NFI Group Inc reports results for the quarter ended in September - Earnings Summary

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 NFI Group Inc reports results for the quarter ended in September - Earnings Summary
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* NFI Group Inc reported a quarterly adjusted loss of 63 cents​​ per share for the quarter ended in September. The mean expectation of five analysts for the quarter was for a loss of 62 cents per share. * Revenue rose 4.5% to $514.05 million from a year ago; analysts expected $484.80 million. * The mean earnings estimate of analysts had fallen by about 15.4% in the last three months.​ * In the last 30 days five analysts negatively revised earnings estimates * NFI Group Inc shares had fallen by 17.4% this quarter and lost 50.5% so far this year. * Wall Street's median 12-month price target for NFI Group Inc is C$13.00 * The current average analyst rating on the shares is "hold" and the breakdown of recommendations is 1 "strong buy" or "buy," 4 "hold" and no "sell" or "strong sell." This summary was machine generated from Refinitiv data November 16 at 02:04 a.m. ​All figures in US dollars unless otherwise stated. QUARTER ENDING ESTIMATE ACTUAL BEAT, MET, MISSED Sep. 30 2022 -0.62 -0.63 Missed Jun. 30 2022 -0.69 -0.64 Beat Mar. 31 2022 -0.47 -0.53 Missed Dec. 31 2021 -0.16 -0.21 Missed


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