Earnings Roundup: Nvidia Reports Q3 Earnings

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October 22, 2019

Here are some of the notable earnings reports just released.

After the Bell Thursday, Nov. 14:

Nvidia

Shares of the computing hardware company Nvidia ($NVDA) were up as the company beat expectations revenue and earnings per share.

  • Expected EPS: $1.57
  • Reported EPS: $1.78

  • Expected revenue: $2.9 billion

  • Reported revenue: $3.01 billion

After the Bell Tuesday, Nov. 12:

SmileDirectClub

Shares of the teledentistry company SmileDirectClub ($SDC) fell after hours trading even as the company beat earnings expectations in the first report since its IPO.

  • Expected EPS: -$0.98
  • Reported EPS: -$0.89

  • Expected revenue: $165.44 million

  • Reported revenue: $180.2 million

Tilray

Tilray ($TLRY), a Canadian cannabis company, beat revenue expectations in its third quarter earnings report, but posted a larger-than-expected earnings per share loss. Shares were down in after hours trading.

  • Expected EPS: -$0.29
  • Reported EPS: -$0.36

  • Expected revenue: $49.45 million

  • Reported revenue: $51.1 million

After the Bell Thursday, Nov. 7:

Disney

Shares of Disney ($DIS) soared in after hours trading after the company beat earnings expectations. The impressive release comes just days ahead of the launch of Disney+, the company's streaming service.

  • Expected EPS: $0.95
  • Reported EPS: $1.07

  • Expected revenue: $19.04 billion

  • Reported revenue: $19.1 billion

Activision Blizzard, Inc.

Activision Blizzard ($ATVI), a video game company, beat expectations in its third quarter earnings report, but posted overall declining profits and forecasted lower-than-expected revenue for the coming holiday season. Shares were down in after hours trading.

  • Expected EPS: $0.23
  • Reported EPS: $0.38

  • Expected revenue: $1.16 billion

  • Reported revenue: $1.28 billion

Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc.

Take-Two Interactive Software ($TTWO) beat revenue expectations but fell far short of hitting its expected earnings per share.

  • Expected EPS: $1.68
  • Reported EPS: $0.63

  • Expected revenue: $925.56 million

  • Reported revenue: $950.5 million

GoPro

Reporting high demand for its new Hero camera, GoPro ($GPRO) handily beat third quarter revenue estimates. Shares were way up in after hours trading.

  • Expected EPS: $-0.48
  • Reported EPS: $-0.42

  • Expected revenue: $126.35 million

  • Reported revenue: $131.2 million

Dropbox

Dropbox ($DBX) posted better-than-expected earnings that were fueled in part by an increase in paying users.

  • Expected EPS: $0.11
  • Reported EPS: $0.13

  • Expected revenue: $423.48 million

  • Reported revenue: $428.2 million

Booking Holdings

Booking Holdings ($BKNG) beat earnings expectations Thursday, boosting the travel booking site company’s stock after a down day of trading.

  • Expected EPS: $44.57
  • Reported EPS: $45.36

  • Expected revenue: $5.07 billion

  • Reported revenue: $5.08 billion

After the Bell Tuesday, Nov. 5:

Weight Watchers

Shares in Weight Watchers ($WW) drop 15 percent after mixed Q3 earnings report.

  • Expected EPS: $0.66
  • Reported EPS: $0.68

  • Expected revenue: $352.72 million

  • Reported revenue: $349 million

Match Group

Shares in Match Group ($MTCH) fall in after hours trading, though the company beat Q3 earnings estimates. The company reported higher revenue and earnings per share.

  • Expected EPS: $0.42
  • Reported EPS: $0.51

  • Expected revenue: $540.58 million

  • Reported revenue: $541.5 million

Altice USA

Altice USA ($ATUS) reported slightly lower earnings per share and revenue in its Q3 earnings report. (Altice is the parent company of Cheddar) * Expected EPS: $0.15 * Reported EPS: $0.12

  • Expected revenue: $2.477 billion
  • Reported revenue: $2.44 billion

After the Bell Monday, Nov. 4:

Uber

Shares in Uber ($UBER) dropped after earnings and revenue beat estimates, but the company reported more than $1 billion quarterly loss its Q3 earnings report.

  • Expected EPS: -$0.81
  • Reported EPS: -$0.68

  • Expected revenue: $3.69 billion

  • Reported revenue: $3.81 billion

Shake Shack

Shares in Shake Shack ($SHAK) fell after a mixed Q3 earnings report. The company reported higher earnings per share but missed on revenue.

  • Expected EPS: $0.21
  • Reported EPS: $0.26

  • Expected revenue: $157.83 million

  • Reported revenue: $157.8 million

The Real Real

The Real Real ($REAL) reported slightly higher earnings per share and higher revenue in its Q3 earnings report. Shares jumped in after hours trading.

