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THIS MORNING'S STOCKS
 WEEK OF 4/30/01-5/04/01

5/04/01

IVILLAGE INC (IVIL, 1.23)- The Internet community web site operator missed estimates by four cents as its first quarter loss narrowed to 38 cents per share from last year's loss of 75 cents.  Revenues in the quarter slid to $12.6 million from last year's $18.1 million. Analysts were looking for revenues of $20 million. The company's cash and short term investments position fell to $49.8 million from $66.5 million on December 31st.

JOHN HANCOCK FINANCIAL (JHF, 36.80)- The financial services company beat estimates by a penny as its first quarter earnings fell to 61 cents per share from last year's 65 cents.  Revenues in the quarter rose 6.5% to $1.96 billion.

PROXICOM INC (PXCM, 5.66)- The Internet consulting company missed estimates by a penny as it reported a first quarter loss of 13 cents per share, compared to last year's profit of four cents.  Revenues in the quarter increased 2.4% to $39.1 million.  The company attributed the loss to weak IT spending.

RADIOSHACK CORP (RSH, 30.41)- The electronics retailer said April same store sales fell 2%.  April total retail sales slipped 4% to $313.4 million.

RAZORFISH INC (RAZF, 1.22)- The provider of Internet consulting services beat lowered expectations by a penny as it reported a first quarter loss of seven cents per share, compared to last year's profit of seven cents.  Revenues in the quarter fell 33.5%, and 14.8% sequentially, to $42.7 million.  Analysts were looking for revenues of $52 million. The company's cash and short term investments position fell to $30.3 million from $51.5 million on December 31st.

SAPPI LTD (SPP, 9.36)- The South African paper maker beat estimates by two cents as it reported flat second quarter earnings of 32 cents per share.  Revenues in the quarter declined 7% to $1.1 billion.  The company warned that second half earnings are likely to be low the first half's 66 cents.  Analysts were looking for full year earnings of $1.32.

SELECTIVE INSURANCE GROUP (SIGI, 25.76)- The property/casualty insurer beat estimates by a penny as its first quarter earnings fell 20% to 32 cents per share.  Net premiums written increased 13% to $240 million.

US INDUSTRIES INC (USI, 4.31)- The maker of consumer-orientated building products beat estimates by two cents as its second quarter earnings fell to 14 cents per share from last year's 32 cents.  Revenues in the quarter fell to $617 million from last year's $688 million.  The company said it sees full year earnings of $0.85-$0.95 per share, above analysts' estimates of $0.83.

5/03/01

IVILLAGE INC (IVIL, 1.23)- The Internet community web site operator missed estimates by four cents as its first quarter loss narrowed to 38 cents per share from last year's loss of 75 cents.  Revenues in the quarter slid to $12.6 million from last year's $18.1 million. Analysts were looking for revenues of $20 million. The company's cash and short term investments position fell to $49.8 million from $66.5 million on December 31st.

JOHN HANCOCK FINANCIAL (JHF, 36.80)- The financial services company beat estimates by a penny as its first quarter earnings fell to 61 cents per share from last year's 65 cents.  Revenues in the quarter rose 6.5% to $1.96 billion.

PROXICOM INC (PXCM, 5.66)- The Internet consulting company missed estimates by a penny as it reported a first quarter loss of 13 cents per share, compared to last year's profit of four cents.  Revenues in the quarter increased 2.4% to $39.1 million.  The company attributed the loss to weak IT spending.

RADIOSHACK CORP (RSH, 30.41)- The electronics retailer said April same store sales fell 2%.  April total retail sales slipped 4% to $313.4 million.

RAZORFISH INC (RAZF, 1.22)- The provider of Internet consulting services beat lowered expectations by a penny as it reported a first quarter loss of seven cents per share, compared to last year's profit of seven cents.  Revenues in the quarter fell 33.5%, and 14.8% sequentially, to $42.7 million.  Analysts were looking for revenues of $52 million. The company's cash and short term investments position fell to $30.3 million from $51.5 million on December 31st.

SAPPI LTD (SPP, 9.36)- The South African paper maker beat estimates by two cents as it reported flat second quarter earnings of 32 cents per share.  Revenues in the quarter declined 7% to $1.1 billion.  The company warned that second half earnings are likely to be low the first half's 66 cents.  Analysts were looking for full year earnings of $1.32.

SELECTIVE INSURANCE GROUP (SIGI, 25.76)- The property/casualty insurer beat estimates by a penny as its first quarter earnings fell 20% to 32 cents per share.  Net premiums written increased 13% to $240 million.

