Here's What To Look For When Google Reports Q1 Earnings Later Today

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Google reports Q1 earnings at 4pm today.

We’ll have live coverage, so make sure to come back for that.

Wall Street expects Google to post $10.69 of profit per share, and $14.04 billion revenues.

JP Morgan analyst Doug Anmuth has a great list of topics and data points to look for when the news hits.

Quoting from his latest note…

  • “Google core search trends including the ongoing transition from desktop to mobile”
  • “Cost-per-click and Google Sites traffic aquisition costs metrics, both of which surprised to the upside in 4Q”
  • “Management’s commentary on Enhanced Campaigns around advertiser response, adoption timing, and financial impact”
  • “Updated Product Listing Ads feedback”
  • “Android/Nexus device sales and strategy”
  • “A Motorola update including more detail on Google designs in the product pipeline”
  • “Any update on C shares timing and management’s latest thoughts on returning capital.”

 

 

 

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