  • Expected EPS: $0.31
  • Reported EPS: -$0.30

  • Expected revenue: $75.92 million

  • Reported revenue: $80.5 million

After the Bell Thursday:

Pinterest

Shares in Pinterest ($PINS) dropped after missing revenue expectations and earnings per share in its Q3 earnings report.

  • Expected EPS: -$0.04
  • Reported EPS: -$0.23

  • Expected revenue: $280.62 million

  • Reported revenue: $280 million

After the Bell Wednesday:

Apple

Shares in Apple ($AAPL) jumped after hours Wednesday on news that the tech giant beat expectations for both revenue and earnings per share in its Q4 earnings report.

  • Expected EPS: $2.84
  • Reported EPS: $3.03

  • Expected revenue: $62.99 billion

  • Reported revenue: $64.04 billion

Starbucks

Starbucks ($SBUX) earnings per share and revenue both came in right about on target in its Q3 earnings report Wednesday, sending stocks up in after-hours trading.

  • Expected EPS: $0.70
  • Reported EPS: $0.70

  • Expected revenue: $6.68 billion

  • Reported revenue: $6.7 billion

Lyft

Shares in Lyft ($LYFT) got a boost Wednesday on news that the rideshare company beat expectations for both earnings per share and revenue in its Q3 earnings report.

  • Expected EPS: -$1.66
  • Reported EPS: -$1.57

  • Expected revenue: $915.04 million

  • Reported revenue: $955.6 million

Facebook

Facebook ($FB) logged two wins in its Q3 earnings report, beating expectations for both earnings per share and revenue. Stocks ticked up in after-hours trading on the earnings wins.

  • Expected EPS: $1.91
  • Reported EPS: $2.12

  • Expected revenue: $17.37 billion

  • Reported revenue: $17.65 billion

After the Bell Tuesday:

Mattel

Shares of Mattel ($MAT) soared after-hours Tuesday after the toy maker reported strong earnings across the board and significant growth in dolls and Barbie sales.

  • Expected EPS: $0.16
  • Reported EPS: $0.26

  • Expected revenue: $1.43 billion

  • Reported revenue: $1.48 billion

Electronic Arts

Electronic Arts ($EA) narrowly missed earnings per share expectations, but beat its expected revenue. The earnings report released Tuesday sent the video game company’s shares up roughly 1.5 percent in after-hours trading.

  • Expected EPS: $0.86
  • Reported EPS: $0.78

  • Expected revenue: $1.25 billion

  • Reported revenue: $1.28 billion

After the Bell Monday:

Alphabet

Shares in Google’s parent company Alphabet ($GOOGL) slipped after-hours on Monday after the company reported a revenue win in its Q3 earnings but a miss on expected earnings per share.

  • Expected EPS: $12.42
  • Reported EPS: $10.12

  • Expected revenue: $40.32 billion

  • Reported revenue: $40.49 billion

T-Mobile

T-Mobile ($TMUS) stock slipped after-hours on a mixed Q3 earnings report which showed the wireless giant beating earnings per share expectations but missing revenue estimates.

  • Expected EPS: $0.96
  • Reported EPS: $1.01

  • Expected revenue: $11.32 billion

  • Reported revenue: $11.1 billion

Beyond Meat

Plant-based meat producer Beyond Meat ($BYND) beat earnings per share and revenue estimates in its Q3 earnings report on Monday, and it also raised year-end outlook. Still, stocks dropped on the report’s release.

  • Expected EPS: $0.03
  • Reported EPS: $0.06

  • Expected revenue: $82.23 million

  • Reported revenue: $92 million

After the Bell Thursday:

Visa

Visa ($V) hit earnings per share and revenue estimates in its Q4 earnings report, released after the bell Thursday.

  • Expected EPS: $1.4
  • Reported EPS: $1.47

  • Expected revenue: $6.08 billion

  • Reported revenue: $6.1 billion

Intel

Intel ($INTC) shares jumped in after hours trading after the company posted impressive earnings that beat revenue and earnings per share expectations.

  • Expected EPS: $1.24
  • Reported EPS: $1.42

  • Expected revenue: $18.04 billion

  • Reported revenue: $19.19 billion

Amazon

Although Amazon ($AMZN) beat expected revenue numbers in Q3, the tech giant missed expected earnings per share, sending stocks plummeting in after-hours trading.

  • Expected EPS: $4.62
  • Reported EPS: $4.23

  • Expected revenue: $68.81 billion

  • Reported revenue: $70 billion

Before the Bell Thursday:

Twitter

Twitter ($TWTR) shares plummeted in premarket trading hours Thursday after the company posted disappointing earnings in Q3. The social media giant cited several “headwinds” that affected its revenue.

