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7256 Postings, 5112 Tage Mme.EugenieAfter Hours Screening

 
ISRG103.17-4.75-4.40%Vol:1,567,1564:00pm 04/27/06
After Hours114.99+11.82+11.46%Vol:14,591Last:4:05pm 04/27/06 
 Price and Volume

 Create ISRG Alert at:$88 $119 other
 Price Average 50-day:$ 102.75 
 Price Average 200-day:$ 94.68 
 Vol Average 50-day:1,312,100 
 Vol Average 200-day:1,171,500 
 52-wk high(1/30/2006):$ 139.50 
 52-wk low(4/28/2005):$ 40.32 
 Bid:$ 114.53 
 Ask:$ 114.99 
Analyst Information  Historical Quote 

 Share related items
 Market cap:$ 3.77B 
 Shares out:36.54M 

 Per share data
 Earnings (1 year):2.51 
 Current P/E Ratio:41.10 
 Cash Flow:$ 2.15 
 Cash (last quarter):$ 129.19M 
 Annual Dividend:n/a 
 Book Value:$ 12.23 
 EBITDA:$ 80.55M 

 Management effectiveness
 Return on Equity (1 year):29.89% 
 Return on assets (1 year):26.58% 
 Return on Investment (1 year):29.836130% 

 Valuation ratios
 Price/Earnings (1 year):43.32 
 Price/Book (1 year):9.02 
 Price/Cash Flow (1 year):54.57 

 Profitability
 Gross Margin (1 year):64.87% 
 Operating Margin (1 year):32.61% 
 Profit Margin (1 year):68.69% 
M = Millions          B=Billions


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 Company Information

Intuitive Surgical IncWebsite Annual Report
950 Kifer Road Phone:+1 408 523-2100
Sunnyvale CALIFORNIA 94086

Fax:+1 408 523-1390

Intuitive Surgical, Inc.. The Group's principal activity is to design, manufacture and market surgical products, which provide flexibility during open surgery while operating through ports. The Group conducts research, development, testing and commercialization of its products. The Group manufactures da Vinci Surgical System that consist of information about computer enhanced technology used in the system. This system of translating the surgeon's micro-movements of instruments positioned inside the patient through small puncture incisions or ports enables the surgeon to perform better surgery.

