Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) has declared on its Europe Blog that the Speak2Tweet service has now been activated in Syria, after the country disconnecting internet access on 29 November. The service enables people to use Twitter over a voice connection by calling one of four international numbers (+90 212 339 1447 or +30 21 1 198 2716 or +39 06 62207294 or +1 650 419 4196) and leaving a voicemail. Messages are tweeted and dialing the same phone number would let them listen. Unfortunately, Syrian mobile phones and landlines are reportedly not working properly either. Speak2Tweet was first used during Egypt’s Internet blackout in February 2011.
Latest closing price and its Comparison with some technical indicators
The Google (GOOG) stock closed at $691.89, up 8.22 points or 1.20% from previous close and at a distance of +3.56% from 20-day simple moving average. In the last trading session, the stock’s price moved 7.99% above its 200 day moving average, changing hands as low as $682.00 per share. The stock is currently trading -2.03% down its SMA 50.
Find out whether the stock is performing well?
The percentage change in the price over the past fifty two weeks remained at +11.53%. The price range in the same period had a highest hit of $774.38on Oct 05, 2012 while lowest level during that period was $556.52 on Jun 14, 2012. The 1-year target price estimate, which is the median price target, as set by analysts covering the stock is $800.00. The stock in last 12 months gained 17.63% and has advanced 7.12% since the beginning of this year.
How this stock generally moves along with the stock market?
This stock is more risky when compared to the shifts in the equity markets as its beta value is standing at 1.08. To measure price-variation, we found this stock’s volatility over a week period was 1.86% and for the month was 1.86%.
What analysts think about this stock?
The analyst mean recommendation for this week has been 2.0, same as was in the last week. The price target of $675.00 was the lowest while the highest price target was set as $910.00, according to 34 analysts surveyed by Thomson Reuters.