CHTR - Charter Communications, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real-time price. Currency in USD
312.54
-3.10 (-0.98%)
At close: 4:00PM EST
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Previous close315.64
Open319.57
Bid315.68 x 900
Ask321.22 x 800
Day's range310.07 - 320.96
52-week range250.10 - 396.64
Volume944,033
Avg. volume1,386,310
Market cap81.433B
Beta (3Y monthly)1.22
PE ratio (TTM)8.03
EPS (TTM)38.93
Earnings date31 Jan 2019 - 4 Feb 2019
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est376.40
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • Simply Wall St.19 hours ago

    Estimating The Intrinsic Value Of Charter Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ:CHTR)

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  • How Charter’s Strategy Differs From Other Cable Companies
    Motley Fool4 days ago

    How Charter’s Strategy Differs From Other Cable Companies

    The company is focused on being a pure play in connected cable service (for now, anyway).

  • How Verizon Is Trying to Consolidate Its Subscriber Base
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    How Verizon Is Trying to Consolidate Its Subscriber Base

    Verizon (VZ) recently introduced a service called MyNumbers, which allows its wireless customers to work with up to five phone numbers on a single handset, making it easy for people to have separate numbers for personal, business, and other uses without having to carry around multiple phones. Although MyNumbers mostly sees Verizon catching up to the competition because T-Mobile (TMUS) and AT&T (T) have already launched their variants of the service, it could help Verizon boost its customer retention. Under Verizon’s MyNumbers service, each added line is charged at $15 per month, which looks cheaper than buying a separate device for each use even for those customers who upgrade their handsets regularly.

  • How Verizon’s 5G Home Service Is Coming Along
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  • How Comcast and Charter Are Faring in the Mobile Market
    Market Realist6 days ago

    How Comcast and Charter Are Faring in the Mobile Market

    Comcast (CMCSA) and Charter Communications (CHTR) have diversified into the wireless market, selling mobile services using Verizon’s (VZ) 4G LTE (long-term evolution) network. The arrangement with Verizon restricts Comcast and Charter to selling mobile services in their footprints.

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  • What Analysts Expect for Frontier Stock
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    What Analysts Expect for Frontier Stock

    Of the 14 Reuters-surveyed analysts covering Frontier Communications (FTR) stock on November 29, only 7% recommended “buy,” while 43% recommended “hold” and 50% recommended “sell.” Frontier stock has fallen ~56.4% in the last 12 months and ~45.7% year-to-date. Based on the stock’s November 29 price of $3.67, analysts’ target price of $5.16 implies they expect the stock to rise ~40.6% over the next 12 months. The target price has fallen from $6.37 a month ago.

  • How Charter Communications’ Valuation Is Trending
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    How Charter Communications’ Valuation Is Trending

    As of November 28, Verizon (VZ) was the largest US telecom company by market capitalization at $248.2 billion, followed by AT&T (T) at $223.7 billion. Meanwhile, Charter Communications (CHTR) had a market capitalization of $75.2 billion, as showcased in the chart below.

  • How New Digital Officer Could Help Boost Dish Network
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    How New Digital Officer Could Help Boost Dish Network

    On November 28, Dish Network (DISH) appointed Suma Nallapati as the new senior vice president and chief digital officer. Nallapati will report to the company’s chief information officer, Atilla Tinic. Nallapati will join the company in mid-January. Nallapati is expected to ensure that Dish Network is well-positioned with the application delivery and digital strategy implementation. Nallapati is expected to overlook sales, e-commerce, customer and partner management, billing and other various operational support systems, and help the company to perform better.

  • Why Charter Communications’ Video Customer Base Is Shrinking
    Market Realist9 days ago

    Why Charter Communications’ Video Customer Base Is Shrinking

    Charter Communications (CHTR), the second-largest cable operator in the United States, continued to lose video customers in the third quarter. The company lost a net 66,000 residential video customers in the third quarter as compared to 104,000 net losses in the year-ago quarter. Charter’s residential video customers declined by ~1.6% YoY to reach 16.1 million at the end of September 30. This reduction in residential video subscribers is due to intense competition from low-cost over-the-top (or OTT) video streaming players.

  • Why Frontier Communications’ Broadband Customer Base Is Shrinking
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    Why Frontier Communications’ Broadband Customer Base Is Shrinking

    In the third quarter, Frontier Communications’ (FTR) customer losses continued as it shed broadband customers. In the third quarter, Frontier lost net 61,000 broadband customers compared to a net loss of 63,000 in the previous year’s quarter and a net loss of 32,000 in the previous quarter. Frontier’s number of broadband customers had fallen ~5.0% year-over-year to 3.8 million as of September 30.

  • Why Frontier Communications Is Losing Its Video Customers
    Market Realist12 days ago

    Why Frontier Communications Is Losing Its Video Customers

    In the third quarter, Frontier Communications’ (FTR) customer losses continued as it shed video customers. Frontier lost net 37,000 total video customers in the third quarter, including 8,000 DISH customers. However, the company lost net 36,000 total video customers in the previous year’s quarter, including 10,000 DISH customers.

