1,079.99 +6.18 (0.58%)
Pre-Market: 5:05AM EDT
|Bid||1,079.00 x 100|
|Ask||1,081.69 x 100|
|Day's Range||1,067.05 - 1,087.89|
|52 Week Range||879.28 - 1,198.00|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||59.67|
|Earnings Date||Apr 25, 2018 - Apr 30, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||1,278.21|
Caterpillar and Coca-Cola earnings will set the tone for investors on Tuesday as the busiest week of first quarter earnings season gets underway.
Alphabet, Google's parent company, reported another pretty solid beat this
Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith and Jared Blikre on the 10-year treasury yield trading just shy of 3%, Qualcomm under pressure, what to expect in Alphabet's earnings and the US Treasury possibly easing sanctions on a Russian aluminum producer.
Investors and financial advisers alike blithely assume that companies slip easily into various industry and sector indexes to which myriad funds and ETFs are benchmarked. Facebook and Amazon are among a number of well-known companies moving from one sector to another after two big index providers — S&P Dow Jones and MSCI — announced changes to their methodology for the Global Industry Classification Standards. Facebook, for example, is being reclassified from Information Technology to Communication Services, which is the new name for what used to be called Telecommunication Services.
Alphabet Inc. is pushing efforts to roll back the most comprehensive biometric privacy law in the U.S., even as the company and its peers face heightened scrutiny after the unauthorized sharing of data ...
Three years and one Apple boot camp later, his free measurement-converter app, Quickvert, has been downloaded more than 1,000 times on the App Store. Ashwat, who often skips cartoons to code, is among thousands who’ve passed through the company’s App Accelerator in the Indian tech hub of Bangalore over the past year. By choosing Ashwat’s app as one of a handful of accelerator projects to showcase, Apple Inc. is showing India’s most junior developers it wants to help smooth their way to the App Store.
Alphabet Inc. reported a huge swing in profit and spending Monday, with earnings jumping more than 70% in the first quarter and capital expenditures nearly tripling from the year before. Earnings jumped because a change in accounting rules forced the company to recognize the rough value of its stake in the ride-hailing giant Uber Technologies Inc., and spending was hit by a fancy new building and ambitious infrastructure projects. The Google parent company’s stake in Uber — purchased for about $377 million in 2013 — appears to be worth about $3 billion, according to Monday’s report and some calculations from Barclays analyst Ross Sandler.
Google has sought to quell investor worries about the impact on its business of Europe’s new privacy rules, suggesting instead that the new regulations might even leave the internet company better off. Changes forced by the new rules would have “a positive impact for users and publishers and advertisers, and so our business”, said Sundar Pichai, chief executive. , whose dominance of online advertising is heavily tied to their ability to target advertising based on the personal data they collect.
Futures rose modestly Tuesday morning as Alphabet stock held steady despite strong earnings. Stock indexes are stuck below 50-day lines as Apple and chip stocks keep falling and Treasury yields rise.
In the U.S. government’s lawsuit to block the merger of AT&T with Time Warner, the two companies say the deal needs to be approved for them to survive an onslaught from big tech. Yet, the imminent doom ...
The good news is that Google still makes insane amounts of money. Advertising revenue, which still accounts for 86% of the core Google business, jumped 24% year over year to $26.6 billion. It also is more than double what Facebook is believed to have generated in ad revenue for the same period.
Some brands are now accusing Alibaba of punishing them for not agreeing to exclusive online deals. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Melody Hahm, and Ethan Wolff-Mann discuss.
Just weeks after Spotify went public, Chinese music streaming giant Tencent is gearing up to be the next big IPO. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Melody Hahm, and Ethan Wolff-Mann discuss China’s growing consumer buying power.