One analyst praises these partnerships as two of the most mammoth victories for Twitter yet; another analyst cheers for better engagement and ad gains ahead.
Baird’s Colin Sebastian is reassured to see solid key metrics that led to Twitter’s outclass on Q1 expectations- but here’s why he remains sidelined;
SunTrust’s Youssef Squali sees an full-valued stock in TWTR, but anticipates “incremental improvements” out of the company’s first quarter print.
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GBH Insights’ Daniel Ives notes that as some investors worry about the FB News Feed variable, TWTR gains footing.
GBH Insights’ Daniel Ives views Twitter’s 4Q print as a long-awaited, much needed, key “step in the right direction.”
Canaccord’s Michael Graham warns that odds are not in favor of Twitter’s user growth; with revenue headwinds circling, there is heavy uncertainty.