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Why Has Uber's Stock Declined Since Its May Debut?
Uber's Ride Sharing Revenues Have Stagnated In Recent Quarters
Revenues for the ride sharing business have stagnated, on account of a lower take-rate, although gross bookings have been trending higher.
Gross bookings refer to the total fare charged to customers.Take rate refers to the percentage of Gross bookings retained by Uber after driver earnings, incentives, promos, and refunds.Net revenues are the revenues recognized by Uber.
Ride Sharing Net Revenue [A x B]
Ride Sharing Gross Bookings [A]
Ride Sharing Take Rate [B]
Contribution Margins Have Trended Lower, To About 8% In Q2'19 Versus 15% A Year Ago
Contribution margins - which are a gross margin-like measure, accounting for profits after direct costs, have declined from 15% in Q2'18 to 8% in Q2'19, due to higher costs and sluggish net revenue growth.
Core Platform Contribution Margin
What Is Driving Uber's Valuation And What Could Be The Downside if The Company Continues To Miss Growth Targets?
Monthly Active Platform Customer refers to the unique consumers for ride sharing and Uber eats in a given month. Annual figures used above refer to the Q4 average for the given year.