Sales Surprise %, Last Interim

What is the definition of Sales Surprise %, Last Interim?

If a company releases a number higher or lower than the consensus (a combination of all the released estimates), this is known respectively as a positive or negative surprise.


Stockopedia explains Sales Surprise %, Last Interim...

An upside surprise - where a company reports higher earnings than analysts predicted - has often been observed to trigger an increase in the stock price.


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