Sprint at Deutsche Bank Media, Internet and Telecom Conference
With revenue and adjusted EBITDA rising and losses narrowing, Sprint (S) is starting to gain traction in its turnaround efforts.
During the Deutsche Bank Media, Internet and Telecom Conference on March 8, 2017, John Stephens, AT&T’s chief financial officer, talked about the company’s guidance for 2017.
US steel prices and order books for customers are the major revenue drivers for Cliffs Natural Resources’s (CLF) US division.
Wall Street analysts covering Vale are projecting sales of $33.5 billion for 2017, implying a revenue rise of 22% year-over-year.
Rio Tinto’s (RIO) EBITDA projection is $17.9 billion for 2017. Analysts have changed their earnings projections several times during the last year.
BHP Billiton (BHP) has seen an upward revision of 32% in revenues and 83% in EBITDA in the past six months.
China (FXI) produced 808.4 million tons of steel in 2016. It produced 68.9 million tons of steel products in December 2016.
According to the median compiled by Bloomberg on February 13, 2017, iron ore prices could drop in every quarter in 2017 to an average of $55 per ton in 4Q17.
Iron ore miners had an unexpectedly good year in 2016, and 2017 is turning out to be even better. Vale SA (VALE) is leading the miners with a year-to-date gain of 30% through March 14, 2017.
T-Mobile keeps surprising the wireless telecommunications industry with its unique service plans. Instead of initiating a price war among its peers, it has surprised its customers with additional benefits.
According to Wall Street analysts, many US utilities are expected to have dull upsides for the next year.
During the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media & Telecom Conference held on February 28, 2017, Verizon’s chief financial officer talked about the company’s Wireless segment.
Verizon has guided its 2017 total revenue to be “fairly consistent with that of 2016” on an organic basis, which uses a normalized base of $125.0 billion.
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Sprint’s (S) strong fiscal 3Q16 (ended December 2016) results highlight that the company’s turnaround strategy appears to be on track.
According to Wall Street analysts, NRG Energy’s (NRG) price target for the next year is $18.46.
In the last few quarters, AT&T (T) has managed to either meet or beat analysts’ EPS (earnings per share) estimates.
Verizon (VZ) reported mixed 4Q16 results, driven by lackluster wireless margins that are expected to continue.