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After Oracle, Thomas Kurian is joining Alphabet: a good thing for the Alphabet stock?

9:59 pm ET, 19 Nov 2018

Oracle former president Thomas Kurian is joining Google Cloud on November 26, while Dianne Greene will step down.  Green will remain as CEO until the end of the year and will still be on Alphabet's board after leaving her role.

The tension between Green and Google's CEO, Sundar Pichai, has been going on for quite some time.  It was well-known that the Alphabet's leadership team was looking for a new leader for Google Cloud.   

Around the same time, Thomas Kuran and Larry Ellison had a fallout--the press quoted Kurian's desire to partner with other cloud infrastructure providers.  However, an unnamed source confirmed with Finstead that Kurian was 'gunning' for the CEO position, in light of questions about the succession plan for Mark Hurd (an ongoing speculation).

How should this affect Alphabet's and Oracle's stock price?  Executive shuffles typically don't impact stock prices, particularly if they are related to fit and personality conflicts, which seems to be the factor here (both at Alphabet and Oracle). 

Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL) shares are trading at 1059.21, down -0.28% from yesterday.  Oracle Corporation (ORCL) shares are trading at 51.33, up 3.54% from yesterday.

Over the last month, Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL) returned -6.27%.

Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL) forward P/E ratio is 22.46, and it’s high compared to its industry peers’ P/E ratios.  The average analyst price target ($1,382.10) is 30.48% above its current price ($1,059.21).


Over the last month, Oracle Corporation (ORCL) returned +6.38%.

Oracle Corporation (ORCL) average analyst price target ($53.27) is 3.78% above its current price ($51.33).

For the latest price and information on Oracle or Alphabet, please visit Finstead and search for "ORCL news" or "GOOGL news".

Alphabet (GOOGL) earnings: will it beat again?

6:26 am ET, 24 Oct 2018

Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL) shares are trading at $1,111.59, down 3%. The company is announcing its quarterly earnings results on Thursday after the market close. What's driving GOOGL stock price? What's GOOGL stock price forecast?

Alphabet Inc is a holding company, with Google operating as a wholly owned subsidiary. The stock has provided a return of 11% in the past year.  Alphabet is facing a lot of antitrust cases and the most recent one was a $5 billion Android antitrust case filed by the EU. However, the company was able to absorb the fine in the last quarter’s results and post a profit of $3.2 billion.

Investors like the stock because Google is still the preferred search engine of many consumers across the globe and the company generates strong ad revenues. On the other hand, some bearish investors feel that the stock’s upside is limited. Last quarter's revenue rose 26% to $32.66 billion and earnings per share came at $11.75 compared to $8.90 for the same period last year.

Third-quarter results will be released after market close on October 25, 2018.  Analysts expect the company to earn $10.42 per share on revenue of $34.04 billion. The company beat analyst estimates in the previous four quarters.

What is the sentiment towards the GOOGL stock? Our technical analysis shows that: 

  • The stock short-term sentiment (next 30 days) is trending negative;
  • The mid-term sentiment (3-6 months) is trending negative;
  • The long-term sentiment (9-12 months) is trending positive. 

Over the last month, Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL) returned -4.36%.

Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL) average analyst price target ($1,382.10) is 23.34% above its current price ($1,120.54).

For the latest price and information on Alphabet Inc., please visit Finstead and search for "GOOGL price" or "GOOGL news".

Salesforce.com (CRM) stock: what's the sentiment?

1:36 pm ET, 29 Aug 2018

Salesforce.com Inc (CRM) shares are trading at 154.45, up 1%. The company announces earnings on August 29 after the market close.  What's driving CRM stock price? What's CRM stock price forecast?

Salesforce has been on an acquisition spree, and the M&A tempo is still going steady.  The company closed its $6.5 billion acquisition of MuleSoft, a major applications integration player.   In addition, Salesforce has been expanding its international operations and creating partnership the likes of Amazon and Alphabet.  

MuleSoft, which diluted CRM's earnings, contributed heavily in Salesforce’s raised forecast in its last earnings report. $315 million out of $415 million in Salesforce's raised outlook for the year is coming from MuleSoft.

On today's earnings call, the company is likely to focus on its annual Dreamforce convention in late September. The conference will take over the city of San Francisco from September 24 until September 28. 

