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BP's sales grow, earnings drop

The oil giant wasn't able to keep pace with 2021's first quarter, though the company remains far ahead of its USD 17.5 billion deficit from the second quarter of 2020.

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You wouldn't think it were the same company when comparing oil supermajor BP's financials for the second quarter with those of the same period last year.

BP lost as much as USD 17.5 billion in the second quarter of 2020, while the second quarter of 2021 has seen a profit of USD 3.35 billion.

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