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those months, despite growing concern about the need for tougher regulation of the company. It seems that investors give greater weight to the company’s strong results, and estimate that the impact of future regulation will be smaller than the rhetoric on the subject. In fact, the fact that the stock indices are at their peak also indicates that expectations from the coming reports are high, but also regarding positive forecasts regarding the macroeconomic situation and relative calm in the US-China trade war. And the stock market in general, so that if we examine yields of the past year, they are significantly lower.Microsoft was the first to report its second-quarter results, showing better-than-expected results last week. Last night, Facebook reported its results and they were above expectations. The evening is expected to be full of giant companies: Amazon and Alphabet will report after trading, alongside Intel, the chip giant and the largest employer in Israeli high-tech. So what are the forecasts for the statements and what should be looked for in tm?Google: What is the situation of the challenging advertising market?alphabet(1,137.81)

, Google’s parent company, also faces a slowdown in growth as revenues grow. In the first quarter, the growth rate of advertising revenue – the company’s main revenue – was 15%, compared with 20% in the fourth quarter of 2018 and 24% in the first quarter of last year. This is the slowest growth rate since 2015.Investors are expected to focus mainly on advertising revenues, which showed a slowdown as stated and stood at 85% of revenues in the first quarter. This quarter will provide an indication for investors about the challenges of advertising – whether they are temporary or one-time, or that this is a broader problem. These challenges were also reflected in the number of paid clicks on Google properties, which grew by only 39% in the last quarter, a sharp drop from the growth rate in the fourth quarter of 2018, when they stood at 66%. The slowdown means that Google’s network

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