Frontier Communications: Critical Time Approaches



Frontier reports its Q3 FY18 earnings on November 6.

Look out for its adjusted EBITDA, churn rate and growth-related commentary as these items can dictate where its shares could be headed next.

If its adjusted EBITDA comes in below $900 million (or a $3.6 billion run-rate), it should be perceived as a negative development.

Frontier Communications (FTR) reports its Q3 earnings on November 6. Analysts expect revenue of $2.13 billion and a loss per share of $0.21. But rather than just focusing on its headline numbers, investors should also closely watch its adjusted EBITDA figure, subscriber trends and its management’s commentary around its gigabit rollout plan, to get an indication about where its shares could be headed next. Let’s take a look.

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