On September 11 2023, MATRIX SERVICE ($NASDAQ:MTRX) reported total revenue of USD 205.8 million and a net income of USD -0.34 million for the fourth quarter ending June 30 2023. This figures represent a 2.6% increase in total revenue and a 13.46 million decrease in net income when compared to the same period of the previous year.
GoodWhale has conducted an analysis of MATRIX SERVICE‘s fundamentals and has assigned a Star Chart. The results show that MATRIX SERVICE is strong in terms of assets, medium in terms of profitability and weak in terms of dividend and growth. Furthermore, MATRIX SERVICE has an intermediate health score of 6/10 with regard to its cashflows and debt, indicating that it is likely to pay off debt and fund future operations. Based on the results of this analysis, MATRIX SERVICE is classified as a ‘rhino’, a type of company that has achieved moderate revenue or earnings growth. This type of company may be appealing to investors who are looking for steady returns without taking on too much volatility. Investors may also be attracted to the fact that MATRIX SERVICE has a healthy balance sheet and appears to be in a good position to pay off debt and fund operations. In addition, MATRIX SERVICE’s moderate growth may appeal to investors who are looking for long-term stability and are willing to invest over the longer term to benefit from any potential upside. More…
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The company has a strong presence in the United States, Canada, Mexico, India, the Middle East and Australia. Matrix Service Co’s competitors include Punj Lloyd Ltd, Dyna-Mac Holdings Ltd, Aenza SAA, among others.
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MATRIX SERVICE experienced an increase in total revenue of 2.6% during the fourth quarter ending June 30 2023, totaling 205.8 million USD. However, net income saw a significant decrease of 13.46 million USD, resulting in a net income of -0.34 million. This dismal performance should be taken into account when considering investing in MATRIX SERVICE, as it may indicate a lack of investor confidence in the company’s ability to reach positive financial results.