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NEW YORK – Thermo Fisher Scientific today reported a 4 percent increase in second-quarter revenues, driven by growth across its business segments.

The Waltham, Massachusetts-based company had revenues of $6.32 billion in Q2, up 4 percent from $6.08 billion in the year-ago quarter and just beating the average Wall Street estimate of $6.3 billion. Organic revenues grew 5 percent, acquisitions increased revenue by 1 percent, and currency effects decreased revenue by 2 percent.

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