T Mobile US Ord Shs (TMUS)
$107.45 0.07 (0.07%)
14:27 EDT TMUS Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $107.38
Market Cap 90.99B
PE Ratio 20.74
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 2.27M
Day's Range 107.33 - 108.74
52-Week Range 63.50 - 111.58
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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Some smart money is nabbing TMUS stock because of the monopoly profits coming to T-Mobile after its acquisition of Sprint.
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The T-Mobile-Sprint merger is finally complete and some major changes are happening at the two companies that have TMUS stock moving.
T-Mobile (TMUS) CEO John Legere is no longer leading the company following its merger with Sprint, but he's still on the Board of Directors.
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.
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The Sprint / T-Mobile merger is able to move forward following a new ruling from a New York court in favor of the transaction.
T-Mobile (TMUS) earnings for the wireless company's fourth quarter of 2019 have TMUS stock on the move after-hours Thursday.
T-Mobile stock has been in limbo since its merger with Sprint was announced. Shares could rise whether or not the deal happens.
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.
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