Funko (NASDAQ:FNKO) stock is taking a beating on Thursday following the release of its fourth-quarter and full-year 2022 earnings report.
The bad news for FNKO stock starts with its adjusted EPS of -35 cents for Q4. That’s a major miss compared to Wall Street’s estimate of -10 cents per share. It also represents a massive shift from the 38 cents per share reported in Q4 2021.
To go along with that, Funko reported Q4 revenue of $333.04 million. Yet again, that failed to reach the $317.59 million in revenue that analysts expected. It’s also a 1% drop from the $336.27 million reported the same time last year.
FNKO Stock Hurt by Outlook
Funko’s guidance isn’t helping matters. The company expects a loss of between $1 and 90 cents per share and revenue between $225 million and $255 million in Q1 2023. This would see Funko miss Wall Street’s estimates of 6 cents per share on revenue of $295.61 million during the period.
In addition, Funko’s full-year 2023 outlook has it expecting revenue growth of between 0% and 5%. Wall Street is looking for revenue of $1.36 billion this year. The company reported revenue of $1.32 billion in 2022.
Funko also announced a new CFO and Chief Operating Officer yesterday. Steve Nave is taking on both of these roles. Nave joins the company after serving as a consultant since December 2022, which saw him work alongside CEO Brian Mariotti.
FNKO stock is down 28% in pre-market trading on Thursday.
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