The Home Depot, Inc. (NYSE: HD) reported stronger-than-expected earnings and revenues for the second quarter of 2022 amid continued increase in the demand for home improvement products.
Second-quarter net income moved up to $5.17 billion or $5.05 per share from $4.81 billion or $4.53 per share in the same period of 2021. The latest number also exceeded analysts’ estimates.
Earnings benefitted from a 7% increase in net sales to $43.8 billion, which also came in above the consensus estimates. Total comparable store sales grew by 5.8%. Meanwhile, the management reaffirmed its financial guidance for fiscal 2022.
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“In the second quarter, we delivered the highest quarterly sales and earnings in our company’s history. Our performance reflects continued strength in demand for home improvement projects. Our team has done a fantastic job serving our customers while continuing to navigate a challenging and dynamic environment.,” said Ted Decker, CEO of Home Depot.
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