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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

our expectations.  Consistent with earlier quarters in 2011, we delivered solid performance with organic sales growth in our expected mid single digit range and a mid-teens percentage increase in diluted adjusted EPS.  Our organic sales growth for our Research business in Q3 was right in-line with earlier quarters at 4%. Our overall dollar sales in Q3 for SAFC remained strong at $180 million, consistent with prior quarters of 2011.  Diluted adjusted EPS of $0.96 for the third quarter of 2011 exceeded our expectations due to a lower than expected effective tax rate and stronger adjusted operating income margins.

While we are pleased with the 4% organic growth in our research business in the third quarter, the economic and research funding uncertainties in the U.S. and Europe are creating a cautious climate with some of our customers. With our continued focus on the faster growth segments in analytical chemistry, biology and material science, coupled with our achievements in the emerging markets, we remain cautiously optimistic in achieving organic growth in the low to mid single digits in our research business in the fourth quarter.

As expected, the growth rate for SAFC in the third quarter was in the low single digits due to a strong comparable in the previous year. We were pleased with the sales level we achieved particularly from our Hitech and industrial media businesses.  With the investments we are making this year in these businesses, we are well positioned to take advantage of the growth in these markets.

In our focus markets of India, China and Brazil in the third quarter of 2011, we collectively grew by 25% - our best result in 2011.  Currency adjusted growth for these key markets including our May 2011 acquisition of Vetec Quimica Fina Ltda in Brazil was a combined 41% in Q3."

Sachdev concluded, "We have re-affirmed our organic sales growth expectation for 2011 in the mid-single digits.  We have re
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