|Bid||40.00 x 100|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||50.46 - 50.69|
|52 Week Range||50.07 - 60.50|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||12.49|
|Dividend & Yield||2.80 (5.52%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
This weekend's Barron's examines how the world's largest retailer is getting its growth back on track. Other featured articles discuss an upscale furnishings retailer with pricey shares and a Chinese telecom ...
China Mobile is one of the world’s largest telecom companies, with a cellular customer base of 874 million and annual revenue of $112 billion. As a result, China Mobile’s U.S.-listed shares (CHL) have performed poorly in recent years, despite the company’s strong market position and solid outlook. China Mobile also paid a special dividend of $1.84 a share in August to mark its 20th anniversary as a public company.
China's economic rebalancing means an overvalued basic materials sector, but consumption growth creates opportunities in areas such as telecom.
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For more than 15 years, Causeway Capital Management has reliably provided investors with disciplined exposure to out-of-favor foreign large-cap stocks. Co-founded by Sarah Ketterer and Harry Hartford, the Los Angeles–based firm has an excellent long-term track record, even though recent results have been weaker, owing to the vogue for growth. Its flagship fund, Causeway International Value (CIVVX), has beaten its peers over one, three, five, 10, and 15 years, as well as this year.
Emerging markets equities are setting a scintillating pace this year and China, the largest developing economy, is a big reason why. The largest China exchange traded fund listed in the U.S. is up more ...
MKM Partners Last week, China Mobile initiated a tender for 42,200 Optical line side ports. According to our checks, this tender is part of China Mobile’s Phase 13 Provincial backbone network slated to be built in 2018. It joins China Mobile’s (CHL) Phase 12 national backbone expansion in terms of tenders that have been let with vendor awards made, but where the bulk of orders have not yet started through the supply chain.
Analysts today continue to assess the importance of an apparent large order put forward for fiber optic components from China’s largest telco, China Mobile (CHL) last week, which has been a source of some debate on the Street as to its impact on Lumentum (LITE), Finisar (FNSR), and other component suppliers. You’ll recall that several analysts pointed out on Thursday that there were details missing from the China Mobile tender that are important to gauge the value of the potential contract. B. Riley & Co.’s Dave Kang, who follows Oclaro (OCLR), and rates its stock a Buy, and who sounded a cautious note on Thursday, today reports on having spoken with management of the company about the deal, in which “the primary topic of discussion was the implications of the recently-announced China Mobile tender for 42k ports." Basically, there’s still a lot of uncertainty: OCLR was quick to point out that the tender was very preliminary and that both size and mix were critical factors as to magnitude of the development.
Eye-catching dividends from PetroChina Co. to China Mobile Ltd. have got investors excited, hopeful the country’s state-run behemoths are heeding Beijing’s call to revolutionize their approach to shareholder ...
China Mobile (CHL) recently made a tender offer for new optical-related equipment, specifically for 42k WDM / OTN optical networking ports. While SunTrust Robinson Humphrey's William Stein writes that he was surprised by the move, and there wasn't much detail, he still thinks that it's good news, as it removes an overhang among communications infra-exposed semiconductor firms. Stein writes that the China Mobile tender may be the largest order ever placed by the company for optical transport network equipment.
While bulls this morning sounded a cautious note about a return to health in fiber-optic components, at least one observer was fairly certain that things are off to the races. Jefferies & Co. analyst Edison Lee, who follows shares of Chinese optical equipment vendor ZTE (0763HK), thinks an order disclosed yesterday by China Mobile (CHL) is meaningful to the market. ZTE is a customer to component suppliers such as Lumentum (LITE) and Finisar (FNSR).
Shares of fiber-optic component vendors continue to be on the march this morning, in early trading, following word yesterday afternoon China Mobile (CHL) has put out a “tender” for a large purchase of optical gear, perhaps signaling some relief to the vendors, who’ve struggled all year with a slowdown in the Chinese market. As demand rebounds it is likely to cause some inventory rebuild. B. Riley’s Dave Kang writes that it’s not clear if this is actually a big deal.
Many Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) investors and analysts remain optimistic that the launch of the iPhone 8 sometime in September or October will spur another huge iPhone supercycle similar to that by iPhone 6. The iPhone 6 launch in the summer of 2014 was an unprecedented success primarily because it met the pent-up demand for a larger screen. Many Wall Street pundits believe that a new OLED display, among other shiny new features, will be enough to persuade many people to ditch their old iPhones for the newest Apple iteration.
China Telecom , the smallest of the three Chinese wireless carriers, published its first half 2017 interim results on Wednesday, reporting moderate earnings growth, driven primarily by soaring mobile data consumption. In this note we provide some of the key takeaways from the company’s earnings.
Announcement: Moody's: China Mobile's solid 1 H 2017 results support its A1 ratings. Global Credit Research- 11 Aug 2017. Hong Kong, August 11, 2017-- Moody's Investors Service says that China Mobile Limited's ...
China Mobile, China’s largest wireless carrier, published its first half 2017 interim results on Thursday, August 10, reporting reasonably strong service revenue growth, driven by its recent wireless and wireline broadband subscriber additions, as well as soaring data consumption.
Sarah Ketterer, Causeway Capital Management CEO and portfolio manager, shares her top stock picks ahead of an expected rate hike and as the Fed begins tightening. And Jason Trennert, Strategas Research Partners, weighs in.