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Google (GOOG +2.7%) rallies yet again following a mixed Q1 report, as the Street focuses on...

Google (GOOG +2.7%) rallies yet again following a mixed Q1 report, as the Street focuses on healthy paid click growth (boosted by mobile) and better-than-expected margins more than (moderate) ad price weakness (hurt by mobile) and Motorola's woes. "Google can grow its core search business in the low teens over the next few years at high incremental margins," and thereby keep margins stable even as it makes big investments, Morgan Stanley declares. Though still bullish, Needham notes EPS would've been roughly in-line if not for a tax credit. (CC transcript)
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