Verizon Communications, Inc.

NYSE: VZ
$57.82
+$0.28 (+0.5%)
Real time price as of August 6, 2020 3:59 pm EDT
The earnings of two of the most dominant tech companies in America showed that the middle class has money to spare, even when tens of millions of Americans are out of work. Big tech has not merely...
Monday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Albermarle, Biogen, Dun & Bradstreet, eBay, First Solar, Lemonade, Morgan Stanley, Procter & Gamble, Schlumberger and Verizon Communications.
Verizon reported second-quarter earnings Friday morning that were slightly better than expectations but expectations were not very high.
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Verizon has teamed up with Visa and Synchrony Financial to offer a rewards credit card to customers. The company is hoping to cut down on its customer churn rate.
The race to build 5G wireless networks has heated up over the past year or so. AT&T is betting that its stock price will get a large enough boost from 5G to keep paying its generous dividend.
With many Americans observing stay-at-home orders, satisfaction with TV and internet services have improved for the first time in four years.
With a solid capital structure, a good dividend, and a premium streaming service rolling out, AT&T is making a strong case for itself.
AT&T adapts its advertising to troubled times, spending more on live news and targeting stay-at-home consumers online.
AT&T has taken advantage of low rates to improve its capital structure and remains committed to a hefty dividend, but the stock has underperformed.
These four top stocks have all had nice moves off the lows but haven’t had “melt-up” gains. All pay dependable dividends and look poised for solid second half gains.
5G is critical to AT&T’s future but Verizon and Sprint/T-Mobile will also be competing hard for market share. A slapdown from the National Advertising Review Board won’t help.
AT&T stock has underperfomed against rivals Verizon and T-Mobile but the rollout of 5G networks could change the competitive landscape.