There were some heavy weighers on todays list of earnings reports. The big tech companies $FB, $QCOM and $EBAY reported their earnings after market close, and the large blue-chip firms $MCD, $T, $BA and $KO kept the media busy by reporting their Q1 earnings. Let’s take a snapshot look at some of the ones that we covered here at SprinkleBit HQ.
The popular social network company missed the top-line expectations by 0.56% , reporting only $3.54 billion compared to the consensus expectation of $3.56 billion. On a better note, their actual EPS came in at $0.42 and beat the expected EPS of 0.4 by 5%, which is a gain of 23.53% Y/Y at $0.34 per share. Additionally, they increased their Mobile Daily Active Users by 798M, up 7% since last year .
The online e-commerce site reported a strong Q1 which beat the expected revenue consensus of $4.42B by 4.46%, reporting revenue of $4.45 billion on the day. They came in even stronger on the EPS estimations which they beat by 10% by earning $0.77 per share. The EPS is also a 10% growth Y/Y.
The technology giant came in almost flat on the revenue expectations of $6.83B by a 0.88% gain, reporting revenue of $6.89 billion. They came in even stronger on the EPS estimations which they beat by 5.26% gain by earning $1.4 per share. The EPS is also a 6.87% growth Y/Y.
The fast food giant has been under enormous health trend pressures during the past few years which has forced the company to close down many restaurant locations and plan on a huge re-branding period. The Q1 earnings report surprised many analyst by coming in flat on revenue, reporting at $5.96B which was right in line with consensus expectations. EPS came at $1.01, 4.72% lower than the expected EPS of 1.06.
The popular soft drink company missed on revenue by 0.38%, with $10.66 billion but beat on the bottom line by 14.29% with $0.48 EPS vs the expected EPS of $0.42.
The aerospace giant reported a jump in earnings, reporting an actual EPS of $1.87, a growth of 46.09% Y/Y. They missed the top-line expectation slightly by 1.73% with revenue coming in at $22.1. The strong earnings report was mainly thanks to a 14% increase in jetliners delivered.
The large cap telecom company topped analysts earnings expectations with EPS of $0.63 compared to the expected EPS of $0.62. However, revenues came in slightly lower at $32.57. A 0.82% miss compared to the estimated $32.84.
The California based restaurant chain reported a strong Q1, beating earnings expectations by 14.29% on EPS at $0.56 and missing revenue slightly by 0.38% on the top line with $518M. Although the revenue number was a nice 7.69% growth Y/Y.
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