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Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. (JEC)
Price $70.75

10K November 11, 2007
Revenues $8473.970 million
TTM Revenues $8473.970 million or $69.83 per share
Earnings per share $2.35
TTM earnings per share $2.35
Diluted number of shares 121.34 million
Dividends none declared
Cash $613.352 million
Debt $0.529 million
Cash flow from operations CFFO $297.731 million
CFFO per share $2.45
Trading range from September 30 2007 to November 11, 2007 was $75.58 to $88.35
PE range 32.16 to 37.6
PS ratio range 1.08 to 1.27
Theoretical dividend range 2.77% to 3.24%

10Q 1st quarter January 25, 2008
Revenues $2471.817 million
TTM Revenues $8927.279 million or $73.57 per share
Earnings per share $0.79
TTM earnings per share $2.63
Diluted number of shares 121.34
Dividends none declared
Cash $398.780 million
Debt $0.465 million
Cash flow from operations CFFO negative ($40.848) million
CFFO per share N/A
Trading range from December 31, 2007 to January 25, 2008 was $72.18 to $101.58
PE range 27.44 to 38.62
PS ratio range .98 to 1.38


10K 11/29/2007
http://yahoo.brand.edgar-online.com/fetchFilingFrameset.aspx?dcn=0001193125-07-255216&Type=HTML

10Q December 31, 2007
http://yahoo.brand.edgar-online.com/fetchFilingFrameset.aspx?dcn=0001193125-08-012270&Type=HTML

This is definitely a strong company that I just began to look at. CFFO has been affected by large acquisitions recently which I see other posts have news about (http://boards.fool.com/Message.asp?mid=26295183). I like the fact that there is very little debt a good thing going into a possible recession. I would like to see more profit from such large revenues that may pay a dividend. However, other than that I like what I see and will follow this stock. Look foward to any insight from those who have watched this stock more closely and longer than I have.

CRL
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