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Sigma-Aldrich (NASDAQ:SIAL) Reports 25% Increase in Q3 Diluted EPS. Q3 Sales Increase 11%. Full Year 2011 Diluted EPS Raised to $3.73 to $3.81.
Date:10/25/2011

ST. LOUIS, Oct. 25, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --

HIGHLIGHTS:2011 Results (all percentages are to comparable periods in 2010)

  • Q3 2011 reported sales increased 11% to $626 million. Q3 sales grew organically by 4% with Research products and Fine Chemicals ("SAFC") sales growing organically by 4% and 2%, respectively.  Recently completed acquisitions contributed an additional 2% and changes in foreign currency exchange rates contributed an additional 5% to reported sales growth in Q3.
  • Q3 2011 net income was $117 million, up 26% from Q3 2010.
  • Q3 2011 reported diluted EPS was $0.95, up 25%. Excluding restructuring costs of $0.01, diluted adjusted EPS was $0.96, a 16% increase over adjusted Q3 2010 results.
  • YTD 2011 net cash provided by operating activities and free cash flow were $373 million and $300 million, respectively.

  • 2011 Outlook (all percentages are compared to full year 2010 results)

  • Organic sales growth for the full year is expected to meet the Company's previously forecast growth of mid-single digits.  At current exchange rates, currency is expected to increase reportable sales for the full year by approximately 4%. Acquisitions are expected to increase sales by another 1-2%.
  • Diluted adjusted EPS forecast for 2011 (excluding restructuring charges) is revised to $3.73 to $3.81 to reflect strong operating results through the first nine months and a lower effective tax rate and represents a 13% to 15% increase compared to 2010's adjusted diluted EPS of $3.31.  See 2011 Outlook below.
  • Net cash provided by operating activities and free cash flow are expected to be about $520 million and $400 million, respectively, for 2011, unchanged from our prior expectations.

  • CEO's STATEMENT:Commenting on third quarter 2011 performance, President and CEO Rakesh Sachdev said:  "Our reported sales of $626 million met
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