John Wiley & Sons (NYSE:JW.A) “pleased with momentum” after posting fiscal Q4 earnings and revenue beats
- New Jersey-based company books $1.10 EPS, $491.18m revenue
- Shares advance 0.06% before Tuesday’s session
John Wiley & Sons (NYSE:JW.A) said it achieved its financial targets in fiscal Q4 after delivering consensus beats for EPS ($1.10) and revenue ($491 million).
There were healthy Y/Y rises across the board for the publishing company as total revenue, operating income and diluted EPS grew by 3%, 10% and 19%, respectively.
CEO Brian Napack added: “We are executing well and are energised by the results we are seeing from our strategic investments in the important markets we serve – research and education.”