Alphabet revenues jump 26% in Q1, helped by new accounting rules, currency effects

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(Telecompaper) Google parent company Alphabet said revenues for the first quarter jumped 26 percent from the year before to USD 31.15 billion, helped by currency fluctuations. On a constant currency basis, revenues went up 23 percent in the quarter. The net profit leaped to USD 9.40 billion from 5.42 billion, with diluted earnings per share rising to USD 13.33 from 7.73, helped by new accounting standards, which change how companies report equity investments. Without these changes, the net profit would have reached USD 7 billion and diluted EPS around USD 9.93. 
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