In this column, we discuss the changing AT&T debt load across five scary charts, along with some projections. For the first time we discuss risks to the credit rating and how the ratings can be protected. Our motivation for the present piece came from the discussion of a news item from over the weekend as it pertains to AT&T (T) and Latin American paid television services.
We believe this is a critical item to be covered. In this piece we discuss the widening AT&T debt burden, and how we see it being handled moving forward. It is our thesis that the company will be stepping up its asset sales as it is recognizing that the debt is the biggest risk to the long-term health of the company, and to shareholder value.
Make no mistake the AT&T debt is…………..READ MORE NOW