Verizon Communications, Inc.

NYSE: VZ
$54.70
-$0.55 (-1.0%)
Closing price April 3, 2020
Sometimes it's just the relative performance that really matters to investors. Imagine saying, "Gee, that's great because it's only down 10% in this awful stock market."
Jon C. Ogg
24/7 Wall St. wanted to see which companies have the best chance at not having to lower their dividends at all and those that almost certainly will retain much of their current dividends in a...
Jon C. Ogg
Even with reductions in share price, companies with iron-clad balance sheets, active customer bases that will not be decimated by the spread of COVID-19 and high yields that are unlikely to be cut...
Douglas A. McIntyre
Investors are scrambling for safe-haven stocks. For many, Verizon is at the top of the list, due to its rock-solid balance sheet and bondlike yield.
Douglas A. McIntyre
As of the most recently reported period, short sellers favored Pfizer, Intel and Exxon above all other Dow stocks.
Trey Thoelcke
As the grip of the COVID-19 spreads, Verizon’s business is in as safe a position as any mega-cap stock. The shares are now outperforming the Dow Jones industrials.
Douglas A. McIntyre
Monday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations included ABB, Apple, Baidu, Casper Sleep, General Electric, Groupon, JPMorgan, Micron Technology, PPD, Verizon Communications and Wayfair.
Jon C. Ogg
These five companies pay dividends, have shares that are rated Buy, tend to do well when the federal funds rate is cut and make good sense for worried investors now.
Lee Jackson
The market has taken a pounding for days and investors have started to look for safe-haven stocks. Verizon fits the bill.
Douglas A. McIntyre
It appears that the odds of Sprint becoming part of T-Mobile have improved, and it shows in shares of many rivals, partners and equipment suppliers.
Jon C. Ogg
In less than three months, the Disney+ streaming video service has received nearly as many subscribers as it expected in five years. Not only that, the new service is causing Americans to drop...
Paul Ausick
Monday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations included Aimmune Therapeutics, Amgen, Biogen, Chevron, CRISPR, Exxon Mobil, Nike, Snap, Uber, Ulta Beauty and Verizon.
Jon C. Ogg
Verizon Communications reported mixed quarterly results before the markets opened on Thursday, and share of the telecom giant pulled back a bit.
Chris Lange
24/7 Wall St. has put together a preview of those Dow Jones industrials scheduled to report their quarterly results this week.
Chris Lange
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations included Amazon.com, Boeing, Broadcom, Cisco Systems, IBM, Netflix, Rio Tinto, Tesla, Verizon, Visa and Xerox.
Jon C. Ogg