Fisher & Paykel Healthcare can’t predict the future

Dan Brunskill
Thu, 26 May 2022

Fisher & Paykel Healthcare can’t predict the future
Chief executive Lewis Gradon told analysts there was a big opportunity ahead but couldn't say when the company would reach it. (Photo: Supplied)
Dan Brunskill
Thu, 26 May 2022
Medical device manufacturer Fisher & Paykel Healthcare is unquestionably in a better position than it was pre-covid, the question everyone is asking is: how much better? It was a question that not even chief executive Lewis Gradon was able to answer when asked by analysts after reporting earnings on Wednesday. The company declined to give earnings guidance for the third straight year, saying it was too hard to predict how much stock customers would want to hold and the possibility of future covid-19 surges.Unable to give guidance,...

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