Last week was a scary time for most investors as global markets racked up new records for the fastest 10% pullback in history. The worst weekly decline for the American indices since the 2008 financial crisis. And, the biggest single day decline for most markets as the bottom fell out of the market.
These concerns are over the impact to global growth from the shut down and restrictions in Chi... ››› more
Yesterday saw markets react decisively to the risk of COVID-19 to global growth. With most markets pulling back over 3%. This is due to an acceleration of new infections outside of China. It has hit Europe as Italy reports the 7th death and puts the town of Cologna on lock down, with others in the Lombardy region of northern Italy (a manufacturing hub) on unofficial lockdown.
The cause for ala... ››› more
As predicted, Telkom's (TKG) share price has fallen since I tipped it as a sell above R94.00 eight months ago.
It has plummeted 60% so you could have made some good money shorting this stock.
Now I believe the tide is turning on Telkom as it bounces from R30. The slide is over, and patient investors could make money buying today.
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This is sad but you need to know.
Today, I am taking yet another company off my trading watchlist.
Since June we've seen this telecommunications giant' share price crash from R100 down to R46.00 per share.
That's a 54% sharp drop which signals MAJOR red flags when it comes to trading.
In today's article, we'll go into four reasons why Telkom is getting killed, where i... ››› more
Telkom released annual results last week and its share price soared after a brief pull back. It has rallied over 50% year to date. Investors were expecting information on the potential property portfolio unlock. Nothing concrete has been delivered.
The CEO Sipho Maseko highlighted “Our strategy to separate our property and mast and tower portfolio to increase management focus and unloc... ››› more
South Africa's telecommunications investments have been quite exciting to watch over the last year. Massive fines, reshuffling of executives and new developments and products across the industry have left some investors confused as to which telecommunications shares to invest in.
So let's take a quick look at MTN, Vodacom and Telkom and see which investment has performed better in the last yea... ››› more
Since the markets opened on 4 January 2016, Vodacom's share price has increased nearly 6%.
Its closest rival, MTN's share price fell nearly 5% since the markets opened.
Telkom on the other hand has proved that it's less than worthy down nearly 11% over the same time frame.
But there's one man that's smiling all the way to the bank. That's Vodacom's CEO Shameel Joosub...
Vodacom pa... ››› more
Telkom SA SOC provides an array of telecom products and services to its customers. The company has a listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange…
Full name: Telkom SA SOC Limited
Short name: Telkom
Sector: Telecommunications – fixed-line telecommunications
Five top facts about Telkom SA SOC
Telkom SA SOC employs over 18,000 people across its operations. The ... ››› more
Earlier today, Telkom released its results for the six-months to the end of September.
The telecoms company posted a big hit to earnings as restructuring costs mount.
Let's take a closer look at what Telkom revealed…
Telkom posted a fall of 67% in earnings
Telkom [JSE:TKG] reported a drop of 67% to its earnings for the first half of its financial year, reports Fin24. One of the ma... ››› more
Late this afternoon, Telkom revealed that its suspended chief financial officer resigned with immediate effect. In spite of no longer being at Telkom, Jacques Schindehutte will receive his full benefits package from the company.
Telkom suspended Mr Schindehutte back in October following an investigation into his conduct.
Let's take a closer look at what's going on…
Telkom drops disci... ››› more
Yesterday, the South African Communications Union (SACU) said Telkom planned to cut 9,000 of its 19,000 workforce over the next six months. Both SACU and Solidarity are preparing to take Telkom to court over the possible job losses. Let's take a closer look at what's going on…
Telkom refutes claims of 9,000 job losses in six months
Telkom denies the SACU’s claim that Telkom plans to let go... ››› more
In 2011 up to 2013, this telecom giant crashed over 68.4% from R39.20 down to R12.37…
And since then, I've left this share alone to do its own thing.
But it's now at a HUGE discount and is ripe for the picking…
In fact, I expect this share to go up 67.36% from here, so you might want to grab this profit call.
Let me explain…
Invest in a company with millions of subscribers a... ››› more
Earlier today in a joint statement, Telkom announced its intention to buy Business Connexion. Telkom is looking to expand its information and communication technology (ICT) business. Shares in Telkom fell on the news. Business Connexion shares soared. Let's take a closer look at the deal…
Telkom bids R2.67 billion for Business Connexion
Telkom has made an offer to “buy Business Connexio... ››› more
The CEO of Telkom Sipho Maseko has criticised MTN and Vodacom over their moves to try and stop the lowering of mobile termination rates. In full page advertisements in the Sunday papers, Mr Maseko says MTN and Vodacom are standing in the way of what's best for South Africa. Let's take a closer look at what's going on…
Telkom’s CEO published an open letter to bosses of MTN and Vodacom
The ... ››› more
Back in mid-November, Telkom admitted it had lent its suspended chief financial officer R6 million. Telkom suspended Jacques Schindehütte the month before for undisclosed reasons. Late yesterday it emerged that Telkom demands that Mr Schindehutte immediately pays back the borrowed money. Let's take a closer look at what's going on…
Yesterday, Telkom said that “it is claiming back the R6 mil... ››› more
Earlier today, Telkom said that it loaned its now suspended chief financial officer R6 million to buy shares in the company. This happened before Jacques Schindehütte suspension, but whilst Telkom were investigating him. It emerges that this loan might have been illegal. Let's take a closer look at what's going on…
Telkom says its loan to its “suspended chief financial officer [of] R6 milli... ››› more
Yesterday, following the announcement of the suspension of its CFO, speculation was rife about what Jacques Schindehutte had done. But Telkom spoke out today to quell the rumours. Let's take a closer look at what's going on…
Telkom’s share price took a tumble yesterday after the fixed-line operator announced that it had suspended its chief financial officer. In the company’s announcement, ... ››› more
In a day that saw Telkom's share price plummet as it suspended its chief financial officer, more news emerges. The JSE has referred a share purchase made by the now suspended Telkom CFO to the Financial Services Board (FSB). Let's take a closer look at what's going on…
The JSE has referred “a trade in Telkom stock by chief financial officer Jacque Schindehutte” to the FSB, says MoneyWeb. S... ››› more
After a tremendous run recently, then a major fall yesterday, the JSE ended flat today. But technical indicators suggest that the local bourse may still be in overbought territory. Let's take a closer look at the day on the JSE…
The JSE “ended a see-saw session flat,” says IOL. MTN was one of the biggest movers down after the wireless operator “cut its full year target for new subscriber... ››› more
Earlier today, Telkom revealed that is had suspended its chief financial officer. The share price has continued to fall as the day progresses. The suspension is pending a disciplinary process. Let's take a closer look at what's going on...
Telkom's CFO, Jacques Schindehutte, is suspended due to a disciplinary process taking place, reports Fin24. Telkom made the announcement earlier today.
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