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Is an investment in TripAdvisor likely to leave you rested and refreshed, or suffering a holiday hangover? By most traditional financial measures, TripAdvisor's valuation looks quite demanding. Although earnings are only expected to grow by about 12% in 2019 and 2020, the stock trades on 28 times 2019 forecast earnings. We’ve taken a closer look at this business to find out more visit hxxps://
Tripadvisor seems undervalued based on it's growth potential and cash generation. trading at a P/E of about 16 and growing between 20% and 30% a year.
What has happened here? Divi to be paid out as well??
Its the dilution of the shares. 31M now at issue.
anyone out there that can shed light on this company and why they are down 85%
your doomed
Can somebody briefly explain what has gone on leading up to todays bizarre trading??
Credit Suisse Increases Alcatel Target Price Wednesday, February 08, 2006 2:53:44 AM ET Dow Jones Newswires 0643 GMT [Dow Jones] Credit Suisse increases Alcatel (13000.FR) target price to EUR11 from EUR9. Raises '06 EPS by 10% to EUR0.70, and introduces '07 EPS at EUR0.80. Sees a strong revenue growth of circa 10% in '07, coming primarily from fixed line. However, "while we acknowledge endmarket trends for Alcatel are robust, we struggle to justify material upside from current levels." Adds concern over mobile margins remain. Keep neutral recommendation. Shares closed at EUR11.43. (AST)
Alcatel "overweight," target price raised Friday, February 03, 2006 8:46:42 AM ET J.P. Morgan Securities NEW YORK, February 3 ( - Analyst Mark Davies-Jones of JP Morgan reiterates his "overweight" rating on Alcatel (CGE.ETR), while raising his estimates for the company. The target price has been raised from €12 to €13. In a research note published this morning, the analyst mentions that the company has reported its 4Q results ahead of expectations across most financial metrics due to improving demand in the fixed line sector. Alcatel is well positioned to benefit in the near future from the favourable fixed line trends, the analyst says. The company has provided mild guidance for FY06, given limited visibility into the market trends in 2H06. The EPS estimates for 2006 and 2007 have been raised from €0.63 to €0.64 and from €0.67 to €0.71, respectively.
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UBS Lifts Alcatel '06, '07 EPS Estimates Friday, February 03, 2006 4:43:11 AM ET Dow Jones Newswires 0824 GMT [Dow Jones] UBS raises Alcatel's (13000.FR) EPS estimate to EUR0.59 versus EUR0.55 for '06, and to EUR0.69 versus EUR0.64 for '07, after 4Q '05 operating free cash flow cam in much better-than-expected. Company reported EUR939M versus expected EUR509M, UBS says. Lifts price target to EUR13 from EUR11. Keeps neutral recommendation. Shares trade +1.8% at EUR11.8. (DBL)
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Alcatel Outlook Is The Key Point Thursday, February 02, 2006 6:43:24 AM ET Dow Jones Newswires 1019 GMT [Dow Jones]--The real issue for Alcatel (ALA) now is the 06 outlook, says CIC-CM Securities. Says, "the group is upbeat about its growth prospects but more cautious about margins." Adds, "we are going to have to raise our growth forecasts slightly and lower our margin estimate a shade. Overall, we do not at this stage think today's numbers warrant an upgrade." Keeps at hold. Stock +4.4% to EUR11.70. (BJL)
Alcatel Outlook Is The Key Point Thursday, February 02, 2006 6:43:24 AM ET Dow Jones Newswires 1019 GMT [Dow Jones]--The real issue for Alcatel (ALA) now is the 06 outlook, says CIC-CM Securities. Says, "the group is upbeat about its growth prospects but more cautious about margins." Adds, "we are going to have to raise our growth forecasts slightly and lower our margin estimate a shade. Overall, we do not at this stage think today's numbers warrant an upgrade." Keeps at hold. Stock +4.4% to EUR11.70. (BJL)
Alcatel reports 61% leap in net profit February 02, 2006 09:48 French telecom equipment manufacturer Alcatel today reported a 61% increase in net profit for 2005 and forecast that it would outperform the market this year. The group said that net profit had totalled €930m in 2005, swelled by a record profit in the fourth quarter of €344m compared with €7m in the same time of 2004. Sales in 2005 as a whole increased by 7.3% compared with 2004 to €13.1 billion. Alcatel, which was severely hit by the shake-out that followed the end of the Internet and technology boom five years ago, said that it expected the good trading conditions of late 2005 to continue into the first quarter of 2006. The market for telecoms equipment over 2006 was forecast to grow by about 5%, but group chairman and chief executive Serge Tchuruk was confident that sales by Alcatel 'should outpace the carrier market growth for the full year 2006.' He also said that the operating profitability of the group would improve slightly in 2006.
