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Despite Sprint’s Recent Operational Improvements, Significant Risks Remain

We have increased our price estimate for Sprint from about $5 per share to about $6 per share, which is still slightly below the current market price, on account of the carrier’s expanding postpaid subscriber base and its progress in cutting operating costs. However, Sprint’s sizable (and growing) financial leverage as well as the risks […]
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