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What to Expect from AT&T’s 3Q17 Earnings

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AT&T: Analysts’ Views and Recommendations

Analysts’ recommendations

As of October 9, 2017, 30 analysts from several brokerage firms have been actively tracking AT&T (T) stock. Nine of them have rated the stock a “buy,” one has rated it a “sell,” and 20 (or 67.0%) have rated it a “hold.”

AT&amp;T: Analysts’ Views and Recommendations

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12-month target price

Analysts’ consensus indicates that AT&T’s 12-month target price is $41.03, which implies a potential return of 7.0% from the closing price of $38.30 on October 9, 2017.

AT&T has generated returns of -1.5% in the trailing 12-month period and 7.6% in the trailing one-month period. Its stock has fallen 2.1% in the trailing five-day period. By comparison, competitors T-Mobile (TMUS), Sprint (S), and Verizon (VZ) have generated returns of 0.07%, -4.8%, and -0.63%, respectively, in the trailing five-day period.

Moving average convergence divergence

As of October 9, 2017, AT&T has an MACD (moving average convergence divergence) of 0.41. T-Mobile’s MACD is -0.33, Verizon’s is 0.51, and Sprint’s is -0.12. A negative MACD level means that a stock is in a downward trading trend, whereas a positive MACD number indicates an upward trading trend.

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