slr خبر وشارت لاشك ان الاسبوع القادم سوف تكون حركة المؤشرات متذبذبة او نازلة و ذالك بانتظار ما سوف يقرر بشان ارتفاع سعر الفا ئدة اخر الشهر , واحتمال ارتفاع اسعار البترول. slr للمتابعة الاسبوع القادم والذي بعده /الشراء عند تجاوز المقاومة الاولى والبيع عند الثانية..... Solectron rises as Q3 loss narrows By CBS MarketWatch Last Update: 4:29 PM ET June 18, 2004 SAN FRANCISCO (CBS.MW) -- Solectron's shares climbed more than 12 percent Friday as investors warmed to third-quarter results turned in by the electronics contract manufacturer. INFORMATION FOR SLR Create an alert for SLR Add SLR to my portfolio More cool charts on SLR Discuss SLR NEWS FOR SLR U.S. stocks expected to tread water ahead of Fed Chip, hardware indexes end slightly lower Solectron, chip stocks lead tech gains More news for SLR Quote & News Charts Financials Analysts Options SEC Filings TRACK THESE TOPICS My Portfolio Alerts Company: Solectron Corporation Add Create Get Breaking News sent directly to your inbox Create A Portfolio | Create An Alert Solectron saw its shares rise 64 cents to close at $5.72 following its late-Thursday quarterly report. Milpitas, Calif.-based Solectron (SLR: news, chart, profile) said it cut its net loss for the three months ended May 30 from a year ago, and turned a profit after excluding one-time items. The company posted a net loss of $65 million, or 8 cents a share, in the third quarter, compared to a loss of $2.69 billion, or $3.24 a share, in the same period last year. Excluding charges, Solectron posted a profit from operations of $13 million, or 1 cent a share, for the latest quarter, a penny ahead of the average estimate of analysts polled by Thomson First Call. Revenue rose 29 percent to $3.04 billion, just shy of the average forecast of $3.05 billion. Solectron has been taking steps to streamline operations and get back to consistent profitability. During the latest quarter, the company completed the sale of three businesses -- Smart Modular Technologies, Stream International and Kavilco -- as part of its restructuring plans. Andrew Huang, of American Technology Research, was upbeat about Solectron's efforts and future. "The implementation of lean manufacturing will drive a long-term, sustainable improvement to gross margins," Huang said in a research note. "We think the EMS (electronics manufacturing services) industry is set for a recovery in end-market demand as we enter the second half." In its fiscal fourth quarter, Solectron expects to earn 3 cents to 5 cents a share, on a pro forma basis, on revenue of $3.05 billion to $3.2 billion. According to First Call's poll, analysts have been looking for a profit of 2 cents a share on revenue of $3.17 billion.