- EV reported net income of 58 cents per share, up from 50 cents per share a year ago.
- Revenue was $360.26 million, from $318 million last year.
- On average, analysts expected to see EPS of 59 cents and $367.92 million in revenue.
Thomas E. Faust Jr., chairman and CEO of EV, noted: "Eaton Vance moved into net outflows in the first quarter of fiscal 2014, as withdrawals from global income and alternatives, large-cap value, managed options and municipal income strategies offset continuing strength in floating-rate income and implementation services. With growing momentum for our newer multi-sector income and global allocation strategies and prospects for improved results for strategies now in net outflows, we expect better flows for the balance of the fiscal year."EV's Dividend EV paid its most recent quarterly dividend of 22 cents on February 12. We expect EV to declare its next dividend in April. Stock Performance Eaton Vance shares were mostly flat during pre-market trading Wednesday. The stock is down 14% YTD.