Stock Groups

Willis Towers Watson Earnings Beat, Revenue Misses In Q3 -Breaking


© Reuters. Willis Towers Watson Revenues Misses Q3

Willis Towers Watson (NASDAQ 🙂 released its third quarter results on Thursday. They beat analyst forecasts, and reported revenue that was below expectations.

Willis Towers Watson reported earnings per share at $1.73 on $1.97B in revenue. Investing.com polled analyst to predict EPS at $1.59 on $2.1B revenue.

Willis Towers Watson shares have risen 36.39% since the start of the year. However, they are still 11.63% below their 52-week high of $271.87 on May 10. They outperform the TR UK50, which has increased 10.01% since the beginning of the year.

Willis Towers Watson is following other financial sector major earnings this month

Willis Towers Watson reported on an earnings beat achieved by JPMorgan in October 13. JPMorgan reports EPS $3.74 for revenue $30.44B. Forecasts are for EPS $3 on revenue $29.79B.

UnitedHealth beat all expectations with a third quarter earnings per share of $4.52 on $72.34B in revenue, as compared to a forecast of EPS at $4.42 for $71.38B.

You can keep up to date on the latest earnings reports at www.investors.com Investing.com’s earnings calendar

Disclaimer Fusion MediaWe remind you that this site does not contain accurate or real-time data. CFDs are stocks, indexes or futures. The prices of Forex and CFDs are not supplied by exchanges. They are instead provided by market makers. As such, the prices might not reflect market values and could be incorrect. Fusion Media is not responsible for trading losses that may be incurred as a consequence of the use of this data.

Fusion MediaFusion Media and anyone associated with it will not assume any responsibility for losses or damages arising from the use of this information. This includes data including charts and buy/sell signal signals. Trading the financial markets is one of most risky investment options. Please make sure you are fully aware about the costs and risks involved.



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.