Why Dutch Bros Stock Is Getting Crushed Today
Dutch Bros Inc (NYSE:BROS) shares are trading lower Thursday after the company reported worse-than-expected earnings results and issued guidance below analyst estimates.
Dutch Bros said first-quarter revenue increased 54% year-over-year to $152.2 million, which beat the $145.63-million estimate, according to data from Benzinga Pro. The company said the revenue growth was primarily driven by the opening of 107 company-operated shops over the last year.
Dutch Bros reported a quarterly loss of 2 cents per share, which missed the estimate for positive earnings of 1 cent per share.
Dutch Bros said it expects full-year 2022 revenue to be between $700 million and $715 million versus the $717.22-million estimate. Adjusted EBITDA is expected to total at least $90 million.
The company said it expects to open at least 30 new shops in the second quarter and at least 130 shops in total for full-year 2022.
- Stifel downgraded Dutch Bros from a Buy rating to a Hold rating and lowered the price target from $70 to $30.
- Cowen & Co. maintained Dutch Bros with an Outperform rating and lowered the price target from $65 to $35.
- Piper Sandler maintained Dutch Bros with an Overweight rating and lowered the price target from $75 to $44.
- Baird maintained Dutch Bros with an Outperform rating and lowered the price target from $60 to $30.
BROS Price Action: Dutch Bros shares are making nwe 52-week lows on Thursday.
The stock was down 36.7% at $21.77 at time of publication.
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