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At Sept. 30, 2015, $GWW's working capital assets to working capital liabilities ratio was 2.5, which was up from 2.4 at Dec. 31, 2014. The growth principally related to higher accounts receivable balances from the Cromwell acquisition and lower profit-sharing accruals due to the timing of annual payments and lower business performance.
$BABA seems to be on a roll! But increasing its yearly sales outlook from 48% to 54% seems over-expectation from the company's part, doesn't it?
$JNJ down 2% in pre-market trading. Earnings beat expectations, but sales disappointed. Johnson is cautious on its outlook. How it will perform in the future?