Analog Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ:ADI) shares dropped around 5% on Wednesday following the company’s reported Q3 results. While both EPS of $2.52 and revenue of $3.1 billion came in better than the Street estimate of $2.43 and $3.05 billion, respectively, management’s commentary on a number of slightly weakening metrics rapidly dominated the Q&A in its earnings call and the resulting share price reaction.
Specifically, comments on slowing bookings, slightly rising cancellations, and a B2B that fell quarter-over-quarter overshadowed management embedding these factors into a more cautious Q4 guide.
The company expects Q4/22 EPS in the range of $2.47-$2.67, compared to the consensus of $2.50, and revenue in the range of $3.05-3.25 billion, compared to the consensus of $3.11 billion.
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