SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. /zigman2/quotes/210357674/composite SEAS +3.30% reported Thursday a fifth straight quarterly loss, but beat bottom-line expectations for the first time in six quarters, as revenue, attendance and guest spending all beat forecasts. Thje stock was still inactive in premarket trading. The fourth-quarter net loss widened to $45.5 million, or 58 cents a share, from $24.2 million, or 31 cents a share, in the year-ago period. The FactSet consensus was for a per-share loss of 71 cents. Revenue fell 48.3% to $154.1 million, but was well above the FactSet consensus of $122.1 million. Attendance dropped 52.8% to 2.2 million but beat the FactSet consensus of 2.0 million, while admission per capita rose 9.4% to $41.44 to beat expectations of $40.80 and total revenue per capita increased 9.4% to $69.40 to top forecasts of $68.30. The company currently has eight of its 12 parks open, at limited capacity, and is planning to have all 12 of its parks open for the 2021 season. "Guests showed a continuing desire and interest to visit our parks, especially during our Halloween and Christmas events," said Chief Executive Marc Swanson. " As we enter 2021, we are pleased that guests are returning, including for our popular food and music festivals." The stock has rallied 42.4% over the past three months, while the S&P 500 /zigman2/quotes/210599714/realtime SPX +0.36% has gained 8.2%.