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Telecoms Edge Up, FCC Says 'Effective Competition' Exists in US Wireless Market — Telecoms Roundup – Fox Business

Shares of telecommunications companies rose slightly as traders rotated into cyclical sectors. For the first time since 2009, the Federal Communications Commission concluded there is “effective competition” in the U.S. wireless market. Starting in 2010, after years of major consolidation among wireless carriers, the FCC had declined to say in its annual review whether it believed the industry was competitive. ... Read More »

The New Apple Watch Might Hurt Telecoms – Nasdaq

Shutterstock photo (San Francisco) While all the attention is going to the new iPhone due to debut tomorrow, a much less hyped product may start a dramatic change in the industry. The new Apple Watch coming out is likely to use an emerging technology, called an eSIM, which allows it to use the internet without a connection to a phone. ... Read More »

New telecoms code turns landowners off mast agreements – FarmersWeekly

[unable to retrieve full-text content] FarmersWeekly New telecoms code turns landowners off mast agreementsFarmersWeeklyFarmers and landowners across the country are pulling out of telecoms agreements because of concerns over a tightening of communications legislation. Strutt & Parker's telecoms expert, Robert Paul, said that the new Electronic Communications Code, …and more » Source link Read More »

'Telecoms Contribution to GDP Will Take Nigeria Out of Recession' – THISDAY Newspapers

By Emma Okonji Senior Economist in charge of Africa and the Middle East, for Bloomberg Intelligence, Mr. Mark Bohlund, has predicted that telecommunications’ contribution to Nigeria’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) could expand the country’s economy and completely move it out of recession. Bohlund, who made the disclosure in a recent report on Nigeria economy released by Bloomberg, said his prediction ... Read More »

Utilities Top Telecoms, NextEra Tops Verizon – Barron's

Morgan Stanley After the utilities’ extended run, investors looking to play defense are asking if they should rotate into telecoms. Our analyst, strategy and quant teams have collaborated on a deep dive into the groups’ fundamentals and valuations. We reiterate our preference for utilities and see more upside in NextEra EnergyNEE -0.8227975115392334%NextEra Energy Inc.U.S.: NYSEUSD148.26 -1.23-0.8227975115392334% /Date(1504904566994-0500)/ Volume (Delayed 15m) ... Read More »

Sprint and SoftBank Back New Blockchain Consortium for Telecoms … – CoinDesk

A group of telecommunications carriers has launched a new blockchain consortium. Some of the notable firms involved include US-based carrier Sprint, Japanese telecom giant SoftBank, and FarEasTone, one of Taiwan’s largest. The effort, dubbed the Carrier Blockchain Study Group, seems to have grown out of a collaboration announced between the companies in February. At the time, Sprint and others revealed ... Read More »

How a New Apple Watch May Threaten the Telecoms – Barron's

The telecommunications market may soon be up-ended once again by the Apple Effect. A decade ago, AppleAAPL -1.6309066104427632%Apple Inc.U.S.: NasdaqUSD158.63 -2.63-1.6309066104427632% /Date(1504904400420-0500)/ Volume (Delayed 15m) : 25357631AFTER HOURSUSD158.59 -0.04-0.025215911239992436% Volume (Delayed 15m) : 3253904 P/E Ratio 18.026136363636365Market Cap 832944643316.008 Dividend Yield 1.5886024081195234% Rev. per Employee 1920430More quote details and news » transformed the terms of the wireless phone business with ... Read More »

Sprint and SoftBank Back New Blockchain Consortium for Telecoms – CoinDesk

A group of telecommunications carriers has launched a new blockchain consortium. Some of the notable firms involved include US-based carrier Sprint, Japanese telecom giant SoftBank, and FarEasTone, one of Taiwan’s largest. The effort, dubbed the Carrier Blockchain Study Group, seems to have grown out of a collaboration announced between the companies in February. At the time, Sprint and others revealed ... Read More »