Thermo Fisher Scientific (NYSE:TMO) announced its first-quarter earnings and revenue that topped Wall Street forecasts. The company reported an adjusted earning

Thermo Fisher Scientific Reports Better Than Expected Q1 Results


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Thermo Fisher Scientific (NYSE:TMO) announced its first-quarter earnings and revenue that topped Wall Street forecasts. The company reported an adjusted earnings per share (EPS) of $5.11, which exceeded analyst expectations of $4.71. Its quarterly revenue also surpassed expectations, amounting to $10.34 billion compared to the projected $10.16 billion.

Although revenue saw a slight decline of 3% from the previous year's $10.71 billion, the adjusted EPS reflected a 2% increase from $5.03 reported in the first quarter of 2023. The company's GAAP diluted EPS also grew by 4% to $3.46 from $3.32.

CEO Marc N. Casper praised the strong financial results, crediting the success to the company's effective growth strategy and the PPI Business System. He emphasized Thermo Fisher's focus on customer success, robust commercial execution, and stringent operational discipline as crucial for its standout performance in 2024.

Thermo Fisher updated its full-year 2024 guidance, now expecting revenues to range between $42.3 billion and $43.3 billion, and adjusted EPS to be between $21.14 and $22.02. The projected midpoint for adjusted EPS, at $21.58, slightly surpasses the analyst consensus of $21.53, while the revenue guidance midpoint of $42.8 billion is marginally below the consensus estimate of $42.83 billion.

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