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Cisco (CSCO) earnings: Q3 2021 profit, revenue beat estimates

Cisco Systems Inc. (NASDAQ: CSCO) published third-quarter results Wednesday after the closing bell, reporting higher earnings and revenues that topped the Street view.

Cisco Q3 2021 earnings infographic

Adjusted earnings rose to $0.83 per share from $0.79 per share in the third quarter of 2020. Experts had predicted a slightly slower growth. Unadjusted net income, including special items, was $2.9 billion or $0.68 per share, up from last year’s profit of $2.8 billion or $0.65 per share.

Driving the bottom-line growth, third-quarter revenues moved up 7% to $12.8 billion and topped expectations.


Read management/analysts’ comments on Cisco’s Q3 earnings


After gaining about 17% in the past twelve months, Cisco’s shares closed Wednesday’s session lower. The stock lost further during extended trading soon after the announcement.

Prior Performance

  • Cisco reports Q1 2021 earnings results
  • cisco q3 2020 earnings results
  • Cisco-Systems-Inc.-Q4-2020-Earnings-Infographic

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