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Notable earnings before Wednesday's open
Major earnings expected before the bell on Wednesday include: The Boeing, Biogen, General Dynamics, AT&T and Thermo Fisher Scientific. Other notable earnings slated for release before Wednesday's open include: Boeing, GE, TMO and others. The Boeing is expected to report its first quarter earnings after the close of trading.
Seeking Alpha · 7h ago
Elliott Wave Suggests AT&T Inc. (T) Last Leg Lower Could Have Started
AT&T shares finished an all-time high with a price of $45.23. The value has held a downtrend since the beginning of 1999. AT&T is the world's largest telecommunications company by revenue. The company is expected to drop below $13.43.
Barchart · 10h ago
After Hours Most Active for Apr 22, 2024 : CORZ, CSCO, HBAN, T, KMI, PFE, UBER, PTEN, PAGP, FOLD, NEE, EQT
NASDAQ · 1d ago
BUZZ-Verizon falls after mixed first-quarter results
Verizon Communications shares down 3.6% at $39.04. Set for biggest single day drop in more than months. Company posts mixed first-quarter results. Company lost 68,000 monthly bill-paying wireless phone subscribers in Q1. Shares up 7% this year.
Reuters · 1d ago
Verizon: Q1 Earnings, Future Outlook and the 5G Gamble
NASDAQ · 1d ago
2 Telecom Stocks To Watch In The Stock Market Today
NASDAQ · 1d ago
Verizon Stock Rises After Earnings. Its Consumer Business Is Improving.
Verizon Communications lost 158,000 users in its consumer wireless postpaid phone division in the first quarter of 2024. The company has lost more than 200,000 in every first quarter since 2021. The stock was rising 2.5% in premarket trading. Verizon's Business Group added a net 90,000 customers in the quarter.
Barron‘s · 1d ago
Verizon gains as Q1 earnings top estimates
Verizon shares rose nearly 3.5% in premarket trading on Monday as the telecom reported first-quarter earnings that topped estimates. AT&T and T-Mobile shares also moved higher on back of Verizon's results. Verizon added 253,000 subscribers to its wireless unit in the quarter.
Seeking Alpha · 1d ago
UPDATE 2-Verizon reports fewer quarterly subscriber losses on flexible plan demand
Verizon Communications reports fewer quarterly subscriber losses on flexible plan demand. Shares of the U.S. Telecom firm rose 2.5% in premarket trading. It lost 68,000 monthly bill-paying wireless phone subscribers between January and March. The company said it lost fewer-than-expected subscribers in the first quarter.
Reuters · 1d ago
UPDATE 1-Verizon posts fewer first-quarter subscriber losses on flexible plan demand
Verizon Communications posts fewer first-quarter subscriber losses on flexible plan demand. Shares of the company were up 2.5% in premarket trading. U.S. Telecom firm lost 68,000 monthly bill-paying wireless phone subscribers between January and March. The firm lost fewer than expected in the first quarter thanks to its flexible plans and streaming bundles.
Reuters · 1d ago
Options Volatility and Implied Earnings Moves This Week, April 22 – April 26, 2024
TipRanks · 1d ago
Weekly Report: what happened at T last week (0415-0419)?
Weekly Report · 1d ago
Can Magnificent 7 Help Script Market Turnaround? Earnings Pick Up Pace With Microsoft, Meta, Alphabet And Tesla Expected This Week
The percentage of S&P 500 companies that have reported positive earnings surprises is at or above their 10-year averages. So far, 14% of the S&p 500 companies have reported March quarter results. The combined earnings per share growth rate of the companies is at 0.5%.
Benzinga · 1d ago
Goldman picks top capex and R&D stocks
Goldman Sachs expects capex and R&D growth to slow to 7% this year, down from 10% in 2023. Sales growth is the largest driver of capex growth in Goldman's model. The mega-cap tech stocks are committed to investing in AI. The top 10 firms with the largest capex spending are expected to be in the S&P 500.
Seeking Alpha · 2d ago
Wall Street Brunch: Megacaps Highlight Big Earnings Week
Four of the Magnificent 7 stocks will report earnings this week: Tesla, Meta Platforms, Microsoft, and Alphabet. The AI trade is showing signs of weakness as the 7 lost $950 billion in market value last week. But hedge funds are buying tech. First look at Q1 GDP arrives this week.
Seeking Alpha · 2d ago
Earnings week ahead: Tesla, Meta Platforms, Google, Microsoft, Intel, Exxon Mobil, and more
Investors are eagerly anticipating reports from a wide array of companies across various sectors in the week of April 22–26. Big names like Tesla, Microsoft, Google, Intel, Exxon Mobil, and more are among the companies scheduled to report their quarterly results. The week ahead is also packed with earnings from companies in the airline, consumer goods, and energy sectors.
Seeking Alpha · 2d ago
Wall Street Breakfast: The Week Ahead
All eyes will be on the latest U.S. Personal income and outlays report, due Friday. The first quarter earnings season will be dominated by big names like Microsoft and Tesla. Volatility watch: Options trading volume is elevated on Snap and Summit Therapeutics. The world will have its eyes on the World Summit in Dubai.
Seeking Alpha · 2d ago
2 S&P 500 Dividend Stocks With Yields Above 6% That You Can Buy With $100
The Motley Fool · 3d ago
Catalyst Watch: Tesla, Boeing and General Motors brace for earnings fireworks
Seeking Alpha · 4d ago
Verizon and AT&T earnings on deck: What to expect
U.S. Telecom company Verizon is set to post first-quarter results on Monday. Wall Street expects Verizon to post revenue of $33.23 billion and earnings per share of $1.12. Rival AT&T is expected to report its first quarter results on Wednesday.
Seeking Alpha · 4d ago
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About T
AT&T Inc. is a holding company. The Company is a provider of telecommunications and technology services globally. The Company operates through two segments: Communications and Latin America. The Communications segment provides wireless and wireline telecom and broadband services to consumers located in the United States and businesses globally. The business units of the Communication segment include Mobility, Business Wireline and Consumer Wireline. Mobility provides nationwide wireless service and equipment. Business Wireline provides advanced ethernet-based fiber services, IP Voice and managed professional services, as well as traditional voice and data services and related equipment to business customers. Consumer Wireline provides broadband services, including fiber connections. Consumer Wireline provides legacy telephony voice communication services. The Latin America segment provides wireless services and equipment in Mexico.