Nvidia beat earnings expectations in Q4

Nvidia beat earnings expectations in Q4

For the quarter that ended in December, Nvidia posted earnings better than consensus

The company reported an adjusted EPS of $3.10, topping the $2.81 expected. Revenue wise, the actual numbers came ahead of the $4.82 billion forecasted at $5.00 billion.

Nvidia’s automotive business did not perform as expected, reporting a contraction of 11% to $145 million. For the entire year, it was down 23%.

On the other hand, Computer & Networking, and Graphics businesses were the stars of the quarter. The former reported a 91% increase year-over-year, while the latter was up 47%.

The report came after this week, Nvidia announced new graphics cards that can be used for mining crypto. They can also be used by people who want to play graphically-intense games. According to Jensen Huang, Nvidia CEO, the cards will hit the shelves this March.

Nvidia expects revenues of $5.3 billion for the current quarter, passing the $4.51 billion expected by analysts.

After the report, Nvidia stock price gained 1%. In the past year, Nvidia rose 106%.

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Sources: reuters.com, cnbc.com

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