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30/9/2016
09:20
Allianz Tech Daily Update: Allianz Tech is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ATT. The last closing price for Allianz Tech was 754.25p.
Allianz Tech has a 4 week average price of 735.55p and a 12 week average price of 731.10p.
The 1 year high share price is 795p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0p.
There are currently 26,027,426 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 29,447 shares. The market capitalisation of Allianz Tech is £196,311,860.61.
08/12/2006
12:28
ariane: alcatel i wouldn't try to out guess the market.there are no guarantees,this is a speculative share buy. http://www.alcatel-lucent.com/wps/portal/AboutUs there appears to be a chance that the share price will rise over the next 12 months during this time i might then well sell. downside seems to be 8 euros with upside 14 euros plus. enjoy your weekend maywillow de la Grupo guitarLumber
01/12/2006
21:10
ariane: Alcatel-Lucent Favored by Banc of America, Prudential (Update1) By Ari Levy Dec. 1 (Bloomberg) -- Shares of Alcatel-Lucent, the world's biggest maker of telecommunications gear, will gain as the newly formed company reduces costs and adds clients, Banc of America Securities and Prudential Equity Group Inc. predicted. The company, the result of Alcatel SA's $11.6 billion purchase of Lucent Technologies Inc. yesterday, will profit as more customers seek to offer Internet-based television, or IPTV, and wireless broadband, Banc of America analyst Tim Long and Prudential's Inder Singh said in reports today. Long initiated coverage with a ``buy'' recommendation and Singh rates the stock ``overweight.'' The combination gives Alcatel-Lucent better products in sectors with faster-growing sales, and will help the company increase operating margins to 15.5 percent in 2008 from 12.4 percent next year, Long said. ``We believe the shares are very attractive at current levels, particularly since margins are growing,'' he said. Operating margins are profit minus the cost of goods sold and selling, general and administrative expenses. Before the deal, Long rated Alcatel ``buy'' and Lucent ``neutral.'' Singh had ``overweight'' ratings on both. Long's 12-month price estimate of $15 for Alcatel-Lucent is 13 percent higher than where the shares started trading. Alcatel- Lucent's American depositary receipts, which are equal to one ordinary share in France, rose 1 cent to $13.29 as of 2:31 p.m. on the New York Stock Exchange. The combination of Paris-based Alcatel and Murray Hill, New Jersey-based Lucent created a company with annual sales of about $25 billion, surpassing Stockholm-based Ericsson AB. Alcatel- Lucent forecast cost savings of 1.4 billion euros ($1.86 billion) in three years and plans to cut 9,000 jobs worldwide. `Formidable' Competitor ``The company appears well positioned to remain a formidable competitor in the industry,'' wrote Singh, who has a $23 share- price forecast over the next 12 to 18 months. He expects 12,000 to 13,000 job cuts, ``which would accelerate merger savings into 2008.'' Banc of America didn't participate in the deal, announced in April. Goldman Sachs Group Inc. advised Alcatel and JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Morgan Stanley provided advice to Lucent. To contact the reporter on this story: Ari Levy in San Francisco at alevy5@bloomberg.net . Last Updated: December 1, 2006 14:38 EST http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601204&sid=aoRf6Ns98jBU&refer=technology
25/10/2006
05:23
waldron: Alcatel Shares Gain as Lucent Earnings Beat Estimates (Update1) By Rudy Ruitenberg Oct. 24 (Bloomberg) -- Alcatel SA shares rose the most in two years after Lucent Technologies Inc., soon to be a unit of the French network-equipment maker, reported profit that beat analysts' estimates. Lucent said net income was little changed at $371 million, or 7 cents a share. Analysts including Alexander Henderson at Citigroup Inc. had expected Lucent earnings to drop. Paris-based Alcatel, reporting at the same time, said today profit fell to 155 million euros ($194 million), or 11 cents a share, from 266 million euros, or 19 cents, a year earlier. Consolidation among phone companies such as AT&T Inc. have given them stronger negotiating positions, forcing network equipment suppliers to merge. Alcatel Chief Executive Officer Serge Tchuruk agreed in April to buy Murray Hill, New Jersey- based Lucent in a $13.4 billion stock swap to gain size and compete against Ericsson AB and Nokia Siemens Networks. ``This puts Alcatel in a good position for its fusion with Lucent,'' said Jean-Edouard Reymond, a fund manager at Union Bancaire Gestion Institutionnelle SA in Paris, which oversees about $63 billion, including Alcatel shares. ``The good earnings reports should reassure the stock market.'' Alcatel shares