Improved demand for its commercial products has prompted Rockwell Collins to reaffirm its fiscal 2011 guidance and forecast additional profits for next year. The guidance expects 2012 revenues to reach $4.9-5 billion, about 2-3% more than the $4.8-4.85 billion anticipated for the 12 months to Sept. 30. Earnings per share growth, however, could expand as much as 12% to between $4.40 and $4.60 from the $4.00-4.40 forecast for 2011, although this will be due in part to an accelerated share ...
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