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B Riley & Co Analyst Sameet Sinha On What To Look For In Groupon's Q4 Results

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Speaking to Benzinga, B Riley & Co Analyst Sameet Sinha said that he expected Groupon Inc (NASDAQ: GRPN) to report Q4 results that are in line with expectations.

“Most people are looking for turn-around in sub-segments rather than overall revenue or EBITDA,” according to Sinha.

Margins on the domestic goods business, growth in Asia and setting a value on Ticket Monster based on its Q4 performance were among the items Sinha mentioned.

Sinha said that the company had guided in November that EBITDA growth would be at least 25 percent for 2015, and that the “consensus has not adjusted the numbers down.” Investors should still focus on the performance of the sub-segments, he added.

Heading into its earnings release, Groupon Inc traded down more than 2 percent.

Kevin Riley and Brianna Valleskey contributed to this report.

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