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  • Price (USD)905.96
  • Today's Change31.71 / 3.63%
  • Shares traded3.28m
  • 1 Year change31.10%
  • Beta0.9534
Data delayed at least 15 minutes, as of Apr 28 2017 21:00 BST.
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Inc stmt in USDIncome statement in USDView more

Year on year Alphabet Inc grew revenues 20.38% from 74.99bn to 90.27bn while net income improved 19.15% from 16.35bn to 19.48bn.
Gross margin61.08%
Net profit margin21.58%
Operating margin26.27%
Return on assets12.37%
Return on equity15.02%
Return on investment13.97%
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Cash flow in USDView more

In 2016, cash reserves at Alphabet Inc fell by 3.63bn. However, the company earned 36.04bn from its operations for a Cash Flow Margin of 39.92%. In addition the company used 31.17bn on investing activities and also paid 8.33bn in financing cash flows.
Cash flow per share36.67
Price/Cash flow per share24.70
Book value per share201.12
Tangible book value per share172.52
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Balance sheet in USDView more

Alphabet Inc uses little debt in its capital structure as supported by a debt to capital ratio of 2.75%.
Current ratio6.29
Quick ratio6.27
Total debt/total equity0.0283
Total debt/total capital0.0275
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Growth rates in USD

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EPS growth(5 years)14.82
EPS (TTM) vs
TTM 1 year ago
26.03
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