|Bid||1,068.4800 x 100|
|Ask||1,069.3000 x 100|
|Day's Range||1,066.2000 - 1,078.5000|
|52 Week Range||849.8600 - 1,186.8900|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||59.32|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||1,327.00|
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The key earnings report today comes from Alphabet after the close. For Q1, Alphabet is expected to report adjusted EPS of $9.21, up from $7.73 in the prior-year quarter, on revenue of $24.29 billion, according to third-party consensus estimates (revenue estimates are on a net basis excluding traffic acquisition costs).
, the parent of Google, is set to report earnings later on Monday. If GOOGL weakens below $1,000 it will be a new low for the move down and a bearish sign. In this updated daily bar chart of GOOGL, below, we can see that prices did improve in the past week.
Can the major indexes reclaim key support? Can Apple hold its 200-day? Will the 10-year Treasury yield top 3%? And is Twitter a better stock than Facebook or Google-parent Alphabet?
Four years ago this week, Google shares were trading at about $520 each, meaning CEO Sundar Pichai’s stock award was worth roughly $184 million when it was issued. Alphabet-owned Google’s shares have doubled in value since then.
Big ad revenue-sharing payments have been weighing on Google's margins. But its mobile and video ad sales have been booming.
U.S. stock futures edge higher on Monday, trying to shake off rising bond yields, as the closely watched yield on the 10-year Treasury note came close to 3%.
Hi Ho Interest Rates! The global bond market is off to a pretty bad start this week, especially for US Treasuries. Interest rates on the 10-year shot up 3 basis points to 2.98%. Interest on the National Debt of $21.15 trillion just went up about $6 billion annually, give or take a few hundred million […] The post Market Exclusive Daily Roundup April 23 appeared first on Market Exclusive.
The opportunity cost for U.S. companies caught in the nascent U.S.-China trade war is becoming apparent. The costs will be felt among tech companies and perhaps over time, among their customers, too.
Media companies resent Google for destroying their advertising model and aggregating news. The two CEOs were testifying as AT&T’s final witnesses in the U.S. government’s lawsuit to block the merger of the two companies.
A big test for stocks lies ahead this week as large-cap tech names that are so heavily weighted in the indices report earnings this week, among a ton of other stocks in different sectors and groups. In this column I have now discussed for the better part of the past two-and-a-half months that we are likely seeing the stock market go through a phase transition period where the 2017 low volatility melt-up is leading to period of more normalized volatility (i.e. Some of the large technology names reporting earnings this week are Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL,NASDAQ:GOOG), Facebook, Inc. (NASDAQ:FB), Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN), Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT).
While investors and commentators have focused on the long-term boost to business from the Republican-led tax act’s steep cut to headline corporate tax rates, most of America’s biggest corporations have first had to record one-off charges — and the question of what happens next is not straightforward. The remaining 39 have reported one-off net tax benefits worth a total of $150bn, meaning that the biggest overhaul of the tax code for a generation has cut $18bn from the current book value of its leading public companies. of a visit by Steven Mnuchin, US Treasury secretary, for trade talks, in a sign that the two economies are entering a negotiation phase after threats of tariffs from both sides.
Alphabet Inc. has adopted a new accounting standard that will result in a number of changes in its earnings results, one of which could bring the value of its investment in Uber Technologies Inc. into public view. Previously profits or losses from nonmarketable stock—as in, privately held companies, such as startups—wasn’t recorded in companies’ financial statements but because of the new rules, Alphabet (GOOGL) (GOOG) will now include such investments on its income statement in the “Other Income and Expense” line item. Back in 2013, Alphabet’s venture capital arm known now as GV, dropped $258 million into Uber’s war chest at a $3.76 billion valuation, and Alphabet gained an additional 0.34% of Uber’s equity, equal to about $245 million, as part of a settlement of the self-driving lawsuit between the two Silicon Valley companies.
Futures were mixed as the 10-year Treasury yield kept rising after hitting a four-year high Friday. Google-parent Alphabet, TD Ameritrade report earnings Monday.
Amazon.com Inc. ( AMZN) has become the latest big-name tech company to move into the blockchain space. In a blog post on Thursday, Amazon Web Services (AWS), the e-commerce giant's cloud computing arm, announced the launch of AWS Blockchain Templates, “a fast and easy way to create and deploy secure blockchain networks using open source frameworks.” The new product, which TechCrunch notes will compete with similar offerings from IBM Corp. ( IBM) and Oracle Corp. ( ORCL), provides developers with pre-set blockchain frameworks that support two versions of the technology: Ethereum and the Linux Foundation's Hyperledger Fabric.
Stock futures are mostly lower as benchmark 10-year Treasury notes inch closer to 3%; Google parent Alphabet, T-Mobile US and Hasbro report earnings; Akorn plunges after Germany's Fresenius drops its planned ...
: Alphabet is expected to report per-share earnings of $9.28, according to analysts polled by FactSet, compared with $7.23 on that basis a year earlier. : Due to new accounting rules, Alphabet said it would begin reporting the current fair value of nonmarketable securities, including its stake in closely held startups. Corp. at a $48 billion valuation—a roughly 30% discount to the last time it sold new shares to investors, at a $68 billion valuation.
As large tech companies report first-quarter earnings in a flood of results during the next two weeks, they face a major test: Will they continue to post huge growth, and fuel further overall gains for ...
That the personal data of tens of millions of Facebook (FB.O) users fell into the wrong hands is troubling politicians, but Germany's top competition regulator is questioning the sheer volume of information that the social network harvests. Andreas Mundt, president of the Federal Cartel Office, is awaiting Facebook's response to his findings, published in December, that it abuses its market dominance by gathering data on people without their proper consent.