AMX - América Móvil, S.A.B. de C.V.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
16.34
-0.16 (-0.97%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous Close16.50
Open16.50
Bid11.74 x 900
Ask0.00 x 3200
Day's Range16.26 - 16.50
52 Week Range14.85 - 19.91
Volume1,199,279
Avg. Volume2,449,476
Market Cap54.027B
Beta0.55
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.04
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.32 (1.92%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-07-10
1y Target Est18.75
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • Reuters11 days ago

    America Movil cuts stake in KPN to 16 percent

    AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Mexican telecommunications company America Movil has cut its stake in Dutch telecoms company KPN to slightly more than 16 percent, a filing at financial watchdog AFM showed. Movil, ...

  • America Movil cuts stake in KPN to 16 percent
    Reuters11 days ago

    America Movil cuts stake in KPN to 16 percent

    Mexican telecommunications company America Movil has cut its stake in Dutch telecoms company KPN to slightly more than 16 percent, a filing at financial watchdog AFM showed. Movil, controlled by tycoon ...

  • Reuters13 days ago

    Slim's America Movil challenges Pemex contract awarded to Televisa group

    Billionaire Carlos Slim's America Movil and Mexico's state oil firm have become embroiled in a public fight over a government contract after the telecommunications giant filed complaints and a legal challenge, saying it unfairly lost the bid. A rival group, including a unit of Mexican broadcaster Grupo Televisa (TLVACPO.MX), won a contract in June for nearly $36 million to provide internet security services to the oil company known as Pemex (PEMX.UL). America Movil (AMXL.MX) had presented a cheaper offer of roughly $24.5 million, a company spokesman said, and went on to file complaints against Pemex.

  • 5 Mexican Stocks That Should Benefit From the Recent Trade Agreement
    InvestorPlace26 days ago

    5 Mexican Stocks That Should Benefit From the Recent Trade Agreement

    The announcement of the United States-Mexico Trade Agreement brought relief to many companies. Due to the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), many companies in both the United States and Mexico had made substantial cross-border investments. The Trump Administration’s moves to push NAFTA aside stoked fear on both sides of the border.

  • Ron Baron Buys America Movil, Boosts Marriott Vacations
    GuruFocus.comlast month

    Ron Baron Buys America Movil, Boosts Marriott Vacations

    Ron Baron (Trades, Portfolio)'s Baron Funds bought shares of the following stocks during the second quarter. The trade had an impact of 0.3% on the portfolio. Warning! GuruFocus has detected 3 Warning Signs with AMX.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Carlos Slim sees no threat to Mexican business from leftist's election

    Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim said on Tuesday he sees no risks to his telecoms-to-banking empire from the new left-wing government of Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, a self-styled radical who clashed with business leaders before his election this month. Slim, whose America Movil owns Mexico's largest telecommunications network, said he had not met with Lopez Obrador, whose landslide victory put him on a path to take office on Dec. 1. "He is proposing, planning important investments before he has even started, which is unusual," Slim said, singling out expected projects in trains, roads and energy.

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents2 months ago

    Edited Transcript of AMXL.MX earnings conference call or presentation 18-Jul-18 2:00pm GMT

    Q2 2018 America Movil SAB de CV Earnings Call

  • America Movil says AT&T-Time Warner deal will not change Latam market
    Reuters2 months ago

    America Movil says AT&T-Time Warner deal will not change Latam market

    The CEO of America Movil, Latin America's largest telecommunications company by subscriber numbers, said on Wednesday that AT&T Inc's acquisition of Time Warner will do little to change the telecoms landscape in the region. U.S. telecoms company AT&T closed its deal to buy media company Time Warner for $85 billion last month. "I don't think it's going to affect the market in Latin America," America Movil Chief Executive Daniel Hajj said on a call discussing the company's second-quarter results.

