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Telstra (TLS) Shares Recommendation


UBS currently has a Neutral 2 rating for Telstra (TLS) shares and a price target of $3.66 (based on DCF-based PT). UBS has observed that Telstra (TLS) has rebranded their Yellow operations to reflect the structural shift in the advertising directory business from print to online. Telstra hopes that the services: Yellow in the Car; Yellow Mobile; Home at Yellow and Yellow Offers "will extend the value proposition to advertisers via targeted marketing and increased access." The stock analyst has noted that in "FY06A Yellow grew 5.8% (print 2%) representing 64% of Sensis revenues (print 57%).

Telstra (TLS) Share Recommendation


Credit Suisse have rates the Telstra (TLS) stock as Outperform with a share price target of $4.78. The stock analysts have pointed out that the government's $8 billion share sale will see it removed as a majority share holder, and in the analysts view this will provide the company with more flexibility to remove inefficiencies. Meanwhile Merrill Lynch have rated the stock as a Sell, Low Risk. In the stock brokers opinion, they see continuing weakness for the stock price until T3 is sold off. They value TLS at $3.28 per share. SB Citigroup also lists the telco as a Sell, Medium Risk.

Telstra (TLS) Stock Recommendation


The Telstra (TLS) stock has been in the limelight for quite some time now, with the government currently contemplating whether or not the sell their share, to sell some of it or none at all. With the stock price hitting all time lows, let's have a hear of what some stockbrokers have to say: ABN Amro has a Hold recommendation, a share price target and valuation at $4.11. Credit Suisse have an Outperform rating for the Telstra (TLS) stock and a share price target of $4.78.

Quick Australian Stock Tips


A compilation of updates by brokers:

Telstra Share Price Concerns & Outlook


The Inside Business report with Alan Kohler on Sunday interviewed three senior Telstra executives and survivors - David Moffatt, who's in charge of marketing and the phone business, Bigpond boss Justin Milne and Bruce Akhurst, who runs Sensis and looks after Telstra's interest in Foxtel. As a short term trader - I'm not in the game for trading Telstra.

Telstra Corporation (TLS) Stock Recommendation


UBS currently rates Telstra Corporation (TLS) with a Neutral 2 recommendation with a share price target of $3.85. UBS values Telstra at $3.85, based on FY07E DCF-based valuation. Telstra Corporation Limited is listed on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) under stock code TLS. Check your charts!

Telstra (TLS) Stock Tip


SB Citigroup has rated the Telstra (TLS) stock as a Sell, Low Risk. SB Citigroup has commented that having looked at foreign examples they have decided that Telstra cannot make a positive return on FTTN unless it can increase access charges. Regulatory uncertainty will remain until late 2007, so the broker has pushed its FTTN roll-out assumption to 2H08.

Telstra a Long Term Buy


An article from the Intelligent Investor reckons Telstra is a Long Term buy. The Telstra share price is hovering at absolute lows and it is tempting to buy into the stock on the principle of buying stocks cheap in the hope for selling it high. But according to the subscription service that now is the opportunity to get into this blue chip stock. They did recommend the stock earlier in October 2005 long Term Buy at $4.22. People who bought it at those levels must be hurting though. They also recommended the stock in February 2006 at the price $4.06.

Telstra [TLS] is Something Absolutely Not Something You Would Want to Trade


Telstra fell to record lows during this week, hitting $3.66 - just 26 cents above that T1 investors paid in 1997 and about half of what investors paid for T2. And you think the Aussie Government is going to offload this ailing stock to T3 in during the coming year? Who knows? But there is one thing I know - it is highly unlikely for this stock to see some miracle recovery over the next year.

More Quickies: Citibank and UBS Recommendations for WPL, WOR and TLS + Gold


Citigroup Investment Research reiterates their Buy recommendation for Woodside Petroleum (WPL) and lifts their target price from $47.00 to $48.90.

Meanwhile, UBS has a BUY 2 recommendation for WorleyParsons Ltd [WOR] with a target of $19.40. On another stock, UBS has Telstra [TLS] with a NEUTRAL 2 recommendation and a price target of $4.40.

Maquarie Research Equities (MRE) thought Gold looked good technically - have a look at your charts! Besides trading the gold commodity directly you may want to consider looking at Lihir Gold (LHG) and Newcrest Mining (NCM).

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