Exxon Mobil earnings and revenue outperformed first quarter by Investing.com


© Reuters. Exxon Mobil’s earnings and revenue outperformed in the first quarter

Investing.com – Exxon Mobil (NYSE 🙂 reported on Friday that the first quarter was above analyst forecasts and revenue that was above expectations. Exxon Mobil announced earnings per share of $ 0.65 on revenue of $ 59.15B. Analysts surveyed by Investing.com anticipated EPS of $ 0.5931 on revenue of $ 55.18 billion. Exxon Mobil shares are up 42% since the beginning of the year, still 5.76% from their 52-week high of $ 62.54 set on March 11. They are outperforming the S&P 500, which is up 12.12% since the beginning of the year. Exxon Mobil shares lost 0.75% in premarket trading after the report. Exxon Mobil Tracks Other Major Energy Sector Gains This Month Exxon Mobil’s report tracks earnings from Chevron on Friday, which reported EPS of $ 0.9 on revenue of $ 31.07B, compared to EPS forecast of $ 0.883 on revenue. of $ 31.86B. Royal Dutch Shell B ADR beat expectations on Thursday with first quarter EPS of $ 0.84 on revenue of $ 55.67 billion, compared to EPS forecast of $ 0.7917 on revenue of $ 62.93 billion. Stay up-to-date on all upcoming earnings reports by visiting the Investing.com earnings calendar.

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