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AT&T Inc. (T)


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41.73+0.25 (+0.60%)
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41.68 -0.05 (-0.12%)
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Previous Close41.48
Open41.37
Bid0.00 x
Ask0.00 x
Day's Range41.32 - 41.75
52 Week Range36.10 - 43.89
Volume17,504,381
Avg. Volume21,436,891
Market Cap256.18B
Beta0.39
PE Ratio (TTM)19.87
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & Yield1.96 (4.73%)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
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  • TheStreet.com4 hours ago

    Senators Want Sessions to Review AT&T, Time Warner Deal

    Some senators are still concerned the proposed deal between AT&T and Time Warner poses antitrust concerns.

  • Barrons.com5 hours ago

    Verizon Stock the Cheapest It's Been in Fifteen Years, Says Moffett Nathanson

    Shares of Verizon Communications (VZ) today closed up 24 cents, or half a percent, at $49.43, after Craig Moffett of the eponymous Moffett Nathanson boutique brokerage raised his rating on the stock to Buy from Neutral, with a $54 price target, writing that the “pendulum has swung too far,” in the 10% drop in the shares this year. Verizon stock, in fact, is as cheap a deal now as it’s been in fifteen years, writes Moffett. Moffett notes that whereas wireless used to be a business that was something of a sure bet for investors, in general, the appetite for wireless, as he puts it, “has soured." And Verizon shares have born the brunt of it, underperforming AT&T (T) stock by 900 basis points, he notes.

  • American City Business Journals6 hours ago

    AT&T, Time Warner get detailed in defense to senators

    AT&T (NYSE: T) and Time Warner, Inc. (TWX) have responded to 13 Senators who question their merger, explaining in detail their stance that the combined company would spur innovation without hurting consumer choice. “This deal will increase competition and accelerate the innovation/investment cycle, all to the benefit of American consumers,” reads the letter, signed by AT&T Executive VP – Federal Relations Tim McKone and Steve Vest, Time Warner’s senior VP of global public policy. Senator Al Franken, among the most vocal skeptics of the deal, posted the letter on his website.