Alcatel wins $2.55bn contract from Telstra Tuesday, November 15, 2005 12:19:43 PM ET LONDON, November 15 ( – French telecom equipment manufacturer Alcatel SA (CGE.ETR) Tuesday announced that it had won a $2.55 billion five-year contract from Sydney-based telecommunications giant, Telstra Corp, to supply a fixed-line network. Paris-based Alcatel has won the lion's share of Telstra's substantial contract awards. Sweden's Ericsson and US-based Cisco Systems have also won contracts from the Australian telephone company. Alcatel said that it would integrate Telstra's voice and data networks into a single core network, based on Internet protocol. The deal with Telstra is the second multi-billion-dollar contract for the world's largest provider of broadband Internet equipment in a month. Alcatel announced a $1.7 billion contract win from US-based SBC Communications in October. Alcatel's share price climbed more than 4.4% in Paris on Tuesday.
German shares AFX at a glance outlook FRANKFURT (AFX) - Shares are seen opening slightly lower as oil prices rose in Asian trade and as investors await a raft of economic data, including Germany's ZEW economic expectations index and US PPI and retail sales, dealers said. At 8.19 am, brokerage Lang & Schwarz indicated the DAX 30 index would open at about 5,081, down some 11 points from yesterday's close at 5,092.43 FORTHCOMING EVENTS TODAY -AWD Q3 results -Q3 preliminary GDP (8.00 am) -ZEW economic expectations index (11.00 am) -European Banking and Insurance Fair (day 2 of 5) TOMORROW -RWE 9-mths results. Opg seen 4.565-4.726 bln eur vs 4.464 -Hochtief press conference at Paddington Bridge construction site, London (1.20 pm) -Ford Europe unveils new models at news conference at Neckarbischofsheim, Germany (9.00 am) -EUROFORUM conference on synthetics, day 1 (10.00 am); attended by ex-CEO of BASF Gottfried Zaby, DuPont Performance Elastomers head John Lewis, other industry executives -European Banking and Insurance Fair (day 3 of 5); Speakers include ECB president Jean-Claude Trichet (9.00 am), German finance minister Hans Eichel (9.00 am), Commerzbank management board member Wolfgang Hartmann (10.00 am), Munich Re CEO Nikolaus von Bomhard (11.30 am) and WestLB management board member Klaus-Michael Geiger TODAY'S PRESS -Salzgitter CEO says co will likely hike div from 0.40 eur/shr in 2004 (Handelsblatt) -Peugeot expects new model launches to lift European market share above 15.5 pct (Die Welt) -Capital Group Companies cuts stake in GEA to 4.985 pct (Boersen-Zeitung) -Otto cuts stake in Deutsche Euroshop to 3.498 pct (Boersen-Zeitung) -Austrian private equity firm AvW eyes acquisition in Germany's financial industry before yr-end (Boersen-Zeitung) -Commerzbank to submit offer for Deutsche Bank, Allianz stakes in Eurohypo this week (Handelsblatt) -Munich Re's Ergo to announce today 200 mln eur savings programme, job cuts (Handelsblatt) -VW still planning second generation of luxury model Phaeton (Handelsblatt) -EU criticises German coalition deal to exempt Telekom broadband net from regulation (Financial Times/ Financial Times Deutschland) -Peugeot CEO says large mergers in auto industry are not 'interesting' (Die Welt) -Bankgesellschaft Berlin's Vetter says many investors interested in Berliner Bank (Sueddeutsche Zeitung) -Infineon supervisory board to discuss split of DRAM ops on Thursday (Sueddeutsche Zeitung) -Infineon set to split DRAM ops from co as prelude to IPO in 2006 (Financial Times/ Financial Times Deutschland) COMPANY NEWS -Infineon to sell US DRAM ops to Micron, non-US to Nanya - analyst -Taiwan's Nanya Technology denies speculation about Infineon DRAM ops -Fraport, Hochtief, BAA submit final bids for Budapest Airport -Commerzbank sells its 2.9 pct stake in Banca Intesa MACRO-ECONOMIC/POLITICAL NEWS -German preliminary Q3 GDP growth 0.6 pct vs Q2; consensus up 0.4 pct MARKET NEWS/SENTIMENT -STOCKWATCH Infineon downgraded to 'reduce' from 'neutral' at UBS -STOCKWATCH Allianz price target raised to 123 eur vs 118 at UBS, still 'neutral.' nm/vs
