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THIS MORNING'S STOCKS
 WEEK OF 8/7/00-8/11/00

8/11/00

CREDENCE SYSTEMS (CMOS, 39.25)- The maker of semiconductor testing equipment beat estimates by 14 cents as third quarter earnings rose to 89 cents per share, excluding charges, from last year's six cents.  Revenues increased 289%, and 33% sequentially, to $204 million in the quarter.

LEARNING TREE INTERNATIONAL (LTRE, 53.63)- The provider of information technology education programs beat estimates by nine cents as third quarter earnings rose to 54 cents per share from last year's six cents.  Revenues increased 28.3% to $63 million in the quarter.  

REFAC (REF, 3.25)- The consulting firm said second quarter earnings rose to 24 cents per share from last year's 23 cents.  Revenues in the quarter increased to $4.14 million from last year's $3.29 million.

SAFEGUARD SCIENTIFICS (SFE, 24.88)- The technology incubator said its second quarter earnings slumped to two cents per share from last year's 11 cents.  Revenues in the quarter fell 13.6% to $701.75 million.

VIASAT INC (VSAT, 42.43)- The maker of satellite equipment announced a 2 for 1 stock split.

8/10/00

AMES DEPARTMENT STORES (AMES, 5)- The discount retailer missed estimates by 16 cents as its second quarter loss narrowed to 75 cents per share from last year's loss of 78 cents.  Revenues in the quarter inched up 1.4% to $872 million, but same store sales fell 2.5%.  The company's CEO said its results were negatively impacted by "unseasonably cool and wet weather".  The company warned that it sees full year earnings of $1.35-$1.50.  Analysts were looking for the company to earn $2.15 this year.

APPLIED MATERIALS (AMAT, 72.13)- The semiconductor equipment maker beat estimates by two cents as third quarter earnings jumped 125.8% to 70 cents per share.  Revenues in the quarter increased 83%, and 25% sequentially, to $2.73 billion.  The company said new orders increased 116%, and 12% sequentially, to $3.28 billion.  Gross margins in the quarter improved to 50.9% from 50.1% in the second quarter, and 48% last year.

CENTRAL PARKING CORP (CPC, 21)- The operator of parking facilities met expectations as third quarter earnings rose 47.8% to 34 cents per share, excluding gains.  Third quarter revenues slipped 1.3% to $186.4 million.

EMERSON RADIO CORP (MSN, 1.06)- The maker of televisions and video products said first quarter earnings rose to six cents per share from last year's one cent.  Revenues in the quarter increased 88% to $81.8 million.

HARVEY ELECTRONICS (HRVE, 2)- The electronics retailer said third quarter revenues increased 63.6%, and comparable store sales rose 57.5%.

HUNGARIAN TELEPHONE AND CABLE (HTC, 7)- The Hungarian telecom said its second quarter loss narrowed to two cents per share from last year's loss of 55 cents.  Telephone service revenues slipped to $10.7 million from last year's $10.8 million.

KEEBLER FOODS CO (KBL, 43.91)- The food maker beat estimates by three cents as second quarter earnings rose 37% to 37 cents per share.  Revenues increased 4.4% to $613.6 million.

WINN-DIXIE STORES (WIN, 13.81)- The supermarket operator beat estimates by six cents as it fourth quarter earnings slumped to 14 cents per share, excluding charges, from last year's profit of 38 cents.  Revenues in the quarter fell 12.9%, and same store sales declined 3.5%.

8/9/00

ANAREN MICROWAVE (ANEN, 78.88)- The maker of microwave components used in broadband and satellite equipment met expectations as fourth quarter earnings rose 47.4% to 28 cents per share.  Revenues increased 52% to $18.82 million in the quarter.  The shares gained 10.13 in after hours trading on the news.

CRAY INC (CRAY, 5)- The supercomputer maker beat estimates by seven cents as second quarter earnings rose to 10 cents per share from last year's loss of 40 cents.  Revenues in the quarter improved to $51 million from last year's $22,000.

