Google (GOOG +0.6%) is hardly moving after posting a mixed Q1 report featuring strong paid click...


Google (GOOG +0.6%) is hardly moving after posting a mixed Q1 report featuring strong paid click growth, ongoing cost-per-click pressure, and a convoluted "stock split" that guarantees the Page/Brin/Schmidt troika will keep calling all the shots. Deutsche (Buy) thinks shares could be range-bound near-term due to a forex overhang and MMI integration concerns, but expects mobile and display ad share gains, along with improving mobile ad rates, to drive upside by Q4. (transcript)

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