On Wednesday, Xilinx posted second-quarter reports that beat the experts’ revenue, earnings predictions. The firm posted earnings per share of $0.82 and $767 million revenues as compared to the predicted $756.01 million and earnings per share of $0.72.
Meanwhile, Accenture, which on September 24 posted its Q4 reports, reported an earnings per share $1.70 as compared to predicted $1.73 and revenue of $10.84 billion in comparison with forecasted $10.93 billion.
Xilinx is currently outperforming leading US index and is already 13% high from the beginning of the year as compared to the S&P 500, which is 6.34% up. Xilinx is trading lower than its 52 weeks high, at $111.30. The firm plunged 0.04% in aftermarkets trade session.