Investors Unfazed as Nielsen Releases Q1 ’22 Results


With low trading volume and a scant upward tick of 0.5% in early afternoon trading on the NYSE, Nielsen shares once again displayed the somewhat moribund activity seen since  March 29, when the company confirmed that it was mulling a privatization effort from a consortium led by one-time dissident investor Elliott Management.

For the company led by CEO David Kenny, the lack of activity for NLSN on a day the company’s first quarter 2022 earnings beat analysts’ estimate may not signal malaise from investors. Rather, it could further cement the realization that the Q1 report may very well be the last from the global audience measurement and consumer analytics firm.

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