Highlights from Zacks analyst blog: Alphabet, AT&T, Charles Schwab Corp, General Electric and American International Group


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Chicago, IL – November 26, 2021 – Zacks.com announces the list of stocks featured on the Analysts Blog. Every day, Zacks Equity Research analysts discuss the latest news and events impacting stocks and financial markets. Stocks recently featured in the blog include: Alphabet Inc. GOOGL, AT&T Inc. T and The Charles Schwab Corporation SCHW, General Electric Company GE and American International Group, Inc. AIG.

Here are highlights from Wednesday’s analyst blog:

Best Research Reports for Alphabet, AT&T and Charles Schwab

Zacks Research Daily features the best research results from our team of analysts. Today’s Research Daily features new research reports on 16 major stocks, including Alphabet, AT&T and The Charles Schwab Corp. These research reports were handpicked from the roughly 70 reports released by our team of analysts today.

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Actions of Alphabet outperformed the S&P 500 over the past year (+ 65.3% vs. + 31.9%). The Zacks analyst believes that Alphabet’s focus on innovation, strategic acquisitions and the Android operating system should continue to generate strong cash flow.

Alphabet’s strong cloud division also contributed to substantial revenue growth. The expansion of data centers is expected to continue to strengthen its presence in the cloud space. Google’s mobile search is gaining momentum. The focus on innovation in AI techniques and the home automation space is also expected to drive business growth in the long run.

(You can read the full Alphabet research report here >>>)

AT&T stocks have lost -7.4% in the period since the start of the year against an industry loss of -9.1% for Zacks Wireless National, but things appear to be improving for the business. The Zacks analyst believes AT&T is well positioned to benefit from solid growth in subscriber numbers thanks to a strong cash position and a strong business model.

AT&T aims to separate its media assets and merge them with Discovery’s complementary assets to focus more on core operations and unlock value by monetizing the assets. AT&T, however, has seen a steady decline in subscribers to linear television, traditional services and the wireline division, with its margins shrinking as it tries to entice customers with discounts and giveaways.

(You can read the full research report on AT&T here >>>)

Actions of Schwab gained + 16.1% in the last six months against the gain of + 6.9% of the investment banking sector of Zacks Financial. The Zacks analyst expects Schwab’s inorganic growth efforts and initiatives to boost business revenue to increase profitability.

Strategic acquisitions have helped Schwab strengthen its position as a leading brokerage firm. This should increase its margins in the coming quarters. Interest rates close to zero with no possibility of a short-term rise are, however, a major concern. Steadily increasing operating expenses should also weigh on margins in the short term.

(You can read the full research report on Schwab here >>>)

Other noteworthy reports we present today include General Electric and American International Group.

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