Charter Communications, Inc.

NASDAQ: CHTR
$717.91
+$11.03 (+1.6%)
Closing price October 19, 2021
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Apple crushed earnings estimates, car sales plunged in July, U.S. stock indexes reached all-time highs, and more headlines.
Sprint's controlling shareholder, SoftBank, may make an offer for Charter Communications. It would be a major move for Softbank's empire-building chairman.
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