What they sell HERE for if this t3rd keeps dropping everyday. Right now NOK will be lucky to see 8.00/share and ALU will be lucky to see 4.00/share again. I got a lot of money tied up in these two and I'm getting tired of hearing next day, next week, next month and next earnings. Wake up everyday and it's down more than its up. People trying to make excuses and talk loooooong term. Europeans are crooked as a barrel of snakes and are trying to trap retail investors in these two pigs. Their tech could be obsolete next week and then what? Like watching two drunks hold each other up.........................
"Why? There is no reason why. HERE will not be sold. Look for a spin off in the next 18 months. So, you are left with your baseless, pumper's opinion. Nothing more, pump"
and your posts are not baseless. I watch you post and every one of them is worthless. You offer no facts. Just like the one above. Which bank or hedge fund do you work for.
Why? There is no reason why. HERE will not be sold. Look for a spin off in the next 18 months. So, you are left with your baseless, pumper's opinion. Nothing more, pump.
The market perceives no growth - none at all! There will be no earth shattering new product, the Samsung determination will be less than the average pump hoped for and the NOK/ALU merger will take years before the dust settles. Add all this on top of a market with crumbling underpinnings and you have thus, pumps: risk outweighs reward.
My estimates: HERE will be sold soon potentially worth $2 per share, so no matter does NOKIA report positive result or not, but if it does...we will go much above $10.
Yes I know soon those paid bank bashers will give few thumbs down, but at the end of the year I will be the one saying I told ya so! Mark this post
Sentiment: Strong Buy
It was my understanding any sales or dividend issued would call for a adjustment in share exchange rate.
Alcatel-Lucent has sold its optical transport equipment manufacturing plant to Flextronics for an undisclosed amount.
The transfer deal include Alcatel-Lucent employees and temporary workers, manufacturing, real estate, support and service activities related to optical transport equipment at the Alcatel-Lucent plant in Trieste, Italy.
As per the deal, Flextronics will be responsible for launching new products, manufacturing, integration and repair services of Alcatel-Lucent optical equipment at the site.Alcatel-Lucent, which will be part of Nokia Networks soon, and Flextronics have also signed a five-year, renewable contract for supplying optical products.
Roberto Loiola, CEO and managing director of Alcatel-Lucent Italy, said: The Trieste plant will benefit significantly from becoming a global center of excellence, with employment levels maintained and even increased.”
Flextronics will expand its optical transport capabilities and accelerating the growth of its product portfolio with the addition of this business and the skilled team, said Alcatel-Lucent in a statement.
Bottom-line is we don't know the status. I doubt much is happening jointly on phones - MSFT bought the phone operations. But, there's more that could be done.
MSFT wants to get into mobile, and that means wireless, and that can include Nokia.
Speculation - MSFT is building a huge cloud infrastructure. How much wireless figures in MSFT's cloud structure is not clear, but there's plenty of room for innovation on the wireless side.
More speculation - MSFT's work in whitespace spectrum - this clearly falls in wireless, and in fact Nokia and MSFT (and others) partnered on a whitespace pilot project not long ago in England. MSFT is actively deploying whitespace communications networks in countries where whitespace is not so crowded, and therefore less regulated. It seems to me Nokia is a natural partner in MSFT's whitespace efforts.
BTW, what is the current status, what is a current condition and future of (as we were once told) "strategic alliance" or "strategic partnership" established between MS and Nokia, during Ballmer at MS and Elope at NOK, time ?
You have to be mindful, that when Ballmer was at MS helm and Elope in Nokia's we use to have a very powerful allay, business partner, and because our very close business cooperation/contacts, a powerful protector. Now with Nadella as CEO, and MS changing strategic objectives, Nokia's role as a partner is visibly diminishing. Judging on the bases of MS strategic objectives/directions and Nokia's emphasize on networking and uncertain future of HERE... the future do not look rosy for Nokia...
You use metaphors too much. Stick to the simple, unadulterated truth. For example, 'you are not to be trusted', and, 'you are a liar'.
Hey man, your grandiose pittance dream is deflating in AH by $0.04 to $6.80...
I only hope that massacre won't return tomorrow... don't have nightmares tonight about it...
Really impressive... really ?...What a pitiful situation... how come, we cherish this pittance as monumental achievement...like a hungry, starving man, who in the middle of nowhere found an earthworm. Success ?...how much lower we'll be pushed ?...Shame, shame, shame...