May 3 (Bloomberg) -- LivePerson Inc. slid the most since the shares listed in Tel Aviv in March as the customer-service software maker issued a second-quarter outlook that was below analysts’ estimates and after its recommendation was cut.
The shares tumbled 8.8 percent to 41.58 shekels at the 4:30 p.m. close in Tel Aviv.
Second-quarter revenue will be $31.3 million to $31.8 million and adjusted earnings per share will be 6 cents to 8 cents, the company said yesterday in a PR Newswire statement. Revenue was expected to reach $32 million and earnings 8 cents a share, according to the median estimates of seven analysts on Bloomberg.
Craig-Hallum Capital Group Ltd. lowered its recommendation on the shares to “accumulate” from “buy” with a 12-month price estimate of $14.
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