nothing earth shattering but they did very well to come in and meet the street. A/R is down and INV is up (persumably ramp up from ENEL).
A much better report than I expected. Expect them to bleed back in the tax cushions they had set aside for the litigation expenses this will help in future quarters.
For this next quarter I want to see another ENEL type deal in the face of an energy crisis they have to capitalize and it could be a great sell to utilities that are on solid ground today who want to stay on top of things.