NEW YORK (AP) — A Citi analyst on Wednesday cut his price target for AT&T's stock, saying he is concerned about the telecommunications company's future growth. AT&T on Tuesday posted better-than-expected adjusted fourth-quarter results, helped by higher revenue from mobile and Internet service subscribers. But its expectations for future results fall short of most of Wall Street's view, said analyst Michael Rollins . In its conference call with investors, the company said it expects 2014 adjusted earnings per share growth in the "mid-single-digit range" on revenue growth of 2 percent to 3 percent. He cut his price target on the stock by $3 to $35 . He has "Neutral" rating on the stock. Shares of Dallas -based AT&T Inc. fell $1.49 , or 4.5 percent, to $32.20 in morning trading. The stock had lost about 1 percent over the past 12 months.
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