PARIS (Reuters) - Oil major Total
Total said second-quarter net income, excluding one-offs and unrealized gains or losses related to changes in the value of fuel inventories, was 2.79 billion euros ($4.01 billion), below the 2.85 billion average forecast in a Reuters analysts poll.
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In dollar terms, Total's underlying result was up 7 percent, far below the performance of rivals Royal Dutch Shell
(Reporting by Marie Maitre)