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Alphabet Inc. Misses Revenue Estimates; GOOG/ GOOGL Shares Drop in After Hours Trading

On February 3, 2020, Alphabet Inc. announced its fourth quarter and full-year financial results, missing analyst revenue estimates.

Overall revenue, excluding payments to partners, was reported at $37.6 billion for the fourth quarter. This came in below analyst predictions of $38.4 billion in revenue. Further, fourth quarter advertising revenue rose 17%. Bloomberg reports that this was slower than the 20% year-over-year growth seen in the prior year’s fourth quarter.

Finally, YouTube ads reported sales of $15.1 billion in 2019, which was below the $22 billion estimated by Morgan Stanley analysts. According to Bloomberg,

The results suggest Google is struggling to maintain growth in the face of tougher competition

On this news, Alphabet Inc. stock dropped over 4% during after hours trading.

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