  • America Movil says AT&T-Time Warner deal will not change Latam market
    Reuters2 months ago

    America Movil says AT&T-Time Warner deal will not change Latam market

    The CEO of America Movil, Latin America's largest telecommunications company by subscriber numbers, said on Wednesday that AT&T Inc's acquisition of Time Warner will do little to change the telecoms landscape in the region. U.S. telecoms company AT&T closed its deal to buy media company Time Warner for $85 billion last month. "I don't think it's going to affect the market in Latin America," America Movil Chief Executive Daniel Hajj said on a call discussing the company's second-quarter results.

  • America Movil, S.A.B. de C.V. (AMX) Q2 2018 Earnings Conference Call Transcript
    Motley Fool2 months ago

    America Movil, S.A.B. de C.V. (AMX) Q2 2018 Earnings Conference Call Transcript

    AMX earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2018.

  • America Movil (AMX) Q2 Earnings Miss Estimates, Revenues Top
    Zacks2 months ago

    America Movil (AMX) Q2 Earnings Miss Estimates, Revenues Top

    America Movil's (AMX) top line increases year over year due to strong growth in service revenues in the mobile space in Brazil and Mexico.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    America Movil's second-quarter net profit plummets on currency losses

    Mexico's America Movil, the largest telecommunications firm in Latin America by number of subscribers, saw its net profit slide 94 percent in the second quarter, hammered by currency-related swings. The company, which is controlled by the family of Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim, posted a net profit of 818 million Mexican pesos ($41.2 million), down sharply from 14.3 billion pesos during the same quarter a year ago. America Movil said its performance was hurt by the U.S. dollar's gains against the currencies of Mexico and Brazil, two of its key markets.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    America Movil's second-quarter net profit plummets on currency losses

    Mexico's America Movil, the largest telecommunications firm in Latin America by number of subscribers, saw its net profit slide 94 percent in the second quarter, hammered by currency-related swings. The company, which is controlled by the family of Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim, posted a net profit of 818 million Mexican pesos ($41.2 million), down sharply from 14.3 billion pesos during the same quarter a year ago. America Movil said its performance was hurt by the U.S. dollar's gains against the currencies of Mexico and Brazil, two of its key markets.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 months ago

    [$$] América Móvil Registers Small Second-Quarter Net Loss

    , had a small net loss in the second quarter as foreign-exchange losses from a weaker Mexican peso offset increases in revenue and operating profits.  on Tuesday reported a net loss of 236 million Mexican pesos ($12.5 million),  compared with a net profit of 14.3 billion pesos a year earlier. Revenue in the April-June quarter rose 3.2% to 257.3 billion pesos, with service revenue in local currencies up 2%.

  • Carlos Slim's America Movil Extends Its Dominance in Mexico
    Bloomberg2 months ago

    Carlos Slim's America Movil Extends Its Dominance in Mexico

    Carlos Slim’s America Movil SAB, facing looser restrictions on its dominance in its business in Mexico, continues to pile up customers. The growth follows years of regulatory crackdown for the company controlled by Slim, Latin America’s richest person. Because of its commanding position in wireless, America Movil was forced by the government to share its network with competitors and connect phone calls from rivals at no charge.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    America Movil's second-quarter net profit plummets on currency losses

    Mexico's America Movil, the largest telecommunications firm in Latin America by number of subscribers, saw its net profit slide 94 percent in the second quarter, hammered by currency-related swings. The company, which is controlled by the family of Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim, posted a net profit of 818 million Mexican pesos ($41.2 million), down sharply from 14.3 billion pesos during the same quarter a year ago. America Movil said its performance was hurt by the U.S. dollar's gains against the currencies of Mexico and Brazil, two of its key markets.

  • Benzinga2 months ago

    America Movil Q2 Earnings Preview

    On Tuesday, America Movil (NYSE: AMX ) will release its latest earnings report. Decipher the announcement with Benzinga's help. Earnings and Revenue Analysts expect America Movil earnings of 14 cents per ...

