Missing expert estimates that BlackBerry is reporting a $671 million US profit for the first quarter however, its income was lower than anticipated.
As indicated by Thomson Reuters data, the organization says its income for the quarter was $235 million US, contrasted to estimates of $264.39 million US.
While first-quarter profits was expansive for the Waterloo, Ont.- based company, it was additionally for the most part due to a one-time $815 million payment gotten as a discount from Qualcomm, one of its providers, after an intermediary ruled to support BlackBerry. Without that, the company would have posted a profit of just $14 million, on a balanced basis.
The negative shock in sales appeared to have more contact with stock traders than the profit, with BlackBerry shares declining in expanded trading not long after the declaration.
BlackBerry shares were down around six percent at around 7 a.m. ET. They traded at $10.38 US, contrasted to the past close on Nasdaq at $11.06 US.
The company’s shares had ascended since the start of the month in the midst of hypothesis that BlackBerry could be a takeover target and its stock could rise generously in the future.
At the Toronto Stock Exchange, BlackBerry’s shares ascended around 50 percent from generally $10 in April to a 52-week high of $15.82 on June 1.