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Telecom Italia SPA (NYSE:TI) has been upgraded by TheStreet Ratings from a sell to hold.
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The trading panel was surprised to see how complacent the market was in the face of bad macro news.
The ex-dividend date for Telecom Italia SPA (NYSE:TI) is Monday, April 18, 2011. Owners of shares as of market close today will be eligible for a dividend of 59 cents per share. At a price of $15.34 as of 9:30 a.m., the dividend yield is 6.8%.
The Japanese disaster is threatening to push us over the edge with crisis overload.
The chipmaker continues to make a series of misjudgments as it falls behind in its competition against ARM chips.
Telecom Italia CEO Discusses Q4 2010 Results - Earnings Call Transcript
Jim Cramer says the action on Apple gives him hope that the tech group is oversold and is about to reassert itself.
The trading panel discussed what's next for the market after a huge down day.
The 10-country deal allows the iPhone to run on Vodafone's network, a possible precursor to the long-rumored launch of a faster iPhone model.
Later this year, Vodafone customers in Australia, the Czech Republic, Egypt, Greece, Italy, India, Portugal, New Zealand, South Africa and Turkey will be able to purchase the iPhone for use on the Vodafone network.
Telecom Italia moves higher on news of a potential investment by AT&T.
The sale, reported by The Wall Street Journal, would be a strategic about-face for Telecom Italia.
Friday's dive makes it easier for tech companies reporting this week, but technical damage should limit any rebound.
The company's big router finally earns a couple of paying customers, from across the Pacific.
After their boom year in 2004, semiconductor sales are about to go bust, say forecasts.
The writing's on the motherboard for smaller semiconductor firms: Not everyone is going to make it.
Pessimism abounds in the EuroZone, providing opportunity for U.S.-based investors.
The indices held their ground, even though AT&T and Nokia fell flat.
The bank says technology, media and telecom stocks in the U.S. look better than those in Europe.
The stock remains flat in New York after a sharp debt-influenced slide this year.
Bidding won't match German or U.K. auction levels, but the issue of high cost returns to the fore.
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