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|Day's Range||36.90 - 37.34|
|52 Week Range||32.55 - 42.70|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||7.76|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.00 (5.40%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
AT&T is looking to buy Time Warner, a deal first announced in October 2016. How have the stock prices of both companies performed since then?
When AT&T agreed to buy Time Warner in October of 2016, many investors viewed it as a done deal. Time Warner (TWX) shares soared to nearly match AT&T’s offer price of $107.50 a share in cash and stock—no matter that both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton had expressed reservations about the merger in the final days of the presidential election. Many investors dismissed their talk as bluster.
NEW YORK (AP) — On Monday, AT&T squares off against the federal government in a trial that could shape how you get — and how much you pay for — streaming TV and movies.
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Bloomberg Intelligence's Jennifer Rie discusses the legal hurdles AT&T will need to clear to merge with Time Warner on today's Deals Report. She speaks with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu and Julie Hyman on "Bloomberg ...
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Next week is the beginning of a massive anti-trust case in Washington. The federal government takes on AT&T over their acquisition of Time Warner. The government sued to block the deal in November saying its bad for consumers. AT&T claims blocking the transaction is denying consumers the kinds of vertically integrated products you can get from Comcast/NBCU, Netflix, Google, Amazon, and Facebook.
Mar.16 -- Bloomberg Intelligence's Jennifer Rie discusses the legal hurdles AT&T will need to clear to merge with Time Warner on today's Deals Report. She speaks with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu and Julie Hyman on "Bloomberg Markets."
As the Department of Justice gets set for its antitrust trial on the AT&T-Time Warner merger, Dory Wiley, Commerce Street Capital, and Barton Crockett, B. Riley FBR, discuss how the outcome of the trial could affect the whole merger landscape in media.