  • ACCESSWIRE3 months ago

    Today's Free Research Reports Coverage on America Movil and Three More Wireless Communications Stocks

    Stock Research Monitor: CHL, TSU, and TMUS LONDON, UK / ACCESSWIRE / July 10, 2018 / If you want a free Stock Review on AMX sign up now at www.wallstequities.com/registration . Ahead of today's trading ...

  • America Movil Shows Promise With Core Focus, Risks Remain
    Zacks3 months ago

    America Movil Shows Promise With Core Focus, Risks Remain

    American Movil (AMX) has launched 4.5G networks in Brazil, Mexico, Austria and Dominicana that can deliver speed up to 10 times faster than 4G,

  • Reuters3 months ago

    FOCUS-Billionaire Slim, America Movil, could profit from election of Mexican leftist

    Billionaire Carlos Slim has had harsh words for Mexico's presidential frontrunner, saying recently he is "concerned and afraid" about what leftist Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador might do if elected. Lopez Obrador's pick for telecoms minister, Javier Jimenez, told Reuters he favors re-examining some regulations stemming from Mexico's landmark 2014 telecommunications reform, a law that has clipped America Movil's profits and inhibited its expansion.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Billionaire Slim, America Movil, could profit from election of Mexican leftist

    Billionaire Carlos Slim has had harsh words for Mexico's presidential frontrunner, saying recently he is "concerned and afraid" about what leftist Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador might do if elected. Lopez Obrador's pick for telecoms minister, Javier Jimenez, told Reuters he favors re-examining some regulations stemming from Mexico's landmark 2014 telecommunications reform, a law that has clipped America Movil's profits and inhibited its expansion.

  • Benzinga3 months ago

    5 Stocks Showing Clear Technical Signals Right Now

    The blue line crossing over the black is a bullish signal, while the black crossing over the blue is a bearish signal Fossil Fossil Group Inc (NASDAQ: FOSL) had a predictive moving average crossover to the upside on May 8, the day it raised its sales outlook for the year as part of its Q1 earnings report. The stock had previously been in a period of consolidation from $12-$14, but has since blasted off to highs not seen since late 2016. Since the crossover on May 8, FOSL has more than doubled.  Omega Healthcare Investors Omega Healthcare Investors Inc (NYSE: OHI) experienced a bullish crossover on May 1, when the stock closed at $26.53.

  • 7 Latin American Stocks to Buy for the Long-Term
    Kiplinger3 months ago

    7 Latin American Stocks to Buy for the Long-Term

    Latin American stocks might not be the most stable holdings on the planet - but that's just fine if you're an aggressive investor. That's because the region offers some of the more explosive growth opportunities in the global market. Brazilians have a tongue-in-cheek saying about their country: Brazil is the country of the future ... and it always will be. That's probably a little unfair. Brazil and Latin America in general have grown and modernized to the point that their economies are barely recognizable to those who remember the commodity-driven economies of decades past. Latin America is highly urbanized and has a vibrant and growing middle class. All the same, the region still has a long way to go to meet developed-world standards. For example, per capita income in the United States, Germany and France is $59,495, $50,206 and $43,550, respectively, according to recent estimates by the International Monetary Fund. In contrast, Chile - the wealthiest country in Latin America - has per capita income of just $24,558. Argentina and Mexico weigh in at about $20,000 each. Rome wasn't built in a day, and it will be a long time until these countries approach developed-world living standards. In the meantime, intrepid investors looking to get a piece of that growth have abundant options at their disposal. Latin American stocks include dozens of world-class companies that stand to benefit from the continued growth in the region. Today, we're going to look at seven solid LatAm stocks that you can hold for the long-term. SEE ALSO: The 18 Best Stocks to Buy for the Rest of 2018

  • Women owned businesses on the rise
    Yahoo Finance Video7 days ago

    Women owned businesses on the rise

    Women owned businesses are growing at a faster rate than those owned by men. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Dion Rabouin and Jeanie Ahn discuss.