HPQ Past Earnings Q&A
What was the best and worst HPQ past earnings results?
For HP, I'm wondering what the company's very best and worst earnings results have been, on an earnings per share basis?
The highest HPQ past earnings result in our data set was 1.16/share posted in Q4 2012, while the lowest was in Q4 2016 when HPQ posted 0.36/share.
The biggest top line earnings performance — aka revenue — quarter was in Q2 2012 when HPQ reported 30.69B in revenue, while the quarter with the lowest revenue in our data set was Q2 2016 at 11.59B of revenue.
There are 42 HPQ past earnings results in our data set.
On this page we presented the HPQ past earnings date information for HP. Reviewing that
HP Past Earnings
for the company, we see that the highest past earnings result in our data set was in Q4 2012, when HPQ posted adjusted EPS of 1.16/share. Meanwhile the lowest HPQ past earnings result was in Q4 2016, when HPQ posted adjusted EPS of 0.36/share. Turning to top line revenue performance, the biggest revenue quarter in our data set was seen in Q2 2012 when HPQ reported 30.69B in revenue, while the smallest revenue quarter was Q2 2016 when HPQ reported 11.59B in revenue.
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