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Uber首份财报符合预期

Kevin Kelleher 2019年06月04日

Uber称,2019年第一季度收入增长20%,当季净亏损10.1亿美元,每股亏损2.26美元。

在跻身近几年IPO规模最大的科技股之列三周后,Uber于上周四披露了该公司历史上的第一份财报——收入增长20%,净亏损略高于10亿美元,均符合投资者预期。

Uber称,2019年第一季度收入增长20%,达到30.1亿美元,动力来自于运送乘客次数增长36%以及拼车总交易额上升34%,达到146亿美元。当季净亏损10.1亿美元,每股亏损2.26美元。

华尔街分析师此前预计该公司的收入为30.8亿美元,净亏损10.1亿美元。

Uber的首席执行官达拉·科斯罗萨西在一份声明中表示:“本月初我们迈出了重要一步,成为一家上市公司。现在我们的重点是实施我们的策略。我们的全球性业务覆盖仍然是我们区别于其他公司的重要因素。同时,在我们开展业务的所有地区,我们仍然是拼车行业的领跑者。”

在2019年上市的这批知名科技公司中,Uber是最显眼的一个。该公司在5月10日完成首发,融资81亿美元,发行价为每股45美元,处于44美元至50美元预测区间的低端。

从那时起,Uber在股市上基本被视为令人失望的对象,上市后的股价一直低于首发价。上周二Uber报收于39.80美元,下跌0.3%。

上周四下午披露业绩后,Uber股价发生震荡,市后交易中一度上涨1%,达到40.2美元,随后又下跌1%,降至39.42美元。

将IPO推迟多年,而后在2019年上市的其他知名科技公司首次披露的业绩均未达到投资者预期。

5月初,Lyft出人意料地披露了高达11亿美元的净亏损,从而引发对拼车业务模式前景的质疑,该公司股价随即重挫。Pinterest发布预警称,将于今年晚些时候出炉的业绩可能低于分析师预期,股价同样大幅下滑。(财富中文网)

译者:Charlie

审校:夏林

Three weeks after staging one of the biggest tech IPOs in years, Uber delivered its first-ever earnings report last Thursday, with revenue growing 20% and a net loss of just over $1 billion. Both figures were in line with investor expectations.

Uber said revenue advanced 20% to $3.01 billion in the first quarter of 2019, propelled by a 36% increase in the number of trips and a 34% increase in ride-sharing gross bookings, which totaled $14.6 billion. The company’s net loss was $1.01 billion, or $2.26 a share.

Wall Street analysts had forecast revenue of $3.08 billion and a net loss of $1.01 billion.

“Earlier this month we took the important step of becoming a public company, and we are now focused on executing our strategy,” Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi said in a statement. “Our global reach continues to be an important differentiator, and we maintained leadership of the ride-sharing category in every region we serve.”

Uber’s IPO was the most prominent offering among a group of brand-name tech companies going public in 2019. The company raised $8.1 billion for the ride-sharing company on May 10 after offering its stock at $45 a share, a price that was at the low end of the expected range between $44 a share and $50 a share.

Since then, Uber’s stock has largely been seen as a disappointment, trading below its offering price since debuting on the market. It closed official trading last Tuesday down 0.3% at $39.80 a share.

After its earnings report last Thursday afternoon, Uber’s stock vacillated, rising 1% to $40.20 a share in after-hours trading, before dipping 1% below the closing price to $39.42 a share.

Other well-known tech companies that have gone public in 2019 after staving off their IPOs for years have disappointed investors when posting earnings for the first time.

Earlier May, Lyft’s stock tumbled after posting a surprisingly large $1.1 net billion loss, raising questions about the outlook for ride-sharing business models. Pinterest’s stock also sank after warning that its earnings may come in under analyst expectations later this year.

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