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Verizon gave a decent performance in the last quarter with a 3.9% growth of the service revenue and also a growth in earnings. Its performance was supported by a robust net addition in broadband and wireless, both translating to the growth of the bottom line. Third parties such as JD Power and RootMetrics continue to recognize Verizon as the best network experience. The company received great momentum on the consecutive front, in the adoption of 5G, with more than 25% of its consumer phone base
Companies: Verizon Communications (VZ:NYSE)Verizon Communications Inc. (VZ:NYS)
Verizon is a typical debt-heavy telecom company that has also kept a high dividend paying policy. The company has a multipurpose network that creates economies of scale and new business models. Its network covers over 20 million households with fixed wireless access solutions by the end of 2021, and T-band will cover millions more. It operates in a typical oligopolistic setup and faces competition from the other two telecom majors, AT&T and T-Mobile. Verizon has strengthened its customer relatio
Verizon has continued with its clear and disciplined strategy based on its multipurpose network that creates economies of scale and new business models. The company appears to have achieved quite a few accomplishments in 2021 particularly on the 5G front and has given rivals, T-Mobile and AT&T a run for their money. Verizon covers over 20 million households with fixed wireless access solutions by the end of 2021, and T-band will cover millions more. The company strengthened its customer relation
The 5G battle in the U.S. saw T-Mobile rise to the forefront, particularly after its acquisition of Sprint. Telecom market leader, Verizon put in immense efforts to catch up and ended up overspending in the auctions as well in order to give the newly merged combination of T-Mobile and Sprint a run for their money. Both these telecom majors are heavy on debt but have ended up giving decent returns to shareholders over time. It would be interesting to carry out a side-by-side financial evaluation
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Verizon delivered a mixed quarterly result with revenues missing expectations but managed to deliver an earnings beat. The company’s top-line continues to be driven by a strong performance in its consumer business which grew by 7.3% as a result of healthy wireless service growth and a robust performance within the fiber optic service unit. It offers a variety of Mix and Match pricing in both wireless and home broadband plans for consumers. With most of its retail stores being fully operational a
Verizon had a stellar quarter and produced an all-around beat with a strong increase in consumer revenue as well as business revenue. The management's strong 5G push has resulted in the company adding as many as 275,000 postpaid phone subscribers, nearly a 100,000 more than the market expectations. The company has spent over $45 billion on the 5G spectrum in 2020 and has a very high level of debt on its balance sheet which might create some market concerns but its recent subscriber is generating
T-Mobile has nearly reached the target price from our previous report after yet another stellar result surpassing Wall Street expectations. The company saw a staggering 75% growth in postpaid revenues with as many as 1.2 million postpaid customer additions during the quarter and its ARPU (average revenue per user) going up 3.3% to $47.3. T-Mobile has consistently maintained its low pricing and its consumer-friendly policies for the past few years and is clearly leading the 5G deployment race ove
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A correct release globally in line with expectations (slight slowdown in revenue growth in Q4 but a slightly better than expected FCF for the full year) but the outlook given by management for 2022/23 is quite cautious (this is the upper range of the guidance which corresponds to our estimates).
We maintain our opinion at Buy. Note, however, the CEO Nick Read is rather under fire after missing opportunities in Italy (Iliad), Spain (Orange-Masmovil merger) and with Vantage.
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BSF Enterprise. Following the successful reverse takeover of 3D Bio-Tissues Limited, a tissue engineering business based in Newcastle, UK, the Company announces admission of the enlarged group to the standard segment of the Official List and initiation of trading on the Main Market under the ticker ' BSFA '. The Admission follows a placing which raised £1.75m at a placing price of 7.37 pence per share.
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Gamma has today issued a Q1 trading update, coinciding with its AGM. The
update confirms that the year has started positively, with revenue growth
across all operating segments. Management expects this positive
momentum to continue throughout the year, with full-year adjusted
EBITDA and adjusted EPS being in the upper half of market estimates. We
have tweaked our FY22 revenue estimate down (£495m to £488m) but left
our earnings figures intact.
Companies: Gamma Communications PLC
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Friday's market sell off saw some violent downward moves in many stocks with little initial differentiation between sectors or the key drivers of businesses, creating significant share price drops in a number of higher quality or uncorrelated names. We take a look at some stocks we believe have either seen an unwarranted sell-off, have seen weakness go under the radar or where there is now a more attractive opportunity.
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The list of the headwinds impacting Nokia’s first quarter is long and it might have seemed reasonable to assume that the financial figures would be soft. However, Nokia delivered a strong beat in all financial metrics for its first quarter report, and we believe it is well set to reach the high-end of its FY22 guidance.
Companies: Nokia Oyj
Apple has reported another strong financial performance with a strong growth in subscriptions. Home and accessories, wearables, Mac, and iPhone, had a particularly strong performance over the past year. With Apple silicon, leaps and bounds have been seen in efficiency and performance. Last month Apple announced another breakthrough with yet another powerful chip for a PC named M1 Ultra. The company has also expanded its iPhone offerings, adding up two very pretty green finishes to the iPhone 13.
Companies: APPLE (AAPL:NYSE)Apple Inc. (AAPL:NAS)