GOOG - Alphabet Inc.

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1,042.10
-19.80 (-1.86%)
At close: 4:00PM EST

1,041.00 -1.10 (-0.11%)
After hours: 6:05PM EST

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Previous Close1,061.90
Open1,049.98
Bid1,038.00 x 1200
Ask1,041.95 x 900
Day's Range1,040.79 - 1,062.60
52 Week Range980.64 - 1,273.89
Volume1,683,629
Avg. Volume1,828,331
Market Cap727.751B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.31
PE Ratio (TTM)39.11
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Barrons.com11 minutes ago

    How to Play Tech’s Top 3 Themes for 2019

    Tech stocks have struggled in recent months, but the big drivers haven’t changed. Here are stocks benefiting from the multi-year disruptive trends.

  • Plans for 800-bed 'co-living' proposal near downtown San Jose Google project spark zoning conversation
    American City Business Journals2 hours ago

    Plans for 800-bed 'co-living' proposal near downtown San Jose Google project spark zoning conversation

    Plans submitted to the city for an 18-story, 800-bed co-living development in San Jose near where Google is aiming to build a massive new tech campus shed light on StarCity's first South Bay development. The venture-backed startup has developed a brand in the Bay Area for making “dorm living for adults.”

  • Google: Is Selling Video Ads More Lucrative than Subscriptions?
    Market Realist4 hours ago

    Google: Is Selling Video Ads More Lucrative than Subscriptions?

    Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google is shaking up its YouTube business in a fashion that suggests selling ads may be more lucrative than selling content subscriptions. The shakeup involves Google ending the practice of restricting access to YouTube original content to paid subscribers. There is a paid subscription service called YouTube Premium that costs $12 a month and offers ad-free access to all videos on YouTube plus exclusive access to originals.

  • What’s the Potential for Spotify in India?
    Market Realist4 hours ago

    What’s the Potential for Spotify in India?

    Spotify (SPOT) is preparing to launch its music streaming service in India as early as the first quarter of 2019, according to a Bloomberg report citing people familiar with the company’s plans. Spotify has long been rumored to be exploring an India entry and for a good reason. India, with its 1.3 billion people and a swelling Internet population, is generally a key target market for digital companies, and online music seems to be one of the sweet spots.

  • CNBC6 hours ago

    Google and Amazon will launch Apple AirPods competitors next year, top analyst says

    TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says Amazon and Google will launch AirPods competitors in the second half of 2019. AirPods are Apple's most popular accessory ever, according to Kuo. Google already tried to launch its own headphones, the Pixel Buds, but they they weren't received well.

  • Here’s a Look at Google’s Latest Push in India
    Market Realist6 hours ago

    Here’s a Look at Google’s Latest Push in India

    Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google has unveiled a shopping service called Google Shopping, which will make it easier for Indian users to shop on its platform. Google Shopping will be available both in English and Hindi. The new platform can be accessed through Google Search or Google Lens.

  • InvestorPlace7 hours ago

    Video Will Make the Future of Facebook Stock Bright

    It has been a rough year for social media and digital advertising behemoth Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) and for FB stock. Facebook stock entered 2018 with a $500 billion market cap, and Facebook had 50% revenue growth, 50% operating margins, and an unparalleled digital ecosystem that pretty much every internet user in the world was plugged into. FB stock is exiting 2018 with a $400 billion market cap, and FB now has 30% revenue growth, 40% operating margins, and a global digital ecosystem that’s threatened by regulation and user fatigue.

  • Baidu’s Big Plans in Shanghai
    Market Realist9 hours ago

    Baidu’s Big Plans in Shanghai

    Baidu (BIDU) has formed an AI partnership with the city of Shanghai. Baidu has agreed to set up an AI research center in the city under the partnership, according to Xinhua, and Baidu and the Shanghai municipal government have agreed to team up on smart city development.

