Sprint, T-Mobile sink following report that merger talks may be called off

Sprint and T-Mobile shares sank on Monday after Nikkei reported that SoftBank Group planned to end negotiations on a merger between the two wireless carriers.

Trading of Sprint, a subsidiary of SoftBank, was halted for volatility before falling by as much as 13%.

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