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What: Shares of Brady Corp. (NYSE:BRC) fell as much as 11% today, after releasing earnings.

So what: Fiscal second quarter revenue rose 1.1%, to $324.2 million, but analysts had expected $327.6 million. The bottom line was even worse, where earnings per share of $0.38 fell $0.10 short of estimates.  

Now what: Management's comments about next year didn't exactly have investors jumping up and down today. They said there would be continued pressure on sales due to a slow macro economy. Shares trade at 13 times forward estimates and, after this earnings miss, I think that's a steep price for a company barely growing at all.

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