قالب وردپرس درنا توس
Home / Business / Nvidia has a Pascal problem, and the stock stems from earnings

Nvidia has a Pascal problem, and the stock stems from earnings



Nvidia Corp. shares threw in the extended session Thursday after the chip maker's earnings and prospects were less than Wall Street estimates, and crater formation in crypto sales helped build up an excess of older game play.

Nvidia

NVDA, + 2.64%

shares went 18% after hours, after a 2.6% increase to close the regular session of $ 202.39. Nvidia shares had already fallen 21.9% over the last three months, such as the PHLX Semiconductor Index

SOX, + 3.34%

has dropped 7.4% and the S & P 500 Index

SPX,

+ 1.06%

fell 4.1%.

"Gaming revenue was less than our expectations, and our fourth quarterly effects are affected by redundant channel inventory of medium-sized Pascal products," said Nvidia Chief Finance Director Colette Kress in a statement. "We believe this is a closely related issue that will be corrected in one to two quarters, and still be confident in the competitive position and market opportunities."

Game revenue rose 13% from the previous year to $ 1.76 billion, but it was far below the Wall Street consensus of $ 1.91 billion.

On the call, Kress said that the quarter "included a cost of 57 million dollars for former architectural components and pills following the sharp fall of the cryptomy demand."

Already since last year's peak in crypto curves like bitcoin

BTCUSD, + 0.65%

More and more miners have sold their mining rigs, which means there has been a flood of used Pascal games and games from companies such as Advanced Micro Devices Inc.

AMD, + 3.27%

on the market.

Nvidia explained that it holds too many of its older generation Pascal chips. Pascal is the chip architecture, which is replaced by Nvidia's recently released Turing chip architecture for professionals and players.

It was corrupted by Nvidia's forecast for the fourth quarter as it tries to work down in that inventory. The company encouraged revenue of $ 2.65 billion to $ 2.75 billion, while analysts had an average turnover of $ 3.4 billion on average.

For the third quarter, the company reported net revenues of $ 1.23 billion, or $ 1.97 per share, compared to $ 838 billion, or $ 1.33 per share, in the period since. On a fully adjusted basis, which extends equity compensation, revenues were $ 1.84 per share. Analysts on average expected Nvidia to report GAAP revenues of $ 1.71 per share and adjusted earnings of $ 1.93 per share.

Revenues rose to $ 3.18 billion from $ 2.64 billion in the quarter. Wall Street expected revenues of $ 3.24 billion from Nvidia.

Data center sales increased 58% to $ 792 million, while Street expected $ 819 million. Professional visualization sales increased 28% to $ 305 million against Street's estimated $ 282 million. Car sales increased by 19% to $ 172 million, while analysts expected, and OEM & IP sales fell 23% to $ 148 million against Street's $ 116 million estimate.

More: The Turing Test Has Arrived For Nvidia

Of the 35 analysts covering Nvidia, 24 buy or overweight, 10 have team marks and one has a seller rating with an average price target of $ 285 , 94.

Get the best tech stories of the day delivered to your inbox. Subscribe to MarketWatch's free Tech Daily Newsletter. Sign up here.


Source link