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AAF Airtel Africa Plc

118.90
0.00 (0.00%)
Last Updated: 13:32:05
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Airtel Africa Plc LSE:AAF London Ordinary Share GB00BKDRYJ47 ORD USD0.50
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 118.90 118.80 119.00 119.60 118.30 119.50 719,584 13:32:05
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Radiotelephone Communication 5B -165M -0.0441 -26.92 4.44B
Airtel Africa Plc is listed in the Radiotelephone Communication sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AAF. The last closing price for Airtel Africa was 118.90p. Over the last year, Airtel Africa shares have traded in a share price range of 90.35p to 132.50p.

Airtel Africa currently has 3,741,411,872 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Airtel Africa is £4.44 billion. Airtel Africa has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -26.92.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/5/2024
19:00
The company/business seems well run still.
Too bad of the extreme devaluation of mostly the Naira past 12 months.
Hopefully this stabalises, but that's outside of the company's control.
What's in their control is to shift USD denominated debt to local currency debt, whhich they're doing.

Also good to see how quickly they've simultaniously made progress on reducing the useless debt at HoldCo (completely gone this month).
The buyback program is also very welcome at these valuations. With HoldCo debt gone, more room should be freed up.
Hopefully next priorities are a mix of debt reduction in local currencies and more buybacks as long as the stock remains cheap.
And of course progress on an ipo or spin off for Airtel/Mobile Money would be a huge value unlock.

luweiluwei
09/5/2024
16:05
The fog is really all about the governance of the countries in which the company operates. If the governments get their act together, there’s a fabulous opportunity for Africa to continue its development into a substantial economic force. But they keep blowing it.
saltaire111
09/5/2024
13:53
Indeed...would be good to see some progress on the Mobile money spin off. I will keep on the sidelines and learning from afar. Possible value on offer but lots of fog..
dexterburt1
09/5/2024
13:45
AA is a fabulous business in a dodgy market.
saltaire111
09/5/2024
08:04
Still a massive write off on Forex issues, until that is sorted, Imo sort of relying on share buybacks to keep share price up? Views? DYOR
qs99
28/4/2024
17:17
I guess despite the currency devaluation they've managed to grow USD earnings and have suggested they'll be able to manage further devaluation through growth. More problematic seems the ability to repatriate cash and the effective tax rates. The headwinds are more than priced I'd say. Good write up here:https://www.biremecapital.com/cio-corner/airtel-africa
dexterburt1
15/4/2024
18:06
Just looked at this for the first time. Tricky analysis: AAF earns income in depreciating currencies and pays for the infrastructure in hard currencies. FY23 accounts shows its debt is two-thirds in USD, but probably that will fall when the $550m of head office debt is paid down in May.

This problem will not go away as their expectation is for technology obsolescence every ten years so a new round of capex - importing the latest tech - will be needed in hard currency again.

YoY revenues in constant currencies are rising strongly, but it doesn't appear to have the ability to raise rates easily in Nigeria, where the black market rate FX and market FX rates have recently been equalised, halving the balance sheet value of AAFs assets. Are the market rates and black market rates already diverging again? Who knows?

Nigeria is 40% of revenues and similar shares of EBITDA and capex.

Also, I don't know how they lost $245m on their FX hedges: I'd have expected them to pay out when the currency was devalued?? Unless this is a loss on the translation of their foreign assets into USD after devaluation, and is just inaccurately described?

Too complicated/difficult for me to invest...

5teadyeddie
13/4/2024
12:27
The July 2022 highs around 165p would prob equate to 180p area today with the amount of buybacks since then.
This will be comfortably hit 200p in next 12 months IMO.
GLA.

hamhamham1
04/4/2024
08:51
(Sharecast News) - Indian Continent Investment, a firm linked to Airtel Africa non-executive director Shravin Bharti Mittal, added to its stake in the telecommunications group ahead of the Easter break.

On 28 March, the firm purchased approximately 1.140m shares, at £1.0593 apiece, through the London Stock Exchange.

The total transaction amount reached £1,207,338.17.

It followed a flurry of other large share purchases throughout the latter half of the second quarter.

wsm812
26/3/2024
16:18
These are huge purchases, presume that is a good sign directors spending so much money? DYOR and IMO! views?

With further share buy-backs, should we see this trend back towards £1.20?

qs99
26/3/2024
15:50
Interesting, decent size purchases.
qs99
26/3/2024
15:13
Large Mittal purchasesHTTps://www.voxmarkets.co.uk/rns/announcement/54789fa7-7f41-48c6-9899-e95a3406a4efAirtel Africa PLC - Director/PDMR Shareholding #AAF HTTps://www.voxmarkets.co.uk/rns/announcement/47d51162-f1b2-427f-96ec-9c2074581af9 #voxmarkets
pharmaboy3
25/3/2024
13:57
Yes, it has found its legs.
peddlers
25/3/2024
13:30
Good to see it above £1! DYOR
qs99
19/3/2024
21:25
This is some collapse. Always knew there was risk, but this is not a small company.
saltaire111
19/3/2024
17:41
The seller continues
cupra kid
15/3/2024
15:59
Certainly appear cheap at these levels.
I'm in at £1.05 so I'm tempted to top up as it pushes forward

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peddlers
15/3/2024
15:21
At least with that Singapore Slinger out of the way the share price shouldn't be held back anymore.
wsm812
14/3/2024
08:09
Bought in at a lower price than they are buying themselves! haha
wsm812
13/3/2024
17:13
Interesting news about potential listing on money side, could be $4bn value alone.
Ridiculously undervalued company currently.

hamhamham1
29/2/2024
11:59
Im in at this price. Great potential.
sig1978
27/2/2024
15:39
Bought in today @ 94p.
This will double that in 18 months IMO.

hamhamham1
26/2/2024
15:18
Added 95p fingers crossed
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