Safe & Green (NASDAQ:SGBX) stock is heading higher on Thursday following the release of its earnings report for the fourth quarter of 2022.
This is despite the company reporting diluted earnings per share of -24 cents. While that’s an improvement year-over-year (YOY) from -32 cents, it missed Wall Street’s estimate of -8 cents per share for the quarter.
Moving on, the Safe & Green Holdings earnings report also includes revenue of $4.1 million. That’s below the $6.9 million that Wall Street was expecting. It’s also a drop from the $8.5 million reported in the fourth quarter of 2021.
Safe & Green Holdings explains that the drops in its EPS and revenue are due to Covid-19 testing sites shutting down. Without them, the company lost out on a significant source of revenue.
What the Future Holds for SGBX Stock
Paul Galvin, chairman and CEO of Safe & Green, said the following about its current plans.
“With the pandemic now waning, we have returned to our roots and have successfully evolved into a vertically integrated developer and manufacturer of modular structures. Moreover, we are focused on four key verticals, including a nimble medical sector, each of which we believe will drive long-term revenue growth and profitability.”
Investors are buying SGBX stock this morning, and that’s led to heavy trading. As of this writing, some 2 million shares are on the move. For the record, the company’s daily average trading volume is about 64,000 shares.
SGBX stock is up 36.1% as of Thursday morning.
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