Topic Archives: Telstra (TLS.AX TLSYY)

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  • SoGiAm

    #QLD #Business #Monthly: #Top 20 under 40 http://www.couriermail.com.au/business/qld-business-monthly/queensland-busin...

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    Julien, My understanding is that any "franked" dividends paid by Australian companies to foreign shareholders are not s...

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    I bought Telstra (TLSYY) early in the year; about 2% of my portfolio. I like telecoms; considered it a currency hedge...

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    I owned Telstra years ago for the dividend yield. However, now that you have to contend with Australian withholding tax...

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    Telstra has suddenly done very well. Another good Australian dividend stock is EPX.AU or EPX.AX They operate pipelines...

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    The Telstra deal is an interesting one.....not quite as cut an died as one would expect. The reason is that the governm...

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    It is Telstra (TLSYY.PK). It pays an 8% dividend. How did I know this? Today I'm walking with Gum on the Soles of My S...

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    Tnx Travis for such interesting comments and for hosting those of others. As an old-fashioned P&F chart follower, G...

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    I own some Telstra shares but I bought them (pink sheets) as TTRAF. I do see some pink sheet stuff with the ....R and o...

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    telstra is the biggest telphone company in australia by along way.most people in australia have telstra for its dividend...

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    Regarding Telstra and Optus, I'd say the opposite, that Telstra's customer service is regarded better, and they also hav...

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    Telstra has a nice dividend, but has mainly had capital depreciation in share price. Considered to have quite poor cust...

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    check out Telstra, Australias biggest phone carrier, dividend 28c , current price about 2.6$, Fully franked, that means ...

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