Investing.com – Willis Towers Watson (NASDAQ:) reported on Thursday 2nd quarter that beat experts’ projections and profits that disappointed expectations.
Willis Towers Watson revealed revenues per share of $2.32 on profits of $2.03B. Analysts surveyed by Investing.com prepared for EPS of $2.3 on profits of $2.07B.
Willis Towers Watson shares are up 3% from the start of the year, still down 18.63% from its 52 week high of $249.70 set on October 15, 2021. They are outshining the Nasdaq which is down 23.09% from the start of the year.
Willis Towers Watson follows other significant Financial sector revenues this month
Willis Towers Watson’s report follows a revenues beat by Berkshire Hathaway A on July 19, who reported EPS of $4774.01 on profits of $70.81B, compared to projections EPS of $4277.66 on profits of $70.32B.
JPMorgan had actually missed out on expectations on July 14 with 2nd quarter EPS of $2.76 on profits of $30.72B, compared to anticipate for EPS of $2.89 on profits of $31.86B.
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