The Wall St Journal says Airbnb is now worth more than Google’s stock, thanks to its new ‘bond’

The Wall st Journal on Thursday said Airbnb, the online rental marketplace that has grown in popularity over the past year and is now valued at more than $40 billion, is now the second most valuable company on Wall Street after Google.

The news comes as the Wall Street market looks set to take another big step forward as investors take a broader look at the companies that drive the online economy.

A year ago, Airbnb was ranked fourth on Wall St. and was valued at about $20 billion, up from around $12 billion in the year before the stock market crash.

Airbnb is also valued at almost $3 billion at current valuations, up sharply from its initial valuation of $6 billion.

The Wall St journo said that Airbnb’s valuation of its bonds, which are held by its investors, will increase to $100 billion from $50 billion, thanks in part to its “bondholders” as it calls them.

The bondholders include companies like Airbnb, Lyft, and Google.

Airbnb, which is listed on the Nasdaq, has been a favorite among investors in the past.

Investors like Airbnb have been holding the company to a higher valuation than some of its peers.

Airbnb’s stock soared more than 50% in 2017.

The Journal said it expects Airbnb’s total cash flow to increase to about $40.5 billion in 2021 from $29.4 billion in 2020.

Airbnb has more than 6,000 apartments in more than 200 cities around the world.

Airbnb said in May that it had reached a record of 1.3 million guests in its first two years, which was a big leap over the previous year.