Total Profit Beats Estimates as Cost Cuts Deepen Amid SlumpBy
Company will surpass $2.4 billion cost-reduction target
Oil and gas production grew 5 percent in second quarter
Total SA said profit fell 30 percent in the second quarter, beating analysts’ estimates as deeper cost cuts and rising production helped the French company offset the slump in crude prices and strikes at its domestic refineries.
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