Every Major Company Reporting This Morning Has Beat Earnings Expectations Except One

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Before the opening bell today some 14 companies will report first quarter results — and so far, it’s a sea of green.Of the major companies scheduled to release results, 13 of them reported better-than-expected earnings for the first three months of 2012.

The only company not to beat: Bank of New York Mellon, which was in-line with expectations at $0.52 per share.

Below, a round up of results:

  • Huntington Bancshares:Reported 1Q12 EPS of $0.18 vs. expected $0.14
  • Polaris:Reported 1Q12 EPS of $0.85 vs. expected $0.77
  • Knight Capital:Reported 1Q12 EPS of $0.36 vs. expected $0.30
  • PNC Financial:Reported 1Q12 EPS of $1.62 vs. expected $1.48
  • Bank of New York Mellon: Reported 1Q12 EPS of $0.52 vs. expected $0.52
  • BlackRock: Reported 1Q12 EPS of $3.16 vs. expected $3.04
  • Textron: Reported 1Q12 EPS of $0.41 vs. expected $0.35
  • Halliburton: Reported 1Q12 EPS of $0.89 vs. expected $0.85
  • Quest Diagnostics: Reported 1Q12 EPS of $1.07 vs. expected $1.02
  • Dover Corp.: Reported 1Q12 EPS of $1.05 vs. expected $1.02
  • St. Jude Medical: Reported 1Q12 EPS of $0.86 vs. expected $0.83
  • Abbott Laboratories: Reported 1Q12 EPS of $1.03 vs. expected $1.00
  • New York Community Bancorp: Reported 1Q12 EPS of $0.27 vs. expected $0.26

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