General Motors reported adjusted diluted earnings of $2.25 per share, which is more than double the Wall Street forecast of $1.04 per share. Revenues slipped modestly from last year to $32.47 billion, coming in shy of estimates.
"These strong results demonstrate once again the underlying strength of our business, especially in North America and China, and at GM Financial," said CEO Mary Barra. "We continue to execute our strategy and make significant progress on our transition to an all-electric future with the growth opportunities it creates."
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