T-Mobile US (TMUS)
$82.15 0.71 (0.87%)
17:50 EST TMUS Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $82.15
Market Cap 69.57B
PE Ratio 15.86
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 3.56M
Day's Range 81.57 - 82.24
52-Week Range 65.56 - 85.22
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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Masayoshi Son lost billions on WeWork and Uber, and looks set to lose billions more on Sprint.
With an approval in sight for the T-Mobile-Sprint merger, CEO John Legere is handing off the combined company to number two Mike Sievert
John Legere leaving T-Mobile isn't dropping the stock as the company already has a succession plan in place for its next CEO.
Rumors swirled about T-Mobile's CEO John Legere becoming the CEO of WeWork. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
Roku and Square took the spotlight after reporting earnings, while a trade deal is in waiting. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
Does TMUS stock have what it takes to be a top stock to buy for momentum investors?
Anyone can get a free T-Mobile hotspot to try out the wireless carriers new network with and they don't even have to return it.
Every once in a while, a stock chart just reaches out and grabs you. The trend is so strong that it compels you to pay attention. I recently had one of those moments with 5G stocks, so I wanted to share it now.
If you're looking for some recession-proof stocks that should serve investors well in harder times, you could do a lot worse than these 7 names.
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.
News surrounding Amazon, Alphabet, Starbucks and Twitter dominated stock market headlines, while GDP, Federal Reserve come into focus.
The stock charts of T, DISH and DISCA are all at pivotal junctures was we move into the back end of the trading week.
Amazon, Facebook and Alphabet report earnings in the next two days, but a government investigation is stealing the headlines in the stock market today.
Tech stock were in focus as the Nasdaq led the way on the stock market today. Earnings will be a huge driver in the coming sessions, though.
Netflix, Microsoft, IBM, Qualcomm, eBay, AMD and Apple were some of the top movers and stocks to focus on in the Nasdaq today.
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