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American Tower Corporation (AMT)

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194.12-7.48 (-3.71%)
As of 03:20PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous close201.60
Bid194.55 x 1100
Ask194.68 x 800
Day's range193.69 - 201.03
52-week range193.69 - 294.40
Avg. volume1,562,392
Market cap90.379B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.56
PE ratio (TTM)31.98
EPS (TTM)6.07
Earnings date26 Oct 2022 - 31 Oct 2022
Forward dividend & yield5.88 (2.75%)
Ex-dividend date07 Oct 2022
1y target est295.28
  • Reuters

    American Tower, Cellnex mull offer for stake in Vodafone's Vantage Towers - Bloomberg News

    Some of the interested parties may decide to form consortiums and other suitors could also emerge, the report said, adding Vodafone expects bids to be made as soon as next week and may announce a new partner for Vantage next month. Vodafone, which listed Vantage Towers AG in Frankfurt in March 2021 and still owns 81% of the business, has been reluctant to engage in talks with financial investors as it seeks to clinch an industry merger for the company, Reuters had reported in March.

  • Bloomberg

    American Tower Weighs Offer for Stake in Vodafone Towers Unit

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