Google reports earnings after the closing bell tomorrow and analysts weigh in on that they expect.
Sorry for the jargon, folks, but the analysts following Google aren't really the literary type. Reading through, there's not too much surprising here-- analysts are all expecting a blowout quarter for Google, due in large part to the holiday season. Let's check in on how much they see Google pulling in and what that'll do to the share price:
Analyst reduces price target to $566 from $639 on lowered estimates.
JP Morgan's Imran Khan sent a note out ahead of Google's (GOOG) Q2 financials stating that they were dropping their price targets on Google significantly, from $639 to $566. The $73 drop is largely due to changes in international currency rates and the discontinuation of the Nexus One, according to the report.
The US Dollar has been steadily growing stronger for months and Google MORESeth Weintraub - Jul 7, 2010 11:07 AM ET
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