In this part, we’ll look at the unit contribution of AT&T’s wireless postpaid subscribers.
Now let’s look at the growth of AT&T’s wireless customers during the quarter. Overall, the telecom company’s wireless postpaid subscribers grew ~2.1%.
In the next two parts, we’ll focus on AT&T’s customer metrics in its overall domestic wireless operations for the quarter.
The rising penetration of AT&T’s Next plan is positively affecting its equipment revenue in its wireless segments.
AT&T’s wireless service revenue continued its YoY declining trend in 3Q15. Meanwhile, wireless equipment revenue continued to increase in 3Q15.
In this series, we’ll look at the performance of AT&T’s (T) overall domestic wireless component in 3Q15. Note that AT&T has divided its operations into four new divisions.
The year-to-date cash flow from operations generated by Western Union was $804 million, whereas its capital expenditures stood at $207 million.
Western Union benefited from hedge gains and cost savings that were offset by rises in technology expense and the negative impact of foreign exchange.
In 3Q15, the consumer-to-consumer segment comprised 80% of Western Union’s overall revenues. The segment’s revenues fell by 3% year-over-year.
On October 29, Western Union released its 3Q15 results with revenues of $1.39 billion, a 3% year-over-year fall compared to $1.44 billion in 3Q14.
GoPro (GPRO) fell behind by $30 million from its guidance of $430–$445 million in 3Q15. The company’s blaming the sale of the Hero4 Session.
GoPro (GPRO) reported a gross margin of 46.6% in 3Q15—compared to $44.3 million in the same quarter the last year on a GAAP basis.
GoPro (GPRO) manufactures action cameras. It announced its 3Q15 results on October 28, 2015. The market reactions remained negative.
F5 Networks has outperformed its peers based on PBV and PS. ETFs have outperformed F5 Networks based on price movement and PE. However, F5 Networks is way ahead of its ETFs based on PBV.
F5 Networks’ (FFIV) year-to-date price movement has been a mixture of ups and downs in 2015. After the 4Q15 earnings report, FFIV rose 0.87% to close at $121.34 per share on October 28, 2015.
Level 3’s 3Q15 revenue was almost in line with Wall Street analysts’ expectations.
Level 3 (LVLT) reported its results for the third quarter on October 28, 2015. In this series, we’ll look at the company’s performance.
Check Point Software (CHKP) has a PE ratio of 22.3 compared to its peers Akamai, which has a PE ratio of 40.7, and Intuit, which has a PE ratio of 52.7.
Out of 34 analysts covering Check Point Software, 22 have a “buy” recommendation, one has a “sell” recommendation, and 11 have a “hold” recommendation.
Check Point Software’s expense margin from operations came in at 49.3% during the quarter compared to 46.7% in 3Q14, an increase of 2.62%.