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05/11/200815:32Old Orange - stock, what do I do??!3.00
23/9/200318:53sell, stay or go for france telecom?2.00
03/9/200310:06ORANGE: a sell17.00
07/4/200321:58Short Orange!23.00
09/1/200323:16Any thoughts on ORANGE42.00

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23/9/2003
18:53
tomorton: I have been asked same question by a friend who has a few Orange. France Telecom's share price doesn't suggest the French market is aghast at the prospect and they have just got back into the black after a torrid period. Dividend appears to be 4%, and there's almost nil chance FT will be allowed to disappear like a lot of smaller telecoms. But then there's currency exchange risk, and why would anyone dump money into a lumbering elephant like FT? Any thoughts? Anyone?
22/2/2003
23:10
jarbie: management changes are a significant new factor in the future progress of OGE - new management is expected to serve parent company (FT) and its needs rather than develop OGE - i would expect some fallback in the share price in the mid term but to what level? - probably below 400p, perhaps to 350p - any thoughts?
26/2/2002
10:16
johnnyamerica: 2002-02-26 09:31 RPT STOCKWATCH Sanford Bernstein cuts Orange rating on France Telecom debt Company: FRANCE TELECOM RPT STOCKWATCH Sanford Bernstein cuts Orange rating on France Telecom debt (Repeating to correct spelling of broker first name to Sanford from Samford) LONDON (AFX) - Sanford Bernstein, the US brokerage house, has adopted a more cautious tack on Orange SA amid concerns that that there will be little upside in its share price until the ongoing debt problems at France Telecom are resolved - which could see its parent company forced into an equity issue. In a note published today, the US broker warned that Orange will remain inextricably linked to France Telecom until a "substantial part" of the French incumbent's problems are resolved. Sanford Bernstein said although Orange has a very strong franchise in the UK and France the spectre of an equity offering from France Telecom makes it almost certain that Orange cannot outperform until its parent company's problems are resolved. The broker now feels that, under almost any scenario, France Telecom will be forced to issue equity to make any meaningful progress on its debt burden. As a result, it has cut its price target for France Telecom back to 35 eur from the previous 45 eur. But despite the ratings downgrade for Orange and the price target reduction for France Telecom, both stocks were propelled higher in morning trade by the return of interest in the TMTs after Nasdaq's strong gains overnight. By 8.55 am, Orange shares were up 0.09 eur, or 1.42 pct, at 6.45, with France Telecom 0.44 eur or 1.54 pct higher at 29.07 eur. nm/jmh/cw NNN
26/2/2002
10:15
johnnyamerica: 2002-02-26 09:31 RPT STOCKWATCH Sanford Bernstein cuts Orange rating on France Telecom debt Company: FRANCE TELECOM RPT STOCKWATCH Sanford Bernstein cuts Orange rating on France Telecom debt (Repeating to correct spelling of broker first name to Sanford from Samford) LONDON (AFX) - Sanford Bernstein, the US brokerage house, has adopted a more cautious tack on Orange SA amid concerns that that there will be little upside in its share price until the ongoing debt problems at France Telecom are resolved - which could see its parent company forced into an equity issue. In a note published today, the US broker warned that Orange will remain inextricably linked to France Telecom until a "substantial part" of the French incumbent's problems are resolved. Sanford Bernstein said although Orange has a very strong franchise in the UK and France the spectre of an equity offering from France Telecom makes it almost certain that Orange cannot outperform until its parent company's problems are resolved. The broker now feels that, under almost any scenario, France Telecom will be forced to issue equity to make any meaningful progress on its debt burden. As a result, it has cut its price target for France Telecom back to 35 eur from the previous 45 eur. But despite the ratings downgrade for Orange and the price target reduction for France Telecom, both stocks were propelled higher in morning trade by the return of interest in the TMTs after Nasdaq's strong gains overnight. By 8.55 am, Orange shares were up 0.09 eur, or 1.42 pct, at 6.45, with France Telecom 0.44 eur or 1.54 pct higher at 29.07 eur. nm/jmh/cw NNN
05/3/2001
21:37
topdoggyuk: i wouldnt have bought these in the first week of trading, after that, i would have left it a while longer, i think at todays price, if you buy, then youll have some sort of return rather soon, theres plenty of talk about tech and telecoms stocks rising over the next six months, and it was talk that started the last tech boom, so i would if i did and could afford to hold, hold. Orange have a good product so there is little reason not to beleive theyll be a front runner, dont base a your company prognosys on the nationality of the major share holders, with the discount rate offered and the unfamiliarity of the ecu for british investors this one was never going to take off, but let the markets and the company as a single entity take the share price higher. good luck all
19/2/2001
12:38
mr ljs: What a farce.... Orange advisers reportedly lost over 200 mln stg in flotation LONDON (AFX) - The advisers to Orange PLC's float last week lost over 200 mln stg attempting to prop up the mobile phone company's sliding share price, The Independent on Sunday reported without citing sources. According to the report, Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, which was appointed to stabilise the price on behalf of the other advisers -- Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein and Societe Generale -- is said to have intervened regularly in the face of the heavy selling pressure. The three firms now face a boycott by some investors unhappy about the handling of the float, the report said. France Telecom SA sold 15 pct of Orange nine months after buying it from Vodafone Group PLC. Orange shares are now trading 11 pct lower than their issue price. The report said much of the problem has stemmed from the decision of France Telecom's advisers to issue a convertible bond shortly before the float. A number of hedge funds are thought to have bought the bond and then sold the Orange shares before the float. This pressure is said to have contributed to the decision to knock 4.5 bln stg off the value of Orange, the report sayid One institutional investor said: "I suggest that we will be giving fewer commissions to Morgan Stanley and DKW in the future." How nice of MSDW to jump in to save the ailing Orange. tee he!
18/2/2001
05:51
mrwildjuice: [snip] The trouble lay in the convertible bond that Orange issued at the same time as the float. This can be converted into shares at a later date at the offer price of Eu10. At the time, it seemed a clever way of increasing the funds raised from the float. The trouble was that it gave large investors a one-way bet in the markets, and all investors love a one-way bet. In effect large investors, particularly a number of hedge funds, appear to have bought the convertible bonds and then sold the shares short. This was a no-lose trade. If the Orange share price fell, they could buy back the shares at a lower price and take the profit. If it rose, they could simply wait until they could convert the bonds and then cover their positions at the offer price. It appears that quite a few market professionals spotted this wrinkle. All the short-selling on the first day of trading created its own downward momentum on Orange's shares, generating handsome profits for a small number of traders but dismaying the 1.3m private investors, including 123,000 in the UK, who had rushed to take part in the float. [snip] http://www.telegraph.co.uk/et?ac=000579381554028&rtmo=0x2RKReq&atmo=99999999&pg=/et/01/2/18/ccora18.html
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