Offbeat eBay share destroyed under pressure: eBay numbers surpass expectations

00:15  28 october  2021
00:15  28 october  2021 Source:   finanzen.net

No, Washington Post, we should not lower our expectations

  No, Washington Post, we should not lower our expectations In an opinion article for the Washington Post, Micheline Maynard wrote about the business-consumer relationship in the COVID-19 pandemic era. She discussed the pandemic's damage to the U.S. supply chains and how people have not adjusted to this negative impact. Maynard asserts that essentially, Americans are spoiled and lack compassion and pragmatism during such perilous times. Maynard calls for a lowering of expectations during this time. © Provided by Washington Examiner Maynard's defeatist appeasement is appalling. Moreover, her suggestion to acquiesce to inferior standards is detrimental to society. Nothing could be further from the truth.

eBay has given a look at his numbers for the third quarter.

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The online auction house eBay achieved sales of 2.5 billion US dollars in the third quarter. That had been expected more than analysts. On average, these had forecasted sales of $ 2.45 billion after eBay reported 2.61 billion US dollars in the same period of the previous year.

The earnings estimated eBay for the past quarter with $ 0.90 per share. Here, experts had predicted $ 0.885 earnings per share. Last year, the EPS was 0.850 US dollars per share.

The eBay share is at the US Stock Exchange NASDAQ in post-trading at times 4.00 percent deeper at $ 74.55.Redaction Finanzen.net

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