July-quarter earnings report

September 2004
Dow Theory Forecasts;9/6/2004, Vol. 60 Issue 36, p2
This article presents first quarter earning report of some companies. Dollar Tree Stores earned $0.26 per share, up 4%. Sales rose more than 12%, with same-store sales down 0.2%. The company expects per-share profits of $1.65 to $1.73 in the year ending January 2005, up 7% to 12%. Heinz posted per-share profits of $0.55, up 8% excluding special items and discontinued operations in the year-earlier quarter. Sales rose nearly 6%, powered by 1.9% volume growth and currency gains.


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