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【SingTel Z74 交流专区】新电信 SINGTEL

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发表于 15-1-2010 10:49 PM | 显示全部楼层
回复 60# missheng


    拿到了!!!!
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发表于 16-1-2010 12:26 PM | 显示全部楼层
回复 61# kentcheow


bank in你的户口还是给支票??请问你几号收到的?62分对吗?
我的还没收到,agent说15号会收到可我却还没收到:@
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发表于 16-1-2010 05:53 PM | 显示全部楼层
回复 62# missheng


    bank in户口!我在15号那天收到的!62分!
你还还没收到?你是否 link the share account with the s'pore bank ac ah???
better check wif ur reminser!!!
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发表于 19-1-2010 04:59 PM | 显示全部楼层
回复 63# kentcheow


    谢谢你,那么我只好等我agent星期四回国再打给它了
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发表于 20-1-2010 01:22 PM | 显示全部楼层
回复 64# missheng


我的 CPF SINGTEL股细已经 受到 了, 大概是 十五 号。
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发表于 26-1-2010 09:39 PM | 显示全部楼层
顶一顶!singtel 别跌太多!还没够子弹!!
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发表于 27-1-2010 08:56 AM | 显示全部楼层
回复 65# kanchenghu


用cpf买的股发的股息是进cpf还是银行?
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发表于 27-1-2010 09:09 PM | 显示全部楼层
回复 67# PaPerSoldier

credit into your CPFIS-OA agent bank a/c,

agent bank can be OCBC, UOB or DBS.
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发表于 28-1-2010 09:39 AM | 显示全部楼层
回复 68# kanchenghu

got it. xie xie
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发表于 4-2-2010 06:09 PM | 显示全部楼层
回复  kanchenghu


用cpf买的股发的股息是进cpf还是银行?
PaPerSoldier 发表于 27-1-2010 08:56 AM



    我也想知道!有谁知道吗?
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发表于 4-2-2010 06:15 PM | 显示全部楼层
回复 70# kentcheow

进你的 CPFIS-OA agent bank 的 account
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发表于 5-2-2010 10:02 AM | 显示全部楼层
回复 71# PaPerSoldier


    Noted。。。 Thanks
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发表于 5-2-2010 05:24 PM | 显示全部楼层
我也买了1lot$2.93. 新手上路请多多指教 股息62分是多少呢?
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发表于 7-2-2010 10:52 PM | 显示全部楼层
回复 73# tiantian3


    每 1000 SHARE 就 拿 SGD 62 。
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发表于 8-2-2010 02:20 PM | 显示全部楼层
回复 73# tiantian3


   62/2930 = 2.1% 是不是比存银行好? :)
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发表于 10-2-2010 08:32 PM | 显示全部楼层
回复 67# PaPerSoldier


    CPF portion dividend will credited to your CPFIS-OA agent bank which could be either DBS, OCBC, OUB.
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发表于 10-3-2010 10:39 AM | 显示全部楼层
顶一顶。。。。。
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发表于 10-3-2010 10:52 AM | 显示全部楼层
Support $3.02-04
Target $3.16, $3.28-36
This week marks the rare occasion since Oct last year when SingTel
re-enters the low end of its familiar $3.10-$3.50 movements, just
above the half way point ($3.08) between $4.22 and $1.94.
The stock which appeals to the patient player has undergone lengthy
rounds of consolidation since its Oct 2007 high of $4.22, marked by
tests of lower support as traders abandoned their plays.
But such prolonged base building - the latest started 4 months ago
invariably led to moves to the $3.10-$3.50 higher trading range.
The last such behaviour in mid-2009 when the stock moved narrowly
around $2.90-$3.10 resulted in a rally to $3.52 in July.
This time the narrow $2.90-$3.10 movements have been going on for
a longer 4 month period and there is no reason why the latest
rebound should stop at the $3.11-16 historic hurdles ($3.11 was 2009
close).
The first major resistance would be the 61.8% mark at $3.35
coinciding with the multi year hurdles between $3.28 and $3.36.
The trendline channel since the end-2008 low of $1.94 suggests the
upside $3.28-36 target is within reach in coming weeks following
crosses between the 100 ($3.02) and 200 days MAs and later
between 50 ($3.03) and 100.
A bullish sign is the current reversion to above 200-days ($3.07) after
ST had fallen below this key long term support since Jan.
However this MA kept rising which finally lead to the latest surge
above it and possibility of further bullish cuts among the 3 MAs.
In the short trem the stock is finding hurdle at upper Bollinger band
($3.12) but these dynamic bands should expand as ST can be
expected to remain firm going forward. Thus any slight pullback
towards key $3.02-04 multi year support offer trading chance.
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发表于 31-3-2010 09:49 AM | 显示全部楼层
News Release
SingTel announces pricing of S$600 million
3.4875% Guaranteed Notes due 2020
Singapore, 30 March 2010 -- Singapore Telecommunications Limited (“SingTel”) today
announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, SingTel Group Treasury Pte. Ltd. (“SGT”), has
priced S$600 million Guaranteed Notes due 2020 (the “Notes”). The Notes will be guaranteed
by SingTel. The Notes pay a semi annual coupon of 3.4875 per cent. per annum.
The issue of the Notes is jointly lead managed by DBS Bank Ltd., The Hongkong and Shanghai
Banking Corporation Limited and Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation Limited.
Approval in-principle has been obtained for the listing and quotation of the Notes on the
Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited (the “SGX-ST”). The SGX-ST assumes no
responsibility for the correctness of any of the statements made or opinions expressed or
reports contained herein. Approval for the listing and quotation of the Notes on the SGX-ST is
not to be taken as an indication of the merits of SGT, SingTel or the Notes.
The offering is scheduled to close on 8 April 2010 and the Notes are expected to be listed on
the SGX-ST on or about 9 April 2010.
This issue forms part of the SingTel Group’s long term financing strategy. The issue of the
Notes extends the maturity profile of the SingTel Group’s debt and adds diversity to its debt
structure. SGT will utilise the net proceeds of the issue, after deducting issue expenses, to
refinance SGT’s existing bank borrowings and to fund SingTel’s and its subsidiaries’ ordinary
course of business.
Ms Jeann Low, SingTel's Group Chief Financial Officer, said: "The issue was well received,
which reflects investor confidence in SingTel. With this issue, we have enhanced the maturity
profile of our debt. ”
The Notes are rated Aa2 by Moody’s Investors Service and A+ by Standard & Poor’s
respectively, in line with SingTel’s current credit ratings.
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发表于 31-3-2010 09:51 AM | 显示全部楼层

