Sales Surprise Last Year

Sales Surprise %, Last Year, shows what the percentage Sales surprise was against the last annual report. If a company releases a number higher or lower than the consensus (a combination of all the released estimates), this is known respectively as a positive or negative surprise.

Stockopedia explains Sales Surprise

An upside surprise - where a company reports higher earnings than analysts predicted - has often been observed to trigger an increase in the stock price.

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The 5 highest Sales Surprise Stocks in the Market

Ticker Name Sales Surprise StockRank
SWX:HBMN HBM Healthcare Investments AG 455.33 58
NAQ:WKHS Workhorse 244.13 36
NMQ:KROS Keros Therapeutics 99.5 27
EPA:LTA Altamir Sca 99.37 97
NSQ:KDNY Chinook Therapeutics 99.23 54
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