Lyft Inc (LYFT – Q2FY20) – Lyft expects to achieve adjusted EBITDA profitability by Q4FY21.

in , on October 31, 2020

Rideshare rides declined remarkably during the second quarter due to a drop in active riders as shelter-in-place mandates and other restrictions reduced travel. Lyft Inc has seen a recovery in rides since the second week of April, and while airport rides fell significantly in April and remain down year-over-year, weekly airport rides rose by over 350% between April and late June.

Executive Summary

Financial Statements

– Income Statement and Forecast
– Balance Sheet
– Cash Flow
– Company Overview
– Q2FY20 Results
– Q2FY20 Segment overview
– 1HFY20 Performance
– Guidance and Conclusion
– GAAP to Non-GAAP reconciliation

Historical Performance

– Key Ratios
– Profitability Ratios, Asset Turnover Ratio, Growth Ratio
– Per share data

Product Performance and Key Developments

– Ownership
– Competition

Valuation and Consensus Performance

– Relative Valuation
– Analyst Recommendations

Market Price Performance

No of Pages : 30

Release Information

  • Released

    October 31, 2020

  • Last Updated

    November 2, 2020