What is the sentiment towards the CRM stock? Our technical analysis shows that:

  • The stock short-term sentiment (next 30 days) is positive;
  • The mid-term sentiment (3-6 months) is positive;
  • The long-term sentiment (9-12 months) is trending positive. 

Over the last month, Salesforce.com Inc (CRM) returned +4.32%.

Salesforce.com Inc (CRM) average analyst price target ($147.48) is -3.16% below its current price ($152.30).

For the latest price and information on Salesforce.com Inc, please visit Finstead and search for "CRM price" or "CRM news".

Snap (SNAP) earnings preview: focus on user and revenue growth

4:34 pm ET, 31 Jul 2018

Snap Inc. (SNAP) is expected to report earnings on August 7 after market close.  The report will be for the fiscal quarter ending June 2018. Shares are trading at 12.27, down -4.36%.

What are SNAP earnings expectations?  What news should investors be paying attention to?

Snap is the maker of one of the most popular social networking apps, Snapchat, which has captured 158 million users to date, most of whom are between the ages of 18 and 24. The company is starting to attract the attention of advertisers with a growth trajectory toward $1 billion in revenue. However, there is no guarantee that Snap will effectively monetize these users on a consistent basis.

Snap's competition, which includes Facebook with nearly 2 billion users, is overwhelming. In particular, Instagram, owned by Facebook, may emerge as a substitute for Snapchat. The larger ecosystems of Snap’s competitors may have also created somewhat of an exit barrier for their users, which could further limit the growth acceleration of Snapchat users. 

While digital ad budgets continue to grow, so does the number of ad inventory providers in the space.  There is no guarantee that a larger portion of new digital ad dollars will flow to Snap. Facebook and Alphabet’s Google, which have proven the value of their ad inventories to advertisers over the years and together dominate the market, will probably continue to take more digital ad dollars over time.

Snap Inc. has a mixed history of beating analysts’ earnings estimates. In the past four quarters, the company: 

  • Missed analyst EPS estimates by 2 cents ($-.16 actuals vs. $-.14 forecast) in FQ2’17;
  • Delivered on the analyst EPS estimate ($-.14 actuals vs. $-.14 forecast) in FQ3’17;
  • Beat analyst EPS estimates by 2 cents ($-.13 actuals vs. $-.15 forecast) in FQ4’17;
  • Delivered on the analyst EPS estimate ($-.17 actuals vs. $-.17 forecast) in FQ1’18.

For FQ2’18, EPS is expected to decline by 6% year-over-year to $-.17, while revenue is expected to grow 39% year-over-year to $253 million.  

Over the last month, Snap Inc. (SNAP) returned -6.26%.

Snap Inc. (SNAP) average analyst price target ($11.74) is -4.32% below its current price ($12.27).

For the latest price and information on Snap, please visit Finstead and search for "SNAP price" or "SNAP news".

Alphabet (GOOGL) earnings preview: $100B+ run-rate revenue

1:31 pm ET, 18 Jul 2018

Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL) is expected to report earnings on July 23 after market close.  The report will be for the fiscal quarter ending June 2018.  Shares are trading at 1196.51, down -0.66%.

What are GOOGL earnings expectations?  What news will the market be watching out for?  

Last quarter, Alphabet beat expectations on the top and bottom line. Strength in Google’s advertising, cloud, and hardware offerings helped accelerate overall revenue growth from a year ago.

Alphabet’s network effect continues to drive growth in the size and overall usage of Google’s ecosystem which help the firm remain the behemoth in online advertising and gain further traction in enterprise cloud. While the better-than-expected first-quarter revenue helped beat expectations on the bottom line, the growing traffic acquisition costs plus further investments in data centers and content acquisitions, continue to push gross margin lower.

Alphabet dominates the online search market with Google’s global share above 80%, via which it generates strong revenue growth and cash flow.  Analysts expect continuing growth in the firm’s cash flow and remain confident that Google will maintain its leadership in the search market.

YouTube will gradually contribute more to the firm’s top and bottom lines, and investments of some of that cash in moonshots are likely to be attractive in the long run.  Moonshots present significant upside.

