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Alphabet stock pops 5% as company crushes expectations

Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai gestures during a session at the World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos.

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Google parent company Alphabet‘s stock rose more than 5% in after-hours trading as it crushed expectations for both earnings and revenue in its third-quarter earnings results.

Here are the results.

  • Earnings per share: $16.40 vs $11.29 expected, according to Refinitiv estimates
  • Revenue: $46.17 billion vs $42.90 billion expected, according to Refinitiv estimates
  • Google Cloud: $3.44 billion vs. $3.32 billion estimated according to StreetAccount.
  • YouTube ads: $5.04 billion vs. $4.39 billion estimated, according to StreetAccount.
  • Traffic acquisition costs (TAC): $8.17 billion vs. $7.66 billion according to StreetAccount.

The company beat estimates across the board, following its first-ever revenue decline in Q2. The results showed a strong rebound in its core advertising revenue, which was hit hard by customer spending pullbacks amid the Covid-19 pandemic. It follows similarly strong earnings reports by ad-driven online companies Pinterest and Snap earlier this month.

For the quarter ending September 30, the company brought in total advertising revenue of $37.10 billion, compared to $33.80 billion a year ago. YouTube ad growth was particularly strong, up 32% from a year ago. Fears of a search advertising crunch did not materialize, as the company’s "Search and Other” advertising category showed 6% growth from a year ago.

Google’s "Other Revenue,” which includes hardware like its Pixel phones and cloud products, came in at  $5.48 billion, compared to $4.05 billion a year ago.

Alphabet said its revenue from "Other Bets,” which includes its subsidiaries outside of Google like the self-driving car company Waymo and Life Sciences business Verily brought in $178 million compared to $155 million a year ago.

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Correction: YouTube advertising revenues were $5.04 billion for the quarter, and TAC was $8.17 billion.