Genomic Solutions Revises Q2 Outlook; Warns of Flat Revenues | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, July 5 - Genomic Solutions said Thursday it expected its second-quarter revenues to be lower than it had initially forecast, because some customers had postponed their orders and because the economy is beginning to slow.

The company expects revenues for the quarter to total between $4.5 and $4.6 million, largely unchanged from the company's second-quarter 2000 revenues of $4.5 million. 

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