September 2006
Multichannel News;9/18/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 37, p34
The article reports that Jason Bazinet, cable and satellite analyst of Citigroup, has lowered his rating on Charter Communications Inc. because of the rise in stock that pushed shares nearer to the price target. Charter stock closed at $1.49 on September 14, 2006, an increase of 31 cents from the close of $1.18 on July 3. Bazinet praised the management of Charter for its long-term strategic plan and moves to alter the capital structure and to focus on operations.


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