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The firm reported on Tuesday that fourth-quarter earnings halved compared to the previous year to US$61mln, or 10 cents per share (EPS), from US$1.22bn, or 19 cents per share.
Revenue rose to US$14.05bn from US$13.1bn, also ahead of expectations of around US$13.6bn.
But for, 2016, the company said it expects "significant negative currency impact related to Venezuela."
Before the resumption of trading on Wall Street, shares were trading 1.7% lower in the pre-market trading, before nudging 0.77% higher in the regular session at US$30.21.