CNBC financial guru Jim Cramer said on Tuesday that if the U.S. government’s antitrust lawsuit against Google’s parent company alphabet led to a business spin off, it would help alphabet’s stock outlook change from “buy” to “strong buy.”. “I think it’s just another ‘lost case’ for the government,” Kramer said. The total value of these businesses, by the way, is well over $1500 a share. ” < / P > < p > he explained: “I’ve said over and over that they should break up the company and bring value to the full. This is the process in which the Ministry of justice promotes the upgrading of stock rating from “buy” to “strong buy”. As a result, if Google’s parent company splits the business, then you should own the stock. If they don’t split up, then you should own the stock, which is a good situation. ” < / P > < p > despite a lawsuit filed by the U.S. Department of justice, Google’s parent company, alphabet, had little change on Tuesday. Since 2020, the stock has risen about 15%, surpassing the performance of the S & P 500 index (which has risen nearly 7%). A total of 11 Republican state attorneys general joined the Justice Department’s action as plaintiffs in the case, according to a public filing filed Tuesday morning. The lawsuit marks the most significant antitrust action since the government launched a groundbreaking lawsuit against Microsoft more than 20 years ago. < / P > < p > the lawsuit could be the start of a series of actions against technology giants, taking into account ongoing investigations by the U.S. Department of justice and the Federal Trade Commission into other companies such as apple, Amazon and Facebook. < / P > < p > Kramer also pointed out that it is not clear whether the government’s purpose is to spin off the company. But, he said, “if the justice department goes this way, they are a great investment banker.” The release and download schedule of Microsoft Flight Simulation varies from region to region