Central Garden & Pet Co., a marketer and producer of pet food and other products, reported revenue of US$413.41 million for their their earnings results for fiscal year 2016 and Q4, reported Trade Calls. The results came in during after-hours trading on December 1.
Earlier, company analysts had estimated a revenue of US$416.65M, which means the reported revenues were US$-3.24 million below the estimates.
Earnings per share (EPS) were reported at US$0.13, which was above estimates by US$0.08 or 160 percent. Analysts had estimated an EPS of US$0.05.
Following the announcement, Central Garden & Pet Co. shares advanced 10.94 percent. The stock price ended at US$31.485, which was near the day’s high of US$31.75.
Central Garden & Pet markets and produces pet food, treats, animal health items and other pet products, along with lawn and garden supplies.
Third quarter net sales for the Central Garden & Pet Co. pet segment increased by 20.6 percent to US$287.2 million, from the same period a year ago. In comparison, overall sales of all segments only increased 12 percent to US$514.5 million compared to US$459.4 million in the third quarter a year ago.
Central Garden & Pet Co(NASDAQ:CENT) announced the earnings results for Fiscal Year 2016 and Q4. The results came in during After-hours on Dec 1, 2016. Company reported revenue of $413.41M. Analysts estimated a revenue of $416.65M. The revenues were $-3.24M or NaN% below the estimates. Earnings per share were $0.13.
Tim Wall covers the dog, cat and other pet food industries as senior reporter for WATT Global Media. He hold a master's degree in journalism from the University of Missouri - Columbia and a bachelor's degree in biology. Wall served in the Peace Corps in Honduras from 2005 to 2007. His work has appeared in Scientific American, Discovery News, Honduras Weekly and other outlets. Contact Wall via https://www.wattglobalmedia.com/contact-us/
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