Why Investors Should Keep an Eye on Nvidia, Pinterest and Luckin
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Nvidia Post-Earnings Real Money Stock of the Day Nvidia posted earnings that beat expectations after the bell Thursday.
Adjusted earnings in Nvidia's first quarter were 88 cents a share, beating forecasts by 30 cents.
Revenue fell to $2.22 billion from $3.21 billion a year ago and came in roughly in-line with forecasts of $2.2 billion.
Gaming revenue of $1.06 billion beat forecasts, while data center revenue declined 10% from a year earlier to $664 million.
Last night, right before the earnings call, shares of Nvidia were up nearly 7%.
However, after the call started and CFO Collette Kress disclosed that Nvidia would be going from yearly guidance to quarterly guidance, shares were only up around 2%.
Pinterest Post-Earnings Pinterest failed to impress investors when the company released its first earnings report.
The adjusted loss in the quarter narrowed to 32 cents a share from 38 cents a year earlier but was wider than forecasts that called for a loss of 11 cents.
Revenue in the first quarter rose 54% to $202 million, ahead of analysts' estimates of $200.7 million.
The company promptly fell 15% in after-hours trading Thursday night.
Luckin's Gearing Up for Its IPO Luckin Coffee's initial public offering was priced at the higher end of its target range, setting up a debut Friday on the Nasdaq that will value the China-based rival to Starbucks at more than $4.2 billion.
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