FEDERATED DEPARTMENT STORES (FD, 25)- The retailer beat estimates by four cents as second quarter earnings fell to 30 cents per share from last year's 61 cents.  Second quarter revenues inched up 1.5% to $4.065 billion. Same store sales rose 1.9%. The company attributed the profit slide to consumer credit problems at its Fingerhut unit.

MOLDFLOW CORP (MFLO, 16.50)- The maker of plastic simulation software beat estimates by seven cents as pro forma fourth quarter earnings jumped 400% to 15 cents per share.  Revenues increased 57.5% to $8.8 million in the quarter, with software license sales rising 61.3% to $5.5 million.

TRIKON TECHNOLOGIES (TRKN, 18)- The semiconductor equipment maker beat estimates by nine cents as second quarter earnings rose to 33 cents per share from last year's 15 cents.  Product revenues jumped 137%, and 38% sequentially, to $26 million in the quarter.

TUMBLEWEED INC (TWED, 4)- The restaurant operator said second quarter earnings fell 50% to six cents per share.  Revenues increased 8.5% to $14.4 million, but same store sales fell 5.8%.  The company said it expects full year earnings to fall below last year's levels.

VOICESTREAM WIRELESS (VSTR, 122.25)- The wireless service provider missed estimates by 54 cents as its second quarter loss widened to $2.16 per share from last year's loss of $1.39.  Revenues in the quarter jumped 316% to $453.6 million.  The company said its total customers rose 365% to 2.6 million.  The shares lost 2 in after hours trading on the news.

WAL-MART STORES INC (WMT, 58)- The retailer met expectations as second quarter earnings rose 29% to 36 cents per share.  Revenues in the quarter increased 20% to $46.1 billion, and same store sales rose 5.4%.

8/8/00

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8/7/00

AMBANC HOLDING CO (AHCI, 14.63)- The savings and loan said its second quarter earnings fell 9.1% to 20 cents per share.  The company also raised its quarterly dividend to $0.13 per share from the previous rate of $0.12.

ENDOSONICS CORP (ESON, 7.19)- The maker of cardiovascular products missed estimates by eight cents as it lost 10 cents per share in the second quarter.  Revenues fell 17.4% to $13.1 million.  Separately, the company has agreed to be acquired by JOMED N.V. for $11 per share in a $205 million cash deal.

HALLWOOD ENERGY CORP (HECO, 8.13)- The oil and gas company beat estimates by seven cents as second quarter earnings jumped 117.6% to 37 cents per share.  Revenues in the quarter rose to $19.72 million from last year's $12.07 million.  The company said cash flow per share increased 28.6% to $1.08 per share.

HIBERNIA FOODS PLC (HIBNY)- The food maker said its fiscal year 2000 loss widened to $1.48 per share from fiscal 1999's loss of $1.34.  Full year revenues rose 40% to $109.4 million.

MARITRANS INC (TUG, 5.38)- The operator of petroleum transport ships said its second quarter earnings fell to one cent per share from last year's loss of eight cents.  Revenues in the quarter decreased to $58.7 million from last year's $78.2 million.

PDK LABS INC (PDKL, 4.43)- The maker of over-the-counter vitamins has agreed to be acquired by PDK Acquisition for $5 per share in an all cash deal.

PHILIPS INTERNATIONAL REALTY (PHR, 17.19)- The REIT said its second quarter Funds From Operations rose to 50 cents per share from last year's 47 cents.  Revenues in the quarter increased 36.5% to $12.76 million.

PROGRAMMERS PARADISE (PROG, 3.75)- The software retailer warned that second quarter results will fall short of expectations.  The company now sees revenues falling 14% from last year's levels to $52 million, and expects to post a loss of 22 cents per share.  Analysts were looking for the company to earn 12 cents.  The company attributed the shortfall to continued weakness in Europe.

ROCKSHOX INC (RSHX, 0.75)- The maker of mountain bike suspension systems said its first quarter loss narrowed to 24 cents per share from last year's loss of 36 cents.  Revenues in the quarter increased 28% to $12.2 million.

WELLSFORD REAL PROPERTIES (WRP, 16.25)- The merchant banking firm said its second quarter earnings fell to six cents per share from last year's 23 cents.  Second quarter revenues slumped 30.6% to $5.95 million.

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