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DoorDash Inc Ordinary Shares - Class A DASH Stock Quote

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DoorDash Reports Solid Q3 Results as Consumer Demand Remains Strong as Pandemic Wanes

Ali Mogharabi Senior Equity Analyst

Analyst Note

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DoorDash’s third-quarter results support our view that the firm’s network effect remains intact. While the addition of Wolt pressured margins, we were pleased with the firm’s organic growth, underpinned by ongoing strong demand for the platform and overall online food delivery. We increased our top-line growth projection for this year and next but lowered our margin assumptions given the higher-than-expected costs related to the addition of Wolt and expansion into nonrestaurant categories. Our fair value estimate of DoorDash now stands at $155 down slightly from $159. Shares of this narrow-moat firm remain attractive, in our view.

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Founded in 2013 and headquartered in San Francisco, DoorDash is an online food order demand aggregator. Consumers can use its app to order food on-demand for pickup or delivery from merchants mainly in the U.S. The firm provides a marketplace for the merchants to create a presence online, market their offerings, and meet demand by making the offerings available for pickup or delivery. The firm provides similar service to businesses in addition to restaurants, such as grocery, retail, pet supplies, and flowers. At the end of 2020, DoorDash had over 450,000 merchants, 20 million consumers, and over 1 million dashers on its platform. In 2020, the firm generated $24.7 billion in gross order volume (up 207% year over year) and $2.9 billion in revenue (up 226%).

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San Francisco, CA, 94107
Industry Internet Content & Information
Employees 8,600

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DASH’s market cap is 20.97 Bil.
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DASH’s stock style is Mid Value.
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