Above-Par Q2 Subscriber Guidance Discussing the Q2 guidance, analyst David Miller said the company’s earnings per share guidance of $0.15 was short of his estimate as well as the consensus estimate of $0.24. The analyst also said he estimates revenues of $2.76 billion and EBIT of $217.4 million. The potential earnings shortfall, according to Miller, is due to substantially higher marketing spend the management is estimating to support an array of original series set to hit the platform in the current quarter, highlighted by Season 5 of “House of Cards.” Dwelling on the subscriber guidance, the analyst said the company’s domestic subscriber guidance of 0.6 million was ahead of his estimate of 0.21 million and the consensus estimate of 0.19 million. International subscriber number was guided to 2.60 million, also ahead of his estimate and the consensus of 1.50 million and 1.48 million, respectively. Further Examination Of Uncomplicated Methods In Guidance For Selection InterviewQ1: A Mixed Bag Reviewing the Q1 results, Loop Capital Markets looked at the following metrics: Revenues: $2.64 billion, slightly below the firm’s estimate of $2.65 billion, but in line with the consensus. EBIT: $256.9 million, short of its estimate of $269.1 million (secondary cost items such as marketing, technology/development and SG&A were blamed for the shortfall). SG&A: materially higher than projected. GAAP EPS: $0.40 vs. the firm’s estimate of $0.39 and the consensus estimate of $0.37 (The reported net income included a $13.6 million prop on a forex reversal, as well as a cash tax rate.) Aggregate global streaming subscriber base : 98.8 million, below the firm’s estimate of 99.1 million (Domestic vs. International break-up at 50.9 million vs.
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Families recall socializing with the Macrons in the summer, drinking an aperitif on the beach while children played together. Gregoire Campion, 62, has known the couple for about 20 years. He talks about Macron as “Manu, a cool guy, open-minded.” “I thought it was a wonderful (love) story. On top of that he was very well-accepted by Brigitte’s children,” Campion said. “It’s a proof of commitment, the same way as he commits himself for France.” Until recent months, Macron could be seen walking to the tennis club, taking out the garbage, shopping with his wife. Jacques Guilbert, a former member of the Socialist Party in his 60s, joined Macron’s movement, En Marche! (In Motion!), created a year ago. He said he was convinced by his “friendly” and “simple” style. “When you are facing him, he looks you in the eyes, and he listens to you without interrupting.
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