|Bid||0.00 x 800|
|Ask||0.00 x 40700|
|Day's range||5.40 - 5.51|
|52-week range||4.81 - 8.92|
|PE ratio (TTM)||3.03|
|Earnings date||30 Jul 2018 - 3 Aug 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||5.19|
Are market risks fading? Trump-Un Summit – Check. We don’t actually know what will come of this extended photo op for Kim Jong Un. But at least we didn’t get the worst case scenario in the near term – a bad meeting. I have little doubt we will revisit this as a risk, but for now at least the threat of a global conflict is minimized.
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Investors seeking to preserve capital in a volatile environment might consider large-cap stocks such as Sprint Corporation (NYSE:S) a safer option. Risk-averse investors who are attracted to diversified streams ofRead More...
Shares of Time Warner jumped roughly 5 percent in extended trading. Shares of AT&T dropped as much as 2 percent.
How might the internet change after Net Neutrality is repealed? Could websites be slower? Blocked? WSJ’s Ryan Knutson travels into the future to explain a few possible scenarios.
The U.S. Department of Justice is examining how the proposed merger between T-Mobile US Inc and Sprint Corp could affect prices for smaller wireless operators, according to two people familiar with the matter. A T-Mobile and Sprint merger would eliminate competition between the two carriers that have been the dominant players in selling network access to wireless companies that often serve pre-paid or price-conscious consumers, and could lead to higher prices for those users. The Justice Department, which is evaluating T-Mobile's $26 billion deal to buy Sprint, has been speaking with small wireless operators that buy access to the major wireless networks at wholesale rates, and is seeking their opinions about the merger, the people said, who declined to be named because the talks are confidential.
Sprint (S) continues its partnership with CMC to provide improved network experience in South Africa and surrounding countries.
The U.S. postpaid wireless market continues to witness intense pricing competition, as success to a great extent depends on technical superiority, quality of services and scalability.
While the No. 4 U.S. telecom waits to see if regulators will OK its merger with No. 3 T-Mobile, the values of the deal and their respective stocks have shifted.
Alibaba (BABA), which is in the process of taking over full ownership of Ele.me, continues to buy out other investors in the online food delivery startup. After paying $185 million in April for Beijing Hualian Department Store’s 2.0% stake in Ele.me, Alibaba recently convinced Baidu (BIDU) to surrender its 5.0% stake in Ele.me in exchange for a $488 million paycheck.
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson says Sprint and T-Mobile have a "tough hill to climb" to get merger approval but says the companies will likely get a different review from when AT&T tried to buy T-Mobile in 2011 because of new competition.
Charter Communications (CHTR) stock’s closing price on May 17 was $268.17 per share. Based on that closing price, Charter Communications has a market capitalization of ~$63.8 billion. Charter Communications’ stock price has decreased ~14.4% in the trailing year.
Charter Communications (CHTR) had a market capitalization of ~$63.8 billion, as showcased in the chart below. In the May 17 trading session, Charter Communications stock closed at $268.17, which is near its Bollinger Band midrange level of $280.27. This suggests that Charter Communications stock is neither oversold nor overbought.
Previously, we saw that most analysts recommend “buy” for T-Mobile (TMUS) stock. In this part, we’ll compare T-Mobile’s technical indicators with telecom peers’.
Of the 24 analysts tracking T-Mobile (TMUS) stock on May 15, 19 (~79%) recommended “buy,” five recommended “hold,” and none recommended “sell.” Their 12-month target price for T-Mobile is $74.82, implying a 33% potential return based on its May 15 closing price of $56.37.
Amid the race to launch a 5G (fifth-generation) network, T-Mobile (TMUS), the third-largest US wireless carrier, is looking to merge with telecom peer Sprint (S). Together, the companies could pool their resources to rapidly launch a nationwide mobile 5G network. With T-Mobile’s 600 MHz (megahertz) spectrum, Sprint’s 2.5 GHz (gigahertz) spectrum, and other combined assets, the combined entity is looking forward to creating the highest-capacity mobile network in the United States.
In this part of the series, we’ll look at T-Mobile’s (TMUS) postpaid phone ARPU (average revenue per user) trends over the last few quarters. In the first quarter, T-Mobile’s branded postpaid phone ARPU fell ~1.8% YoY (year-over-year) to $46.66. According to the company, this YoY reduction was mainly due to “a decrease in regulatory program revenues with the continued adoption of T-Mobile ONE tax inclusive plans, promotions targeting families and new segments, lower insurance program revenue per subscriber, and the negative impact of the new revenue recognition standard of $0.22. ...