BEcause of tis news???

NEW DELHI, India (AFP) - – Indian top mobile operator Bharti Airtel said Tuesday it had sealed a 10.7-billion-dollar deal to buy Zain's African assets, ranking it among the world's top five cellular players.

With the acquisition, the second-largest foreign takeover in Indian corporate history, Bharti will acquire Kuwait-based Zains African mobile services operations in 15 countries including Kenya, Nigeria and Tanzania.

"This agreement is a landmark for the global telecom industry and a game changer for Bharti," company chairman and founder Sunil Bharti Mittal said in an emailed statement, calling Africa "the continent of hope and opportunity."

Bharti "will be transformed into a truly global telecom company with operations across 18 countries, fulfilling our vision of building a world-class multinational," the 52-year-old businessman added.

The acquisition finally realises a dream by the billionaire tycoon to gain a foothold in Africa, one of the world's least developed telephone markets, after two failed attempts to acquire South African mobile giant MTN.

"We are excited at the growth opportunities in Africa," Mittal said.

The number of people owning phones in the countries where Zain operates stands at just 32 out of every 100 compared with India's 51.

Mittal, a self-confessed business "junkie" always hungering for the next deal, is looking to expand foreign revenues amid a savage price war at home.

But analysts say Mittal, who signed the deal at Zain Africa BV's headquarters in Amsterdam, will need all his entrepreneurial chutzpah to turn around Zain's loss-making African operations.

In Nigeria, for instance, where mobile phone ownership is growing most rapidly, Zain has been losing subscribers to rivals.

Also, Mittal will be entering "not just one market but 15 markets," said Romal Shetty, telecommunications head at global consultancy KPMGs India unit.

"You can't play a single strategy for all of them," he said. "He has a lot of work ahead."

Bharti, 32 percent owned by Singapore Telecommunications, said in the statement it had "entered into a legally binding definitive agreement with Zain Group to acquire Zain Africa BV."

Mittal said that the company was betting that the strength of its brand "coupled with our unique business model will allow us to unlock the potential of these emerging markets."

The trick for Bharti, which pioneered low-cost telecoms in India, will be to bring down Zain's high cost base and win subscribers, say analysts -- and to get subscribers to talk more using lower tariffs.

He added he was committed to "taking affordable telecom services to the remotest geographies and bridging the digital divide."

With this purchase, the second most costly foreign takeover by an Indian company since Tata Steel bought Anglo-Dutch steel producer Corus for 12.2 billion dollars in 2007, Bhartis global customer base will increase to around 179 million.

Under the agreement, Bharti will acquire most of Zains African mobile services with a total customer base of over 42 million out of which Zain is a market leader in 10 and second in four others.

With the acquisition, which does not include Zain's networks in Morocco or Sudan, Bharti said it would be the worlds fifth-largest wireless company by customers.

"We are delighted the African telecom asset that we so assiduously built is becoming part of such a committed and reputable telecom powerhouse," Zain Group chairman Asaad Al Banwan said in the statement.

Bharti launched mobile services in India in 1995, Sri Lanka in 2009 and acquired Warid in Bangladesh in January 2010.
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