TLS.AX - Telstra Corporation Limited

ASX - ASX Delayed price. Currency in AUD
3.47
0.00 (0.00%)
At close: 4:00PM AEDT
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Previous close3.47
Open3.47
Bid3.74 x 1991300
Ask3.22 x 49371800
Day's range3.45 - 3.48
52-week range3.37 - 5.29
Volume15,505,936
Avg. volume25,843,442
Market cap41.22B
Beta0.79
PE ratio (TTM)10.68
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.25 (8.50%)
Ex-dividend date2017-08-30
1y target estN/A
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    AAP16 days ago

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  • AAP21 days ago

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    Telstra drives into IoT with MTData buy

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    'Sleepless nights' on Telstra dividend cut

    Telstra chairman John Mullen says the telco's board had "many sleepless nights" agonising over the decision to cut its historically high dividends but making no change would have put the company's balance sheet at risk. Mr Mullen told shareholders at the company's annual general meeting on Tuesday that he realised that the company's recent decision to change its dividend policy was tough on shareholders. "We spent many long hours debating it, many sleepless nights working it through in our minds, knowing full well the impact it would have on our shareholders," Mr Mullen said in Melbourne on Tuesday.

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    Telstra dividend cut 'tough', says Mullen

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    Australia's Telstra profit slumps on competition

    Australia's dominant telecommunications company Telstra Thursday reported a surprise slump in first-half profit with its fixed-line and mobile businesses taking a hit amid increased competition and a shift towards digital. Net profit after tax for the six months to December 31 fell 14.4 percent to Aus$1.79 billion (US$1.38 billion) from the previous corresponding period. The figure sent Telstra's share price tumbling 4.43 percent to Aus$4.96 in mid-day trade in Sydney.