 Company at a Glance

Industry:Medical EquipmentEmployees:n/a
Fiscal Year-End:12/31/2005

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11.05.06 02:16

7256 Postings, 5112 Tage Mme.EugenieJDSU, AIG fall; News Corp. rises

AFTER HOURSJDSU, AIG fall; News Corp. rises E-mail | Print | RSS Feed | Enable live quotes | Discuss By Carla Mozee, MarketWatchLast Update: 6:04 PM ET May 10, 2006
SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- Shares of JDSU slipped about 3% in after-hours trading Wednesday following its plan to sell $375 million in convertible notes, while shares of News Corp. rose following its quarterly results.JDSU (JDSU JDSUNews , chart, profile, more
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) , formerly known as JDS Uniphase Corp., fell 10 cents, or 2.9%, at $3.29 to sit atop Instinet's list of most actively traded shares. At the same time, shares of American International Group Inc. fell after it said that its quarterly net profit fell 16%. The Nasdaq-100 After Hours Indicator, which tracks the evening action of the index's leading stocks, rose 0.47 points at 1,695.29. JDSU said that it plans to offer $375 million of senior convertible notes due 2026 to qualified institutional buyers. The maker of fiber-optic products expects to grant initial purchasers a 30-day option to purchase up to an additional $50 million principal amount of notes, solely to cover overallotments. The company plans to use the proceeds of the offering for general corporate purposes, which may include the repayment of existing debt. News Corp. (NWS NWSNews , chart, profile, more
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) shares rose 2.5% to $19.60. The entertainment company's second-quarter profit more than doubled on higher revenue and operating income at its cable-television networks, as well as gains on the sale of its investment in Mexican-satellite entity Innova. It also said that it increased its stock-buyback program to $6 billion from $3 billion. News Corp. reported net income rose to $820 million, or 26 cents a share, compared with a profit of $400 million or 13 cents a share in the year-ago quarter. Revenue rose to $6.20 billion from $6.04 billion. Analysts polled by Thomson First Call were expecting a profit of 20 cents a share on revenue of $6.25 billion. AIG down; Teva edges up American International Group (AIG AIGNews , chart, profile, more
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) lost 3.8% at $64. The insurance giant said that first-quarter net income came in at $3.2 billion, or $1.22 a share, down 16% from a year earlier when it made $3.8 billion or $1.45 a share. Excluding net realized investment gains and losses and certain accounting changes, AIG made $3.38 billion, or $1.29 a share, up from $3.23 billion or $1.23 a share, last year. Analysts expected AIG to earn $1.36 a share in the period. Teva (TEVA TEVANews , chart, profile, more
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) shares also were among the most actively traded stocks. The price edged up 24 cents to $37.80. During the regular session, stock in the Israeli drugmaker slumped 12.5% to $37.56 after its first-quarter results missed expectations of analysts polled by Thomson First Call. Teva's net loss of $1.01 billion, or $1.40 per American depositary receipt, primarily stemmed from charges related to its acquisition of Ivax Corp. See full story. Aeroflex, Dobson Communications pick up steam Aeroflex Inc. (ARXX ARXXNews , chart, profile, more
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) shares added on 8.6% at $13.60 following its report of higher fiscal third-quarter net earnings of $7.75 million, or 10 cents a share, compared with $3.97 million or 5 cents a share during the year-ago period. Pro forma earnings were 15 cents a share. Revenue at the Plainview, N.Y.-based defense- and broadband-microelectronics maker rose 24% to $140.5 million. Aeroflex said that it expects fourth-quarter earnings from continuing operations of 12 cents a share, or 17 cents on a pro forma basis. Revenue for the quarter is expected to be about $149 million, according to the company. Shares of Dobson Communications Corp. (DCEL DCELNews , chart, profile, more
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) were up 2.1% at $9.15 in active trading. The wireless-phone services provider reported a first-quarter net loss of $10.9 million vs. $23.3 million last year. Its loss applicable to common shareholders was $13.3 million, or 8 cents a share, compared with a loss of $25.4 million or 19 cents a share in the year-ago period. Revenue rose to $287.6 million from $271.8 million. Analysts had forecast revenue of $285 million. Dobson said that it expects to exceed the high end of its previous outlook for 2006 net subscriber additions and reaffirmed all its other 2006 forecasts. End of Story Carla Mozee is a reporter for MarketWatch in San Francisco.
 

