Telefónica SA (TEF)

8.30
0.12 1.43
NYSE : Communications
Prev Close 8.42
Open 8.32
Day Low/High 8.30 / 8.34
52 Wk Low/High 7.70 / 9.11
Volume 2.59M
Avg Volume 2.23M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 5.19B
Market Cap 43.83B
EPS 0.70
Div & Yield 0.39 (4.57%)

Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap: Stellar Commodity Stocks

Cramer advises investors to stick with what is working in ag, gold and natural gas.

Cramer's 'Mad Money Lightning Round': Chesapeake Energy Worth a Peek

The oil and natural gas company is a buy, Cramer says.

Wireless Price War May Spell Trouble for Telecom

Cheaper plans might be good for the consumer, but stock prices could suffer.

Fundamental Indexing Gets Top Marks

Fundamental Indexing Gets Top Marks

Four ETFs from WisdomTree that reached their one-year anniversary last month earned TheStreet.com Ratings' highest letter grade.

10 Top-Yielding China Stocks

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These stocks' nice dividends help cushion investor risk.

iPhone Heads to Germany

Apple enlists Deutsche Telekom's T-Mobile to sell the red-hot device.

Apple Doubles Down on iPhone

It will make 2.7 million phones next quarter -- up 80% from previous plans, sources say.

Apple Sets U.K. iPhone Launch

The phone will be sold for use with the wireless carrier O2 starting Nov. 9.

Apple Jumps on iPhone Talk

The red-hot phone could soon be on sale in Europe.

Apple's iPhone Moves Abroad

The company reportedly has secured a wireless carrier to take the hot device to Europe.

China's Fixed-Line Fix

China's Fixed-Line Fix

As China Telecom and China Netcom try to land mobile licenses, the top player steps on the gas.

Aim at Spain's Gains

Strong economic growth and low rates should help propel this country ETF.

Europe's M&A Star Rising

BASF's hostile bid could be the first of many overtures.

Wireless Facilities Learns a Hard Lesson

The tech outsourcer discovers continually missing guidance won't please the Street.

Telefonica to Buy U.K.'s O2

The deal is valued at $31.4 billion.

Funny Money: Telecom Mating Rituals

Telefonica puts the moves on KPN. Plus, Americans stop buying SUVs while Microsoft secures itself.

Report: Telefonica Makes Overtures to KPN

The Spanish telco is trying to open talks to buy the Dutch firm, according to a news report.

'RealMoney' Radio Recap: Go With the Gurus

Filling in for Cramer, Aaron Task says it's not a bad time to listen to what Wall Street's saying.

Telefonica Looks Weak From Many Sides

Telefonica Looks Weak From Many Sides

Credit spreads, euro prospects and acquisitions make for a bearish outlook.

Telefonica Looks Weak From Many Sides

Credit spreads, euro prospects and acquisitions make for a bearish outlook.

Too Much Risk at America Movil

Positives have been factored into the Latin American wireless powerhouse; negatives have not.

Play Defense With Chilean Telecom

This telecom offers a healthy dividend and throws off a ton of cash.

Green-Eyed Monster Spies a Stock

Terra Networks' position in the access and portal business makes it attractive here.

SBC, BellSouth Raising Scratch

SBC, BellSouth Raising Scratch

The companies are selling debt and assets to finance Cingular's buyout of AT&T Wireless.

The Five Dumbest Things on Wall Street This Week

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Seagram's shots; black and white all over; hi mom; Tyco you don't; moral Terra Lycos firma.

Shrugging Off RF Micro's Bad News

European cell-phone companies can still get easy financing.

The Night Watch: After a Wild Week, the Market Takes a Rest

The Night Watch: After a Wild Week, the Market Takes a Rest

Volume is light as investors drift off for the weekend.

The New World Order

While tech plumbs the depths, autos, pharmas, tobacco and minerals still should outperform.

The Daily Interview: Morgan Stanley Dean Witter's Graham Secker

The Daily Interview: Morgan Stanley Dean Witter's Graham Secker

With the U.S. in the soup, is it time to look to Europe?

TheStreet Quant Rating: B- (Buy)