Alphabet Inc. has a mixed history of beating analysts’ earnings estimates.  In the past four quarters, the company: 

  • Beat analyst EPS estimates by 65 cents ($8.90 actuals vs. $8.25 forecast) in FQ2’17;
  • Beat analyst EPS estimates by 114 cents ($9.57 actuals vs. $8.43 forecast) in FQ3’17;
  • Missed analyst EPS estimates by 42 cents ($9.70 actuals vs. $10.12 forecast) in FQ4’17;
  • Beat analyst EPS estimates by 72 cents ($9.93 actuals vs. $9.21 forecast) in FQ1’18.

For FQ2’18, EPS is expected to grow by 7% year-over-year to $9.51, while revenue is expected to grow 23% year-over-year to $25.65 billion.  

Over the last month, Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL) returned +3.21%. 

Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL) average analyst price target ($1,257.04) is 5.06% above its current price ($1,196.51).

For the latest price and information on Alphabet Inc., please visit Finstead and search for "GOOGL price" or "GOOGL news".

Alphabet (Google), Apple, Amazon or Facebook: who will win the race?

1:59 am ET, 08 May 2018

This past weekend we asked stock investors on Twitter: which company among the tech giants (Google / Alphabet, Apple, Amazon or Facebook) will outgrowth the competition?  We got some pretty insightful responses from our Twitter audience and are sharing with you their growth predictions in this Finstead Bites post.

Our Twitter poll shows, investors feel more optimistic about Alphabet (Google) and Amazon, and less optimistic about Facebook and Apple when it comes to those companies' growth prospects. 

Here is the poll question, verbatim: 

đź’ˇWhich company do you think will grow the most in the next 5 years? (To clarify: by growth, I mean market cap growth.)

And here are the responses:  


Buy-side stock analysts, on the other hand, do not see as much stock price upside for Amazon and envision a greater upside for Facebook.  This is somewhat understandable, given Facebook's recent snafu caused by user data leak.  

We consulted Finstead to find out  price target upside for each of those stocks (e.g., searched for "GOOGL upside")--and here is what we found out:

  • GOOGL price target upside is 21.09%.
  • FB price target upside is 25.68%.
  • AAPL price target upside is 3.73%.
  • AMZN price target upside is 3.96%.

The investors we polled on Twitter feel optimistic about Alphabet (Google) for the following reasons:

  • Alphabet's history of execution is unparalleled... it has made significant investments to diversify its revenues, and the effort is paying off.
  • Online and mobile video consumption is going through the roof and Alphabet remains strongly positioned here with YouTube. In its race to target TV ad dollars, Alphabet allowed Nielsen and comScore tagging of YouTube videos to determine the effectiveness of YouTube vs (compared to TV ads)--and YouTube is winning thus far.
  • Android’s dominant global market share of smartphones leaves Google well positioned to continue generating top-line growth as search traffic shifts from desktop to mobile.

Comparing Alphabet and Amazon, it's important to note that those two are still fundamentally different businesses.  While they compete in many areas, they focus on different things.  

The two companies are in the same range based on the market capitalization.  However, Amazon employs a lot more people (over 340,000) than Alphabet (78,000+).  Amazon generates more revenue than Alphabet ($178B vs.  $111B), is growing significantly faster (38% vs. 24%), but is also less profitable (1.7% vs.  11.42%). 

For a detailed comparison of the two companies, please visit Finstead and type AMZN vs. GOOGL.  

Facebook (FB) earnings expectations: 5 things to watch

10:19 am ET, 25 Apr 2018

Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) stock slightly dipped in today’s trading. The social networking company is disclosing its earnings results after the close bell today.

In 2017, the stock appreciated 47%. But in 2018, it is down 12%.

Investors are wondering what to expect from Facebook earnings. 

The consensus analyst profit expectation is $1.36 per share on revenue of $11.4 billion for the quarter.

Facebook's main source of revenue is advertising. Its CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that he doesn't see any significant impact on the company's business stemming from the Cambridge Analytica issue.

But according to analysts, the top position that the social networking company has attained through so many years may be threatened. User trust is broken because of the data leakage issue, instigating uncertainty around user engagement and growth.

The legislative control of social networks is evolving fast. Legislations were introduced by 2 US senators to curb Facebook data collection, storing, usage and sharing. 

