— United Rentals, Inc. (NYSE: URI) reported earnings of $5.60 per share in the fourth-quarter 2019, vs. $5.21 per share expected.
— Total revenue rose 6.5% $2.45 billion, vs. $2.41 billion expected, helped by 3.7% growth in rental revenues.
— For FY20, expects $9.4 – $9.8 billion in total revenues and $4.35 – $4.55 billion in adjusted EBITDA.
— URI stock was modestly up immediately following the announcement.
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