GitLab Inc GTLB reported a narrower-than-expected quarterly loss, but issued weak revenue guidance.
GitLab reported quarterly losses of 3 cents per share which beat the analyst consensus estimate of a loss of 14 cents. The company reported quarterly sales of $122.90 million which beat the analyst consensus estimate of $119.56 million by 2.8%.
The company sees first-quarter revenue in the range of $117 million-$118 million, versus the analyst consensus estimate of $126.33 million.
GitLab shares dropped 32.6% to $30.08 in today’s pre-market trading session.
These analysts made changes to their price targets on GitLab following the release of results.
- Piper Sandler cut the price target on GitLab from $58 to $50. Piper Sandler analyst Rob Owens maintained an Overweight rating.
- RBC Capital lowered the price target on GitLab from $60 to $45. RBC Capital analyst Matthew Hedberg maintained an Outperform rating.
- Goldman Sachs cut the price target on GitLab from $75 to $65. Goldman Sachs analyst Alexander Blostein maintained a Buy rating.
- Truist Securities slashed the price target on GitLab from $65 to $50. Truist Securities analyst Miller Jump maintained the stock with a Buy rating.