Does Wall Street Like What It’s Hearing From Twitter (Again)?

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This has been fairly a number of previous couple of weeks for Twitter, with a new CEO, a renewed double-down promise to builders, love to its staff (after some “robust love” by means of layoffs), Ballmer being in for 4%…and extra.

The road agrees, with Twitter inventory leaping up 5% in the present day:

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Twitter, which is a notoriously risky inventory, for quite a lot of causes (together with lack of considerable progress) could be hitting its “new norm” on the $ 30 degree, nicely above what it was priced at when it when it went public.

That is even after the downgrade that rocked them this week. It’s even edging again in the direction of a purchase.

Moments shipped, Polls shipped and there’s a way (and in some instances, “hope”) of a new new new new new new Twitter…and its nicely-thought-out announcement cadence is certainly placing it on that path.

The questions that I’ve although are:

  • How are Moments producing? Are they changing lookie-lavatory’s into lively customers?
  • Are Twitter recruiters having higher luck attracting recent new expertise?
  • Will there be extra layoffs to additional streamline?
  • What’s the subsequent “huge” product transfer…messages? Needs to be, quickly.
  • Can Dorsey actually swing the 2 gigs, with Sq. going public?

These are greater than truthful questions, and far more than most corporations have being flung at them proper now. However the easy undeniable fact that the inventory appears prefer it does as we speak, the corporate is in a far more secure place than it was when Costolo stepped down. Its subsequent quarter earnings are subsequent week (10/27) and we’ll in all probability hear somewhat little bit of “give us a while” on progress and “we’re nonetheless killing it” on income, so Dorsey has time to maintain issues going on the up swing.

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Smoke and mirrors or actual change? We’ll quickly discover out.

Featured Picture: Bryce Durbin

Source : TechCrunch