Charter beat expectations
Charter Communications (CHTR) stock reacted positively to the company’s second-quarter earnings report on July 31, rising ~3.6%. The company again delivered a strong quarter, beating Wall Street’s expectations for both earnings and revenues. Its earnings beat the consensus Wall Street estimate by ~15%, with EPS rising ~121.2% YoY (year-over-year) to $1.15.
Charter’s revenues beat the consensus Wall Street estimate by ~0.5% in the second quarter. Its revenue increased ~4.8% YoY on a pro forma basis to $10.9 billion.
Charter lost 73,000 residential video customers in the second quarter, which was lower than analysts’ estimate of 108,000 losses. It gained 218,000 residential Internet customers, which helped raise its Internet component sales ~7.3% YoY to $3.8 billion.
By comparison, Comcast (CMCSA), the biggest US cable company, posted second-quarter revenue growth of ~2.1% YoY at $21.7 billion. Frontier Communications’ (FTR) revenue fell ~6.2% YoY to $2.2 billion, and AT&T’s (T) fell ~2.1% YoY to $39 billion.
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