Q3 23 was above the consensus, but the guidance for the Oct-Dec quarter disappointed

20/11/23 -"Allegro Group’s Q3 23 results were 0.2% (on revenues + EBIT) and 16% (on net income) better than the market had expected. At the group level, GMV (9% vs. 8-9%), adj. EBITDA growth (+26% vs. 23-25%) ..."

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