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Based in Canada
Company profile

Bank of Montreal (the Bank) is a financial services provider. The Bank provides a range of personal and commercial banking, wealth management and investment banking products and services. The Bank conducts its business through three operating groups: Personal and Commercial Banking (P&C), Wealth Management and BMO Capital Markets. The P&C business includes two retail and business banking operating segments, such as Canadian Personal and Commercial Banking (Canadian P&C), and the United States Personal and Commercial Banking (U.S. P&C). The Bank's Wealth Management business serves a range of client segments, from mainstream to ultra-high net worth and institutional, with an offering of wealth management products and services, including insurance. BMO Capital Markets is a North American-based financial services provider offering a range of products and services to corporate, institutional and government clients. The Bank has over 900 bank branches in Canada and the United States.

Closing Price
$132.21
Day's Change
-17.37 (-11.61%)
Bid
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Ask
--
B/A Size
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Day's High
142.10
Day's Low
131.50
Volume
(Heavy Day)
Volume:
29,753

10-day average volume:
17,448
29,753

UPDATE: Roku users spent 14.6 billion hours streaming last quarter

8:51 am ET August 6, 2020 (MarketWatch)
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By Emily Bary

Stock falls after earnings, company declines to give a financial forecast given uncertainties in the ad market

Roku users streamed 14.6 billon hours of content in the second quarter, helping the streaming-media company post better-than-expected revenue despite weakness in the television advertising market.

Shares were down 0.4% in after-hours trading Wednesday.

The company reported a net loss of $43.1 million, or 35 cents a share, compared with a loss of $9 million, or 8 cents a share, in the year-earlier quarter. Analysts surveyed by FactSet were expecting a 52-cent loss per share.

Roku (ROKU) saw revenue for the quarter surge to $356.1 million from $250 million, while analysts had been modeling $316 million. The company's sales consisted of $111.3 million from its player business and $244.8 million from its platform business, which includes advertising and licensing of its smart-TV operating system.

The average revenue per user rose to $24.92 from $21.06 in the year-prior period.

Read: Zynga revenue soars 47%, because mobile gamers can't play enough during a pandemic (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/zynga-revenue-soars-47-because-mobile-gamers-cant-play-enough-during-a-pandemic-2020-08-05)

Roku's 14.6 billion streaming hours in the quarter increased from 9.4 billion hours a year earlier, and the company saw active accounts climb to 43 million. That was up from 39.8 million in the March quarter and 30.5 million in the prior June quarter.

Analysts expected about 42 million active accounts.

The company said that streaming levels per active account have "moderated" since hitting their peak in the beginning of the second quarter, but that they remain above where they were prior to the pandemic.

Roku declined to give a financial outlook, pointing to challenges in the advertising market. "The ad industry outlook remains uncertain for Q3 and Q4, and we believe that total TV ad spend will not recover to pre-COVID-19 levels until well into 2021," the company said in its investor letter, as some industries like travel and tourism have significantly pulled back their marketing spending.

The company said in its investor letter that it sees "potential reasons for variability" but still expects that its "overall revenue will grow substantially on a year-over-year basis in the second half and for the full-year 2020, albeit not as strongly as we had anticipated prior to the pandemic."

Roku had announced back in December that Chief Financial Officer Steve Louden would be stepping down once a replacement was found for his position, but the company said Wednesday that Louden plans to remain in the role and that it has called off the search for his successor.

Roku shares have risen 33% over the past three months as the S&P 500 has gained 16%.

-Emily Bary; 415-439-6400; AskNewswires@dowjones.com

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

August 06, 2020 08:51 ET (12:51 GMT)

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