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'If you're out of quarterly earnings, I'll take the assets and liabilities breakdown.'
'The quarterly earnings don't look good. We seem to be in a bit of a slump.'
"The quarterly earnings don't look good. We seem to be in a bit of a slump."
'Great news this quarter! Losses are up in smoke, profits are high, and we're seeing lots of green!'
"As you can see here, there were a few downticks, followed by a few upticks, finishing off with some antics."
"I liked it better when you used gobbledygook."
"Mitchell will now review the quarterly earnings. Please fasten seat belts and place chairs in upright position."
'That's why we enjoyed big profits this quarter, because we're not hiring.'
"This quarter looks awful so I instructed accounting to pad the books."
"Regarding earnings guidance, as my mother used to say: 'If you can't say something nice, don't say anything'. I'll be shutting up now."