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Earnings Watch For April 4 (MON, SHLM, ANGO, BBBY, RT, AYI)

Monsanto Co. (MON) is expected to report results for the second quarter. The agricultural products maker is expected to report earnings of $2.12 per share, higher than last year's $1.87 per share, on revenues of $4.53 billion. MON closed Tuesday's session at $81.80. (52-wk H/L $83.95/$58.89)

Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. (BBBY) is slated to report fourth quarter results. Quarterly earnings are expected to rise to $1.33 per share from $1.12 per share posted a year ago. Also, the company is anticipated to generate revenues of $2.66 billion, up from $2.50 billion in the prior-year quarter. The stock closed Tuesday at $66.99. (52-wk H/L $68.20/$47.89)

Medical device maker AngioDynamics Inc. (ANGO) is scheduled to report third quarter results. The company is expected to earn $0.08 per share on revenues of $51.34 million for the quarter. In the previous year, earnings and revenue were $0.15 per share and $54.65 million respectively. On Tuesday, the shares closed trade at $12.46. (52-wk H/L $16.60/$12.05)

Acuity Brands, Inc. (AYI), A. Schulman, Inc. (SHLM) and Ruby Tuesday, Inc. (RT) are also expected to report their results today.

by RTT Staff Writer

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