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  1. Rodestier 2 mei 2024 08:02
    DD cijfers laten zien dat Jet er veel beter voorstaat en is gefocust op winst.Het kan ook wel een groene dag worden als beleggers inzien dat Jet wel heel karig gewaardeerd wordt tov DD
  2. Peter 2 mei 2024 08:07
    quote:

    Pedro Ines Kuilen schreef op 2 mei 2024 07:58:

    Euronext verwacht dat JET in het groen gaat openen!!

    IK was gisteren in Dortmund en zag alleen maar reclame van JET, helemaal niet van de peers!!
    Gefeliciteerd, knap van je
  3. forum rang 8 Pedro Ines Kuilen 2 mei 2024 08:08
    quote:

    Rodestier schreef op 2 mei 2024 08:02:

    DD cijfers laten zien dat Jet er veel beter voorstaat en is gefocust op winst.Het kan ook wel een groene dag worden als beleggers inzien dat Jet wel heel karig gewaardeerd wordt tov DD
    IK ben het volledig met je eens Rodestier!! DD gaat nog flinke klappen krijgen en JET gaat profiteren ervan verwacht ik!!
  4. forum rang 7 wiegveld 2 mei 2024 08:10
    Denk dat sommigen persbericht Q1 dash nog eens goed moeten doornemen.
    DD heeft in Q1 forse ordergroei (ipv krimp JET) en groei omzet orders.
    Maar ze zeggen in Q2 last te gaan krijgen van meer kosten (personeel!) dat zal JET ook hebben.

    Bij JET is mn in USA sprake van forse krimp en DD heeft dat niet.
    Ik zou me niet verbazen als JET vandaag ook een daling laat zien om die redenen.
  5. forum rang 6 Ruval 2 mei 2024 08:13
    quote:

    wiegveld schreef op 2 mei 2024 08:10:

    Denk dat sommigen persbericht Q1 dash nog eens goed moeten doornemen.
    DD heeft in Q1 forse ordergroei (ipv krimp JET) en groei omzet orders.
    Maar ze zeggen in Q2 last te gaan krijgen van meer kosten (personeel!) dat zal JET ook hebben.

    Bij JET is mn in USA sprake van forse krimp en DD heeft dat niet.
    Ik zou me niet verbazen als JET vandaag ook een daling laat zien om die redenen.
    En een zeer marginaal verlies, veel minder dan wat ik had verwacht op basis van uitspraken Jitse dat concurrentie zwaar verlieslatend is. Het wordt mij steeds duidelijker dat zonder grote strategische triggers de koers van JET niet veel zal gaan bewegen
  6. forum rang 8 Pedro Ines Kuilen 2 mei 2024 08:15
    quote:

    wiegveld schreef op 2 mei 2024 08:10:

    Denk dat sommigen persbericht Q1 dash nog eens goed moeten doornemen.
    DD heeft in Q1 forse ordergroei (ipv krimp JET) en groei omzet orders.
    Maar ze zeggen in Q2 last te gaan krijgen van meer kosten (personeel!) dat zal JET ook hebben.

    Bij JET is mn in USA sprake van forse krimp en DD heeft dat niet.
    Ik zou me niet verbazen als JET vandaag ook een daling laat zien om die redenen.
    DD heeft ook veel orders waar ze niks op verdienen!! Als je puur kijkt naar orders dan geeft dat een heel vertekent beeld!! JET kan ook in alle buitenwijken net als DD gaan bezorgen en per order verlies maken, dan laat je wel ordergroei zien maar net als DD ook een behoorlijke verlies!! Kortom JET doet de juiste dingen en DD heeft het lastig!!
  7. forum rang 7 wiegveld 2 mei 2024 08:18
    DoorDash Inc., the largest food delivery service in the US, offered a disappointing profit forecast for the current quarter as the company invests in expanding its list of non-restaurant partners and improving efficiency.

    DoorDash expects adjusted earnings before interest, tax, deprecation and amortization for the current quarter of $325 million to $425 million, the midpoint of which falls well below the average estimate. In the first quarter, DoorDash reported Ebitda of $371 million, higher than analysts’ expectations.

