T Past Earnings Q&A
What was the best and worst T past earnings results?
For AT&T, I'm wondering what the company's very best and worst earnings results have been, on an earnings per share basis?
The highest T past earnings result in our data set was 0.940/share posted in Q3 2019, while the lowest was in Q4 2012 when T posted 0.44/share.
The biggest top line earnings performance — aka revenue — quarter was in Q4 2018 when T reported 47.99B in revenue, while the quarter with the lowest revenue in our data set was Q1 2013 at 31.36B of revenue.
There are 39 T past earnings results in our data set.
On this page we presented the T past earnings date information for AT&T. Reviewing that
AT&T Past Earnings
for the company, we see that the highest past earnings result in our data set was in Q3 2019, when T posted adjusted EPS of 0.940/share. Meanwhile the lowest T past earnings result was in Q4 2012, when T posted adjusted EPS of 0.44/share. Turning to top line revenue performance, the biggest revenue quarter in our data set was seen in Q4 2018 when T reported 47.99B in revenue, while the smallest revenue quarter was Q1 2013 when T reported 31.36B in revenue.
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