Micron Technology reported its fiscal first quarter revenue of US$4.09 billion, which is - 47% from the year-ago quarter. Revenue missed analysts' estimates by 1.4%. The semiconductor company mentioned weakening consumer demand and substantial customer inventory adjustments across end markets amid macroeconomic uncertainty as factors behind the disappointing quarterly performance.
Micron incurred a non-GAAP loss of -4 cents per share, wider than the Zacks Consensus Estimate of a loss of -2 cents. In the prior year, it had positive earnings of $2.16 per share.
Micron Technology, Inc. is one of the big three leaders in DRAM technology. The company's Dynamic random access memory revenues came in at $2.83 billion (accounting for 69% of the total revenues), down -49% year over year and -41% sequentially. NAND revenues of $1.10 billion (27% of the total) fell -41% year-over-year and -35% sequentially.
For the second fiscal quarter, Micron is expecting revenues of $3.80 billion (+/-$200 million), vs. Zacks Consensus Estimate of $3.77 billion (according to Zacks Equity Research).
It projects adjusted loss per share of 62 cents (+/-10 cents), vs. consensus of 30 cents per share (according to Zacks Equity Research).