Twilio (NYSE: TWLO) Third Quarter 2022 Results
Main financial results
- Revenue: $983.0 million (up 33% compared to Q3 2021).
- Net loss: $482.3 million (expanded loss of 115% from Q3 2021).
- Loss of $2.63 per share (still deteriorated from the loss of $1.26 in 3Q 2021).
All figures shown in the table above are for the 12 month period (TTM)
Twilio revenue beats expectations, EPS falls short
Revenue beat analysts’ estimates by 1.0%. Earnings per share (EPS) missed analysts’ estimates by 34%.
Going forward, revenue is expected to grow by an average of 21% per year over the next 3 years, compared to an 11% growth forecast for the IT industry in the United States.
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Shares of the company are down 43% from a week ago.
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