Exxon Mobil Earnings, Revenue Beat in Q3 By

© Reuters. Exxon Mobil Earnings, Revenue Beat in Q3 – Exxon Mobil (NYSE:) reported on Friday 3rd quarter that beat experts’ projections and income that topped expectations.

Exxon Mobil revealed profits per share of $1.58 on income of $73.79B. Analysts surveyed by expected EPS of $1.56 on income of $71.02B.

Exxon Mobil shares are up 56% from the start of the year, still down 2.47% from its 52 week high of $65.94 set on October 26. They are exceeding the S&P Global 100 which is up 19.54% from the start of the year.

Exxon Mobil shares acquired 1.38% in pre-market trade following the report.

Exxon Mobil follows other significant Energy sector profits this month

Exxon Mobil’s report follows a revenues beat by Chevron on Friday, who reported EPS of $3.19 on income of $44.71B, compared to projections EPS of $2.21 on income of $40.27B.

Royal Dutch Shell B ADR had actually missed out on expectations on Thursday with 3rd quarter EPS of $1.06 on income of $60.04B, compared to anticipate for EPS of $1.37 on income of $61.17B.

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