Investing.com - Total ADR reported first quarter earnings that beat analysts' expectations on Thursday and revenue that fell short of forecasts.
The firm reported earnings per share of 1.1 on revenue of 38.63B. Analysts polled by Investing.com expected EPS of 0.8862 on revenue of 41.83B. .
Total ADR shares lost 2.01% to trade at 44.95 in intra-day trade following the report.
Total ADR follows other major Energy sector earnings this month
On Thursday, Royal Dutch Shell B ADR reported first quarter EPS of 0.84 on revenue of 55.67B, compared to forecasts of EPS of 0.7917 on revenue of 62.93B.
BP ADR earnings beat analyst's expectations on Tuesday, with first quarter EPS of 0.777 on revenue of 36.49B. Investing.com analysts expected EPS of 0.4389 on revenue of 52.04B
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