Ticker: T

AT&T

$28.05

(-0.55%)

Since 2019

Price: $

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With $163 billion in annual sales, this telecom giant was recently crowned "world's biggest."

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Historical performances

Last 12 months

-3.26%

Last 3 years

-5.97%

Last 5 years

3.23%

Last 10 years

6.91%

Last 15 years

6.93%

Since inception

6.93%

Dividend Yield

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6.88%

Expense Ratio

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0.0%

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CNBC

about 6 hours ago

WarnerMedia replaces CEO with Hulu cofounder Jason Kilar

AT&T is replacing WarnerMedia CEO John Stankey with Hulu CEO Jason Kilar, the company announced Wednesday.

24/7 Wall Street

12 days ago

AT&T Just Lost Its Largest Stock Buyer

The world is turning upside for just about everyone. The coronavirus is wrecking the economy, millions of jobs are either at-risk or have been vaporized, and even the strongest companies in America are facing a major crunch and their response is to now preserve operating capital by almost any means necessary.

CNBC

about 2 hours ago

AT&T president says consumer behavior will be fundamentally changed from coronavirus

"We're going to return to a different economic environment. We're going to return to different business models," AT&T President and COO John Stankey told CNBC.

CNBC

about 6 hours ago

Media networks have paid billions for sports they won't receive this year — but the fighting for refunds hasn't started yet

Media networks have paid billions for live sports that they aren't going to broadcast this year. But nobody's pressing the issue yet, as the cable industry is focused on survival.

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AT&T logo

Invest in AT&T on Stash

With $163 billion in annual sales, this telecom giant was recently crowned "world's biggest."

Thanks to

fractional shares

Tooltip

, you can buy any dollar amount of AT&T stock, or any other fund or stock you know on Stash.

Add a custom amount.

Disclaimer: Any investment you’ve selected here, which may be available to Stash customers on the Stash platform, is intended to be used for informational purposes only, should not be relied upon as the sole basis for making any investment decision, and is not intended to be a recommendation or advice by Stash that is based on your investment time horizon and/or risk tolerance. Investors who become Stash customers are offered investment advice and recommendations through various digital features such as Stash Coach based on what they tell us about their time horizon and risk tolerance.

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