The robotic cleaning device specialist made Wall Street nervous in its last earnings report, which showed net losses combined with falling sales volumes. Investors will be watching closely for signs of a return to steady sales and earnings growth in the second half of the year. Most investors who follow the stock are expecting to see sales fall approximately 14% to $303 million.
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