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Alongside strong earnings, the tech giant (Alphabet) also announced a surprise move to split its shares 20-for-one. The stock surged more than 10% in premarket trading Wednesday.


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Alongside strong earnings, the tech giant (Alphabet) also announced a surprise move to split its shares 20-for-one. The stock surged more than 10% in premarket trading Wednesday.


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Google parent Alphabet reported better-than-expected fourth-quarter earnings and revenue. The shares popped more than 6% in extended trading.

The company also announced a 20-for-1 stock split that will go into effect in July.

Here are the key numbers:

  • Earnings per share (EPS): $30.69 vs $27.34 expected, according to Refinitiv
  • Revenue: $75.33 billion vs $72.17 billion expected, according to Refinitiv
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Titolo che ritengo molto valido, ma forse per la volatilità vedo il MM che oscilla ampiamente durante la giornata. Per ora vendo, più in avanti vediamo se riprenderlo.
 

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Alphabet Aims for 20-to-1 Stock Split
Google parent Alphabet plans to split its stock 20-for-1, following other big companies such as Apple and Tesla in recent years. The move adds fuel to speculation whether Amazon.com will also announce a split. Alphabet’s nonvoting shares trade around $3,000, and Amazon stock at $3,074.

  • Splitting a stock can make it more appealing for investors to buy new shares because it reduces the price. A 10-for-1 split of Amazon, for example, would lead to a $300 stock. The e-commerce company reports on Thursday.
  • Alphabet shareholders as of the close of July 1 would receive 19 additional shares of the same class of stock for every share they own. Alphabet has two share classes. It could also pave the way for it to be added to the 30-stock Dow Jones Industrial Average.
  • Alphabet notched greater than 30% gains in sales and profit for the fourth quarter. The annual profit increased by $36 billion from 2020 as the company benefited from pandemic trends in online search, video, and digital advertising.
  • Google advertising revenue, which includes Google Search, YouTube ads, and Google Network rose 32%. Google Cloud revenue rose 44% year over year.
What’s Next: Despite the strong report, Alphabet faces multiple challenges, including antitrust lawsuits against its ad-tech, search and app-store businesses, and state lawsuits about whether it misled customers with its location tracking.
 

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PayPal Stock Sinks as Earnings Miss
PayPal Holdings stock tumbled 17% in premarket trading Wednesday, after the payments company reported earnings and guidance that fell short of Wall Street estimates.

  • PayPal reported a fourth-quarter profit of $1.11 a share, missing forecasts for $1.12 a share, on sales of $6.92 billion, topping estimates for $6.89 billion. PayPal also said that it expected to earn between $4.60 and $4.75, in fiscal 2022, below forecasts for $5.25.
  • It had said in November that it would earn $1.12 a share during the fourth quarter, well below forecasts for $1.28, while putting its sales guidance at a range of $$6.85 billion to $6.95 billion, below expectations for $7.24 billion.
  • CEO Dan Schulman was upbeat in the company’s earnings release. “2021 was one of the strongest years in PayPal’s history,” he said.
  • Jefferies analyst Trevor Williams noted that 2022 revenue is set to grow by 16%, below the initial guidance for 18%, while earnings guidance was 10% below the consensus estimate at the midpoint. “The narrative will be driven entirely by a FY22 outlook that, to put it bluntly, lacks anything redeeming,” he wrote.
What’s Next: PayPal stock hasn’t had an easy time of it lately. The stock has dropped 42% over the past year, including a 25% slide since the beginning of 2022 alone. And the company’s earnings weighed on other payment stocks, such as Block, the former Square, and Affirm Holdings.
 

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