- (0:30) - Facebook's Negative Earnings Revisions
- (3:00) - Monthly Active Users and Growth in Asia-Pacific Region
- (5:50) - What Will Impact Facebook's Bottom Line?
- (8:55) - Episode Roundup: Podcast@Zacks.com
On today’s episode of the Tech Talk Tuesday podcast, Ryan McQueeney digs into the latest estimates ahead of Facebook’s (FB - Free Report) upcoming earnings report date and discusses whether its ongoing data privacy scandal could create more headwinds this week.
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First up, Ryan uses the Zacks Consensus NFM file to preview Facebook’s upcoming report. The Zacks Consensus NFM file contains detailed estimate data for business segment metrics and non-financial metrics reported by companies. The data is acquired from digest and contributing broker models and includes the independent research of expert stock market analysts.
Ryan uses this file to provide listeners with the latest available information on Facebook’s monthly active user totals as well as its growth in key report items like average revenue per user and Asia-Pacific revenue.
Next, Ryan discusses the Cambridge Analytica scandal and what types of commentary investors should expect in Facebook’s earnings release and investor conference call. Make sure to check out the show to hear more!
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