Financial research firm FactSet said fiscal Q2 EPS rose 8% to $1.14, beating estimates by 2 cents. Revenue grew 7.5% to $213.1 mil, just slightly less than the $213.31 mil analysts expected. FactSet Research (FDS) said annual subscription value rose, but it continues to face a tough sell-side environment. Sales in the U.S. climbed 7% to $146 mil. The company sees fiscal Q3 EPS of $1.14-$1.16, topping views of $1.13. During the quarter, the company added 35 clients, bringing its total client roster to 2,436. Shares fell 5.3% to 92.82.