On May 25, EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into effect. GDPR will let users control the way their personal information is stored and used. The firms that breach the rules will have to pay huge fines.

Ad prices are likely to surge because people spend less time on Facebook than before, leading to a reduction in ad impressions. The number of users in the US and Canada has declined in the previous quarter. 

For today’s earnings, the five key questions to watch out for are:

  • Is the number of users stable, or declining in developed markets such as the US and Canada? 
  • Are users spending less time on Facebook?
  • Are advertisers spending more or less money with Facebook?
  • Are there any indications of how the regulation may hit the bottom line?
  • Are the costs increasing?

What is the stock forecast for Facebook? Per Finstead Research, Facebook shares have an average price target of almost $224. It has an upside of about 40%.

The company has a fairly high valuation compared to its peers. Its P/E ratio is behind that of Google (GOOGL), Sina Corporation (SINA) and Twitter (TWTR).


For the latest news data on Facebook, please visit Finstead and type “FB news”, “FB stock price” or “FB price target”.  

Microsoft (MSFT): How High Is The Sky?

6:17 pm ET, 27 Mar 2018

Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) declined 5% in today’s trading, to below $90 per share.  Is this a good buying opportunity?   

The equity selloff among the top technology companies was instigated by Trumps's recent political announcement regarding tariffs on foreign goods.  The magnitude of the impact is $60 billion tariffs on Chinese imports.  The worst hit industries will be tech hardware and machinery. 

Beijing reacted by announcing its target--128 US projects which have an import value of $3 billion.  This resulted in a 6% decline for the IT Sector.

But Microsoft has a lot of things going for it.

The recent increase in the company's margins has resulted from the adoption of Azure, Microsoft’s public cloud, more profitable channel distribution, and an ever-growing customer base. The hope is that Microsoft will have a $50 Billion EBIT by mid-2019.

The firm anticipates doubling of the public cloud market to $230B by 2020.  Morgan Stanley thinks Microsoft will hit a $1 Trillion market cap in the upcoming year.

Such a rally over the course of this and next year would make MSFT go from the third largest public enterprise (only Apple and Alphabet and larger judging by market capitalization) to the largest one.

Per Finstead Research, Microsoft has an average price target of almost $104. Its price upside is almost 14%.

Microsoft’s valuation is fairly high among its peers (based on the forward P/E ratio), lagging only ADBE, RHT, and CRM.


Alphabet (GOOGL): Why Investors Think This Stock Is A Buy Now

4:08 pm ET, 26 Mar 2018

The similarity of Google’s and Facebook's business models, fueled by Facebook’s data leak, resulted in a dip for Alphabet’s stock price (NASDAQ: GOOGL) earlier last week. Both companies obtain the majority of their revenue from advertising. The impact is likely to continue until Facebook is completely cleared from the data leak scandal dating back three years.

Data is the driving factor behind IT companies such as Google, and cybersecurity breaches are at all-time high. The perceived lack of data integrity has affected investors’ sentiment about the advertising giants. 

However, the Facebook data breach is likely to be a temporary occurrence only.  Both Google and Facebook have a solid data governance model.  So now may be a good opportunity to buy these stocks at relatively low prices.

Google dominates mobile OS ecosystem.  More than 60% of the US and 80% of the global mobile OS market share is tied to Alphabet. 

Google’s core products are going strong.  Some core products and services that are doing well are YouTube, Gmail, Google Play, Pixel phones, and Google Cloud.

The Waymo subsidiary of Alphabet rules the autonomous vehicles sector. Waymo has also become one of the leading AI companies.

On the negative side, Google is facing tough competition from rivals like Amazon, particularly now that Amazon is gaining speed in the advertising space.  

Per Finstead Research, Google’s average price target is almost $1283.  Its price upside is 25% (just visit Finstead.com and type “Google price upside”).

Google has a fairly high valuation with respect to its peers. Its P/E ratio only lags that of YNDX and TWTR.


Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL) Stock Guide

Updated at: 7:52 pm ET, 13 Nov 2020

Before we start: if you're looking for GOOGL stock price, you can quickly find it out by visiting Finny and typing "GOOGL quote". If you're looking for a quick scoop on GOOGL stock (chart, price target, market cap, news and buy or sell analysis), go to Finny and look for "GOOGL". You'll get all this info in one place. Or you can just type "GOOGL news" to get the latest stock news.

