TLS.AX - Telstra Corporation Limited

ASX - ASX Delayed price. Currency in AUD
3.70
+0.02 (+0.54%)
At close: 4:00PM AEDT
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Previous close3.68
Open3.66
Bid4.07 x 69619900
Ask3.41 x 14388400
Day's range3.65 - 3.71
52-week range3.34 - 5.29
Volume29,545,077
Avg. volume28,296,173
Market cap43.952B
Beta0.79
PE ratio (TTM)11.38
EPS (TTM)0.32
Earnings date15 Feb. 2018
Forward dividend & yield0.25 (8.50%)
Ex-dividend date2017-08-30
1y target est3.82
  • AAP3 days ago

    Telstra spends $72.5m on spectrum for 5G

    Telstra has splurged more than $72 million on additional mobile spectrum in a bid to back its current mobile network and support the development of 5G technology. Of the country's largest carriers, the telco snapped up the most mobile bandwidth ranges at the government spectrum auction which netted almost $93 million from Telstra, Optus, TPG, Vodafones and NBN Co combined. Telstra picked up 17 of the total 39 lots available, with the biggest chunk of its spending spree allocated to a block of 3.4Ghz spectrum in Brisbane.

  • Will the NBN price cut bring earnings cheer to Telstra Corporation Ltd shareholders?
    Motley Fool3 days ago

    Will the NBN price cut bring earnings cheer to Telstra Corporation Ltd shareholders?

    The telecommunication sector is likely to be the only sector to finish the year in the red. But can changes to the NBN wholesale price deliver an earnings present to Telstra Corporation Ltd (ASX:TLS) and friends?

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  • Optus to compensate customers for slow NBN
    AAP6 days ago

    Optus to compensate customers for slow NBN

    Optus will compensate almost 9,000 customers after failing to provide them with the fast national broadband network services it promised. Optus admitted it may have breached consumer law by misleading customers when promoting NBN speeds it unable to deliver. Rival Telstra recently announced it would compensate 42,000 customers after a consumer watchdog investigation found that many customers could not receive the maximum speed listed on their plan, or even a lower-speed plan.

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  • AAP13 days ago

    Telstra adds a billion on buy rating

    Telstra's shares have hit a one-month high after analysts upgraded the telco to a buy rating, saying the temporary halt of the rollout of the national broadband network will be "modestly financially positive". NBN Co announced the short-term suspension earlier last week saying it will allow the company time to work on measures to make connecting and using the service better, and improve its reliability.

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  • Telstra cuts FY18 guidance on NBN delay
    AAP16 days ago

    Telstra cuts FY18 guidance on NBN delay

    Telstra has cut its full-year guidance for earnings and revenue, blaming the temporary suspension of the national broadband network HFC rollout by NBN Co for impacting its financials. The telco giant has reduced its 2017/18 revenue estimate by $700 million, and is now forecasting full-year revenue to be between $27.6 billion and $29.5 billion. Earnings are expected to be $600 million lower, and between $10.1 billion and $10.6 billion, Telstra said.

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  • Telstra Cuts Profit Forecast on NBN Delay, Reaffirms Payout View
    Bloomberg16 days ago

    Telstra Cuts Profit Forecast on NBN Delay, Reaffirms Payout View

    Telstra Corp., Australia’s biggest phone company, expects a A$600 million ($453 million) hit to profit this year after the government-run NBN Co. suspended sales of broadband connections that run over ...

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  • Telstra, banks and miners weigh on market
    AAP19 days ago

    Telstra, banks and miners weigh on market

    The share market ended a day of fluctuating fortunes slightly weaker, amid falls for the heavyweight banks, miners and telcos. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 stock index dropped 4.5 points, or 0.1 per cent, ...

  • Telstra, banks, miners pull market lower
    AAP19 days ago

    Telstra, banks, miners pull market lower

    The share market ended a day of fluctuating fortunes slightly weaker, amid falls for the heavyweight banks, miners and telcos. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 stock index dropped 4.5 points, or 0.1 per cent, to 5,984.3 points. A lack of momentum is making it difficult for the market to leave the 6,000 point level behind, Macquarie Private Wealth division director Martin Lakos said.

  • Telstra says 5G will not supersede NBN
    AAP19 days ago

    Telstra says 5G will not supersede NBN

    Telstra boss Andy Penn expects many of the telco's customers to switch over to mobile from fixed broadband services when its 5G network is launched, but says it will not supersede the national broadband network. Speaking at a business briefing in Sydney, Mr Penn said a 5G mobile network will not be able to achieve the same level of capacity as the fixed line network due to cost restraints. "Yes, 5G will definitely enable many customers to switch to mobile in preference to a fixed broadband service at home.

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  • Aust shares have choppy start, miners down
    AAP19 days ago

    Aust shares have choppy start, miners down

    Weaker commodity prices have weighed on resources stocks and Telstra is losing ground but the Australian share market is slightly stronger in early trade. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index was up 0.2 per cent, at 5999.1 points after the first half-hour of trade, with the major miners weaker and Telstra continuing to fall after NBN Co announced it will temporarily suspend the national broadband network rollout so it can improve service quality. OptionsXpress market analyst Ben Le Brun said weaker commodity prices overnight was the catalyst for weakness in local mining stocks.

  • Will the Telstra Corporation Ltd share price fall further in 2018?
    Motley Fool19 days ago

    Will the Telstra Corporation Ltd share price fall further in 2018?

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  • AAP20 days ago

    Telstra shares sink on NBN rollout delay

    Telstra shares have sunk after NBN Co said it will temporarily suspend the national broadband network rollout so it can work on improving the quality of the service. The company tasked with building the NBN says it will suspend the rollout of the hybrid coaxial-fibre (HFC) network for six to nine months, from December 11, so it can work on measures to make connecting and using the service better, and to improve its reliability. "There will be a delay of the current rollout timing of new HFC areas while the company undertakes this work in both the existing footprint and areas not previously declared ready for service," NBN Co said in a statement on Monday.

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  • Telstra Corporation Ltd flags NBN bashing may hurt next year’s revenues
    Motley Fool20 days ago

    Telstra Corporation Ltd flags NBN bashing may hurt next year’s revenues

    Telstra Corporation Ltd (ASX:TLS) may have its NBN payments delayed due to the mess at the NBN Co.

  • Business Wire23 days ago

    Australia Telco Company Profiles 2017 - Telstra, Optus and Vodafone - Research and Markets

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