NEW YORK (AVAFIN) -- Financial institutions traded 72 block trades on shares of AT&T. Further analysis
into the trading activity revealed that 1,437,766 shares were bought and
604,589 shares were sold. The bought/sold ratio for shares of T is 2.38,
representing a positive net cash flow of $26,245,500 into the stock.
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Institutional traders also took positions in options where a total of 2,342,697 contracts
was traded. The put/call ratio equaled 0.03 with 68,838 put and 2,273,859 call contracts
AT&T Mobility and Verizon Wireless stand head and shoulders above the rest of the U.S. wireless industry. Unlike Verizon, AT&T owns all of its wireless subsidiary. Wireless should generate strong profits and differentiate the firm from the cable companies as consumers migrate to wireless services.
Additionaly, The customer base for AT&T's high-speed Internet service is the largest of any provider in the U.S., and around half of the firm's residential phone customers subscribe to the service. These customers are more likely to remain loyal than those who don't subscribe.
The last trading session witnessed a low of $31.38 and high of $31.66 during the day. Shares of AT&T
gained $0.14 (+0.45%) to $31.57. The current trading volume of 26M is less
than average volume of 28M shares. The stock's 52 week low is $27.29 and 52 week high is $31.97. Within the last week, the shares have lost -0.22% of their value.