This narrow-moat telecom is making moves in and beyond wireless.
The telecom is well positioned and has room to expand its margins.
We think BT, Vodafone, and Telefonica all look undervalued in the sector.
We see potential for higher revenue growth as operations stabilize.
We believe Comcast will struggle to generate a decent return on its investment.
The merger creates the largest wireless operator in India and should yield cost savings.
Wireless results improved, but AT&T's entertainment struggles continued.
We've upgraded the narrow-moat firm's moat trend to stable from negative.
Regulatory and pension concerns are unfairly punishing the stock.
While we weren't surprised by the ruling against the government, we were surprised there were no conditions attached.
The number 3 and 4 mobile players will try to merge again, but regulatory approval is far from assured.
Media outlets report that the two are once again in discussions to merge, but consummating such a transaction has been fraught with difficulty, and we don't see that changing.
We see value in several firms as consumers migrate away from traditional TV bundles and Europe invests in fiber and 4G.
The narrow-moat firm's faster broadband speeds will enable it to continue to grow its customer base.
The narrow-moat firm is having some success cross-selling wireless service with video, but we don't believe the success justifies the price paid for Direct TV.
We expect continued margin expansion, and have increased our fair value estimate on the narrow-moat firm.
The carrier now has the ability to offer all services on its own network.
We don't think the no-moat telecom can offer a competitive video product profitably.
Undervalued T-Mobile has done a great job over the past four years gaining the majority of new wireless subscribers in the U.S.
We believe shares are slightly undervalued after a solid third quarter as evidence shows merger talks are near.
The company is now set for improving margins and returns on capital.
The narrow-moat company reported unimpressive results, but we think shares are slightly undervalued.
Its increasing scale provides opportunities for future growth.
The narrow-moat company plans to merge its Indian operation with Idea Cellular.
Smart portfolio changes add to the appeal of this undervalued narrow-moat company.
In our view, Brexit will have no effect on cross-border transfers of voice or data.
Despite recent struggles in Latin America, the company looks set for improving margins and returns on capital.
We think Telefonica Brasil is positioned best for success.
Europe leads the way in combining fixed-line and wireless telephony, broadband, and pay TV.
Narrow-moat Millicom's dominant position in Latin America yielded impressive 2014 results despite currency headwinds.
Merging its J:COM stake and offering converged services have been key to KDDI's success.
The carrier has changed its name from France Telecom to better demonstrate the global nature of its business.
We think the market is overly concerned about the competition.
After the upstart firm's grand entrance, the French wireless market is returning to normal, leaving incumbent players France Telecom, Vivendi, and Bouygues with the lion's share of upside.
Analysis of fourth entrants in other markets demonstrates existing operators' ability to adapt.
DoCoMo leads Japan into a 4G wireless world.
Two stocks in particular will benefit from IMF funding.
Wide geographic diversification and solid yield provide this firm with a defensive position.
Volatile currencies add a level of complexity to international investing.
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