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|Day's Range||1,060.83 - 1,082.71|
|52 Week Range||849.86 - 1,186.89|
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Alphabet, Google's parent company, reported another pretty solid beat this
Monday, April 23: Macron coming for Trump’s first official state visit; Tencent Music wants to IPO in 2018 in US; more than 170 companies report earnings this week including Alphabet, Amazon, Facebook, Twitter, Starbucks, GM. Yahoo Finance’s Dan Roberts runs through it all.
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Google reported first-quarter earnings earnings and revenue that topped expectations. Google said that Q1 earnings were $13.33 a share, including investment gains on equity securities, up 72% from a year ago. Revenue jumped 26% to $31.15 billion.
Alphabet reported quarterly earnings after the bell on Monday. Alphabet made two key changes: The company disclosed "gain on equity securities," and moved Nest from its "other bets" segment to its "Google" segment. In addition to the $3 billion "mark-to-market" gain on Alphabet's portfolio, comparing recast financials showed that Nest lost $168 million on revenue of $278 million in the fourth quarter of last year.
Google owner Alphabet Inc (GOOGL.O) reported first-quarter sales and profit Monday that topped financial analysts' estimates due to strong ad sales and a change in accounting for investments in startups, sending its shares up about 1 percent after hours. The results eased concerns that investment in new ventures beyond its core search business was undermining Alphabet's outlook. "Google continues to dominate both mobile and desktop search," he added.
Google owner Alphabet Inc reported first-quarter sales and profit Monday that topped financial analysts' estimates due to strong ad sales and a change in accounting for investments in startups, sending its shares up about 1 percent after hours. The results eased concerns that investment in new ventures beyond its core search business was undermining Alphabet's outlook. "Google continues to dominate both mobile and desktop search," he added.
Google parent Alphabet on Monday reported a jump in first-quarter net income on the back of strong digital ad sales and an accounting adjustment. The Mountain View, California-based company's net income ...
U.S. stocks end the session little changed on Monday as investors grappled with rising bond yields and a mixed bag of earnings reports.
Google parent Alphabet beat Wall Street estimates in its earnings report Monday, posting revenue of $31.15 billion compared with $30.29 billion expected. Analysts had expected just $3.5 billion in capital expenditures for all of Alphabet's divisions.
Alphabet (GOOGL) this afternoon reported Q1 revenue and profit that easily topped analysts’ expectations, sending its shares higher in late trading. Revenue in the three months ended in March rose 26%, year-over-year, to $27.76 billion, on an adjusted basis, yielding earnings per share of $9.93. Analysts had, on average, been modeling total Alphabet revenue of $24.26 billion, and EPS of $9.28 on GAAP basis, and EPS of $11.74 when certain expenses are excluded.
Google’s digital advertising business generated robust growth in the first quarter, while spending surged. Parent Alphabet Inc. reported first-quarter sales of $24.9 billion, excluding payments to partners that distribute Google services and ads. The results suggest the company has so far shrugged off a privacy backlash against internet companies and their data-heavy ad targeting businesses.