|Bid||1,053.55 x 200|
|Ask||1,054.27 x 100|
|Day's Range||1,041.29 - 1,059.13|
|52 Week Range||984.00 - 1,291.44|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.32|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||45.71|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Google parent Alphabet is shutting down its SCHAFT robotics unit after failing to find a buyer. Home to the company's giant bipedal bots designed to act as first responders in emergencies, the secretive division was supposed to go to Softbank as part of its Boston Dynamics buyout (another Google robotics venture). As a result, Google says it was left with no option but to close its doors.
Google is the latest to tease its deals, slashing the prices of its latest products: the Pixel 3 and 3 XL and Google Home Hub. If you just want the one handset, you'll have to wait a tad longer for savings -- Google is trimming $150 off the Pixel 3 and $200 off the Pixel 3 XL for three days beginning November 22nd. If you can hold your nerve longer still, you can grab a Cyber Monday deal that gets you a free Home Hub and $50 to spend on the Google Store when you buy the latest Pixels.
Investors can’t seem to catch a break this year amid the S&P 500’s (^GSPC) paltry 2% gain, but some historical market trends are pointing to a strong 2019.
Google is giving its business customers a new way to reach their customers. The company is today starting the rollout of a revamped Google My Business mobile application for iOS and Android that will offer new tools for viewing customer info - including followers, reviews and messages - as well as a way to quickly create content to publish to their business profile on Google. The changes arrive shortly after a recent update to Google Maps that introduced a new "Follow" button for tracking businesses, in order to stay informed about promotions, events and other news.
When Google showed off its Night Sight feature at the Pixel 3 event last month, we were impressed but skeptical. Now, Google is finally releasing Night Sight to the masses -- meaning you won't have to resort to installing a camera port to test out this mode. Google said that Night Sight measures your natural hand shake, as well as how much motion is in the scene, before you press the shutter button.
Amazon (AMZN) disappointed investors on October 25 when it reported weak third-quarter 2018 results and soft revenue guidance for the fourth quarter. While Amazon exceeded third-quarter earnings estimates, its revenues missed Wall Street expectations. The online retail giant also predicts weakness in its fourth-quarter revenues.
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The Walt Disney Company (DIS) has been losing ESPN subscribers for the past several years. It reported 88 million ESPN subscribers at the end of fiscal 2017, a fall for the fourth straight year.
Software giant Oracle Corp. this week lost key ground in a legal challenge to the Pentagon’s $10 billion, winner-takes-all cloud services contract, which analysts largely agree favors Amazon.
Both these arguments appeared in refereed academic journals — and then were removed from the online versions of these same journals. You might start by sending your controversial research to the top journals in your field.
Facebook (FB) has been posting disappointing revenues due to declining user base growth. Facebook delivered revenues of ~$13.73 billion in Q3 2018, missing Wall Street expectations of $13.78 billion by 0.3%.
Google parent Alphabet Inc.'s stock edged up 0.4% in premarket trade Thursday, but the price chart is on track to producea bearish "death cross" pattern, which some technicians believe marks the spot a short-term decline morphs into a long-term downtrend. The stock's 50-day moving average is poised to open at $1,129.585 while the 200-day moving average is set to open at $1.129.95, according to FactSet. Meanwhile, the last "death cross" appeared on June 24, 2016, which was one day before the stock bottomed at a correction low of $681.14. Alphabet's stock would become the second "FANG" stock to produce a death cross, after Facebook Inc.'s death cross appeared on Sept. 20. Netflix Inc.'s stock is close, with a death cross likely to appear early next week, while Amazon.com Inc.'s stock could be weeks away at the current pace of decline for its 50-day MA. The S&P 500 is also weeks away from producing a death cross.