In the midst of reports that Softbank (SFTBY) talks about merging Sprint (S-Report), which was majority owned by Softbank, and T-Mobile (TMU Report) could end, the shares of both telecommunications companies refused. Strong on Monday
Merging with T-Mobile has been incorporated into the Sprint award for some time, and the possible absence of agreement represents the dilemma of how much telecommunications is worth it. Analyst target targets show that Sprint’s independent value could be up to 50% lower or higher than Monday’s price.
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Sprint stocks dropped by 8.5% on Monday at $ 6.39, dropping to $ 6.05 after the Nikkei CNBC report and in Japan suggesting that Softbank would complete the negotiations. Shares fell by 23.5% during the year.
Meanwhile, T-Mobile dropped by 5.3 percent to $ 59.60 on Monday, but this year even 4.3 percent
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Merging with T-Mobile will probably give Sprint a value of $ 7 to $ 8 per share, defeating Craig Moffett, analyst MoffettNathanson LLC, recently. However, in the absence of the agreement, he wrote: “Sprint will change to less than $ 3 per share.”
BTIG analyst Walt Piecyk currently has a $ 4 target in Sprint, based on the 7.5x 2019 Ebitda in the planned cash.
Without selling to T-Mobile, he suggested that investors could put a lower multiplier on Sprint shares. The seven-time EBITDA forecast for the year 2019 sprint will go down to $ 3.25, while he was a multiplier of $ 6 only $ 1.65 per share.