1,031.00 +9.82 (0.96%)
After hours: 5:31PM EDT
|Bid||1,030.50 x 100|
|Ask||1,032.40 x 100|
|Day's range||1,015.31 - 1,032.49|
|52-week range||867.75 - 1,186.89|
|PE ratio (TTM)||56.74|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||N/A|
Google has revealed its most significant update to Gmail in years, but it's still missing these important features.
Google unveiled on Wednesday its first Gmail redesign since 2013, capping what the company says was an expensive overhaul two years in the making to adopt security and offline functionality and better resemble Microsoft Outlook.
Facebook earnings will be the biggest story on what's set to be a very busy day for corporate earnings both before the opening bell and after the market closes.
Investors rattled by recent volatility are becoming choosier about which technology-focused stocks they scoop up, a reversal from 2017 that threatens to undermine the tech sector’s dominance.
Amazon.com and Google parent Alphabet won't trade for the rest of the day on the New York Stock Exchange's markets Wednesday due to a technical malfunction.
The FANG stocks have said goodbye to roughly $88 billion in market cap this week. One strategist has a game plan for how to trade the acronym in case of more downside.
It's natural for a growth stock to incur rising costs, the more relevant consideration is whether the cost increase is geared to drive growth or not.
Google consumer products — such as Gmail and maps — have more staying power than Facebook social media features, says a Stifel analyst who upgraded Alphabet to buy following a post-earnings sell-off.
The New York Stock Exchange midday Wednesday suspended trading in the shares of five Nasdaq-listed companies including Google-parent Alphabet and Amazon due to a what it referred to as "a price scale code' issue. NYSE made the announcement around 11 a.m. Eastern Time, according to its website. The companies include Amazon.com Inc. , shares of Google-parent Alphabet Inc. and , as well as Zion Oil & Gas Inc. .
Amazon.com Inc. and Google parent Alphabet Inc. won’t trade for the rest of the day on New York Stock Exchange’s markets -- a less-scary prospect than it might initially seem because they’re listed on ...