Waters Reduces Q3 Revenue Growth to 3 Percent; Cites Declining US Sales

Waters last week said that "slower than expected" sales growth has forced it to expect lower-than-expected third-quarter sales and earnings per diluted share.

In its second-quarter conference call July 26), Waters said it anticipated sales to grow 8 percent in the third quarter year over year. The company now expects growth to be around 3 percent year over year.

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