Alphabet, Inc. (GOOGL)
|Net Income (ttm)||72.02B|
|Day's Range||100.38 - 101.84|
|52-Week Range||95.56 - 151.55|
|Price Target||146.27 (+43.9%)|
|Earnings Date||Oct 24, 2022|
Alphabet Inc. provides various products and platforms in the United States, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, the Asia-Pacific, Canada, and Latin America. It operates through Google Services, Google Cloud, and Other Bets segments. The Google Services segment offers products and services, including ads, Android, Chrome, hardware, Gmail, Google Drive, Google Maps, Google Photos, Google Play, Search, and YouTube. It is also involved in the sale of apps and in-app purchases and digital content in the Google Play store; and Fitbit wearable devices, G... [Read more...]
In 2021, Alphabet's revenue was $257.64 billion, an increase of 41.15% compared to the previous year's $182.53 billion. Earnings were $76.03 billion, an increase of 88.81%.Financial Statements
According to 57 analysts, the average rating for GOOGL stock is "Buy." The 12-month stock price forecast is 146.27, which is an increase of 43.91% from the latest price.
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