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Sigma-Aldrich (Nasdaq: SIAL) Reports Q4 and Full Year 2010 Diluted EPS of $0.76 and $3.12, Respectively. Q4 and Full Year 2010 Adjusted Diluted EPS Were $0.83 and $3.31, Respectively. Q4 Sales Set New Quarterly High. 2011 Diluted EPS Expected to be

ely grew 27% and 23% on a reported and organic basis, respectively, for the fourth quarter of 2010.
  • SAFC's booked orders for future delivery at December 31, 2010 improved over the September 30, 2010 level and were 10% above the December 31, 2009 level.

  • 2011 OUTLOOK:

  • Organic sales growth is expected to be in the mid-single digit range for 2011.
  • Programs to enhance and highlight our product capabilities for our research business in analytical, biology chemistry and materials science, continued emphasis on growth opportunities in fine chemicals, in international markets and in e-commerce are all expected to enable us to achieve 2011 sales growth at above market rates.
  • Market conditions are not expected to change much from 2010.
  • At current exchange rates, currency is not expected to have a significant impact on full year reported sales growth.  
  • The recently completed acquisitions of Cerilliant and Research Technology Corporation are expected to contribute a modest sales benefit.
  • Our forecast for diluted adjusted earnings per share for 2011 is $3.45 to $3.60, up from an adjusted diluted EPS of $3.31 for 2010.  
  • This increase reflects expected benefits from higher sales levels and ongoing cost management activities.
  • Included in this outlook are expenses for strategic initiatives that are expected to drive longer term organic sales growth to a level of 7% to 8%.
  • The effective tax rate in 2011 is expected to be approximately 30%, including a benefit from the U.S. R & D tax credit comparable to that realized in 2010.
  • Recent acquisitions are expected to be neutral to mildly accretive to our diluted earnings per share in 2011.  
  • This EPS outlook excludes the impact of restructuring and other extraordinary special charges.
  • Management expects free cash flow for 2011 to be in excess of $375 million.
  • Net cash provided by operati

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