Bechtle shares fall after Q3 earnings miss expectations

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Bechtle shares fall after Q3 earnings miss expectations
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In a challenging market, Bechtle AG, a European IT systems house and e-commerce provider, saw its shares fall by 4.69% to €43.32 Today after reporting third-quarter earnings that did not meet analyst expectations. The company did experience growth in both profit and revenue, largely attributed to its software and services business, as well as sustained demand from larger clients.

The company's net profit increased to €66.8 million up from €63.4 million in the same period last year. However, this figure fell […]

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InvestingPro Insights

In light of the recent performance of Bechtle AG, a few key insights from InvestingPro can further illuminate the company's financial position. Bechtle AG has a market cap of 5747.49M USD and a P/E ratio of 21.03, indicating a relatively high valuation. Over the last twelve months as of Q2 2023, the company's revenue growth was 12.69%. The company's gross profit for the same period was 1194.99M USD, with a gross profit margin of 17.44%.

Turning to InvestingPro Tips, two key insights stand out. Firstly, Bechtle AG yields a high return on invested capital, which is a promising sign for potential investors. Secondly, the company has been consistently increasing its earnings per share, which can be a positive sign of its financial health and profitability.

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