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GOOG Jun 2025 70.000 call

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Previous close87.00
Expiry date2025-06-20
Day's range87.00 - 87.00
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    Mag 7 must perform 'incredibly well' to justify valuations

    The Nasdaq Composite (^IXIC) is facing downward pressure Wednesday morning following earnings data out from two Magnificent Seven members: EV maker Tesla (TSLA) and Google parent company Alphabet (GOOGL, GOOG). The Morning Wealth welcomes Commonwealth Financial Network CIO Brad McMillan to talk about his outlook on the upcoming results from the remaining Magnificent Seven stocks and whether Tesla and Alphabet's results are weighing on investor confidence. McMillan points to "a threat of more pressure" ahead for the Magnificent Seven. He cites high valuations based on earnings growth as a key concern. "If you don't see that earnings growth, and clearly we didn't see that with either of those two companies, that means that valuation has to come into question," McMillan tells Yahoo Finance. He notes that with the gap between the Magnificent Seven and the rest of the S&P 500 — commonly referred to as the 493 — being "extremely large," these tech giants are tasked with performing "incredibly well." Regarding concerns about a potential consumer pullback affecting earnings, McMillan remains optimistic. He emphasizes that the consumer is healthy, citing robust job market conditions and continued wage growth. "The actual purchasing power of the average worker continues to grow in a very, very healthy way," he states, indicating he is not worried about a decline in consumer spending. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Morning Brief. This post was written by Angel Smith

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    Tesla, Alphabet, LVMH under pressure on earnings: 3 Things

    Tesla (TSLA) stock is falling in pre-market trading after reporting mixed second-quarter earnings results on Tuesday, expecting a "notably lower" growth rate throughout 2024. Alphabet (GOOG, GOOGL) shares are also down in extended hours despite narrowly topping earnings estimates and seeing a promising performance from its cloud segment. French fashion company LVMH (MC.PA), the parent of brands such as Marc Jacobs and Dior, reports a pullback from core Chinese consumers, contributing to its second quarter revenue decline year-over-year. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Morning Brief. This post was written by Luke Carberry Mogan.

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    Alphabet, Tesla report Q2 earnings: Market Domination Overtime

    On today's episode of Market Domination Overtime, Hosts Julie Hyman and Josh Lipton break down the market close and some of the major Big Tech earnings. The major market averages (^DJI, ^IXIC, ^GSPC) closed just below their flatlines as stocks eyed second quarter earnings from Magnificent Seven members Alphabet (GOOG, GOOGL) and Tesla (TSLA). Google's parent Alphabet posted second quarter earnings that beat analyst estimates on both the top and bottom lines. The company reported earnings per share of $1.89 versus an estimate of $1.84. Revenue of $84.74 billion topped estimates of $84.37 billion, while revenue ex-TAC of $71.36 billion was better than the Street's expectations of $70.7 billion. CFRA Research senior equity analyst Angelo Zino characterizes the results as "solid," but notes that the it fell short of the significant beats investors have come to expect from Big Tech, describing it as "more of an in-line type quarter." Meanwhile, Tesla (TSLA) reported second quarter adjusted earnings per share of $0.52, missing Street expectations of $0.60. Free cash flow also fell short, $1.34 billion versus the estimated $1.92 billion. Revenue, however, was a beat of $25.50 billion versus the estimated $24.63 billion. Gross margin of 18% was better than the expected 17.4%. As investors wait to hear more about Tesla's robotaxi plans after delaying the launch, RBC Capital Markets global autos analyst Tom Narayan argues, "I know they said it had some design issues, but I do wonder, and many investors wonder, if it has to do with them trying to get regulatory approvals to launch a service similar to, let's say, Waymo or Cruise have." He says that investors "want something real" on this front, rather than "a bunch of PowerPoint slides." He continues, "When they eventually unveil this, I think they'll want details on timing, profitability, and they'll want something within six months to a year, not ten years down the road." This post was written by Melanie Riehl