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Allianz Technology Daily Update: Allianz Technology Trust Plc is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ATT. The last closing price for Allianz Technology was 2,680p.
Allianz Technology Trust Plc has a 4 week average price of 2,475p and a 12 week average price of 2,205p.
The 1 year high share price is 2,805p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1,176p.
There are currently 41,420,668 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 121,042 shares. The market capitalisation of Allianz Technology Trust Plc is £1,114,215,969.20.
ali47fish: Att rns about issuing shares and placing programme- is this any good? no idea wheter the placing is good? any comments from investors familiar with this mattrer please!
typo56: ATT gets promoted to the FTSE 250 on Monday (27th April).
basstrend: I hold six investment trusts in my SIPP, including ATT and they all took a severe bashing last week. ATT fell by a whopping 18.95% !! In just one week the average drop was 17%, which is quite a bit higher than the global markets dropped in the last week. ATT was the worst hit. Not sure I understand why ITs suffered worse (other than travel related stocks) compared to other stocks and indices.. clearly tech was certainly out of favour. Anyway, here's the drop I observed on the 6 trusts mentioned above, in the last 5 market days only - 18.95% ATT - Allianz Technology Trust 18.28% THRG - BlackRock Throgmorton Trust 18.85% MNL - Manchester & London Inv Trust 14.86% PCT - Polar Capital Trust 13.69% SMT - Scottish Mortgage Trust 17.39% SSON - Smithson Inv Trust NB the average 5 day drop across these 6 IT's is: 17% - quite shocking really!
3rd eye: I pointed this one out first thing as one to take a good look at and consider. ATT Alianz Technology Trust.
riskvsreward: not really. nav down a lot last week so price is catching up.
praipus: Can anyone tell me if Richard Holway MBE is still associated with this trust? Been over the ATT website and cant find the divi dates anyone know them?
grupo guitarlumber: Alcatel-Lucent Alcatel warns again on FY sales, announces 4,000 further job cuts UPDATE (updates with CEO comments on recent sales trends, news of CFO departure) PARIS (Thomson Financial) - Alcatel-Lucent unveiled a plan to accelerate its restructuring by cutting 4,000 more jobs by 2009, at the low end of market expectations, and also warned uncertainty in its markets means full-year sales will come in at the low end of guidance. In a conference call with journalists following the release of third-quarter results, chief executive Patricia Russo said the decision to downgrade sales guidance for 2007 to the bottom of the range was notably due to the US wireline business, where orders for new connections has been hit by a soft housing market. Previously the group had blamed soft spending among US mobile operators for weak sales. "We are seeing a big slowdown in spending in the wireline part of the market, particularly around North America," Russo said. "Some of that is related to the housing issue: new lines, new homes, et cetera." US Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson said yesterday that the US housing market has not yet hit bottom and US consumer confidence yesterday hit a two-year low. This appears to be having an impact on Alcatel's sales: "Fairly recently we are seeing some further signs of softness with respect to spending," Russo said. The company's chief financial officer, Jean-Pascal Beaufret revealed on the same call that he is leaving the company, as part of a "streamlining" of top management. But Russo, widely reported to be under threat, said she has been given no ultimatum, adding that the board "fully supports" her revamped restructuring plan. Beaufret will stay on during a transition period for the next few weeks, and will be replaced by Hubert de Pesquidoux, whio currently heads Alcatel-Lucent's Enterprise Group. The company said it has established a seven-member management committee reporting directly to Russo which it hopes will create a "more focused and efficient operating model." Russo also ruled out any disposal of the wireless business and said the group has no plans to exit any major markets. Instead, Alcatel-Lucent is relying on staff cuts to achieve gross margins "in the high 30s and operating margins of 10 pct or better" in the "post integration phase" which is set for 2010. Estimates in recent days given in the press and cited by analysts went from under 4,000 job cuts into the tens of thousands. The cuts are expected to result in "incremental savings of 400 mln eur in gross margin and comparable operating expenses by the end of year 2009," the group said in a statement. The savings will come on top of the 1.7 bln eur in annual synergies already announced, and the company said it still expects to achieve 600 mln eur of this in 2007. But Russo declined to give guidance for 2008 savings. Alcatel said third-quarter like-for-like operating expenses fell 5.6 pct year on year. Looking ahead, company said it still expects a "solid ramp-up" in fourth quarter sales over the third quarter 2007. But for the full year, "given some of the recent uncertainty seen in the market" sales are likely to be "around flat... which is at the low end of the range previously provided," compared to guidance for flat-to-higher just a month ago. Alcatel warned on third-quarter profits on Sept 13, shifting market attention firmly on to the restructuring plan. The company made a third quarter net loss in the period of 318 mln eur, narrowing from 59 mln in the previous quarter and the operating loss was 74 mln, narrowing from 206 mln. Sales were 4.350 bln eur, almost unchanged from 4.326 bln in the previous quarter. The gross margin in the third quarter was 34.2 pct up from 33.4 pct in the second quarter. Oddo analysts had cited a market consensus for operating profit in the third quarter of 20 mln eur on sales of 4.375 bln and a net loss of 100 mln. Returning to strategy, Russo said Alcatel-Lucent's plan for the high-growth emerging market's, where it faces fierce price competition from low-cost rivals such as China's Huawei and ZTE, is to be "a bit more selective in terms of finding the balance between growing the business and (protecting) the margins." "We are participating I think rather well there" and the group aims to improve its margins in emerging zones "over time," she said. mrg/jms/mrg/jms
grupo guitarlumber: Alcatel-Lucent "buy" Tuesday, October 23, 2007 8:31:05 AM ET Dresdner Kleinwort Wasser. LONDON, October 23 ( - Analysts at Dresdner Kleinwort maintain their "buy" rating on Alcatel-Lucent (CGE.ETR). The target price is set to €8. In a research note published this morning, the analysts mention that the company is likely to step up its restructuring efforts and dispose additional assets to fund these initiatives. Alcatel-Lucent may guide to robust revenue growth and operating surplus for the seasonally-strong fourth quarter, the analysts add.
waldron: Alcatel Lucent "sell" Wednesday, April 25, 2007 4:29:49 AM ET Dresdner Kleinwort Wasser. LONDON, April 25 ( - In a research note published yesterday, analyst Per Lindberg of Dresdner Kleinwort maintains his "sell" rating on Alcatel Lucent (CGE.ETR). The target price is set to €8.
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 . Last Updated: October 24, 2006 12:44 EDT
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