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Analysis of Verizon share price

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Are you interested in the American stock of the Verizon group and want to trade it online? We offer our help to carry out a proper analyses of its price. Through this article you'll be able to discover the data to study in order to carry out its fundamental analysis, the important information about the company such as its detailed activities, its main competitors and its most recent partnerships, as well as some general stock market data.

Elements that can influence the price of this asset:

Analysis N°1

First, you'll ne to closely monitor the extensions of access to audio and video conferencing that will allow Verizon to expand its influence and services in the market.

Analysis N°2

You should also keep an eye on the international expansion strategies of the company with acquisitions and partnerships signed abroad which can help it develop in new markets for example.

Analysis N°3

In the same way, you should follow the diversification of services related to customer needs by the Verizon Company.

Analysis N°4

You should also monitor the competition in this industry, especially in the US market, which can quickly influence Verizon's market share.

Analysis N°5

It's also important to monitor changes in regulations on the part of the FCC and government policies that may affect the operations of the group.

Analysis N°6

Finally, all strategic communications from Verizon should be considered with the utmost care.

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General presentation of Verizon

Gain deeper insight about Verizon by learning what the company's business activities are and how it generates revenue. You will then understand how it is likely to behave in the years to come in terms of growth.

The Verizon Communications Group is an American company committed to the telecommunications business line. More precisely, it specializes in the provision of telecommunications services.

To better understand the group's activities, they can be divided into several divisions according to the percentage of turnover they generate as so:

  • The major part of the Verizon group's revenues comes from the services of mobile telecommunications with 83.36% of the turnover. These services particularly relate to mobile telephones, data transmission and other services in the United States with the subsidiary Verizon Wireless which is owned in partnership with the Vodafone group.
  • The rest of the company's turnover, i.e. 16.4%, comes from fixed-line telecommunications services with local and long-distance telephone services, high-speed internet access with nearly 120 million lines currently in service, broadcasting TV channel and messaging services.
Analysis of Verizon share price
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The major competitors of Verizon

Now let's explore Verizon's competitive environment. Here, we'll be focusing more particularly on American competitors as Verizon carries out most of its activities in the United States.

AT&T

This group is arguably the leader in local and long distance telephone services and xDSL services in the USA. It is also the number two for mobile services. It's important to note that the AT&T mobility subsidiary is currently the second largest mobile telephony provider in the United States after Verizon Wireless.


The major partners of Verizon

After getting to know the direct competitors of the Verizon group, check out its major partners with two concrete examples of strategic alliances that the company has put in place in the past and which have had a significant influence on the price of this value.

Apple 

First in 2019, the Verizon group, signed an agreement with Apple News, through its subsidiary Verizon Media to allow advertisers to run their native advertising in Apple News in the UK, Canada and Australia. These brands are able to reach the many users of Apple devices in these three countries and these opportunities are available programmatically through the native marketplace of Verizon Media and its DSP. Native advertisements are able to fit into the flow between articles or between channels offered by Apple News.

Microsoft 

Also in 2019, the Verizon group and its subsidiary Verizon Media signed a partnership with a new agreement on native advertising. Advertisers have since had access to 20% more native inventories through Oath Ad Platforms. They also benefit from efficient advertising formats on Microsoft News / MSN, including certain exclusive locations. The two companies have also extended their existing relationship by providing unique access to brand safe display and video inventory and content marketing solutions on Microsoft sites that include MSN, Outlook and Xbox.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who are the major shareholders of Verizon?

Currently, the Verizon group has capital divided between floating capital therefore exchangeable on the markets and a part of capital held by private investors. The Vanguard Group up to 7.70%, SSgA Funds Management up to 3.93%, Capital Research & Management up to 3.60%, Wellington Management up to 2.90%, BlackRock Fund Advisors up to 2.58%, Geode Capital Management at 1.43%, Northern Trust Investment at 1.30%, Norges bank Investment Management at 1.04% and Fidelity Management & Research at 0.98%.

How does Verizon rank as an Internet service provider in the US?

Currently in terms of turnover, the Verizon group occupies the fourth place in the Internet access provision market in the United States. It's right behind the groups Comcast, Charter and AT&T and followed by CenturyLink, Cox, Frontier, Altice USA, Mediacom and Windstream.

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