EU needs money to pay for the refugees milking their welfare system and lawsuits from terror attack victims.
GOOG facing Obama style gold mining by EU. Partial payback.
Will be a great buying opportunity today.
JESUS IS MY LORD
It is so funny that EU would fine Google. EU does not even have it's house in order. I am sanguine it will be reversed. Meanwhile the shorts, the negativity spreading people and the depressing ones are having a field day. Well Google will end up higher today and for the week. Look if you own a car it is almost 100% chance that you will have some problem with it after 100,000 miles . So information highway is like that too. There are many candidates on the information highway and sometimes they may step on each others toes but the consumer benefits in the long run for efficiency and quickness and accuracy. But it will be reversed. Hungry EU is looking for MO Cheese (money) and that's that.
GOOGL is worth around $100. a share in my opinion. 951.73-20.36 (-2.09%) As of 1:51PM EDT. Market open.
Tech bubble is upon us EU just put a negative spin to the crash
I like FB & GOOGL in FANG
whooz yor daddy
EU is so strapped for cash they have to go after strong U.S. companies
EU needs money to support Greece, just fine successful American companies like MSFT and GOOG for revenue. Brilliant.
A money grab by global government. If you don't like Google, use Bing. Or just know google might manipulate search for economic or political gains, and so look beyond the top result. Simple fix.
Over valuation concerns are real. I do not expect google to go over 1000 before earnings. Probably trade between 940-980 and go down in bad news. A healthy earnings beat can drive the stock over 1000 or a miss(or a meet) will pull it back. I am long. I entered at 816 and 932 and I expect the price to go to 1100 in a year.
whooz yor daddy
File the appeal papers Eric! This fine is total BS!
EU fines Google record $2.7 billion in first antitrust case
EU antitrust regulators hit Alphabet (GOOGL.O) unit Google with a record 2.42-billion-euro ($2.7 billion) fine on Tuesday, taking a tough line in the first of three investigations into the company's dominance in searches and smartphones. The Europea