FINISH LINE INC (FINL, 6.31)- The athletic apparel retailer beat estimates by three cents as its fourth quarter earnings rose 23.1% to 32 cents per share, excluding charges.  Revenues in the quarter increased 15% to $192 million.

TECH DATA CORP (TECD, 26.31)- The computer products distributor beat estimates by six cents as its fourth quarter earnings rose 37.3% to 92 cents per share.  Revenues in the quarter increased 11.2% to $5.3 billion.  The company warned that it sees first quarter revenues of $4.6-$4.8 billion, and earnings of $0.45-$0.53 per share.  Analysts were looking for the company to earn 74 cents.

WD-40 CO (WDFC, 22.39)- The maker of multi-purpose lubricants missed estimates by five cents as its second quarter earnings fell to 35 cents per share from last year's 43 cents.  Revenues in the quarter declined 3.1% to $41.3 million.

3/28/01

FISERV INC (FISV, 48.88)- The company will join the S&P 500 Index after the close of trading on Friday.

LUCENT TECHNOLOGIES (LU, 11.70)- The telecom equipment maker lowered the expected offering price for its Agere Systems spinoff to $6-$7 per share from the original $15-$20.  The IPO is now expected to raise $3.9 billion, compared to previous estimates of $6.5 billion.

SCHNITZER STEEL INDUSTRIES (SCHN, 13)- The maker of finished steel products reported flat second quarter earnings of 22 cents per share.  Revenues in the quarter rose to $78.5 million from last year's $75.8 million.

THE SPORTS AUTHORITY (TSA, 3.15)- The sporting goods retailer beat estimates by a penny as its fourth quarter earnings rose to 38 cents per share from last year's loss of six cents.  Revenues in the quarter slipped 0.8% to $420.3 million, and same store sales were flat.

3/27/01

AVTEAM INC (AVTM, 1)- The maker of aftermarket engines and aircraft components filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

CONCORD EFS INC (CEFT, 44.75)- The provider of electronic transaction processing services will join the S&P 500 Index after Friday's close.  The shares rose 2 in after hours trading on the news.

KOMAG INC (KMAG, 0.66)- The maker of thin-film disks warned that it will report a wider than expected first quarter loss of $0.40-$0.44 per share.  Analysts were looking for the company to lose 21 cents.

MDU RESOURCES (MDU, 31.85)- The natural gas company will join the S&P MidCap 400 Index after today's close.

OXFORD INDUSTRIES (OXM, 18.60)- The apparel maker said its third quarter earnings fell 11.7% to 53 cents per share.  Revenues in the quarter rose 5.3% to $197.4 million.  The apparel maker warned that it sees fourth quarter revenues falling 10%-15% from last year's levels.

VITESSE SEMICONDUCTOR (VTSS, 33.31)- The chipmaker warned that its second quarter earnings will fall short of expectations due to slower demand and order cancellations.  The company revised its revenue forecast down to $120-$125 million from its previous guidance of $150-$160 million, and said it sees earnings of $0.10-$0.11 per share.  Analysts were looking for the company to earn 21 cents.  The shares fell 1.68 in after hours trading on the news.

3/26/01

CASCADE CORP (CAE, 12.66)- The maker of lift truck attachments said its fourth quarter loss narrowed to 11 cents per share from last year's loss of 44 cents.  Revenues in the quarter slipped 0.7% to $76.6 million, but gross margins rose to 34.6% from last year's 33.1%.

CSFBDIRECT INC (DIR, 2.50)- The online broker's parent company Credit Suisse First Boston (USA) Inc. will buy the remaining 18% of the company's publicly traded shares for $4 per share in cash.

STEELCASE INC (SCS, 12.80)- The maker of office furniture missed estimates by a penny as its fourth quarter earnings fell to 27 cents per share from last year's 33 cents.  Revenues in the quarter rose 2.5% to $942.4 million.  The company warned that its fiscal 2002 results will be impacted by the current economic slowdown.  The company sees revenues declining 5%, and expects full year earnings of $1.00-$1.15 per share.  Analysts were looking for the company to earn $1.44

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