Uber shares jumped more than 13% following the better than anticipated effects. The quantities suggest a path for Uber to become financially rewarding, even with inflationary pressures and lingering driver shortages in some towns, stated Dan Ives, analyst at Wedbush Securities. “In a nutshell, regardless of climbing journey share prices throughout the US/Europe clearly consumers are nevertheless shifting to the Uber system primarily as vacation, shifting to the workplace, and other post pandemic traits consider keep globally with Uber poised to gain into 2023,” he said.