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PayPal Holdings, Inc. PYPL, is a technology platform company offering an online payment solution which allows customers to pay and get paid. It also allows for withdrawing funds to customer bank accounts and hold balances in their PayPal accounts in various currencies. The company reported EPS growth over 16% last year. Earnings this past quarter saw a solid beat of the Zacks consensus. Current growth estimates for FY 2017 are calling for an increase of 25.5% as of this writing. 

llinois Tool Works, Inc. ITWmanufactures and markets a variety of products and systems that provide specific, problem-solving solutions for a diverse customer base worldwide. A well diversified company that has been a world leader in innovation for decades. Recently reported earnings easily beat both Zacks consensus and revenue estimates. Moreover, management increased their FY 2017 EPS outlook and raised revenue guidance. This company’s expected to see strong tailwinds through 2018.

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