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Agilent Turns in Phenomenal End to 2022, Guides to Continued Strength in 2023; Raising FVE to $127

Julie Utterback Senior Equity Analyst

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Wide-moat Agilent released strong fourth-quarter results that helped it exceed our expectations for fiscal 2022. Management also delivered 2023 guidance above our prior expectations. Considering those strong trends ($5 of increase) and recently generated cash flows ($7), we are raising our fair value estimate to $127 per share from $115 previously.

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Originally spun out of Hewlett-Packard in 1999, Agilent has evolved into a leading life sciences and diagnostics firm. Today, Agilent's measurement technologies serve a broad base of customers with its three operating segments: life science and applied tools, cross lab (consisting of consumables and services related to its life science and applied tools), and diagnostics and genomics. Over half of its sales are generated from the biopharmaceutical, chemical, and advanced materials end markets, but it also supports clinical lab, environmental, forensics, food, academic, and government-related organizations. The company is geographically diverse, with operations in the U.S. and China representing the largest country concentrations.

5301 Stevens Creek Boulevard
Santa Clara, CA, 95051
Industry Diagnostics & Research
Employees 17,700

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A’s price/sales is 6.85.
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A’s price/forward earnings is 27.17.
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