Combined international sales increased 16 percent to $241 million in the first quarter
of 2007 versus $208 million for the same quarter in the prior year, reflecting both the continued conversion to Neulasta and changes in foreign exchange which positively impacted first quarter
2007 combined international sales by approximately $16 million.
Operating expenses for the first quarter
of 2007 increased 49.3 percent to $13.5 million from $9.1 million in the first quarter
Class A rents in Suffolk rose to $25.95, from $25.74 at yearend and $25.08 in the first quarter
a year earlier.
In skilled nursing, however, the median occupancy rate declined from 88 percent during the fourth quarter to 87 percent during the first quarter
GCI expects second-quarter revenue and EBITDA to exceed those achieved in the first quarter
and still anticipates revenues of $430 million to $440 million and EBITDA of $145 million for 2005, including the expected recovery of the remaining MCI receivable.
(JEGI) reported the same number of deals in both first quarters
of 2004 and 2005, eight.
"Earnings in the first quarter
of fiscal year 2005 have increased significantly as compared to the prior year quarter.
1 position in the United States, and in the first quarter
of this year it maintained its lead over Compaq by 0.4 percent.
Housing starts in the first quarter
were up 13% over the first quarter
After posting a sizable increase in 1996, real personal consumption expenditures jumped 5 1/2 percent at an annual rate in the first quarter
(For estimates by State, see "State Personal Income, Summary Estimates for First Quarter
1991" beginning on page 97.) Swings in farm income, reflecting Federal farm subsidy payments, dominated the changes in personal income in the States that had large changes.
Residential sales were up about 30 per cent in the first quarter
over the same period in 1989.