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Nvidia stock jumps after Q1 earnings beat

 

Nvidia stock passes $1,000 for first time after Q1 earnings top estimates

California-based chipmaker Nvidia reported first-quarter earnings after the bell on Wednesday that topped expectations, while also announcing a 10-for-1 stock split and an increased dividend, mirroring moves by other Big Tech firms to boost shareholder returns.

The company posted adjusted earnings per share (EPS) of $6.12 on revenue of $26 billion, up 461% and 262% respectively from a year ago.

Analysts had forecasted adjusted EPS of $5.65 on revenue of $24.69 billion, according to Bloomberg data. In the same quarter last year, Nvidia reported adjusted EPS of $1.09 on revenue of $7.19 billion.

For the current quarter, Nvidia expects revenue of $28 billion, plus or minus 2%, surpassing analyst expectations of $26.6 billion.

Nvidia stock surged nearly 7% to trade above $1,000 in pre-market trading on Thursday.

 

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Nvidia Data Center revenue jumps 427% YoY

Wall Street analysts have previously expressed concerns about the significant portion of Nvidia's Data Center revenue derived from hyperscalers like Microsoft, Google, and Amazon, especially as these companies develop their own AI accelerator chips.

Despite the growing use of Nvidia chips outside hyperscalers, CFO Colette Kress noted that large cloud providers accounted for approximately 45% of the company's Data Center revenue.

Nvidia's Data Center revenue increased 427% year-over-year to $22.6 billion, making up 86% of the company's total revenue for the quarter.  

However, Kress highlighted a significant decline in revenue from China, due to halted shipments of the company's most powerful chips to the country and anticipated ongoing competitiveness in the region.

Nvidia's gaming segment, once its leading business, reported revenue of $2.6 billion.

 

Nvidia stock jumps after Q1 earnings

 

Nvidia stock split: 10-for-1 move to take effect on June 7

The earnings report also saw the announcement of a 10-for-1 Nvidia stock split, where shareholders will receive 10 shares for every one share they currently own. The change will take effect on June 7, with the new dividend paid on June 28 to shareholders of record as of June 11.

The Nvidia stock split may spark speculation about Nvidia joining the price-weighted Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA), alongside other Big Tech companies like Apple, Amazon, and Microsoft.  

The DJIA, a U.S. equity benchmark with a history extending over 125 years, has recently added more tech firms as constituents it attempts to stay relevant as a stock market barometer. In the latest move, e-commerce giant Amazon replaced Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc. in the 30-stock index in late February.

Nvidia stock was trading near $1,015 per share in premarket hours on Thursday, which would translate to $101.5 per share post-split.

Nvidia's increased dividend follows similar announcements from Facebook parent company Meta Platforms and Google parent Alphabet, which introduced quarterly dividends for the first time this year, and Apple, which raised its dividend earlier this month.


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