AT&T Inc. (T) is currently at $26.74, down $0.13 or 0.5%

 

-- Would be lowest close since Aug. 30, 2010, when it closed at $26.63

-- Currently down nine consecutive days; down 7.14% over this period

-- On Monday, AT&T Inc. Chief Executive John Stankey said the coronavirus pandemic showed that internet providers no longer act as gatekeepers for online content, with most cable and fiber networks performing well under the crush of Americans working and studying remotely this year. But the CEO said tech giants like Amazon.com Inc. and Apple Inc. should be scrutinized for their power to restrict the kinds of apps and services allowed on their platforms

-- Longest losing streak since Jan. 15, 2010, when it fell for nine straight trading days

-- Worst nine day stretch since the nine days ending June 22, 2020, when it fell 7.69%

-- Down 6.19% month-to-date

-- Down 31.56% year-to-date; on pace for worst year on record (Based on available data back to Nov. 21, 1983)

-- Down 54.81% from its all-time closing high of $59.19 on July 16, 1999

-- Down 29.93% from 52 weeks ago (Oct. 22, 2019), when it closed at $38.17

-- Down 32.51% from its 52 week closing high of $39.63 on Nov. 18, 2019

-- Would be a new 52 week closing low

-- Traded as low as $26.73; lowest intraday level since March 23, 2020, when it hit $26.08

-- Down 0.56% at today's intraday low

-- Seventh most active stock in the S&P 500 today

 

All data as of 11:28:56 AM

 

Source: Dow Jones Market Data, FactSet

 

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

October 20, 2020 11:53 ET (15:53 GMT)

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