Cable Stocks: Up, Up and Away

December 2013
Multichannel News;12/23/2013, Vol. 34 Issue 48, p22
The article discusses performance of stocks of the cable television firms in the U.S. as of December 2013. Topics discussed include increment of cable stocks, rise in shares invested by public traded operators such as Time Warner Cable Inc., Comcast Corp., and Cablevision Systems Corp., and concerns of analyst Craig Moffett over the future growth of cable stocks market. Also presented is a table comparing the performance of stocks of cable operators in December 2012 and in December 2013.


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