  • Expected EPS: $0.20
  • Reported EPS: $0.17

  • Expected revenue: $874 million

  • Reported revenue: $823.7 million

After the Bell Wednesday:

Tesla

Electric car manufacturer Tesla ($TSLA) crushed the expected earnings per share in its Q3 earnings report Wednesday. However, the company fell just short of revenue expectations. Stocks soared in after-hours as the company announced it is expecting to exceed deliveries.

  • Expected EPS: $0.42
  • Reported EPS: $1.91

  • Expected revenue: $6.33 billion

  • Reported revenue: $6.3 billion

eBay

EBay ($EBAY) beat earnings per share in its Q3 earnings report released Wednesday, but came in just shy of expected revenue. Stocks were down in after-hours trading.

  • Expected EPS: $0.64
  • Reported EPS: $0.67

  • Expected revenue: $2.64 billion

  • Reported revenue: $2.6 billion

PayPal

PayPal ($PYPL) beat expectations for earnings per share and revenue in its Q3 earnings Wednesday. The stock, which is already up 15 percent for the year, was trading higher after the report’s release.

  • Expected EPS: $0.52
  • Reported EPS: $0.61

  • Expected revenue: $4.35 billion

  • Reported revenue: $4.38 billion

Ford

Ford Motor Company ($F) beat expected earnings per share in its Q3 earnings report Wednesday but came in just short of expected revenue. The stock fell in after-hours trading because the company is cutting its year-end outlook.

  • Expected EPS: $0.26
  • Reported EPS: $0.34

  • Expected revenue: $33.98 billion

  • Reported revenue: $33.93 billion

Microsoft

Microsoft ($MSFT) beat expected earnings per share, but came in slightly below revenue estimates in its 2020 Q1 earnings report released Wednesday.

  • Expected EPS: $1.25
  • Reported EPS: $1.38

  • Expected revenue: $32.23 billion

  • *Reported revenue: $33.1 billion

Before the Bell Wednesday:

Boeing

Boeing ($BA) reported mixed earnings Wednesday morning with a big miss on earnings per share, but slightly beating revenue estimates. The company's stock jumped in morning trading, though, on news that the company expects to get FAA approval to return its fleet of grounded 737 Max jets to service by the end of the year.

  • Expected EPS: $2.09
  • Reported EPS: $1.45

  • Expected revenue: $19.67 billion

  • Reported revenue: $19.98 million

After the Bell Tuesday:

Snap Inc.

Snap ($SNAP), the parent company of social media platform Snapchat, beat earnings and revenue expectations in Q3 according to an earnings report released after the bell Tuesday. The company also reported 210 million daily users, which beat analyst expectations of 206.1 million.

  • Expected EPS: -$0.05
  • Reported EPS: -$0.04

  • Expected revenue: $435.05 million

  • Reported revenue: $446 million

Chipotle

Fast food restaurant Chipotle ($CMG) beat earnings-per-share and revenue expectations in its Q3 earnings report, released Tuesday. The company also reported that digital sales grew 87.9 percent, making up 18.3 percent of sales for the quarter.

  • Expected EPS: $3.22
  • Reported EPS: $3.82

  • Expected revenue: $1.38 billion

  • Reported revenue: $1.4 billion

Chipotle earnings report released. / Cheddar

Before the Bell Tuesday:

McDonald's

The fast food giant ($MCD) missed on Q3 earnings-per-share and revenue, sinking its shares more than 4 percent.

  • Expected EPS: $2.21
  • Reported EPS: $2.11

  • Expected revenue: $5.5 billion

  • Reported revenue: $5.4 billion

Harley-Davidson

Iconic motorcycle manufacturer ($HOG) saw sales and revenue plunge — but not as much as Wall Street expected, which lifted its shares nearly 10 percent.

  • Expected EPS: $0.51
  • Reported EPS: $0.55

  • Expected revenue: $1.04 billion

  • Reported revenue: $1.27 billion

JetBlue

The airline ($JBLU) released better-than-expected numbers for the quarter sending its stocks flying more than 6 percent.

  • Expected EPS: $0.53
  • Reported EPS: $0.59

  • Expected revenue: $2.076 billion

  • Reported revenue: $2.086 billion

Lockheed Martin

Stocks somehow slumped for the aerospace and defense giant ($LMT) despite surpassing analyst expectations in its quarterly earnings.

  • Expected EPS: $5.03
  • Reported EPS: $5.66

  • Expected revenue: $14.87 billion

  • Reported revenue: $15.17 billion

After the Bell Monday:

TD Ameritrade

The online trading firm ($AMTD) exceeded expectations in earnings for its fourth quarter.

  • Expected EPS: $0.93
  • Reported EPS: $1.05

  • Expected revenue: $1.6 billion

  • Reported revenue: $1.47 billion