Fubo Shares Slip Despite Upbeat Q2 Finish


It’s carving itself a niche as a “sports-first live TV streaming platform,” but that hasn’t excited investors so much — even as it released Q2 2023 results on Friday that it boasted  exceeded North American guidance.

With the Closing Bell on the NYSE, FUBO shares were down 1.9% to $3.15, even as the company enjoyed 41% year-over-year revenue growth.

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