Looking to buy or sell Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL)? Interested in getting the full scoop on GOOGL, including earnings and dividends, stock forecast, buy or sell analysis and key stats? If so, you came to the right place.

In this GOOGL stock guide, we'll address key questions about GOOGL, above and beyond what you can find on Yahoo Finance, Zacks, MarketWatch or Morningstar.

Here is what you'll be able to find in this guide:

Earnings and Dividends: earnings, earnings date, dividend rate and dividend yield;
Analyst Predictions: stock forecast and analyst ratings;
Analysis: Finny Score and buy or sell analysis;
Key Stats: revenue, market cap, revenue growth, profit margin, P/E ratio, P/B ratio, industry, sector, and number of employees.

And here is the list of questions we'll answer:
1. What are GOOGL earnings?
2. When is GOOGL earnings date?
3. What is GOOGL stock forecast (i.e., prediction)?
4. GOOGL buy or sell? What is GOOGL Finny Score?
5. What are the reasons to buy GOOGL? Why should I buy GOOGL stock?
6. What are the reasons to sell GOOGL? Why should I sell GOOGL stock?
7. What are GOOGL key stats: revenue, market cap, revenue growth, profit margin, P/E ratio, P/B ratio industry, sector, and number of employees?

So let's start. Scroll down to the question that interests you the most.

Earnings and Dividends

1. What are GOOGL earnings?

GOOGL trailing 12-month earnings per share (EPS) is $51.75.

2. When is GOOGL earnings date?

GOOGL earnings date is February 01, 2021.

Analyst Predictions

3. What is GOOGL stock forecast (i.e., prediction)?

Based on GOOGL analyst price targets, GOOGL stock forecast is $1,883.84 (for a year from now). That means the average analyst price target for GOOGL stock is $1,883.84. The prediction is based on 43 analyst estimates.

The low price target for GOOGL is $1,420.00, while the high price target is $2,250.00.

GOOGL analyst rating is Buy.

Analysis

4. GOOGL buy or sell? What is GOOGL Finny Score?

#{finnyScore:60}Our quantitative analysis shows 3 reasons to buy and 2 reasons to sell GOOGL, resulting in Finny Score of 60.

5. What are the reasons to buy GOOGL? Why should I buy GOOGL stock?

Here are the reasons to buy GOOGL stock:

  • As the number of online users and usage increases, so will digital ad spending, of which Google will remain one of the main beneficiaries.
  • Android’s dominant global market share of smartphones leaves Alphabet’s Google well positioned to continue generating top-line growth as search traffic shifts from desktop to mobile.
  • The significant cash generated from the Google search business allows Alphabet to remain focused on innovation and the long-term growth opportunities that new areas present.
  • Alphabet is showing increased appetite in the Home Assistant space. The company made its foray into this market in October 2016 with the launch of Google Home. Google Home performs an array of tasks such as playing music, reading books, managing calendars, answering queries, searching places, calling over cabs, controlling smart home devices and so on.
  • Alphabet focuses on innovation, launching products and services for multiple industries. The development and enhancements of its search technology over time has created win-win situations wherein buyers, sellers and the public at large were benefited. The success of this strategy led to very strong growth since inception.
  • Google has been growing rapidly in this fast-growing highly-competitive cloud market. The company has signed many partnerships and has been opening data centers to extend its cloud footprint worldwide.
  • The company’s history of execution is unparalleled. Alphabet has made significant investments to diversify its revenues, but still managed strong double-digit growth, which is indicative of good management execution. The strength in the core search business was supported by the successful integration of major acquisitions (AdMob, DoubleClick, YouTube, ITA and Nest to name a few), which provided it with the technology for sustained growth in the highly dynamic and competitive markets in which it operates.
  • Although the desktop was the most popular computing device in the past, mobile search is now equally if not more popular. That is because there is a growing tendency among users to look for information at the exact time the need arises. The plethora of mobile Internet devices that are making their way to the market is making it easier on the device front.
  • Alphabet has a number of mobile initiatives. First, it is leveraging its Android OS not just to build search market share but also to drive sales of apps and digital products through Google Play. The company continues to bring improvements with each version of the OS, at the same time spurring app development.
  • Online and mobile video consumption is soaring and Alphabet remains strongly positioned here with the YouTube platform. In its race to target TV ad dollars, Alphabet allowed third-party (Nielsen and comScore) tagging of YouTube videos to determine the effectiveness of ads on YouTube versus ads shown on TV. The Google Preferred program pulls out the top 5% of the most engaging content on YouTube for advertisers.
  • Alphabet has increased focus on the online payments segment. The first phones incorporating Near Field Communication (“NFC”) technology were introduced quite some time back, but adoption was slow because it required retailers to invest in new terminals and because ISIS (the payments service created by wireless carriers) stood in the way. But Alphabet has since struck a deal with carriers, bought out most of the ISIS technology, and even acquired distribution rights for last-mile access in some cases.
  • Alphabet is clearly getting more serious about ecommerce opportunities in an attempt to diversify away from the increasingly competitive search market. For search advertising to be effective, Alphabet needs to track certain user activity, which it does through cookies (programs installed on user devices) or when users agree to share location with the Maps app.
  • Another area of diversification that is likely to gain traction over the next few years is Android Auto. This is a technology that projects the user’s Android phone (Lollipop version or later) onto a car’s dashboard enabling the use of Alphabet technology like Google Now and access to Maps, directions, music and other apps on the phone just by placing the phone in the allotted space. The phone also charges automatically.
  • GOOGL quarterly revenue growth was 14.00%, higher than the industry and sector average revenue growth (1.28% and 0.53%, respectively). See GOOGL revenue growth chart.
  • GOOGL average analyst rating is Buy. See GOOGL analyst rating chart.
  • GOOGL cash to debt ratio is 4.81, higher than the average industry (0.17) and sector (0.17) cash to debt ratio. See GOOGL cash to debt chart.

