|Bid||36.65 x 400|
|Ask||36.95 x 800|
|Day's Range||36.54 - 37.02|
|52 Week Range||32.55 - 42.70|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||17.65|
|Earnings Date||Jan 31, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.00 (5.42%)|
|1y Target Est||39.33|
The latest entry in Huawei’s on-going struggles to come to the U.S. proved to be one of the more unexpected and engaging CES storylines last week.
Facebook, Google and Amazon dominate their worlds just as Standard Oil and AT&T once did. Critics say they should get the same treatment. The answer to the antitrust question depends on a narrow test: ...
The restaurant and construction industries would be hardest hit by the expiration of the program known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.
Republican Sen. Susan Collins recently announced her support of the bill, joining all of the Senate Democrats.
Verizon was downgraded to neutral on views that worries over an uptick in inflation will pressure the stock in early 2018.
Previously in this series, we learned about AT&T’s (T) anticipated prepaid customer net additions in 4Q17. In this part, we’ll take a look at AT&T’s churn rate in its combined domestic wireless operations. Wall Street analysts expect AT&T’s postpaid phone churn rate to increase significantly due to growing competition in the postpaid space bringing strong promotional offers from competitors.
Previously, we discussed expectations for AT&T’s (T) postpaid phone customer additions in 4Q17. Wall Street analysts expect AT&T to see 400,000 prepaid customer net additions in 4Q17 due to intense competition in the prepaid market. In 3Q17, AT&T gained a total of 324,000 prepaid subscribers, compared with 304,000 in 3Q16, with strength coming from the Cricket and AT&T Prepaid brands.
Labor agreements with CWA will help AT&T (T) strengthen relationship with the union, thereby encouraging employees to continue working with the company.
U.S. lawmakers are urging AT&T Inc, the No. 2 wireless carrier, to cut commercial ties to Chinese phone maker Huawei Technologies Co Ltd and oppose plans by telecom operator China Mobile Ltd to enter the U.S. market because of national security concerns, two congressional aides said. The warning comes after the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump took a harder line on policies initiated by his predecessor Barack Obama on issues ranging from Beijing's role in restraining North Korea to Chinese efforts to acquire U.S. strategic industries.