Cloud data platform Snowflake reported better than expected 2nd quarter earnings Wednesday. $SNOW shares popped over 18% in extended trading. The software company raised FY23 product revenue guidance and raised non-GAAP gross margin guidance. When the Snowflake (SNOW) debuted on September 16, 2020, it became the largest software IPO in history. Snowflake Inc. NYSE: SNOW Reported Earnings After Close Wednesday Snowflake Q2 2022 Earnings Highlights EPS: Loss of 70 cents Revenue: $497 million vs. $467 million expected, according to Refinitiv, … Continue reading “Cloud Data Platform Provider Snowflake Forecasts Stronger Revenue Growth”
Cloud data platform Snowflake, who launched it’s IPO last September reported Fiscal 4th quarter earnings Wednesday. $SNOW sold off after it’s full-year guidance did not exceed analysts’ estimates, a miss in a hugely overvalued technology sector. SNOW also announced an end to its dual-share class structure.
Cloud data platform Snowflake launched it’s IPO Wednesday under the symbol $SNOW and priced at $120 a share. It hit a high of $319 just after the open fueled by news Berkshire Hathaway and Salesforce bought shares in concurrent private sales.