T Jul 2023 25.000 put

OPR - OPR Delayed price. Currency in USD
0.00 (0.00%)
As of 01:56PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous close5.13
Expiry date2023-07-21
Day's range5.13 - 5.13
Contract rangeN/A
Open interest16
  • Motley Fool

    If You Invested $1,000 in Verizon in 2014, This Is How Much You Would Have Today

    Verizon (NYSE: VZ) is often considered a stable investment for conservative income investors. If you had invested $1,000 in Verizon on Feb. 21, 2014 -- the fateful day it took full control of Verizon Wireless by buying out Vodafone's (NASDAQ: VOD) 45% stake in the joint venture for a staggering $130 billion -- your investment would be worth roughly $740 today. Let's see why Verizon underperformed the market by such a wide margin -- and whether it will ever recover.

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  • Motley Fool

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    Investors who watch AT&T (NYSE: T) closely know that it has spent the last two years atoning for a costly mistake. Despite the 47% cut, the payout has brought consternation instead of relief -- so much so that AT&T might want to eliminate the dividend completely. The focus on the dividend might come as a surprise, since after 35 years of consecutive increases, AT&T slashed the annual dividend from $2.08 per share to $1.11 per share.

  • Motley Fool

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  • Reuters

    AT&T's DirecTV signs deal to offer NFL Sunday Ticket games to bars and casinos

    The satellite television provider, which had the rights to Sunday Ticket until the end of the 2022 season, said the agreement is set to begin with the upcoming 2023 NFL season. The company has partnered with EverPass Media, backed by equity firm RedBird Capital Partners and NFL, for the deal. Sunday Ticket allows subscribers to watch all local and out-of-market U.S. games of the day, while football fans otherwise in any given market can only watch a limited number of games.

  • Motley Fool

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  • Zacks

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    The tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite -- which tracks almost all stocks on the Nasdaq stock exchange -- is up over 21% year to date. If you're a long-term investor interested in tech stocks that you can comfortably hold in your portfolio for the next decade, look no further. It's been a well-documented regrettable past decade for AT&T (NYSE: T), with the stock down over 40%.

  • Motley Fool

    AT&T Just Supercharged Its Fiber Business

    Telecom giant AT&T (NYSE: T) is best known today as a leading wireless provider in the United States, but it's also investing heavily in fiber internet. To expand it, a provider must start by laying down fiber in neighborhoods and near businesses -- a capital-intensive endeavor -- and then hope that enough customers sign up for the service to make its investments worthwhile. Right now, AT&T's fiber network reaches 19.7 million homes and 3 million business locations, but only a fraction of those potential customers have signed up.

  • Bloomberg

    AT&T to Reduce Office Locations, Call Managers Back to Office

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  • Zacks

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  • Motley Fool

    2 Stocks to Buy and Hold for the Next Decade

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  • Motley Fool

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    Raise your hand if you've heard that telecom giant AT&T (NYSE: T) stock has been cheap before. Most know about the company's 6.5% dividend, giving shareholders a solid floor for investment returns. Can AT&T's business muster the growth to move the share price in the right direction?

  • Motley Fool

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    After a disappointing first quarter, investors should have less confidence in AT&T's free cash flow outlook.

  • Motley Fool

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