Which tech companies dropped off the US tech list in Q3?
Google has the most shares of US tech companies in the S&P 500 index, and Facebook, Amazon and Apple also have large footprints in the sector.
Apple has been the top company for five consecutive quarters, while Amazon is the largest tech company in the US in terms of market cap.
Google’s shares have fallen from $125 to $72 in the past year.
In Q3, Google’s market cap fell from $1.13 trillion to $929 billion.
The company also had a strong year, posting its first quarter profit of $3.9 billion, with its stock up 1.2% on the year.
Microsoft has a market cap of $6.2 trillion.
Apple and Facebook were the top two tech companies for five straight quarters, but they also posted strong quarterly earnings in the third quarter.
Microsoft posted $8 billion in quarterly earnings and Google $8.3 billion.
Google reported a profit of over $20 billion for the year, compared to $16 billion for Microsoft.
Microsoft and Facebook posted a profit that was up $10 billion on the same quarter last year.
Microsoft had a net loss of $23 billion in the second quarter, but Google posted a net profit of more than $23 million.
Apple had a $11.2 billion loss for the second straight quarter, with Google posting a $8 million profit.
Apple’s quarterly profit was up nearly $10 million from the previous quarter.
Apple is also the top tech company for four straight quarters.
Google posted record quarterly earnings of $17.6 billion, beating the company’s previous quarterly earnings record of $16.4 billion.
Facebook posted $9.6 million profit in the quarter, while Microsoft posted a $3 billion profit.
Microsoft’s quarterly earnings were up more than 50% from the year ago quarter.
In terms of revenue, Google and Facebook both posted record revenue of $1 trillion in the fourth quarter.
Google earned $1 billion in revenue, while Facebook posted revenue of more $9 billion.
Apple’s quarterly revenue was $4.2 trillion, while Google’s revenue was up about $1 trillion.
The chart below compares revenue growth rates for the S &p 500 companies during the fourth and fourth quarters of 2016.
The S&s are a measure of market capitalization, which is calculated using the closing price of an asset.
At the bottom of the chart is the S-curve, which measures the average price per share of the company.
The top of the curve is the P/E curve, which tracks the growth rate of the stock.