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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Waters reported before the opening of the market on Tuesday that its second quarter revenues rose 7 percent year over year, thanks in large part to strong recurring revenues and sales in China, and the company's TA instruments business.

For the three months ended June 30, the company posted Q2 revenues of $596.2 million, up from $558.3 million in Q2 2017, but falling short of the average Wall Street estimate of $598.0 million. Foreign currency translation boosted revenues by 2 percent, the company said.

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