- Consolidated Communications (NASDAQ:CNSL) slid 10% Friday to a new 52-week low, adding fuel to a decline that started Thursday after its fourth-quarter earnings showed a slight decline in revenues.
- The stock ended up tumbling 21.5% Thursday, bringing its two-day drop to just under 30%.
- Citi responded to the report by cutting Consolidated to Sell, calling it a "mixed" quarter and noting that full-year EBITDA guidance was significantly below expectations. (The company guided for EBITDA of $410 million-$425 million, with capital expenditures forecast at $475 million-$495 million for the year.)
- Wells Fargo downgraded it to Equal Weight, from Overweight, setting its price target at $6/share. Cowen, meanwhile, cut its price target to $5.50 from $7.50, vs. Friday's $5.20 price.
- For more details, dig into Consolidated's earnings call transcript.
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