3 Winners and Losers Halfway Through Earnings Season

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Earnings season has revealed surprises, excitement, and disappointment through the past few weeks. Many of health care's biggest names still have yet to report quarterly data, but a number of the sector's top companies have done so -- and have revealed some key storylines to watch.

From Abbott Labs' thriving nutritionals division to intensifying worries around a big robotic surgical maker, Motley Fool contributor Dan Carroll takes you through three of the top earnings reports from the health-care sector so far and reveals what you'll need to look out for from these companies going forward.

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The article 3 Winners and Losers Halfway Through Earnings Season originally appeared on Fool.com.

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