Verizon Communications Inc. (VZ) Closes 0.19% Up on the Day for February 11

Equities Staff  |

Shares of Verizon Communications Inc. (VZ) ended the trading day Monday at $54.05, representing a move of 0.19%, or $0.1 per share, on volume of 9.43 million shares.

Verizon is now primarily a wireless business (70% of revenue and nearly all of operating income). The firm serves about 88 million postpaid and 5 million prepaid phone customers and connects another 23 million data devices, like tablets, via its nationwide network, making it the largest U.S. wireless carrier. Fixed-line telecom operations include local networks in the northeast and mid-Atlantic that reach about 25 million homes and businesses (12% of revenue) and nationwide enterprise services (10%). Recent investments, including fiber network construction, have supported the wireless business in addition to expanding traditional fixed-line capabilities. Oath, the online media and advertising firm formed with the acquisitions of AOL and Yahoo, provides the remainder of revenue.

After opening the trading day at $54.13, shares of Verizon Communications Inc. traded between a range of $53.86 and $54.37. Verizon Communications Inc. currently has a total float of 4.13 billion shares and on average sees 16.98 million shares exchange hands each day.

The stock now has a 50-day SMA of $56.31 and 200-day SMA of $52.48, and it has a high of $61.58 and low of $46.09 over the last year. Its P/E ratio is 14.3 and its P/B ratio is 4.09.

Verizon Communications Inc. is based out of New York, NY, and has 152,300 employees. The company’s CEO is Hans Erik Vestberg.

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