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Alphabet (GOOGL) is a leading Interactive Media & Services business based in the USA. It opened the day at $1132.64, after a previous close of $1110.26. During the day the price has varied from a low of $1098.4901 to a high of $1151. The latest price was $1146.3101 (25 minute delay). Alphabet (GOOGL) is listed on the NASDAQ and employs 118899 staff. All prices are listed in US Dollar.

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Information last updated 2020-03-25.
Open$1132.64Previous close$1110.26
High$1151Change$36.05
Low$1098.4901Change %3.247%
Close$1146.3101Timestamp1585598400
Volume2865201GMT offset0
IndustryInternet Content & InformationCurrency symbol$
CodeGOOGLCountry nameUSA
TypeCommon StockCountry ISOUS
NameAlphabet IncISINUS02079K3059
ExchangeNASDAQCUSIP02079K305
Currency codeUSDSectorCommunication Services
Currency nameUS DollarFull-time employees118899

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Alphabet overview

Alphabet Inc. provides online advertising services in the United States, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, the Asia-Pacific, Canada, and Latin America. It offers performance and brand advertising services. The company operates through Google and Other Bets segments. The Google segment offers products, such as Ads, Android, Chrome, Google Cloud, Google Maps, Google Play, Hardware, Search, and YouTube, as well as technical infrastructure. It also offers digital content, cloud services, hardware devices, and other miscellaneous products and services. The Other Bets segment includes businesses, including Access, Calico, CapitalG, GV, Verily, Waymo, and X, as well as Internet and television services. Alphabet Inc. was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in Mountain View, California.

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