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Despite turmoil overseas, the US economy continues to grow, increasing opportunities for domestically-focused companies.
T-Mobile US, Inc.
TransDigm Group Incorporated
Toll Brothers, Inc.
The Boston Beer Company, Inc.
United Bankshares, Inc.
Eagle Materials Inc.
Glacier Bancorp, Inc.
Vector Group Ltd.
Antero Resources Corporation
Raytheon's (RTN) Tomahawk subsonic cruise missile is used for deep land attack warfare and designed to fly at extremely low altitudes at high subsonic speeds.
Yesterday, Pennsylvania joined other states in a lawsuit to block the $26.0 billion T-Mobile–Sprint merger. It is the 18th state trying the stop the deal.
Toll Brothers (TOL) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
The Fed seeks to remain focused on analyzing incoming economic data to determine future moves. Heathy domestic economy and several streamlining efforts are likely continue supporting bank stocks.
In order to be a more sustainable company, Sprint (S) signs agreement with Duke Energy Renewables for a new 182 megawatts wind power project in Texas.
Sprint (S) stock fell about 0.88% on Tuesday and closed the trading day at $6.78. It was trading 15.88% below the 52-week high of $8.06.
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Chevron, Walmart, ConocoPhillips, TransDigm and Phillips 66 Partners
Currently, AT&T; has reached parts of 21 cities with its 5G mobile services. The company plans to reach certain parts of 29 cities by the end of this year.
Randall Stephenson, chairman and CEO of AT&T (T) states that investors should expect share buybacks to be added to the mix of the company's capital allocation approach.
When it is completed in the autumn of next year, the two-tower structure will become US luxury homebuilder Toll Brothers’ 27th finished property in the New York City area. It is being financed in part by debt lapped up by yield-starved investors amid a global rally for bonds — which has driven Toll Brothers’ cost of borrowing to its lowest level for more than a decade. Last week the Horsham, Pennsylvania-based company sold a $400m 10-year bond with a coupon of just 3.8 per cent, joining a tiny club of companies that has managed to sell what are traditionally called high-yield bonds, also known as “junk” bonds, below 4 per cent.
AT&T; fell about 1.6% on September 16. The stock closed the trading day at $37.31, 3.72% below the 52-week high of $38.75 it saw on September 11.
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AT&T; rose almost 4.6% in the week that ended on September 13 to close at $37.91. AT&T; has been rising since the beginning of 2019 after struggling in 2018.
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Anheuser-Busch, Tilray, Boston Beer, Constellation Brands and Aphria
As the wireless industry rolls out the 5G technology, the latest network deployment is triggering demand for tower leasing which looks encouraging for the days ahead.