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    19.11.12 21:59:30
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    Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 43.385.962 von patrik85 am 14.07.12 11:26:04Yapp, die w:o Community steht offenbar weniger auf Solidität, sondern mehr auf Modeaktien wie Solarworld oder Zockerpapiere wie Lynas.

    Wie auch immer - ich bin hier heute eingestiegen, weil ich mir gerne substanzstarke Dividendenzaler ins Depot lege. Ich hoffe, ich liege richtig
    14.07.12 11:26:04
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    es ist so ruhig geworden um diese perle...
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    16.05.11 09:00:29
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    Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 41.506.200 von R-BgO am 16.05.11 07:57:35selbstverständlich ist das nett...aber vermtl wird es nicht auf dem hohen Niveau bleiben. So alle paar Jahre wird ein besonderes Bonbon ausgegeben:…
    16.05.11 07:57:35
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    Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 41.505.061 von cmeise am 15.05.11 16:37:46jupp; ist doch ganz nett, oder?
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    15.05.11 16:37:46
    Beitrag Nr. 7 ()
    Dividende angekündigt: 9 Singcent nach 6,8 interim Dividende. Zusätzlich 10 Cent special Dividende.
    Also insgesamt 2011 25,8 Cent bei einem aktuellen Kurs von 3,17 SGD = 8,1%.
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    12.03.11 12:23:07
    Beitrag Nr. 6 ()
    Div.Rendite derzeit ca. 5,2%; keine ausländische Quellensteuer...
    21.09.10 09:40:01
    Beitrag Nr. 5 ()
    SingTel Group to set up S$200m corporate venture capital fund to drive innovation
    Posted: 21 September 2010 1011 hrs

    SINGAPORE: Singapore Telecommunications Limited (SingTel) on Tuesday announced it has set up $200 million fund to invest in communication technology research.

    Known as SingTel Innov8, the fund will collaborate with leading innovators, developers, government agencies, R&D organisations as well as other equity providers around the region to promote innovation.

    Innov8, a wholly-owned subsidiary of SingTel, will have an initial fund size of S$200 million.

    It will also work closely with these partners to identify and explore new ideas and technologies, fund and support promising companies and provide access to markets that the SingTel Group operates in.

    Mrs Yvonne Kwek, CEO of SingTel Innov8, said: "Innov8 will connect with the innovation hotspots of the world for new ideas, technology, products and services. We will invest in and incubate these innovations, and eventually bring them to market."

    Innov8 will focus its investments on technologies and solutions that lead to quantum changes in network capabilities, next generation devices, digital content services and enablers to enhance customer experience.

    Developers and innovators can leverage the scale and reach of the SingTel Group to access over 350 million customers across Asia and Africa.

    In return, the SingTel Group said it will gain early access to new technologies, allowing it to enhance its customer proposition and make forays into new markets or segments.

    Innov8 is part of the SingTel Group's journey to transform itself from a traditional telecommunications provider to become a leading multimedia and ICT solutions provider.

    Ms Chua Sock Koong, SingTel Group CEO, said: "The investments made by Innov8 will ensure that the SingTel Group continues to stay relevant to customers' needs and capture growth opportunities. With Innov8, the Group will continue to shape the market and deliver sustainable growth into the future." - CNA/fa
    09.07.10 12:48:27
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    09.07.2010 12:07
    SingTel buys Bharti shares on open market

    SINGAPORE, July 9 (Reuters) - Singapore Telecommunications , Southeast Asia's largest telecoms firm, said on Friday it bought around 1.6 million shares in India's Bharti Airtel on the open market for about S$12.45 million ($9.03 million).

    SingTel's stake in Bharti is now 32.04 percent, up from 32.0 percent previously.
    04.06.10 09:12:30
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    04.06.2010 06:12
    UPDATE 1-Telkom sees tower deal with Singtel this year

    JAKARTA, June 4 (Reuters) - Indonesia's state-controlled PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia (Telkom), said on Friday it expects a tower deal with Singapore Telecommunications (Singtel) to be completed this year.

    Telkom's president director, Rinaldi Firmansyah, also said that the company is in talks with mobile phone operator Bakrie Telecom on consolidation of CDMA operators.

    Telkom is Indonesia's biggest phone company.

    'We have talked and are making an assessment with Bakrie Telecom, but are also doing similar things with other local firms,' Firmansyah said.

    'Whether it's a merger or acquisition will depend on how the talks progress,' he added.

    Firmansyah also said that Telkom's mobile phone unit, Telkomsel, has cancelled plans to raise 3 trillion rupiah ($326.6 million) from bond issues this year.
    25.05.10 20:57:58
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    Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 39.575.132 von R-BgO am 24.05.10 18:32:13Vielleicht findest Du auch Telenor (Schwerpunkte Skandinavien und Asien) und Millicom (viel in Afrika) interessant.
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