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Closing price October 15, 2021
Alphabet released its most recent quarterly results after the closing bell on Tuesday.
Alphabet's short interest for the April 15 settlement date may be setting the tone for earnings after the close.
Alphabet's short interest for the February 12 settlement date was up to almost 3.3 million shares, which is not much different than a year ago.
Alphabet's short interest for the January 29 settlement date was up marginally to almost 2.9 million shares, which is not much different than a year ago.
Alphabet reported its most recent quarterly results after the closing bell on Tuesday and shares jumped to an all-time high in the after-hours session.
24/7 Wall St. has put together a preview of a few of the biggest names that are reporting their quarterly results on Tuesday.
Here, 24/7 Wall St. has put together a preview of a few of the most anticipated quarterly reports due this week.
Alphabet stock has been on the rise over the past year, and short sellers have been getting squeezed.
Workers at an Amazon warehouse in Alabama will begin voting next month on union representation. Amazon is fighting back hard.
The Monday afternoon analyst calls were focused on Alphabet, Apple, Bed Bath & Beyond, Roku, Tesla and more.
There are four U.S. companies that currently have a market value of more than $1 trillion. All four are expected to continue performing well, but, perhaps, not as well as they have this year.
It seems the stock market wants to declare that the technology sector may be the big beneficiary from the 2020 elections.
Friday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Alphabet, Amazon.com, Apple, Callaway Golf, Facebook, Illumina, iRobot, Six Flags, Starbucks, Twitter and Yandex.
Alphabet Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOGL) may have been grilled over antitrust issues in recent days, but now regulators and investors alike get to see its earnings for the third quarter of 2020. The online...
This week will be perhaps the biggest week of earnings season, with many major names reporting, including Amazon, Facebook, Ford and Starbucks.