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The Company reiterates all its full-year 2011 business targets The Company continues to focus on the quality of its customer base, which grew by over 6% to 295 million accesses at the end of June ...
Cramer says it's a stock he wants investors to own.
Petrohawk Energy shares were soaring after BHP said it will buy the company for $38.75 a share.
The U.K. warns mobile operators not to derail a spectrum auction.
Fairholme Fund's Bruce Berkowitz filed his 13F form with the SEC this week and disclosed three new positions.
TelefÃ³nica Management Discusses Q1 2011 Results - Earnings Call Transcript
Norman Boersma of the $18.5 billion Templeton Growth Fund looks for the good in the bad.
The Company’s commercial focus on higher-value customers led to a 6% increase in the customer base to 290 million accesses, with significant improvements in the contract mobile segment and growth businesses ...
Templeton Growth Stocks, Fibria CEO, "What Makes Business Rock"
The ex-dividend date for Telefonica (NYSE:TEF) is tomorrow, May 3, 2011. Owners of shares as of market close today will be eligible for a dividend of 87 cents per share. At a price of $27.22 as of 10:11 a.m., the dividend yield is 5.9%.
The two-year anniversary of the rally this week is marked by headwinds, but money managers anticipate a winning year in certain sectors.
TelefÃ³nica CEO Discusses Q4 2010 Results - Earnings Call Transcript
The company complied, for the eighth year running, with the financial targets and commitments made with the market, and obtained higher than expected earnings per share, of 2.
Some of the best bargains are low-priced European equities.
The trading panel was divided in their opinions on where the market was heading.
Not willing to risk carrier subsidies that help keep iPhone sales juiced, Apple is now backing off its SIM card strategy.
Spain's Telefonica said third-quarter profit more than doubled thanks to strong revenue in Latin America and a higher valuation of its stake in Brazil's Vivo.
Telefonica has increased its earnings by 15.6% annually since 1999.
The trading panel discussed what the Fed did and how to trade it.
Brazilian companies continue their quarterly earnings surprises riding high on the country's robust economic fundamentals.
We polled portfolio managers for their takes on three undervalued stocks. These are their bargain-bin plays.
While the potential for getting whipsawed remains, don't expect a repeat of the fall of 2008.
Oil and gas, metals and mining and food and beverages are the top picks in Brazil's thriving economy.
The trading panel mentioned a number of picks that they liked in this volatile market.
César Alierta, Executive Chairman of Telefónica (NYSE:TEF) (LSE:TDE), received last night the Americas Society of New York’s Gold Medal in recognition of his important contribution to the growth and...
In the first quarter Telefónica focused on capturing growth in all markets with intense commercial activity.
Cramer believes the stock will rise as soon as euro and China worries go away.
Cramer says investors should move way from the volatile gyrations in the market and stick with stocks with long-term secular growth trends.
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