The organization posted second from last quarter balanced income of $1.67 per share on income of $9.8 billion.
Examiners anticipated that Honeywell would report profit of $1.60 a share on income of $9.78 billion, as indicated by Thomson Reuters accord gauges.
"We are very much situated for twofold digit profit development in the final quarter, prompting 8 percent [to] 9 percent income development in 2016," Chairman and CEO Dave Cote said in explanation. "Joined with our progressing efficiency activities driven by the Honeywell Operating System, and the quality of our hidden portfolio, the activities we reported this quarter position Honeywell for future out execution."
Honeywell estimate final quarter profit of $1.74 to $1.78 a share, and entire year direction of $6.60 to $6.64 a share.
Shares of Honeywell were exchanging somewhat bring down in premarket exchange.
Toward the beginning of October, Honeywell saw its stock fall forcefully after financial specialists deciphered administration's 2017 viewpoint as troubling.
A week ago, Cote told CNBC's Jim Cramer he wasn't right for not giving a more perky 2017 viewpoint, saying the message may have become lost in the administration's presentation.
The mechanical monster has encountered a few changes this year. In February, Honeywell fizzled trying to obtain United Technologies on antitrust concerns. Later, Honeywell declared it would offer its innovation arrangements business. The organization additionally spun off its pitches and chemicals business as a traded on an open market organization, AdvanSix.
Honeywell income: $1.67 per share, versus expected EPS of $1.60 pennies a share