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AT&T, Inc. (T) shares information

AT&T, Inc.

24h Change

-0.80 %


Live rate: Market closed

Stock data per Tuesday 28 Mar, 2023

-0.15 (-0.80%)
US Market is closed

Live Stock price in graph for AT&T, Inc. (T)

  • Latest Volume

    21,547,161 (-19.15 %)

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  • Market cap


  • P/E ratio


  • Today high

    18.99 USD

  • Today low

    18.72 USD

  • 52 week high

    22.84 USD

  • 52 week low

    14.25 USD

  • YTD Change

    + 3.18 %

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Latest news about AT&T, Inc.

Below you can find the most recent news posts about AT&T, Inc., primarily from US and UK based news sources.

AT&T Stock: Why We Are Still Buying (NYSE:T)

Wednesday, 29 March 2023, 05:19:42
AT&T should be able to increase the dividend annually and buy back shares each year in a few years. Read more to see why we still rate T stock a Buy.
— Seeking Alpha

3 Growth Stocks That Have a Loyal Customer Base

Wednesday, 29 March 2023, 04:19:19
One of the best ways to determine the customer loyalty of growth stocks is to look at their subscriber numbers. For example, Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX ) announced in April 2022 that it lost subscribers for the first quarter in more than a decade. Its shares plummeted more than 20% on the news, bottoming at $162.71 in mid-May. In the 10 and a half months since, the stock has nearly doubled in price as the company saw subscriber growth resume . Higher share prices tend to follow subscriber growth. The trick is finding companies whose subscriber growth is consistently higher. They don’t have to be higher 100% of the time, but they should be up on a year-over-year basis and sequentially most of the time. To help me choose three growth stocks with loyal customer bases, I’ll lean on the Fount Subscription Economy ETF (NYSEARCA: SUBS ), a collection of approximately 50 stocks that benefit from the subscription economy. To be included in the fund, at least half of a company’s revenue must come from subscription-related services or products.
— InvestorPlace

AT&T Stock (NYSE:T): A “Smart” 5G Investment for 2023

Wednesday, 29 March 2023, 00:37:33
AT&T (NYSE:T) stock is a smart investment for anyone seeking exposure to 5G stocks in 2023, along with strong value and a generous dividend yield. …
— TipRanks

AT&T names new President for Louisiana

Wednesday, 29 March 2023, 00:00:19
On Tuesday, AT&T announced the new President of AT&T Louisiana.
— The Shreveport Times

7 Value Stocks To Buy Now For Bargain Prices

Tuesday, 28 March 2023, 20:09:28
The first quarter of 2023 was a rocky one for the stock market. The good news is that volatility created many solid value stocks to buy. And, after all, a highly profitable firm bought at a sufficiently low price should reward investors with a solid margin of safety and the potential for well above-average returns. In fact, these seven value stocks to buy, in particular, have promising outlooks for the rest of 2023. And, as of this writing, all are selling for less than 15 times forward earnings meaning they are selling at valuations much below the S&P 500 as a whole. GS Goldman Sachs $316.57 VZ Verizon $38.02 AAP Advance Auto Parts $116.01 GPN Global Payments $98.95 TSN Tyson Foods $57.85 BP BP. $37.38 SQM Sociedad Química y Minera de Chile $82.02 Value Stocks to Buy: Goldman Sachs (GS) Source: Vova Shevchuk / Bank stocks were slammed over the past month. And with understandable reason. Several prominent banks failed, and more are struggling to adapt to the rapidly-changing interest rate environment.
— InvestorPlace

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