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Analyst Opinion on Universal Health Services Inc. and Community


Analyst Opinion on Universal Health Services Inc. and Community Health Systems Inc. -- Hospitals Post Mixed Quarterly Results, Lower Yearly Outlooks

LONDON -- (Marketwire) -- 11/02/12 -- In the first half of 2012 healthcare stocks were performing with relative strength. However, for the most recent quarter hospitals have been putting forth mixed results and many have disappointed Wall Street expectations.

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Companies operating in the hospitals industry, such as Universal Health Services Inc. and Community Health Systems Inc., may also be facing uncertainty due to the upcoming election. Many feel that at present the election has more sway than business trends, as Obama's re-election could provide a boost as healthcare reform promises growth, while Romney's election may prompt a decline as fear of the potential fiscal cliff increases. Analyst opinion on Universal Health Services Inc. accessible for free at

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During the third quarter many hospitals seem to have suffered from lower than expected patient admission. Alongside this, an added headwind has been rising operating expenses. Despite these challenges a few hospitals were successful in bucking the industry blues and impressed with higher than expected earnings per share. However, the apparent slowdown and rising headwinds has prompted most, including Community Health Systems, to lower their earnings outlook for the year. See what our analysts have to say on Community Health Systems Inc. Follow the Link below

http://www.wallstreetactive.com/CYH02November12.pdf

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