Monday’s earnings report will mark a new day for Google’s parent company, Alphabet. ($GOOG)
For the first time, revenue for its core products — search, mobile and video — will be separated and $GOOG will account for the cost of its experimental projects when the company reports after the bell Monday.
Overall, analysts predict Alphabet’s profit on Class C shares will have grown 18 percent year on year to $8.09 per share, on revenue of $20.763 billion, up 43 percent year over year, according to Thomson Reuters’. Class A earnings per share are expected to have grown 18 percent year over year to $8.10 on $20.764 billion in revenue, a 15 percent increase.