    The shares slid about 15% in extended trading after the results. They had more than doubled over the past 12 months.

    DoorDash has been adding more items onto the platform as well as making technical improvements to reduce delivery times and errors. While it’s by far the delivery leader in the US, with a 67% market share according to Bloomberg Second Measure, rivals have already become profitable, after years of heavy losses. Uber Technologies Inc. reported its first year as a public company in 2023 and Instacart, which went public last fall, has also reported profitable quarters.

    DoorDash hasn’t given a timeline to become profitable on an operating basis, but analysts expect it to reach this milestone by the third quarter of this year, for the first time since it was founded in 2013.

    Chief Financial Officer Ravi Inukonda said he expects adjusted Ebitda to ramp up in the second half of the year as the company’s various investments begin to pay off. Margin contributions from its nascent advertising business, which sells sponsored placements to brands within the app, would also increase as the company increases the selection of items, he added.

    DoorDash’s soft forecast overshadowed an otherwise rosy report for the most recent period. Total orders for the first quarter increased 21% to 620 million in the three months ended March 31, the company said in a statement Wednesday, exceeding the average analyst estimate of 607.7 million. The gross value of those orders — a key metric for online delivery services — jumped 21% to $19.2 billion, also far surpassing Wall Street’s estimate.

    The order value at US grocery stores in particular more than doubled, the company said.

    “Our thesis has always been we want consumers to have access to the widest amount of selection possible,” Inukonda said in an interview, adding that the company has gained share in the non-restaurant segment both in the US and abroad. Average user engagement, order frequency and subscribers for its DashPass membership also increased from the previous quarter, he said.

    DoorDash has aggressively expanded its non-restaurant offerings over the past quarter, adding to its delivery platform more than a dozen new merchant partners that have included grocery, home improvement, makeup and sportswear stores.

    The latest partnerships include ShopRite and Price Rite Marketplace, both of which are owned by Wakefern Food Corp. The company also expanded its food stamp payment option so that it now covers purchases made at Walgreens through the DoorDash app. That has brought the total number of non-restaurant stores to more than 150,000 globally.

    The company has so far been able to somewhat sustain its overall growth rates coming out of the pandemic, even after consumers returned to shopping in brick-and-mortar stores. But that growth will hinge on DoorDash’s ability to win over more customers in these new categories, Bloomberg Intelligence analysts wrote ahead of Wednesday’s earnings release.

    In its earnings release, the company was also quick to downplay the effect of recently imposed minimum wage standards for delivery workers in New York City and Seattle, which led to DoorDash passing on the cost to consumers in the form of higher delivery fees. The company said it has so far seen less than a 1% reduction in its orders in the first quarter as those two cities represent a small portion of the overall business.

    It maintains that such regulations ultimately reduce earnings opportunities for local merchants and drivers.

    “We estimate local merchants will earn at least $40 million less annually from the DoorDash Marketplace in Seattle and at least $110 million less annually from the DoorDash Marketplace in New York City due to the new earnings standards,” it said in its earnings statement. The company added that the number of new Dashers in New York City has fallen by 20% since the new minimum wage laws took effect.
  8. forum rang 7 wiegveld 2 mei 2024 08:21
    Met name commentaar over NY is interessant.
    Meerkosten betaalt de klant. Maar restaurants verdienen minder! Anders dan GRUB is NY klein bij DD. Wat betekent dit voor JET??
  9. forum rang 8 Pedro Ines Kuilen 2 mei 2024 08:21
    quote:

    wiegveld schreef op 2 mei 2024 08:18:

    DoorDash Inc., the largest food delivery service in the US, offered a disappointing profit forecast for the current quarter as the company invests in expanding its list of non-restaurant partners and improving efficiency.

    DoorDash expects adjusted earnings before interest, tax, deprecation and amortization for the current quarter of $325 million to $425 million, the midpoint of which falls well below the average estimate. In the first quarter, DoorDash reported Ebitda of $371 million, higher than analysts’ expectations.

    The shares slid about 15% in extended trading after the results. They had more than doubled over the past 12 months.

