QUOTE AND NEWS
Motley Fool  Feb 5  Comment 
The nanotech specialist had a disappointing fourth quarter.
Benzinga  Feb 5  Comment 
In a report published Thursday, D.A. Davidson analyst Thomas Diffely reiterated a Buy rating on FEI Company (NASDAQ: FEIC), but lowered the price target from $105.00 to $100.00. In the report, D.A. Davidson noted, "4Q revenue and earnings...
Motley Fool  Feb 4  Comment 
FEI Company’s backlog and 2015 outlook are also being affected by currency issues.
Market Intelligence Center  Jan 8  Comment 
FEI Company (FEIC) presents a trading opportunity that offers a 4.63% return in just 162 days. A covered call on FEI at the $80.00 level expiring on Jun. '15 offers an assigned return rate of 4.63% or 10.43% annualized. This trade offers 9.04%...
Market Intelligence Center  Dec 30  Comment 
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Market Intelligence Center  Dec 11  Comment 
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FEI Co. designs, makes, and services systems used in analysis of nano-scale objects, particularly with regard to evaluating their 3-D shape. It's microscopes are extremely sophisticated pieces of equipment, costing an average $1 million. It's high end model, priced at $7 million, is capable of resolution down to one-half of one-billionth of a meter.

The company markets its products and services to a diverse customer base including electronic manufacturers, industrial material scientists, and life science research institutions. It's mainstay business is the semiconductor industry, but is expanding into the natural resources industry.

Business Segments

Electronics

Electronic manufacturers continue to shrink their products while maintaining a need to properly analyze and evaluate individual parts. For this task they utilize nano-scale microscopes to check for defects.

Research and Industry

Life Sciences

Service and Components



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