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achieved a significant milestone in its first-quarter earnings report, helped by rising oil costs and a slimmed-down enterprise mannequin. The corporate’s money move lined its dividend and capital expenditures. Just some months in the past, analysts have been speculating that Exxon may need to chop its dividend.
Exxon (ticker: XOM) on Friday reported adjusted earnings of 65 cents a share, a nickel forward of Wall Road estimates. Its income of $59 billion outpaced expectations for $56 billion.
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