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Walgreens Boots Earnings, Revenue Beat in Q4 By Investing.com


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Walgreens Boots (NASDAQ) reported Thursday that the fourth quarter beat analyst forecasts, and that revenue exceeded expectations.

Walgreens Boots reported earnings per share at $1.17 on revenues of $34.26B. Investing.com polled analysts and predicted an EPS of $1.02 for revenue of $33.01B.

Walgreens Boots shares rose 18.51% over the first of the year but are down 17.15% against its 52 week peak of $57.04 on April 6. They outperform the Dow Jones by 12.32%, up from its start.

Walgreens Boots joins other important earnings in the Services sector for this month

Walgreens Boots reports on Paychex earnings beat on September 30, which reported EPS $0.89 on $1.08B revenue, while forecasts predicted EPS $0.8009 of revenue of $1.04B.

Cintas beat all expectations with its first quarter earnings per share of $3.11 (revenue $1.9B), compared to the forecast of EPS at $2.76 for revenue $1.88B.

Keep up to date with all the earnings reports coming soon by visiting Investing.com’s earnings calendar

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Mike Robinson
Mike covers the financial, utilities and biotechnology sectors for Street Register. He has been writing about investment and personal finance topics for almost 12 years. Mike has an MBA in Finance from Wake Forest University.