Is CNSL a good stock?
Is CNSL a good stock?
CNSL has a Quality Grade of D, ranking ahead of 17.77% of graded US stocks. CNSL’s asset turnover comes in at 0.364 — ranking 36th of 63 Communication stocks.
Does CNSL pay a dividend?
Consolidated Communications Holdings (NASDAQ: CNSL) does not pay a dividend.
How much is Consolidated Communications worth?
|Operating income||US$ 38.6 million (2017)|
|Net income||US$ 65.0 million (2017)|
|Total assets||US$ 3.72 billion (2017)|
|Total equity||US$ 568.0 million (2017)|
What does CNSL stand for?
|CNSL||Centro Nazionale Sportivo Libertas (Italian: Libertas National Sports Center)|
|CNSL||Commander, Naval Surface Force, Atlantic|
|CNSL||Caustic Nut Shell Liquid (found in the husks of unprocessed cashew nuts)|
|CNSL||Central Nervous System Lymphomas|
What is cashew nut shell liquid?
Cashew nut shell liquid (CNSL) is a dark brown viscous liquid present inside a soft honeycomb structure of the cashew nutshell and is a very important agricultural byproduct of cashew nut and cashew apple production, produced by the cashew nut tree (Anacardium occidentale).
Who owns SureWest?
Consolidated Communications Holdings, Inc.
Consolidated Communications/Parent organizations
February 6, 2012 Consolidated Communications Holdings, Inc. (Nasdaq: CNSL) announced today that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire SureWest Communications (Nasdaq: SURW) in a cash and stock merger valued at $23 per share, or approximately $340.9 million.
Who bought SureWest?
Consolidated Communications Holdings Inc.
SureWest Communications is being bought in a $340.9 million cash and stock deal by Illinois company Consolidated Communications Holdings Inc. The deal will allow for more investment locally into technology and communications abilities for SureWest customers, said Steve Oldham, SureWest chief executive officer.
What is the full form of CSNL?
Cyber Security National Lab. Computing » Cyber & Security.
How much oil is in a cashew shell?
Raw Cashew nut shell contains over 20% CNSL. In the oil bath process about 10% of oil is recovered as a by-product. By using expellers for extraction, it is possible to extract a further quantity of about 10% more from the shells.
Is Consolidated Communications part of Comcast?
Xfinity from Comcast and Consolidated Communications (formerly known as Fairpoint Communications) are two of the largest internet providers in the U.S. offering both cable and fiber to millions of customers. Both providers offer TV, phone, internet, and home security bundles, with a wide range of services and prices.
What happened to Consolidated Communications?
July 3, 2017 — Consolidated Communications Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: CNSL) announced today it has completed its acquisition of FairPoint Communications, Inc. The merger further positions the company as a leading broadband and business service provider across a 24-state service area.