Constitution Communications Earnings Miss, Income Beats In Q1 By Investing.com
© Reuters. Constitution Communications Earnings Miss, Income Beats In Q1
Investing.com – Constitution Communications (NASDAQ:) reported on Friday first quarter that missed analysts’ forecasts and income that topped expectations.
Constitution Communications introduced earnings per share of $4.11 on income of $12.52B. Analysts polled by Investing.com anticipated EPS of $4.25 on income of $12.5B.
Constitution Communications shares are up 1.27% from the start of the yr, nonetheless down 1.72% from its 52 week excessive of $681.71 set on December 8, 2020. They’re under-performing the S&P 500 which is up 12.12% from the beginning of the yr.
Constitution Communications follows different main Companies sector earnings this month
Constitution Communications’s report follows an earnings beat by Amazon.com on Thursday, who reported EPS of $15.79 on income of $108.52B, in comparison with forecasts EPS of $9.49 on income of $104.49B.
Visa A had beat expectations on Tuesday with second quarter EPS of $1.38 on income of $5.73B, in comparison with forecast for EPS of $1.27 on income of $5.56B.
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