  • Are Frontier’s Cost-Cutting Initiatives Reaping Rewards?
    Market Realist12 days ago

    Are Frontier’s Cost-Cutting Initiatives Reaping Rewards?

    Frontier Communications (FTR) has been focusing on cost savings in order to boost its adjusted EBITDA. The company is targeting a $500 million run-rate EBITDA benefit by the end of 2020 in its next phase of transformation initiatives. Frontier is undertaking revenue enhancement initiatives to boost consumer and commercial revenues, which should benefit its EBITDA by $150 million–$200 million.

  • Examining the Change in Frontier Communications’ Capex Trend
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    Examining the Change in Frontier Communications’ Capex Trend

    Frontier Communications (FTR) has been continuously spending on capex to improve its network. In the third quarter, Frontier spent $329 million on capex, with ~75% of its capital spending focused on productivity-enhancing and revenue-generating projects. In order to compete with leading US cable operators such as Comcast (CMCSA) and Charter Communications (CHTR), which have witnessed the maximum broadband net customer additions compared to other companies, Frontier Communications will have to focus on speed superiority.

  • Frontier Communications Issues Updated Guidance for 2018
    Market Realist13 days ago

    Frontier Communications Issues Updated Guidance for 2018

    Following its disappointing third-quarter earnings results, Frontier Communications (FTR) lowered its guidance for adjusted EBITDA and adjusted FCF (free cash flow) in 2018. Frontier now expects its adjusted FCF to reach $625 million in 2018, down from the $800 million it expected earlier. The company now expects its adjusted EBITDA to reach $3.55 billion in 2018, down from the $3.6 billion it projected earlier. The company expects its capex to be in the range of $1.15 billion–$1.2 billion.

  • What Are the Risks for Dish and AT&T in the HBO Standoff?
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    What Are the Risks for Dish and AT&T in the HBO Standoff?

    Dish Network (DISH) and HBO are engaged in a bitter carriage negotiation dispute that has resulted in HBO channels going dark on Dish’s platforms. The HBO blackout has affected as many as 2.5 million Dish customers, including those on the company’s Internet-based SlingTV service.

  • Why Are Comcast and the American Cable Association at Odds?
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    Why Are Comcast and the American Cable Association at Odds?

    Earlier this month, the (American Cable Association) asked the government to investigate Comcast’s (CMCSA) business practices.

  • Here’s How Comcast Intends to Run Sky
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    Here’s How Comcast Intends to Run Sky

    Comcast (CMCSA) would prefer to let the Sky team run its business, Comcast CEO Brian Roberts suggested in a recent interview with Bloomberg. The reason Comcast wants to take a hands-off approach to managing Sky is that it believes that the Sky team better understands the markets in which Sky operates.

  • Inside Sirius XM’s Capital Return Program
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    Inside Sirius XM’s Capital Return Program

    Sirius XM (SIRI) returns value to its shareholders through a combination of share repurchases and dividend distribution.

  • Will CBS Achieve Its 2018 Outlook?
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    In February, before its boardroom power struggles deepened and its CEO, Les Moonves, stepped down, CBS Corporation (CBS) issued a strong 2018 outlook.

  • Why Is Charter (CHTR) Down 1.7% Since Last Earnings Report?
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    Why Is Charter (CHTR) Down 1.7% Since Last Earnings Report?

    Charter (CHTR) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.

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  • How Verizon Is Gaining Fios Internet Customers
    Market Realist23 days ago

    How Verizon Is Gaining Fios Internet Customers

    Verizon (VZ) is managing the challenges of the pay-TV market by focusing on its Fios Internet offering in the wireline component. In the third quarter, Verizon added 54,000 Fios Internet customers as compared to 66,000 net additions in the year-ago quarter. However, the net gains in Fios Internet connections were partially offset by 52,000 net declines in high-speed Internet connections. As a result, total net broadband connections for Verizon increased by 2,000 in the third quarter.

  • Why AT&T’s DIRECTV NOW Customer Net Additions Slowed Down
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    Why AT&T’s DIRECTV NOW Customer Net Additions Slowed Down

    AT&T’s (T) DIRECTV NOW is a video streaming service that delivers content directly to consumers over the Internet as a substitute for traditional satellite or cable connections. In the third quarter, the telecom company added 49,000 customers to its DIRECTV NOW video streaming service, down from 296,000 DIRECTV NOW net customer additions in the third quarter of 2017.

  • Why AT&T Is Facing a Decline in Its US Pay-TV Customer Base
    Market Realist28 days ago

    Why AT&T Is Facing a Decline in Its US Pay-TV Customer Base

    Like other pay-TV service operators, AT&T (T) is facing a decline in its US pay-TV subscriber base due to cord-cutting. In the third quarter, AT&T lost 346,000 traditional US pay-TV customers. This number includes 359,000 satellite TV customer losses and 13,000 U-verse TV customer gains. In addition, Comcast (CMCSA) and Charter Communications (CHTR) had lost 95,000 and 66,000 residential video customers, respectively. This reduction in the traditional pay-TV customer base is mostly driven by rapid growth in the over-the-top (or OTT) video viewing trends.