KEY POINTS
  • Twitter reported earnings for the fourth quarter on Thursday that missed analyst estimates on earnings, revenue and user growth.
  • The release is the first under new CEO Parag Agrawal after Jack Dorsey stepped down from the role in November.
  • Twitter's announcement follows those from Facebook owner Meta and Snap, which both reported some impact from macroeconomic challenges.

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A person in a mask walks by the New York Twitter offices after they announced they will close their re-opened offices effective immediately in response to updated CDC guidelines during the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Manhattan, New York City, U.S., July 29, 2021.

Twitter reported earnings for the fourth quarter on Thursday that missed analyst estimates on earnings, revenue and user growth.

The company's shares initially rose on the report and were up during its earnings call in premarket trading. But they fell 2% by the end of trading Thursday.

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