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Herbalife Announces Q1 2013 Results Release Date

By Eric Volkman - Apr 2, 2013 at 8:31PM

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The controversial firm plans to unveil the financials for its inaugural quarter of this year.

Herbalife (HLF -4.84%) results for its Q1 2013 will be made public after market close on Monday, April 29. The following day the company, which has engendered more than its share of controversy in recent times, will discuss those results in an investor conference call hosted by senior management. This will be accessible via a webcast on the firm's site, after which the call will be available for replay.

Herbalife said it would also "provide an update on current business trends."

According to data compiled by The Wall Street Journal, the average analyst EPS estimate for the quarter is $1.06. The company netted $1.00 per diluted share in Q4 2012 and $0.88 in Q1 2012.

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