US INDUSTRIES INC (USI, 4.31)- The maker of consumer-orientated building products beat estimates by two cents as its second quarter earnings fell to 14 cents per share from last year's 32 cents.  Revenues in the quarter fell to $617 million from last year's $688 million.  The company said it sees full year earnings of $0.85-$0.95 per share, above analysts' estimates of $0.83.

5/02/01

ALPHA INDUSTRIES (AHAA, 24.79)- The maker of broadband components beat estimates by three cents as its fourth quarter earnings fell to eight cents per share from last year's 11 cents.  Revenues in the quarter declined 7%, and 31% sequentially, to $54 million, below analysts' estimates of $64 million.  The company attributed the poor showing to "excess inventory and market softness".  The company warned that its first quarter results will fall short of expectations.  The company now sees revenues of $32-$35 million, and expects to post a loss of ($0.08)-($0.10).  Analysts were looking for first quarter earnings of five cents and revenues of $51 million.  The shares fell 2.02 in after hours trading on the news.

CNET INC (CNET, 12.73)- The new media company missed estimates by three cents as it reported a first quarter loss of 13 cents per share, compared to last year's profit of two cents.  First quarter revenues declined to $75.2 million from last year's $92.8 million. Analysts were looking for first quarter revenues of $87 million. The company warned that it expects second quarter revenue of $70-$75 million, below analysts' estimates of $96 million.

CVS CORP (CVS, 59.69)- The drugstore operator met expectations as its first quarter earnings rose 15.9% to 54 cents per share.  Revenues in the quarter increased 13.6% to $5.4 million, and same store sales rose 11.3%.

HEADHUNTER.NET INC (HHNT, 4.57)- The online job recruiting site missed estimates by a penny as its first quarter loss narrowed to 16 cents per share from last year's 44 cents.  Revenues in the quarter jumped 166% to $17 million, above analysts' estimates of $16 million.

J JILL GROUP INC (JILL, 15.50)- The women's apparel retailer beat estimates by a penny as its first quarter earnings rose to seven cents from last year's five cents.  Revenues in the quarter rose 30.3% to $63.3 million.

KPMG CONSULTING INC (KCIN, 16.12)- The consulting company beat estimates by nine cents as its third quarter earnings rose to 34 cents per share from the second quarter's seven cents.  Revenues in the quarter increased 19%, and 7% sequentially, to $751 million.  The shares rose 1.28 in after hours trading on the news.

PRICELINE.COM (PCLN, 6.59)- The Internet travel service beat estimates by two cents as its first quarter loss narrowed to three cents per share from last year's loss of four cents.  Revenues in the quarter fell to $269.7 million from last year's $313.8 million.  The company said it sees second quarter earnings of $0.02-$0.03 per share, compared to analysts' estimates of breakeven.  The shares are up 0.70 in pre-open trading on the news.

REGISTER.COM (RCOM, 7.58)- The Internet domain name registrar beat estimates by 10 cents as it reported a first quarter profit of four cents, compared to last year's loss of four cents.  Revenues in the quarter jumped 148% to $30.66 million, below analysts' estimates of $33 million.  The shares rose 1.12 in after hours trading on the news.

SPSS INC (SPSS, 13.75)- The software maker met lowered expectations as its first quarter earnings tumbled to three cents per hare from last year's 20 cents.  Revenues in the quarter declined 8.3% to $44.1 million.  The company warned that second quarter and full year results will fall short of expectations.  The company now sees second quarter earnings of $0.05-$0.10 per share, compared to analysts' estimates of 30 cents, and expects to report full year earnings of $1.05-$1.15, compared to analysts' estimates of $1.42.  The company sees full year revenues of $210-$215 million, compared to analysts' estimates of $239 million.

VIANT CORP (VIAN, 2.53)- The Internet consultant beat estimates by nine cents as its first quarter loss widened to 25 cents per share from last year's loss of 10 cents.  Revenues in the quarter slid to $14.3 million from last year's $30.6 million.  Analysts were looking for revenues of $35 million.

5/01/01

ACE LIMITED (ACE, 35.70)- The insurer missed estimates by a penny as its first quarter earnings rose 12.1% to 65 cents per share.  Gross premiums written rose 28% to $2.6 billion in the quarter.

CHECKPOINT SYSTEMS (CKP, 9.35)- The maker of barcode labeling systems beat estimates by two cents as it reported first quarter earnings of fifteen cents per share, compared to last year's loss of two cents.  Revenues in the quarter were essentially flat at $163.7 million.

EMERSON ELECTRIC CO (EMR, 66.65)- The maker of electrical products met expectations as its first quarter earnings rose 1% to 83 cents per share.  Revenues in the quarter increased 5% to $4.1 billion.

