PaySauce First Half 2023 Earnings: NZ$0.003 loss per share (vs NZ$0.007 loss in 1H 2022)




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  • 2022-11-25 18:08:02Z
  • By Simply Wall St.
 

PaySauce (NZSE:PYS) First Half 2023 Results

Key Financial Results

  • Revenue: NZ$2.58m (up 88% from 1H 2022).

  • Net loss: NZ$425.0k (loss narrowed by 55% from 1H 2022).

  • NZ$0.003 loss per share (improved from NZ$0.007 loss in 1H 2022).

All figures shown in the chart above are for the trailing 12 month (TTM) period

PaySauce shares are down 7.9% from a week ago.

Risk Analysis

It is worth noting though that we have found 3 warning signs for PaySauce (1 is significant!) that you need to take into consideration.

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