T - AT&T Inc.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
32.00
-0.39 (-1.20%)
At close: 4:01PM EDT

32.02 +0.02 (0.06%)
After hours: 7:59PM EDT

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Previous Close32.39
Open32.50
Bid0.00 x 3000
Ask0.00 x 900
Day's Range31.95 - 32.58
52 Week Range31.17 - 39.80
Volume55,805,218
Avg. Volume36,716,387
Market Cap234.432B
Beta0.39
PE Ratio (TTM)6.45
EPS (TTM)4.96
Earnings DateJul 24, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield2.00 (6.17%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-04-09
1y Target Est37.61
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • Instagram expected to debut new video feature, Ford may work together with VW, PayPal pays big for major competitor
    Yahoo Finance Video11 hours ago

    Instagram expected to debut new video feature, Ford may work together with VW, PayPal pays big for major competitor

    Instagram, Ford, PayPal and AT&T are the companies to watch.

  • Instagram expected to debut new video feature, Ford and VW may work together, PayPal pays big for major competitor
    Yahoo Finance10 hours ago

    Instagram expected to debut new video feature, Ford and VW may work together, PayPal pays big for major competitor

    Instagram, Ford, PayPal and AT&T are the companies to watch.

  • The Wall Street Journal23 minutes ago

    [$$] FTC’s New Chief Pledges Vigorous Antitrust Enforcement

    WASHINGTON—The Federal Trade Commission’s new chairman is promising active antitrust enforcement across industries as well as scrutiny of big technology platforms, the latest signal that Trump appointees could be as aggressive on enforcing competition law as their Democratic predecessors. Joseph Simons, in his first roundtable session with reporters Wednesday, said his message to the business community is to expect vigorous enforcement. The FTC shares antitrust powers with the Justice Department, as both agencies review proposed mergers and investigate business conduct that is potentially anticompetitive.

  • The Wall Street Journal1 hour ago

    [$$] Judge Right in AT&T Case Because of Consumer Cost

    Michael D. Smith and Rahul Telang argue that the Justice Department should not have objected to AT&T’s acquisition of Time Warner, because the $85 billion deal wasn’t “merely to gain control of a business in obvious decline [cable TV].” This argument is off-base (“Godspeed to AT&T-Time Warner,” op-ed, June 13). Regardless of the purpose(s) of the acquisition from AT&T’s perspective, if a result would have been an increase in the cost of cable TV to consumers, the acquisition would have violated U.S. antitrust law, notwithstanding that cable TV is a declining business. U.S. District Judge Richard Leon properly found that the transaction doesn’t violate U.S. antitrust law because there is no good reason to believe that it will increase the cost of cable TV to consumers.

  • GE Says Goodbye to the Dow
    Zacks4 hours ago

    GE Says Goodbye to the Dow

    General Electric (GE), the American multinational conglomerate, and the last original company from the 1986 Dow, is no longer on the 30-stock index.

  • Fortune5 hours ago

    How AT&T and Verizon Are Bulking Up to Take On Google and Facebook

    More acquisitions almost certainly on the way.

  • Fortune5 hours ago

    Watch ‘The Breakdown,’ Fortune’s Live News Show

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  • TheStreet.com5 hours ago

    PayPal Strikes Again, Facebook, and AT&T -- 3 Tech Stories You Must Know

    gets set to see a major drop in revenue from one big online marketplace, it's stepping up its effort to get more revenue from others. On Tuesday afternoon, the online payments giant announced it's doling out $400 million in cash to buy Hyperwallet, which provides a variety of services to help online marketplaces and commerce platforms quickly pay out the consumers and businesses relying on them. Taking stock of the deal, payments vet Tom Noyes observes in his blog that Hyperwallet gives the platforms supporting it a much simpler and more convenient way to handle international commercial payments, which carry gross margins of around 65%, relative to traditional services offered by major banks.

  • Why You Should Buy Disney (DIS) Stock Right Now
    Zacks6 hours ago

    Why You Should Buy Disney (DIS) Stock Right Now

    Disney (DIS) upped the ante to $70 billion in cash and stock for key 21st Century Fox (FOXA) assets, one week after Comcast (CMCSA) outbid the company's initial offer. Shares of Disney jumped over 1% on Wednesday following the news, which means now is a good time to see if Disney stock is worth buying at the moment.

  • T-Mobile, Sprint Merger Faces Test In Senate Hearing Next Week
    Investor's Business Daily6 hours ago

    T-Mobile, Sprint Merger Faces Test In Senate Hearing Next Week

    T-Mobile US and Sprint will get a better idea of how much opposition their proposed merger will face when the U.S. Senate's antitrust panel holds a hearing next week.

  • Reuters7 hours ago

    Banks to fatten wallets as Disney, Comcast compete for Fox

    Banks arranging nearly $36 billion of loans to support Walt Disney Co’s sweetened $71.3 billion bid to buy Twenty-First Century Fox Inc’s media assets stand to pocket around $200 million in fees, boosting profits from an increasingly hot market for mergers and acquisitions (M&A). Lenders have already raked in record fees from M&A deals this year, according to Freeman Consulting Services, and the pace could stay torrid after a federal judge’s seal of approval on June 12 for AT&T Inc’s long-pursued purchase of Time Warner. “The bidding war and transformational nature of the Fox deal suggests that the US M&A market could continue hitting new records,” said Jeff Nassof, a director at Freeman Consulting.