By now, you’ve probably heard of Google’s stock market data.
But if you’re like me, you’re a bit confused about the data.
The company says it’s adding some data from other sources like the US stock market, but you may not understand what it means.
That’s because Google doesn’t tell you what data is being used in its stock market chart.
You can find the data by going to Google’s website and searching for “stock market data.”
But if the search turns up a chart like the one below, you may need to know more.
In that chart, you’ll see the market value of the top 50 companies in each state.
The numbers in blue represent the value of each company at that time.
They show how much each company has changed since the year before, and what the value was at the time.
So if the blue line is 0, it means the stock value of that company decreased.
The green line is 1, it shows how much it has increased.
If the green line dips below 0, that means the company has gone up.
And the red line is 2, it indicates how much the company’s value has increased from the year prior.
Google’s charts also show the stock price in each industry, but it doesn’t give you the value at the moment.
The chart below is for the top five US states: Source: Google, Google, Stock Market Data (US).
In this chart, the red and blue lines represent the same number of shares, so the number of times the company was in the top 5 is the same.
You’ll see that when Google’s data is compared with other sources, it doesn, in fact, show you the number the company is worth today.
But when Google does tell you the current value, it does show you what the company will be worth tomorrow.
This chart shows the value in each market in 2020: In the future, Google says it will start to include some data in the stock market.
But it doesn