Shares of GPS navigation-maker Garmin climbed more than 7 percent Wednesday, after the company reported fourth-quarter earnings and revenue that beat forecasts.
The Switzerland-based company reported adjusted earnings of 73 cents per share, topping a Thomson Reuters consensus estimate of 57 cents.
Garmin reported revenue of $861 million for the fourth quarter, also beating Reuters' expectations of $792.9 million.
The firm issued guidance for the full year 2017, saying it expects revenue to reach $3.02 billion, built on growth in its outdoor segment.
Garmin's outdoor business grew 46 percent for the quarter, more than the brand's fitness, marine, aviation and auto categories.