The bad news for XELA stock starts with the company’s adjusted earnings per share (EPS) loss of $3.22. That’s a massive miss next to Wall Street’s estimate of -$1.20 per share, even if it is better than the -$6.60 per share reported in the same period last year.
Investors following XELA stock will note that this isn’t the first time the company has missed EPS estimates in recent history. In fact, Exela has failed to surpass EPS estimates in its previous four earnings reports.
The company’s revenue of $266.8 million isn’t helping matters. That figure is nowhere close to the $285.25 million analysts had expected. It’s also a 9% drop from the $293 million reported in Q2 2021.
This decrease in revenue is due to a 12.6% year-over-year (YOY) decrease in ITPS revenue. XELA attributes this drop to a network outage experienced during the quarter.
Executive Chairman Par Chadha said the following in Exela’s earnings report:
“Our business is prepared for tomorrow with tenured management and many additional new leaders with fresh ideas, who together are working on improving operating results while combating headwinds from the strong dollar, tight job markets, inflation and a network outage.”
XELA stock is down about 12% as of Wednesday morning.
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