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Google Parent Alphabet's Stock Falls After Earnings Miss Expected Revenue

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Google Parent Alphabet's Stock Falls After Earnings Miss Expected Revenue

Google Parent Alphabet's Stock Falls After Earnings Miss Expected Revenue

Alphabet released its first quarter earnings on Monday after the bell, posting a slightly lower-than-expected $36.34 billion in revenue, lowering their stock price in after hours trading on Monday.

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