rose 69 cents, or 7.2 percent, to close at 10.29 euros in Paris, the biggest gain since October 2004. Lucent shares rose as much as 20 cents, or 8.6 percent, to $2.54, the biggest gain since May 2005, and traded at $2.51 as of 12:39 p.m. in New York Stock Exchange composite trading. Lucent Sales Lucent's fiscal fourth-quarter sales increased for the first time in a year, rising 5.3 percent to $2.56 billion, beating the average $2.39 billion estimate of 20 analysts Thomson surveyed. ``There's been an up-tick in spending'' for more advanced network equipment by Lucent's customers such as Verizon Wireless, said Richard Windsor, an analyst at Nomura Securities in London, who rates Alcatel and Lucent shares ``neutral.'' ``That's mostly software upgrades, which have very nice profit margins.'' Alcatel's net income had been expected to drop 36 percent to 169 million euros, the median estimate of 17 analysts surveyed by Bloomberg News. The company had a gain of 91 million euros from the sale of satellite assets in the year-earlier quarter. Alcatel's third-quarter operating profit fell 7.2 percent to 258 million euros from 278 million euros a year earlier. Analysts in the survey had expected operating profit of 262 million euros. ``Sales were a bit less than expected, but they published operating profit that was in line,'' said Reymond at Union Bancaire Gestion Institutionnelle. He said the earnings report ``validates the idea of a share price at 12 to 14 euros.'' Before the announcement, shares of Alcatel had fallen 8.3 percent this year, compared with a 12 percent drop for Lucent shares and a 15 percent gain in France's benchmark CAC 40 index. Competitive Market In the fixed-line business, the biggest supplier of asymmetric digital subscriber lines, or ADSL, which allow high- speed hookups via traditional copper phone lines, Alcatel's operating profit rose 25 percent to 151 million euros. In the mobile communications unit, whose products include wireless base stations, profit slumped 45 percent to 64 million euros. ``It's clear that the competitive positioning has gotten a little tougher in mobile, and we don't expect that to ameliorate in the next several quarters, hence the consolation,'' Alcatel Chief Operating Officer Mike Quigley said on a conference call today. He said the Alcatel-Lucent combination will rank third globally in mobile infrastructure, with 18 percent of the market. In the second quarter of 2006, the market for mobile- infrastructure equipment fell 3 percent from a year earlier, researcher Dell'Oro Group said in an August report. Gaining Size Alcatel's Lucent purchase, which is valued at $10.6 billion at current share prices, will combine the world's biggest maker of broadband Internet equipment with the largest U.S. producer of phone gear. Alcatel shareholders will control about 60 percent of the combined company. ``Fundamentals for the merger are good and strategically it makes sense,'' Nomura's Windsor said. ``The execution will be phenomenally difficult and we've penciled in only half of the savings the companies expect.'' The companies' shareholders approved the combination on Sept. 7, and the last remaining condition is approval by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S. ``The structure of the company will significantly change in the coming quarter, therefore we will not be providing company specific guidance,'' the company said. The Alcatel-Lucent merger will be done ``in a few weeks,'' Tchuruk said in a conference call. The fourth quarter will be ``strong,'' Chief Financial Officer Jean-Pascal Beaufret said in a conference call, without giving further details. Merger Mania Swedish rival Ericsson AB agreed in October 2005 to buy Marconi Corp.'s broadband Internet and telecommunications assets for 1.2 billion pounds ($2.25 billion) to expand in fixed-line equipment. Following both deals, Nokia Oyj and Siemens AG in June agreed to combine their telecommunications network-equipment units to create a company with sales of about 15.8 billion euros. Lucent Chief Executive Officer Patricia Russo will take on day-to-day management of Alcatel Lucent, while Alcatel's Tchuruk will be chairman. The companies have said they will fire 9,000 workers to help save $1.7 billion within three years, with 55 percent of the savings coming from job cuts. The combination of Alcatel and Lucent will challenge Cisco Systems Inc., the largest maker of computer networking gear. The combined company will have annual sales of about $25 billion, surpassing Stockholm-based Ericsson, the world's biggest maker of mobile-phone networks. To contact the reporter on this story: Rudy Ruitenberg in Paris at rruitenberg@bloomberg.net . Last Updated: October 24, 2006 12:44 EDT http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601090&sid=aAskvaQHbDEI&refer=france
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