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$MUSA, which markets retail motor fuel products & convenience merchandise, reported a higher 1Q16 profit on a gain on sale of assets and lower opex, even as revenue fell. It reported 1Q16 earnings of $85.9MM, or $2.08 per share, compared with $22.9MM, or $0.50 per share a year ago. Revenue fell 14% to $2.49Bil. $MUSA made $89.5MM from asset sale.
No better outlook on $MSFT. Even if the results beat a bit, the stock may move 4 to 6% higher, but won't go above $60.