Diamonds and Dogs
11/20/14Kirkland's Inc. (KIRK)
Kirkland's Inc. is looking great today, up 21.28% to $21.94. The home décor and gift company saw its shares jump after better than expected earnings. For the third quarter, Kirkland's announced revenue of $117.2 million or $0.07 per share, both beating analysts' estimates of $114.4 million and $0.03, respectively. The company expects full-year earnings to be 90 cents to 97 cents per share, with revenue ranging from $501 million to $504 million. Shares of Kirkland's climbed nearly $4.00 but are still shy of their 52-week high of $26.52.
Datawatch Corporation (DWCH)
Datawatch is getting beat up today, down 15.83% to $9.25. The business computer software company saw its shares fall after missing earnings forecasts. For the fourth quarter, Datawatch reported a loss of $4.9 million or -$0.44 per share on revenue of only $9.1 million. The company has watched their shares fall over 68% over the past twelve months. Shares of Data watch fell to $8.67 intraday and were only $0.03 off of their 52-week low of $8.64.
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