AT&T, Inc. (T)

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37.49-1.16 (-3.00%)
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Prev Close38.65
Bid37.28 x 100
Ask37.31 x 900
Day's Range36.96 - 38.67
52wk Range32.22 - 43.89
1y Target EstN/A
Market Cap230.64B
P/E Ratio (ttm)16.17
Avg Vol (3m)20,417,075
Dividend & Yield1.92 (4.97%)
Earnings DateN/A
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  • Reuters4 minutes ago

    AT&T-Time Warner may signal start of new media industry consolidation

    WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - The tie-up of AT&T Inc and Time Warner Inc, bringing together one of the country's largest wireless and pay TV providers and cable networks like HBO, CNN and TBS, could kick off a new round of industry consolidation amid massive changes in how people watch TV. Discovery Communications Inc gained 3.6 percent, AMC Networks Inc rose 3.9 percent and Scripps Networks Interactive Inc jumped 5.6 percent. Media content companies are having an increasingly difficult time as standalone entities, creating an opportunity for telecom, satellite and cable providers to make acquisitions, analysts say.

  • Forbes13 minutes ago

    What The $85 Billion AT&T-Time Warner Deal Means For Consumers

    Should customers be wary of a deal that will make the country's second-largest wireless provider a major content producer? Almost certainly.

  • Reuters2 hours ago

    AT&T to pay $85 billion for Time Warner, create telecom-media giant

    AT&T Inc (T.N) said on Saturday it agreed to buy Time Warner Inc (TWX.N) for $85.4 billion, the boldest move yet by a telecommunications company to acquire content to stream over its network to attract a growing number of online viewers. The biggest deal in the world this year will, if approved by regulators, give AT&T control of cable TV channels HBO and CNN, film studio Warner Bros and other coveted media assets. The tie-up will likely face intense scrutiny by U.S. antitrust enforcers worried that AT&T might try to limit distribution of Time Warner material.