Alphabet beats on EPS and revenue, becomes the world’s most valuable public company [CHARTS]

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Alphabet beats on EPS and revenue, becomes the world’s most valuable public company [CHARTS]

On Monday Alphabet announced earnings for Q4 2015 and both EPS and revenue beat expectations. Earnings of $8.67 per share topped estimates of $8.17 per share, while revenue of $17.3 billion surpassed estimates of $16.9 billion. Moreover, Alphabet became the world’s most valuable public company, as shares were up more than 8% in after hours trading. The company passed Apple, which had held the market cap throne since 2010.

See the following visualizations which highlight the most relevant financial figures regarding Alphabet’s earnings beat.

Alphabet (GOOGL) Market Capitalization

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Apple vs. Alphabet Market Capitalization Over Time

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Alphabet (GOOG) Revenue Breakdown: Google vs. Other Bets

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Alphabet (GOOGL) Street Actual & Estimate EPS – Last 5 Quarters

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Alphabet (GOOGL) Actual & Estimate Revenue – Last 5 Quarters

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Alphabet (GOOGL) Net Income – Last 5 Quarters

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