Nvidia Posts Record Sales, Warns of Russia, China Hit
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Graphics-chip maker Nvidia gave a muted sales outlook, citing supply-chain disruptions in China and reduced business in Russia, as it posted record sales for the most recent quarter.

Nvidia said sales in the current quarter are likely to come in at $8.1 billion, missing Wall Street forecasts. The company said it anticipated a roughly $500 million hit to sales relating to Russia and Covid-19 lockdowns in China.

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