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Rogers Communications Inc. (RCI)

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48.41-0.24 (-0.49%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
48.41 -0.04 (-0.08%)
After hours: 04:02PM EDT
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Previous Close48.65
Open48.01
Bid48.25 x 900
Ask77.12 x 800
Day's Range47.13 - 48.45
52 Week Range44.19 - 64.55
Volume348,806
Avg. Volume370,043
Market Cap24.179B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.36
PE Ratio (TTM)19.84
EPS (TTM)2.44
Earnings DateJul 27, 2022
Forward Dividend & Yield1.56 (3.20%)
Ex-Dividend DateJun 09, 2022
1y Target Est61.33
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  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Alberta to intervene in antitrust review of Rogers, Shaw deal

    The Canadian province of Alberta plans to intervene in a competition review of Rogers Communications Inc's C$20 billion ($15.33 billion) purchase of Shaw Communications Inc, the provincial attorney general said on Tuesday. The companies "have significant presence in Alberta's telecommunications market and their successes and failures will impact Alberta's consumers, workers, and, potentially, other aspects of Alberta's economy," according to a notice posted on the competition tribunal's website. The Alberta government is intervening under a provision of the competition act that prohibits illegal trade practices such as forming a cartel.

  • Reuters

    Alberta to intervene in antitrust review of Rogers, Shaw deal

    OTTAWA (Reuters) -The Canadian province of Alberta plans to intervene in a competition review of Rogers Communications Inc's C$20 billion ($15.33 billion) purchase of Shaw Communications Inc, the provincial attorney general said on Tuesday. The companies "have significant presence in Alberta's telecommunications market and their successes and failures will impact Alberta's consumers, workers, and, potentially, other aspects of Alberta's economy," according to a notice posted on the competition tribunal's website. The Alberta government is intervening under a provision of the competition act that prohibits illegal trade practices such as forming a cartel.