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What: Shares of electronics components maker KEMET
So what: The company, chiefly a manufacturer of capacitors of various kinds, just reported first-quarter sales 19% above the year-ago quarter along with swinging a net loss of $0.74 per share into $0.61 of earnings per share. Both results left Wall Street analysts floored.
Now what: That's KEMET's fourth earnings beat in a row, but the stock has hardly moved in response to these strong business results. Then again, rivals Vishay Intertechnology
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