Verizon Communications, Inc.

NYSE: VZ
$57.38
+$0.34 (+0.6%)
Closing price January 15, 2021
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Verizon posted better-than-expected earnings Wednesday morning and even beat the consensus revenue estimate. But how the company is really doing won't be evident until the fourth quarter that...
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One thing AT&T has going for it is that it has a long history of raising its dividend. Given current circumstances, how much of a dividend hike can be expected now?
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