    DoorDash has been adding more items onto the platform as well as making technical improvements to reduce delivery times and errors. While it’s by far the delivery leader in the US, with a 67% market share according to Bloomberg Second Measure, rivals have already become profitable, after years of heavy losses. Uber Technologies Inc. reported its first year as a public company in 2023 and Instacart, which went public last fall, has also reported profitable quarters.

    DoorDash hasn’t given a timeline to become profitable on an operating basis, but analysts expect it to reach this milestone by the third quarter of this year, for the first time since it was founded in 2013.

    Chief Financial Officer Ravi Inukonda said he expects adjusted Ebitda to ramp up in the second half of the year as the company’s various investments begin to pay off. Margin contributions from its nascent advertising business, which sells sponsored placements to brands within the app, would also increase as the company increases the selection of items, he added.

    DoorDash’s soft forecast overshadowed an otherwise rosy report for the most recent period. Total orders for the first quarter increased 21% to 620 million in the three months ended March 31, the company said in a statement Wednesday, exceeding the average analyst estimate of 607.7 million. The gross value of those orders — a key metric for online delivery services — jumped 21% to $19.2 billion, also far surpassing Wall Street’s estimate.

    The order value at US grocery stores in particular more than doubled, the company said.

    “Our thesis has always been we want consumers to have access to the widest amount of selection possible,” Inukonda said in an interview, adding that the company has gained share in the non-restaurant segment both in the US and abroad. Average user engagement, order frequency and subscribers for its DashPass membership also increased from the previous quarter, he said.

    DoorDash has aggressively expanded its non-restaurant offerings over the past quarter, adding to its delivery platform more than a dozen new merchant partners that have included grocery, home improvement, makeup and sportswear stores.

    The latest partnerships include ShopRite and Price Rite Marketplace, both of which are owned by Wakefern Food Corp. The company also expanded its food stamp payment option so that it now covers purchases made at Walgreens through the DoorDash app. That has brought the total number of non-restaurant stores to more than 150,000 globally.

    The company has so far been able to somewhat sustain its overall growth rates coming out of the pandemic, even after consumers returned to shopping in brick-and-mortar stores. But that growth will hinge on DoorDash’s ability to win over more customers in these new categories, Bloomberg Intelligence analysts wrote ahead of Wednesday’s earnings release.

    In its earnings release, the company was also quick to downplay the effect of recently imposed minimum wage standards for delivery workers in New York City and Seattle, which led to DoorDash passing on the cost to consumers in the form of higher delivery fees. The company said it has so far seen less than a 1% reduction in its orders in the first quarter as those two cities represent a small portion of the overall business.

    It maintains that such regulations ultimately reduce earnings opportunities for local merchants and drivers.

    “We estimate local merchants will earn at least $40 million less annually from the DoorDash Marketplace in Seattle and at least $110 million less annually from the DoorDash Marketplace in New York City due to the new earnings standards,” it said in its earnings statement. The company added that the number of new Dashers in New York City has fallen by 20% since the new minimum wage laws took effect.

    Kortom slechte cijfers van DD (DoorDash) en ik verwacht dat ze DD (Double Digits) dalen!!
  10. forum rang 5 kooning 2 mei 2024 08:46
    quote:

    Janteam schreef op 2 mei 2024 08:44:

    Het is nog vroeg maar Dash voorbeurs - 15 % !
    Bij JET lijkt de schade (nog) mee te vallen voorbeurs.
  11. forum rang 5 Mr Trade 2 mei 2024 08:53
    Dash groeit als kool, bijzonder hoe sterk de cijfers afgestraft worden.
    Aan de andere kant heeft Dash natuurlijk een waardering van 50MRD+ (Dat is nogal wat voor een food delivery bedrijf).

    We gaan het weer zien vandaag!
  12. Wandelaar 2 mei 2024 09:09
    quote:

    kooning schreef op 1 mei 2024 23:45:

    [...]Dat is nog zacht uitgedrukt vrees ik.
    Ben benieuwt of JET boven de 13€ gaat openen. Ik denk van niet.
    Denk voortaan maar niet
  13. Wandelaar 2 mei 2024 09:25
    quote:

    COUPEJET schreef op 2 mei 2024 09:21:

    Dit drama aandeel doet zijn of is het haar naam weer eer aan.
    Onzijdig
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