Snap said the economy had worsened faster than expected in the last month and the social media company slashed its quarterly forecast, triggering an after-hours sell-off.
Since late April, “the macroeconomic environment has deteriorated further and faster than anticipated. As a result, we believe it is likely that we will report revenue and adjusted EBITDA below the low end of our Q2 2022 guidance range,” the company said in a US securities filing.
Shares of Snap fell 31 percent, Alphabet dropped 3.6 percent, and Amazon dropped 2.2 percent. Nasdaq futures also fell, with traders blaming Snap.