|Bid||34.40 x 4000|
|Ask||34.42 x 800|
|Day's range||33.53 - 34.79|
|52-week range||17.09 - 44.66|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||1.33|
|PE ratio (TTM)||13.46|
|Earnings date||27 Jul 2020 - 31 Jul 2020|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|Ex-dividend date||12 Dec 2012|
|1y target est||38.26|
Stocks made a comeback in May, as major indexes marched higher on the economy gathering steam, government's stimulus measures and optimism over a potential vaccine for coronavirus.
If last week's headlines suggesting that telecom giant AT&T (NYSE: T) should shed its pay-TV service DirecTV rang familiar, there's a reason. Indeed, the idea that AT&T would be well-advised to sell its struggling satellite TV business has been in the back of a lot of investors' minds for a while now. It hasn't happened yet, of course, but the fact that discussions of it continue to be revived raises several questions, chief among them: What is DirecTV actually worth to AT&T?
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Dish Network (NASDAQ: DISH), the last of the major cable television names to post its most recent quarterly results, fared as poorly as its peers. With millions of TV watchers effectively trapped at home with plenty of time to rethink how and what they watch, the satellite television company shed another 413,000 video customers.
Dish (DISH) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of -77.19% and 2.41%, respectively, for the quarter ended March 2020. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
Dish Network shares were down 0.66% in pre-market trading. The company is re-positioning itself as a wireless carrier to stem the losses in its Pay TV business as consumers move to online streaming platforms and cut cable services during nationwide furloughs and layoffs due to nationwide shutdowns to stop the spread of the coronavirus. Dish's pay TV unit, which includes its Sling TV streaming service, lost net 413,000 subscribers compared with a net loss of 259,000 subscribers a year earlier.
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Dish said in a statement that the deal with Mavenir, a Texas-based mobile network software provider, will help it build its network through low-cost solutions that are less-reliant on cell towers and radio base stations. Dish has said building a 5G network from the ground up through open-source technology gives the company a cheaper alternative and the flexibility to work with multiple vendors. Dish, which originally opposed the merger of T-Mobile US Inc. and Sprint, made a deal with the Department of Justice to extend its network deployment deadlines to become the No. 4 U.S. wireless provider.
"The pandemic has forced us to take a closer look at every aspect of our business, at our work volumes, our areas of focus and investments, and the performance of our team members," Chief Executive Officer Erik Carlson told employees in an internal memo, which was seen by Reuters late Sunday. Dish has struggled to retain pay-TV subscribers as it repositions itself as a wireless phone carrier, as customers are shifting to online streaming services including those from Netflix Inc and Walt Disney Co. The company stands to benefit from the merger of T-Mobile US Inc and Sprint Corp, as the combined wireless company is expected to sell off certain assets to Dish making it the fourth-largest provider in the U.S. wireless space.
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Dish has struggled to retain pay-TV subscribers as it repositions itself as a wireless phone carrier, because customers are shifting to online streaming services including those from Netflix Inc <NFLX.O>, Walt Disney Co <DIS.N> and Apple Inc <AAPL.O>. Dish's pay-TV business, which includes satellite TV and streaming service Sling TV, lost a net 194,000 subscribers in the fourth quarter, fewer than the 334,000 lost a year earlier.
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