  • CNBC10 hours ago

    Google brings its shopping service to India, tapping into the country's digital boom

    Indian shoppers will now be able search for deals on a variety of products from numerous retailers using Google Shopping. India has seen rapid growth in its digital economy, with tech firms like Flipkart, Snapdeal and Paytm shaking up e-commerce. The expansion signals a deeper push by Google into e-commerce, and is the latest move from a U.S. tech giant to extend its footprint in India.

  • Zacks11 hours ago

    Google Boosts Parental Control With Family Link on Chromebook

    Alphabet's (GOOGL) Google to gain popularity among parents with Family Link on Chromebooks.

  • CNBC10 hours ago

    New Zealand criticizes Google for revealing identity of backpacker murder suspect

    Google representatives will meet with New Zealand’s Justice Minister on Tuesday. On Tuesday the company published the name of the man suspected of murdering British woman Grace Millane. New Zealand law had dictated that media outlets could not name the suspect.

  • What’s Come of Baidu’s Research and Development Spending
    Market Realist11 hours ago

    What’s Come of Baidu’s Research and Development Spending

    At The Wall Street Journal‘s D.Live technology conference last year, Baidu (BIDU) CEO Robin Li said that the company spends ~15% of its annual revenue on research and development, with almost the entire budget going to AI initiatives. And what has come out of that? The top AI patent applicant in China. Forbes, citing the Patent Protection Association of China, reported that Baidu has filed 2,368 AI patent applications. In comparison, Microsoft (MSFT) has filed 1,648 AI patent applications, Tencent (TCEHY) has filed 1,168, and Samsung (SSNLF) has filed 1,047.

  • A Closer Look at Alphabet’s Profitability Ratio
    Market Realist12 hours ago

    A Closer Look at Alphabet’s Profitability Ratio

    Alphabet’s (GOOGL) TTM (trailing-12- month) gross margin is 60.18%, while the industry and sector averages are 41.89% and 40.91%, respectively. Alphabet’s five-year gross margin is 61.61%.

  • Alphabet Enters a $285 Billion Market
    Market Realist12 hours ago

    Alphabet Enters a $285 Billion Market

    Alphabet (GOOGL) has officially joined the chase for the global ride-hailing market’s $285 billion commercial opportunity. On December 5, Alphabet’s Waymo subsidiary launched its long-anticipated commercial ride-hailing service in Phoenix, Arizona, opening up a new revenue opportunity for Alphabet. The commercial opportunity in the ride-hailing market is attractive.

  • Bloomberg16 hours ago

    Forget Big Oil. Google Is the New Target for Activists

    Google, which famously adopted the creed “Don’t be evil,” has fallen into a corporate club previously filled by oil companies, mining giants and weapons manufacturers. "Well, Google united the human rights groups," Harris wrote on Twitter.

  • Bloomberg16 hours ago

    Forget Big Oil. Google Is the New Target for Activists

    Google, which famously adopted the creed “Don’t be evil,” has fallen into a corporate club previously filled by oil companies, mining giants and weapons manufacturers. "Well, Google united the human rights groups," Harris wrote on Twitter.

  • Bloomberg18 hours ago

    Russian Rappers Give Up on Putin

    Putin himself demanded this week to know why the shows were being shut down. The lessons of Soviet censorship couldn’t have been clearer for Putin. In 2010, Putin had a much-publicized confrontation with one of them, Yuri Shevchuk of the band DDT, who told the Russian strongman that Russia wasn’t a free country under his leadership.

  • Financial Times20 hours ago

    [$$] New Zealand hits out at Google for naming backpacker murder suspect

    Andrew Little, the country’s justice minister, has summoned the tech company’s executives to a meeting on Tuesday to discuss the incident, which occurred when the US technology giant sent a mass email naming the suspect to subscribers of its Google Trends service in New Zealand. The man’s name was the subject of a court suppression order in New Zealand, a tactic used in some common-law nations in a bid to ensure a fair trial.

  • CNBC21 hours ago

    China could surpass the US in artificial intelligence tech. Here's how

    Global GDP is set to increase by 14 percent because of artificial intelligence, according to PwC. China's vast amount of data collected along with its massive population gives it an advantage over the U.S. Some 48 percent of all AI venture funding globally went to China in 2017.