Only one U.S.-listed company made more than UBS in the most recent quarter


Granted, it was more an accounting quirk rather than hard money entering its coffers, but UBS’s $28.88 billion profit in the second quarter was one for the record books.

It was reportedly the largest that any bank has ever reported.

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According to data compiled by FactSet, the UBS UBS, +0.60% profit was the second highest of any New York Stock Exchange or Nasdaq-listed company for the most recent quarter, trailing only Berkshire Hathaway’s BRK.B, +0.77% $35.91 billion, and topping Microsoft’s MSFT, +0.12% $20.1 billion profit.

Here’s how other companies fared this period.

Symbol Name Net Inc Before Extra & Disc Op, in millions of dollars
BRK.B Berkshire Hathaway Inc. Class B 35,912.0
UBS UBS Group AG 28,875.0
MSFT Microsoft Corporation 20,081.0
AAPL Apple Inc. 19,881.0
GOOG Alphabet Inc. Class C 18,368.0
JPM JPMorgan Chase & Co. 14,384.0
TM Toyota Motor Corp. Sponsored ADR 9,534.9
WMT Walmart Inc. 7,891.0
XOM Exxon Mobil Corporation 7,880.0
META Meta Platforms Inc. Class A 7,788.0
BAC Bank of America Corp 7,408.0
CHL China Mobile Limited Sponsored ADR 6,852.6
AMZN, Inc. 6,750.0
HSBC HSBC Holdings PLC Sponsored ADR 6,639.0
NVDA NVIDIA Corporation 6,188.0
CVX Chevron Corporation 6,010.0
TSM Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., Ltd. Sponsored ADR 5,918.5
PBR Petroleo Brasileiro SA Sponsored ADR 5,813.7
UNH UnitedHealth Group Incorporated 5,474.0
JNJ Johnson & Johnson 5,144.0
WFC Wells Fargo & Company 4,938.0
BABA Alibaba Group Holding Limited Sponsored ADR 4,890.5
HD Home Depot, Inc. 4,659.0
VZ Verizon Communications Inc. 4,648.0
T AT&T Inc. 4,489.0
CMCSA Comcast Corporation Class A 4,248.0
Source: FactSet/UBS

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