'Buy Nvidia (NVDA) stock' searches have skyrocketed by 323%, as the UK's most Googled stocks compete in the AI race

past week. CMC Markets reports a 323% worldwide increase in online searches for "Buy Nvidia stock" in the past week.

The term "Buy Nvidia Stock" has seen a worldwide increase of 323% over the last year. This is encouraging the race to be the UK's top five most Googled companies to compete in AI development. Tesla (TSLA) is the number one electric car maker in the UK, with 260.180 Google searches per month. Elon Musk is the Managing Director of this American multinational automotive and energy company headquartered in Austin. Tesla's financial reports show that the company has a current revenue of $86.03 billion. This is a $4.57-billion increase since 2022. Meta (META), also known as Facebook, is ranked second on the list. It has 84,310 monthly searches and a current revenue of $117.34 Billion, which is $31.31 Billion more than Tesla. Mark Zuckerberg is the CEO of this American multinational technology firm, which has its headquarters in Menlo Park. NVIDIA is ranked third, with 58.250 searches per month. Nvidia Corporation, a leading developer of graphics processors for PCs and consoles, is ranked third. NVIDIA will have just under 26,000 employees in 2023 and a revenue of 26.97 billion dollars, which is a drop of $1.59 billion compared to last year. Alphabet (GOOG) is ranked fourth, with 35,840 searches per month. Sundar Pichai, the CEO of the company, is based in Mountain View Silicon Valley. Google's revenue currently stands at $284.61 Billion, an increase of $1.78 Billion from the previous year. Amazon (AMZN) is the UK's fifth-most googled stock, with an average of 27,720 searches per month. Andy Jassy is the CEO of Jeff Bezos' company, with a current revenue of $513.98billion, larger than that of the UK’s four top most googled companies. The UK's top Googled Stocks are dominated by technology companies. The search terms (TSLA Premarket, TSLA Price etc.) were suffixed. The search volume was then aggregated for each stock. Credit is due
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