GILDAN ACTIVEWEAR (GIL, 16.60)- The apparel maker beat estimates by a penny as its second quarter earnings rose 31.3% to 42 cents per share. Revenues in the quarter increased 26.4% to $101.7 million.  The company warned that it sees full year earnings of $1.47-$1.53 per share, compared to analysts' estimates of $1.69.  The company attributed the lowered forecast to bad weather and slowing economic activity.

IRON MOUNTAIN INC (IRM, 36.15)- The provider of information management services beat estimates by nine cents as it reported first quarter earnings of six cents per share, compared to last year's loss of 11 cents.  Revenues in the quarter increased 34% to $284 million.  The company said it sees second quarter revenues of $288-$295 million, and EBITDA of $75-$78 million.

JB OXFORD HOLDINGS INC (JBOH, 1.78)- The discount broker reported a first quarter loss of six cents per share, compared to last year's profit of 19 cents.  Revenues in the quarter tumbled to $13.27 million from last year's $34.49 million.  The company said it cut its workforce by 15% during the quarter.

NAVIGANT INTERNATIONAL (FLYR, 11.50)- The provider of corporate travel management services beat estimates by four cents as its first quarter earnings rose 62.5% to 39 cents per share.  Revenues in the quarter increased 13.1% to $82.9 million.

PROCTER & GAMBLE CO (PG, 60.05)- The consumer products company beat estimates by two cents as its third quarter earnings rose 11% to 71 cents per share.  Revenues in the quarter were flat at $9.5 billion, compared to analysts' estimates of $10.2 billion.  The company said it expects to meet analysts' fourth quarter estimates.

WISCONSIN ENERGY CORP (WEC, 22.00)- The utility beat estimates by eight cents as its first quarter earnings rose 35.4% to 65 cents per share.  Revenues in the quarter increased 115.8% to $1.355 billion.

4/30/01

BECKMAN COULTER INC (BEC, 37.97)- The maker of life science instrument systems met expectations as its first quarter earnings rose 5.7% to 37 cents per share.  Revenues in the quarter slipped 0.4% to $432.7 million.

DYNEX CAPITAL INC (DX, 1.23)- The financial services company reported first quarter earnings of 54 cents per share, before gains, compared to last year's loss of $1.22 per share.

ENTERPRISE PRODUCTS PARTNERS (EPD, 37.45)- The provider of services to the natural gas industry beat estimates by 12 cents as its first quarter earnings fell to 61 cents per share from last year's 85 cents.  Revenues in the quarter rose 11% to $838.3 million.

HISPANIC BROADCASTING CORP (HSP, 22.29)- The Spanish-language broadcaster missed estimates by a penny as its first quarter earnings fell to three cents per share from last year's five cents.  First quarter revenues rose 2.7% to $47.8 million, below analysts' estimates of $48 million. Broadcast cash flow declined 7.8% to $15.6 million.  The company attributed the lower results to weak radio advertising spending.

METROMEDIA FIBER NETWORK (MFNX, 4.75)- The optical network operator beat estimates by five cents as its first quarter loss widened to 26 cents per share from last year's loss of 16 cents.  Revenues in the quarter jumped 141% to $77 million, and gross margins rose to 15% from last year's 9%.  The company said it sees full year revenues of $475 million, in line with analysts' estimates, and capital expenditures of $1 billion.

THOMAS & BETTS CORP (TNB, 19.19)- The maker of electrical connectors and components beat estimates by 19 cents as it reported a first quarter loss of nine cents per share, compared to last year's profit of 15 cents.  Revenues in the quarter slid 16.5% to $396.9 million.  Gross margins fell to 24.6% from last year's 25.1%.

TRAMMELL CROW CO (TCC, 11.26)- The commercial real estate services company warned that it expects its first and second quarter earnings to fall short of expectations due to weak leasing activity.  The company now sees breakeven first quarter earnings and second quarter earnings of $0.07-$0.08 per share.  Analysts were looking for the company to earn four cents in the first quarter and 32 cents in the second.

TRUMP HOTELS & CASINO RESORTS (DJT, 2.02)- The casino operator said its first quarter loss narrowed to 77 cents per share from last year's loss of 84 cents.  Revenues in the quarter slipped 3.7% to $129.7 million.

UNISOURCE ENERGY CORP (UNS, 21.54)- The utility beat estimates by three cents as its first quarter earnings rose to 58 cents per share from last year's one cent.  Revenues in the quarter jumped 35.9% to $241.2 million.  The company said it sees full year earnings of "at least $2.50 per share", compared to analysts' estimates of $2.01.

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