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T-Mobile and Sprint are said to be working to salvage their merger talks, the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday
Wall Street set for another record run Wednesday at the global bull market in stocks roars on.
U.S. stock futures are solidly higher on Wednesday, as investors prepare for an announcement from the Federal Reserve on interest rates and earnings from Facebook.
Sprint is said to be to be considering walking away from the negotiation table with T-Mobile for the second time in three years.
The week began with a stretch of new records before turning lower at the midway mark. Here's where markets ended.
Here's where stocks were at the close of regular trading on Friday.
Here's where stocks are trading at midday on Friday.
A deal is expected by the end of October.
Here's where stocks are trading on Friday morning.
Stock futures are lower. Here's where stocks are trading ahead of the market open on Friday.
Here's where U.S. markets ended Tuesday's session.
Here's where U.S. markets were trading midway through Tuesday.
Stocks made small gains by midday Tuesday.
Any potential deal between the two companies now is still weeks away.
Telecommunications stocks were the best performers in markets Tuesday, Sept. 19, as reports of deal talks between T-Mobile US Inc. and Sprint Corp. triggered a rally.
Deutsche Telekom shares spike on renewed Sprint/T-Mobile merger talk
Stocks waver in undecided morning. Here's where stocks are trading at the market open on Tuesday.
Telcomms are the best performing sector in Europe Thursday
Deutsche Telekom shares traded sharply lower Tuesday following reports that Sprint may push back its merger talks with T-Mobile U.S.
Sprint may push back its merger talks with T-Mobile until later this summer.
Markets pulled back from recent highs in Europe as investors fixated on a return of inflation and the IPO of Snap on the NYSE.
Deutsche Telekom posted solid domestic earnings growth Thursday but a writedown of its stake in Britain's BT offset improvements in its U.S. T-Mobile unit.
European stocks edged higher in early Thursday trading but gains were limited ahead of key Eurozone inflation data and disappointing earnings from some of the region's biggest companies.
M&A continued as a key influence for European stocks while politics also returned to the fore as polls narrowed in favor of Le Pen
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