The Earnings Surprise page is a graphic representation of the consensus earnings estimate versus the reported earnings, expressed on both an absolute and a percentage basis for the last 4 quarters.
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Most Active Share Volume
|Symbol||Last Sale*||Change / Net %||Share Volume|
|$ 39.05||0.40 ▲ 1.03%||61,694,953|
|$ 102.64||1.58 ▲ 1.56%||61,622,467|
Sirius XM Holdings Inc.
|$ 3.48||0.04 ▼ 1.14%||56,476,509|
|$ 78.29||1.49 ▲ 1.94%||36,192,897|
|$ 46.56||0.50 ▼ 1.06%||32,778,158|
About the Earnings Surprise Page
Why Investors Care Investors can get an impression of how well a company is performing over time by how it performs relative to analyst's estimates. A company that consistently beats analyst's estimates tends to be thought of as performing better and better, outrunning expectations. A company falling behind expectations, especially over several quarters, may be having difficulty executing it's operational plans successfully, or the market may be deteriorating.
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