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Hasbro (HAS) earnings This fall 2023



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A monopoly recreation sits underneath the Hasbro brand throughout Model Licensing Europe at ExCel on November 18, 2021 in London, England.

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Toy firm Hasbro reported a greater than 20% hit to its fourth-quarter income and issued a downbeat 2024 forecast Tuesday morning.

This is how Hasbro carried out within the fourth quarter in contrast with estimates from LSEG, previously often called Refinitiv:

  • Earnings per share: 38 cents vs. 66 cents per share anticipated.
  • Income: $1.29 billion vs. $1.36 billion anticipated.

For the final three months of 2023, Hasbro misplaced $1.06 billion, or $7.64 per share, drastically wider than losses of $128.9 million, or 93 cents, a yr earlier. After main changes associated to goodwill and intangible property, the corporate reported adjusted earnings per share of 38 cents, nonetheless effectively beneath analyst estimates.

For the complete yr 2023, income declined 15% to $1.29 billion, together with double-digit gross sales drops in its shopper merchandise and leisure segments. Hasbro did see a rise in income, nonetheless, in its Wizards of the Coast and digital gaming section, primarily as a result of licensing income associated to “Baldur’s Gate 3” and “Monopoly Go.”

The corporate lowered its stock by greater than 50% in comparison with the yr prior.


“2023 was a productive yr for Hasbro, though not with out some challenges,” Chief Monetary Officer Gina Goetter stated in an announcement. “As we navigated the present setting, we took aggressive steps to optimize our stock, reset the fee construction, and sharpen our portfolio give attention to play with the eOne movie and TV divestiture.”

Hasbro expects additional income declines within the yr forward. Within the Wizards of the Coast section, the corporate expects a 3% to five% income dip, coupled with a 7% to 12% hit to the buyer merchandise enterprise. The corporate expects total adjusted earnings earlier than curiosity, taxes, depreciation, and amortization of $925 million to $1 billion.


The corporate now expects to chop $750 million in prices by the tip of 2025, up from a earlier goal of $350 million to $400 million.

In December, the toymaker laid of 1,100 employees after it had already cut 15% of its workforce earlier within the yr.

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