Earnings History

“Our team delivered an impressive quarter. As demand increased, we continued to control costs and generated higher profit margins,” said Caterpillar CEO Jim Umpleby. “While a number of our end markets remain challenged, construction in China and gas compression in North America were highlights in the quarter. Mining and oil-related activities have come off of recent lows, and we are seeing improving demand for construction in most regions.” 

Profit per Share - Diluted (no exclusions)

 

 

Previously Reported Recast Less
2017 FY $1.67 $1.67 Less
  Q2 $1.35 $1.35 Less
  Q1 $0.32 $0.32 Less
2016 FY ($0.11)
($0.11) Less
  Q4 ($2.00) ($2.00) Less
  Q3 $0.48 $0.48 Less
  Q2 $0.93 $0.93 Less
  Q1 $0.46 $0.46 Less
2015 FY $3.50 $4.18 Less
  Q4 ($0.15) ($0.16) Less
  Q3 $0.62 $0.94 Less
  Q2 $1.16 $1.31 Less
  Q1 $1.81 $2.03 Less
2014 FY $5.88 $3.90 Less
  Q4 $1.23 ($1.36) Less
  Q3 $1.63 $1.86 Less
  Q2 $1.57 $1.73 Less
  Q1 $1.44 $1.59 Less
2013 FY $5.75 $9.95 Less
2012 FY $8.48 $8.06 Less
2011 FY $7.40 $4.48 Less

 

***Recast PPS includes restructuring, pension and mark-to-market adjustments.
    2011-2013 were only recast for the full year, quarters are not available.
    Periods prior to 2011 have not been recast.

($2.00)
($2.00)

A complete stock split history for Caterpillar is available here.