NORTHERN TECHNOLOGIES INTL. CORP.(NTIC) Makes materials-science-based industrial packaging products and systems and rust- and corrosion-inhibiting products. The company confirmed its sales and earnings guidance for the year ending Aug. 31. It expects sales in range of $27 million to $28 million and net income between $4.4 million and $4.7 million.
1st quarter FY2013, 11/302013 2012 % chg. Revenue $5,291.7 $4,832.1 +9.5 Income 389.6 958.8 -59.4 Earn/share 0.09 0.22 -59.1
Figures in thousands except for earnings per share.
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