6. What are the reasons to sell GOOGL? Why should I sell GOOGL stock?

Let's look at the reasons to sell GOOGL stock (i.e., the bear case):

  • There is little revenue diversification within Alphabet, as it remains heavily dependent on Google and the state of the search ad space.
  • Alphabet is allocating too much capital toward high-risk bets, which face a very low probability of generating returns.
  • Google’s dominant position in online search is not sustainable, as more companies and regulatory agencies are contesting the methods through which the company has been extending its leadership.
  • Alphabet faces significant litigation all over the world as a result of its dominant position in search. Regulatory scrutiny continues to worsen with the competition commission issuing several statements of objections (which precedes judicial proceedings unless settled).
  • There are also some other margin pressures: foreign currency impact, fast-paced international growth, and a growing volume of lower-priced YouTube clicks.
  • Google's Android Pay, an NFC-enabled payment system for transaction processing at a large number of retailers, faces significant competition at the moment from Apple Pay and rival payment systems: PayPal, Amazon, Samsung, Square, etc.
  • Alphabet has made numerous attempts to build a position in the social segment. This is because social networking through websites, such as Facebook and Twitter are places where people are sharing a lot of personal information and preferences that may be used to develop more customized results and thereby enable better targeting of advertisements. The fact that people are spending more time on social networks means that they are spending less time on the browser.
  • The company is likely to see an increased amount of competition from Facebook for digital advertising dollars. The social network has already taken the lead in display ads and has now doubled down on video.
  • GOOGL stock price ($1772.26) is close to the 52-week high ($1787.82). Perhaps now is a good time to sell? See GOOGL price chart.
  • GOOGL profitability is declining. The YoY profit margin change was -10.15 percentage points. See GOOGL profitability chart.

Key Stats

7. What are GOOGL key stats : revenue, market cap, revenue growth, profit margin, P/E ratio, P/B ratio industry, sector, and number of employees?

Let's look at the key statistics for GOOGL:

Metrics GOOGL
Price $1,787.82
Average Price Target / Upside $1,883.84 / 5.37%
Average Analyst Rating Buy
Forward Dividend Yield 0.00%
Industry Internet Content & Information
Sector Technology
Number of Employees 98,771
Market Cap $1,200.37B
Forward P/E Ratio 28.91
Price/Book Ratio 6.99
Revenue (TTM) $171.7B
YoY Quarterly Revenue Growth 14.00%
Profit Margin 20.80%

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