AT&T

Among the 29 analysts covering AT&T (T), 14 recommended a “buy,” 13 recommended a “hold,” and two recommended a “sell.” Analysts have set a mean target price of $33.50 on the stock, which implies a potential return of 3.4% based on its closing price of $32.41 on June 19.

T-Mobile

Among the 21 analysts covering T-Mobile (TMUS), 18 recommended a “buy,” while three recommended a “hold.” None of the analysts recommended a “sell.” Analysts have set a mean target price of $83.00 on the stock, which implies a potential return of 6.0% based on its closing price of $78.28 on June 19.

Sprint

Among the 19 analysts covering Sprint (S), two recommended a “buy,” 14 recommended a “hold,” and three recommended a “sell.” Analysts have set a mean target price of $6.27 on the stock, which implies a potential return of -15.8% based on its closing price of $7.45 on June 19.

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