Sprint Corp (S)
$8.62 0.00 (0.00%)
8:48 EDT S Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $8.62
Market Cap 34.59B
PE Ratio 4.76
Volume (Avg. Vol.)
Day's Range 8.62 - 8.62
52-Week Range 4.26 - 10.16
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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Investors who purchased Sprint stock before a judge's Feb. 11 approval of the T-Mobile merger must be sitting pretty now.
T-Mobile won the merger, and Sprint soared on the news. But T-Mobile stock needs the combined company to dominate its wireless competition.
The Sprint / T-Mobile merger is able to move forward following a new ruling from a New York court in favor of the transaction.
Sprint (S) earnings for the wireless company's fiscal third quarter of 2020 have S stock falling Monday after missing revenue estimates.
The bullish narrative for S stock took a massive hit when multiple states opposed Sprint’s merger with T-Mobile. Given the legal ambiguity, conservative investors should sit on the sidelines.
Masayoshi Son lost billions on WeWork and Uber, and looks set to lose billions more on Sprint.
Rumors swirled about T-Mobile's CEO John Legere becoming the CEO of WeWork. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
Invest in 5G stocks early, while this enormous technological shift is just getting underway. That’s how fortunes are made.
Sprint stock faces another obstacle as Oregon joins 15 states in the suit against their merger with T-Mobile.
Although the Democrats have raised their opposition to the Sprint-T-Mobile merger, this is ultimately nothing but noise for S stock.
Big change is coming to the wireless industry over the next few years. That change will be positive for some stocks and negative for other stocks. These five 5G stocks should be on your watch-list after the DoJ approved the proposed T-Mobile/Sprint merger.
Fortunately for T-Mobile and Sprint shareholders, this last legal hurdle for the merger is the most passable of any of the hurdles this merger has faced so far.
A combined T-Mobile and Sprint will have less debt, and far less technology debt, than rivals Verizon and ATT. That's good news for TMUS stock investors.
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