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IBM’s huge revenue miss worries Wall Street : Report

SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch)
IBM Corp.’s big miss of nearly $1 billion in third quarter revenue, combined with its misses in the last few quarters, has got Wall Street nervous that the tech giant is being too optimistic with its forecasts, especially for 2015
IBM reported third-quarter earnings with a revenue miss of nearly $1 billion
The company blamed most of the revenue shortfall on a 40% drop in hardware sales in China, as the country gets ready to implement a new economic plan in November
“There simply has been a substantial impact of China’s economic reform plan, which will be announced in November,” IBM   Chief Financial Officer Mark Loughridge told analysts
“But once that economic plan is announced and adds clarity to the markets, we will see a recovery in the demand from state-owned enterprises in the government sector.”
But analysts weren’t necessarily buying that the company’s fortunes will bounce back so quickly
Loughridge spent much of his time on the earnings call explaining how he believes IBM can meet its forecasts for the current fourth quarter and for the full year 2015, forecasts of $16.25 a share and $20.00 a share, respectively
Toni Sacconaghi of Bernstein Research asked if there were some major secular issues within IBM and should investors now look at IBM as a zero-growth company in terms of revenue with less than double-digit earnings growth
But analysts weren’t necessarily buying that the company’s fortunes will bounce back so quickly Loughridge spent much of his time on the earnings call explaining how he believes IBM can meet its forecasts for the current fourth quarter and for the full year 2015, forecasts of $16.25 a share and $20.00 a share, respectively
Toni Sacconaghi of Bernstein Research asked if there were some major secular issues within IBM and should investors now look at IBM as a zero-growth company in terms of revenue with less than double-digit earnings growth
The fact is that IBM has been not a revenue growth story for the last few years
Instead, it has been an earnings machine, returning double-digit earnings growth and share buybacks to investors
But a big revenue miss on this level has now got investors worried that those days are over
Suffice it to say that Ginny Rometty, who took over as CEO in January of 2012, is going to be under major pressure to meet the company’s current forecasts

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IBM reports another revenue shortfall
Shares slide as tech giant sees slowdown in several markets

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SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch)
IBM Corp. profit rose in the third quarter on Wednesday afternoon, but the stock took a hit as the high-tech giant posted another decline in revenue.

IBM shares were down 6% after hours after the company reported a third-quarter profit of $4.04 billion, or $3.68 a share, compared with a profit of $3.8 billion, or $3.33 a share, for the year-earlier period. Adjusted profit was $3.99 a share.

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Revenue was $23.7 billion, down from $24.7 billion.

Analysts polled by FactSet on average were expecting IBM to report a profit of $3.96 a share, on revenue of $24.79 billion. IBM has missed Wall Street’s revenue forecast in seven of the past eight reported quarters, according to FactSet.

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“Not often that somebody misses by a billion,” ISI Group analyst Brian Marshall told MarketWatch.

The company said it was maintaining its full-year adjusted earnings outlook of at least $16.90 a share. Analysts were expecting a full-year earnings of $16.87 a share.

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In a statement, Chief Executive Ginni Rometty said the company “continued to expand operating margins and increased earnings per share, but fell short on revenue.” Rometty also said the company was moving “to improve execution in our growth markets unit and in the elements of our hardware businesses that are under performing.”

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IBM said revenue from its growth markets fell 9%. IBM said sales in the so-called BRIC countries, including Brazil, Russia, India and China, declined by 15%.

In a call with analysts, IBM pointedly specifically to problems in China where the company said it’s been affected by economic reforms and broader execution problems.

IBM’s software business posted revenue of $5.8 billion, up 1% year-over-year. But its systems and technology segment, which covers hardware, recorded sales of $3.2 billion, was down 17%. The company’s IT services unit saw sales fall 4% to $9.5 billion.

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SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch)
IBM Corp. was downgraded to a neutral rating at UBS on Thursday morning, following disappointing third-quarter results from the previous afternoon. In a note to clients, analyst Steven Milunovich wrote that "IBM has badly missed not just revenue but profit two of the last three quarters, which is unusual." The company's reported EPS number met consensus targets, but Milunovich noted that a lower tax rate contributed about 40 cents to that figure. "The poor near-term results and questions raised about farther out earnings power can't be ignored," he wrote. "Normally we would wait out mediocre results in preparation for the bounce back, but there are too many questions this time." He also cut his price target on the stock to $186 from $235. The shares were last trading down 6% to $175.41.