Metal trading company CMC is expected to report its first quarter fiscal 2022 results on January 10, before the opening bell.
In which direction are the estimates going?
Zacks’ consensus estimate for fiscal first-quarter revenue is pegged at $2.05 billion, suggesting growth of 47.3% from year-ago quarter levels. Zacks’ consensus estimate for earnings per share is pegged at $1.30 for the quarter, indicating a 124.1% year-over-year increase.
Fourth quarter performance
In the most recently reported quarter, the company’s earnings and revenue grew year-over-year, but fell short of Zacks’ respective consensus estimates. Commercial Metals has a four-quarter earnings surprise of 7.41%, on average.
What does our model indicate?
Our proven model does not conclusively predict an earnings beatdown for Commercial Metals this season. The combination of a positive Earnings ESP and a Zacks rank of #1 (Strong Buy), 2 (Buy), or 3 (Hold), increases the odds of beating Earnings. But it is not the case here.
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ESP Earnings: The earnings ESP for commercial metals is 0.00%.
Zack’s Ranking: Commercial Metals currently has a Zacks rank of 1. You can see the full list of today’s Zacks #1 Rank stocks here.
Metal trading company award and EPS surprise
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Commercial Metals likely benefited from robust demand for steel products, driven by strong construction and infrastructure activity during the first fiscal quarter. The North America and Europe segment is expected to have benefited from strong construction activity, driving demand for rebar, merchant bar and wire rod products, as well as an increase in new residential construction work. These trends likely supported finished steel shipment volumes to North America and Europe during the first fiscal quarter.
Commercial Metals’ margin should have benefited from strong steel prices due to increased demand in key end-use markets. The company’s network optimization efforts and cost reduction initiatives likely contributed to margin performance in the quarter under review. The company implemented a price increase for its factory products in response to rapidly rising scrap costs.
Commercial Metals shares have appreciated 62.9% over the past year compared to industry growth of 26.4%.
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Actions that are worth the detour
Here are a few stocks worth considering as they have the right combination of elements to post a beat profit this quarter.
Brands Acuity, Inc. AYI currently has an earnings ESP of +3.52% and a Zacks ranking of 2. Zacks’ consensus estimate for earnings in the first quarter of fiscal 2022 is up 0.4% over the past 30 last few days to hit $2.37 per share, suggesting year-over-year growth. by 16.7%.
Zacks’ consensus estimate for quarterly revenue is pegged at $896 million, indicating a 13% improvement over year-ago quarter levels. Acuity Brands has a four-quarter earnings surprise of 18.3% on average.
Keysight Technologies, Inc. KEYS currently has an earnings ESP of +0.26% and a Zacks rank of 2. Zacks’ consensus estimate for earnings in the first quarter of fiscal 2022 is up 1.3% over the past 60 last few days to hit $1.56 per share, suggesting 9% year-on-year growth. – there is the count of the quarter.
Zacks’ consensus estimate for quarterly revenue is pegged at $1.24 billion, indicating a 5.3% improvement over the year-ago quarter tally. Keysight has a four-quarter earnings surprise of 7.08% on average.
Macy’s, Inc. (M) currently has an earnings ESP of +1.93% and a Zacks ranking of 3. The Zacks consensus estimate for earnings for the fourth quarter of 2021 has risen 5.5% over the past 60 days to 1, $92 per share, indicating 140% growth from a year ago. quarter digit.
Zacks’ consensus estimate for quarterly revenue is pegged at $8.4 billion, indicating a 24.3% year-over-year improvement. Macy’s has a four-quarter earnings surprise of 313.5% on average.
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