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Vonage was the big stock share price winner for the week of June 13, according to Cablefax’s week in review of cable and telecom stocks. It was up 16.42%, closing at $5.43 a share, after a Citibgroup analyst upgraded the cloud-connected communications services company. Another winner was Viacom, whose stock surged on Thursday after controlling stakeholder Sumner Redstone removed five directors from the board, including CEO Philippe Dauman. The stock closed Friday at $49.59 a share, up 7.29% for the week. Meanwhile, on the loser side, Concurrent fell 8.87% to $5.55 per share, and HSN was down 8.4%, to $48.23 per share. Check out the full list below.

Stock share price winners:

1. VONAGE:………………………………………………………………5.43……… 16.42%
2. SYNACOR:…………………………………………………………….3.53……….11.01%
3. VIACOM:……………………………………………………………..49.59……….. 7.29%
4. WWE:………………………………………………………………….18.55……….. 5.46%
5. SEACHANGE:………………………………………………………..3.50……….. 4.79%

Stock share price losers:

1. CONCURRENT:……………………………………………………..5.55………(8.87%)
2. HSN:……………………………………………………………………48.23………..(8.4%)
3. BLNDER TONGUE:…………………………………………………0.41………(6.82%)
4. NEXSTAR:……………………………………………………………48.41………(5.91%)
5. LIBERTY GLOBAL:……………………………………………….34.55………(5.52%)

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