13.05.06 12:21

7256 Postings, 5112 Tage Mme.EugenieAfter the Bell

By Mark Cotton & Leslie Wines, MarketWatchLast Update: 4:43 PM ET May 12, 2006
NEW YORK (MarketWatch) -- U.S. stocks closed lower on the day and week Friday, with the Nasdaq Composite at its weakest level since mid-February, on concern about rising bond yields and inflation. Chart of $INDUThe Dow Jones Industrial Average ($INDU : Dow Jones Industrial AverageNews , chart, profile, moreLast: 11,380.99-119.74-1.04%
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$INDU11,380.99, -119.74, -1.0% ) closed down 119.74 points, or 1% lower, at 11,380.99. Of the 30 Dow components, 26 traded lower. Check performance of Dow stocks. The Nasdaq Composite Index ($COMPQ : Nasdaq Composite IndexNews , chart, profile, moreLast: 2,243.78-28.92-1.27%
4:54am 05/13/2006
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Get up to 50 free trades at TD AMERITRADE.$COMPQ2,243.78, -28.92, -1.3% ) fell 28.92 points, or 1.27%, to 2,243.78, it weakest close since February 13. The S&P 500 Index ($SPX : S&P 500 IndexNews , chart, profile, moreLast: 1,291.24-14.68-1.12%
4:59pm 05/12/2006
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$SPX1,291.24, -14.68, -1.1% ) dropped 14.68 points, or 1.1%, to 1,291.24. For the week, the Dow Jones Industrials lost 0.5%, the Nasdaq caved in 3.4% and the S&P 500 dropped 1.6%. "The market remains on the defensive following the broad-based decline Thursday," said Michael Sheldon, chief market strategist at Spencer Clarke LLC. On Thursday, stocks logged their biggest one-day decline since January, drubbed by worries that rising commodity prices will translate into higher inflation and prompt the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates again in June. Sheldon said that the S&P 500's 50-day moving average at around 1,301 is a key level to watch in the near term, as "the market bottomed slightly below this level in February, March and April earlier this year." Commenting on the latest data, he pointed out that import prices excluding energy were right in line with expectations: "The trade report was impressive, but the deficit will probably head higher over the next few months because of the fact that oil prices rose sharply after March. The other implication of the report is that first-quarter GDP is likely to be revised higher, and that had an impact on the bond market, which led to bond yields rising to new cycle highs." On the broader market for equities, decliners outpaced advancers by 13 to 3 on the New York Stock Exchange and by 22 to 7 on the Nasdaq. In a broad-based pullback, Internet stocks ($GIN : CBOE Gsti Internet IndexNews , chart, profile, moreLast: 181.48-6.68-3.55%
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$GIN181.48, -6.68, -3.6% ) , retailers ($RLX : s&p retail index-rlx News , chart, profile, moreLast: 469.74-8.38-1.75%
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$RLX469.74, -8.38, -1.8% ) , oil services ($OSX : phlx euro style oil svc index osxNews , chart, profile, moreLast: 221.43-9.35-4.05%
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$OSX221.43, -9.35, -4.1% ) , home builders (HGX : phlx hsg sector index News , chart, profile, moreLast: 243.27-3.47-1.41%
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HGX243.27, -3.47, -1.4% ) and networkers ($NWX : amex networking index-nwx equal-$ weightNews , chart, profile, moreLast: 247.12-4.34-1.73%
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$NWX247.12, -4.34, -1.7% ) were some of the biggest decliners. Volume was about 1.84 billion on the Big Board, and more than 2.31 billion on the Nasdaq. Flurry of dataOn the data front, the nation's trade deficit narrowed 5.6% to $62 billion as the United States exported a record amount of goods to Canada, Mexico, the European Union, China and the South/Central America region in March. Economists surveyed by MarketWatch had expected the deficit to widen to $66.9 billion. See full story. On a less positive note, U.S. consumer-sentiment plunged in May on rising gasoline prices and a softening labor market, according to media reports of proprietary research. The University of Michigan consumer-sentiment index fell to 79 in May from 87.4 in April, the lowest since October's 74.2. See full story. Rising energy prices also boosted import prices in April. Prices of goods imported into the United States rose 2.1%, powered by an 11.5% increase in the price of imported petroleum, the Labor Department said. Excluding petroleum, import prices were flat. Excluding all fuels, import prices rose 0.1%, the fifth consecutive increase. Economists surveyed by MarketWatch had been expecting a rise of 1% in the headline figure for April. See full story. After the trade-deficit data, the U.S. dollar traded mixed, but later turned decisively lower. The euro late in the day was up 0.5% at $1.2920. The greenback fell 0.09% to 110.08 yen, to trade up 0.1% at 110.26. See Currencies. After a choppy session, gold futures ended lower, but still logged a 4% gain on the week. Gold for June delivery fell $9.70 to $711.80 an ounce, after touching an almost 26-year high of $728 earlier. See Metals Stocks. In bonds, long-term Treasury prices fell, sending yields higher. The benchmark 10-year note closed down 10/32 at 99 16/32, with its yield ($TNX : CBOE 10-Year Treasury Yield IndexNews , chart, profile, moreLast: 51.86+0.31+0.60%
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