Verizon EPS - Earnings per Share 2006-2019 | VZ

Verizon annual and quarterly earnings per share history from 2006 to 2019. Earnings per share can be defined as a company's net earnings or losses attributable to common shareholders per diluted share base, which includes all convertible securities and debt, options and warrants.
  • Verizon EPS for the quarter ending September 30, 2019 was $1.25, a 5.04% increase year-over-year.
  • Verizon EPS for the twelve months ending September 30, 2019 was $3.88, a 50.64% decline year-over-year.
  • Verizon 2018 annual EPS was $3.76, a 48.91% decline from 2017.
  • Verizon 2017 annual EPS was $7.36, a 129.28% increase from 2016.
  • Verizon 2016 annual EPS was $3.21, a 26.54% decline from 2015.
Verizon Annual EPS
2018 $3.76
2017 $7.36
2016 $3.21
2015 $4.37
2014 $2.42
2013 $4.00
2012 $0.31
2011 $0.85
2010 $0.90
2009 $1.72
2008 $-0.77
2007 $1.90
2006 $2.12
2005 $2.65
Verizon Quarterly EPS
Q3 2019 $1.25
Q2 2019 $0.95
Q1 2019 $1.22
Q4 2018 $0.46
Q3 2018 $1.19
Q2 2018 $1.00
Q1 2018 $1.11
Q4 2017 $4.56
Q3 2017 $0.89
Q2 2017 $1.07
Q1 2017 $0.84
Q4 2016 $1.09
Q3 2016 $0.89
Q2 2016 $0.17
Q1 2016 $1.06
Q4 2015 $1.32
Q3 2015 $0.99
Q2 2015 $1.04
Q1 2015 $1.02
Q4 2014 $-0.63
Q3 2014 $0.89
Q2 2014 $1.01
Q1 2014 $1.15
Q4 2013 $1.76
Q3 2013 $0.78
Q2 2013 $0.78
Q1 2013 $0.68
Q4 2012 $-1.48
Q3 2012 $0.56
Q2 2012 $0.64
Q1 2012 $0.59
Q4 2011 $-0.72
Q3 2011 $0.49
Q2 2011 $0.57
Q1 2011 $0.51
Q4 2010 $0.93
Q3 2010 $0.23
Q2 2010 $-0.42
Q1 2010 $0.16
Q4 2009 $0.21
Q3 2009 $0.41
Q2 2009 $0.52
Q1 2009 $0.58
Q4 2008 $-2.59
Q3 2008 $0.59
Q2 2008 $0.66
Q1 2008 $0.57
Q4 2007 $0.37
Q3 2007 $0.44
Q2 2007 $0.58
Q1 2007 $0.51
Q4 2006 $0.35
Q3 2006 $0.66
Q2 2006 $0.55
Q1 2006 $0.56
Q4 2005 $0.60
Q3 2005 $0.67
Q2 2005 $0.75
Q1 2005 $0.63
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Computer and Technology Wireless - National Providers $253.069B $130.863B
Verizon Communications Inc. is one of the largest communication technology companies. Its Wireless segment offers wireless voice and data services; Internet access on various smart and basic phones, notebook computers, and tablets; and multimedia access, business-focused, location-based, global data, home phone handsets, and high-speed Internet services, as well as network access and value added services to support wireless connections for the Internet of Things (IoT). The Company's Wireline segment offers high-speed Internet, Fios Internet, and Fios video services; voice services, such as local exchange, regional and long distance calling, and voice messaging services, as well as Voice over Internet protocol services; network products and solutions comprising private Internet protocol (IP), public Internet, Ethernet, and optical networking services; IT infrastructure services that include collocation and managed hosting services; cloud services, which comprise computing, storage, backup, and recovery.
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