Alcatel 4Q Vital To Meet FY Target - Lehman Wednesday, October 19, 2005 2:17:27 AM ET Dow Jones Newswires 0611 GMT [Dow Jones] Lehman Brothers expects 3Q to be a transitional period for Alcatel (ALA), with a strong top-line in its fixed line business, but margins held back by investment in new technology. However, more important than 3Q would be an update on Alcatel's expectations for 4Q, given seasonal nature of profitability, and the requirement for good results in that quarter to reach FY target. Remains overweight with EUR12 target price. Shares closed at EUR10.56. (AST)
Doomsday Don Quixote will tilt at asteroids JEREMY WATSON DON Quixote is about to ride again in the service of mankind. A mission into the solar system, named after the famous fictional adventurer, is to crash a spaceship into an asteroid millions of miles from Earth in a Hollywood-style attempt to prove that such a massive body can be deflected off course. A destructive asteroid heading for the planet is the alarming subject of at least two recent blockbuster films. But the European Space Agency is now planning a £100m mission to create such a Hollywood plot for real. Space technology companies are being asked to come up with designs for the two Don Quixote craft by the end of the year. One craft, Sancho, the name of the Spaniard's servant, will be launched first to monitor the arrival of Hidalgo, the aristocratic rank which the Don enjoyed. Hidalgo will then plough into the surface of the asteroid at a speed of 10km a second. The space agency believes the energy caused by the impact will be enough to change the direction of the 500-metre wide asteroid. Such an asteroid would wipe out an area the size of a large city if, as scientists predict will happen at some time in the future, it were to hit the Earth. The British space company, EADS Astrium, based in Hertfordshire, has confirmed it will be bidding for the contract. Andres Galvez, the head of the ESA's Advance Concepts Team, said: "Don Quixote is all about preparing for a case in which we really will have to take action. We are trying to find out the simplest way of preventing an asteroid from hitting Earth." Asteroids of varying sizes have previously hit Earth with devastating consequences but, as the global population has grown, the risk to life has been dramatically increased. Two recent big-budget American disaster movies, Armageddon, starring Bruce Willis and Ben Affleck, and Deep Impact, with Morgan Freeman playing the US president, have focused on attempts to destroy an approaching asteroid and a comet with nuclear bombs planted by astronauts. In both films, the heroes succeed in saving the planet, but space scientists hope the Don Quixote unmanned missions will render such derring-do unnecessary. Two asteroids - known as 2002 AT4 and 1989 ML - have been selected as targets for the mission as they will fly into the zone between Earth and Mars, 43 million miles away, after Don Quixote is launched in 2011. Neither threatens Earth on their current trajectories and mission managers believe that altering their course will present no danger. Sancho will be sent out first on a journey of at least six months to rendezvous with one of the rocks. It will then go into orbit and deploy probes to examine the asteroid's structure before its sister craft's more dramatic arrival. Hidalgo will then hurtle in at high-speed and crash straight into the asteroid surface at a predetermined spot. Galvez said: "The thinking is that the spacecraft will form a crater from which considerable quantities of rocky material will be flung out. As a result, the trajectory of the asteroid will be altered. "We believe this size of spacecraft will result in a deviation of a few hundred metres to a kilometre, which given the distances involved over many years will be enough to knock an asteroid off course from the Earth." After the explosion, Sancho, which will have retired to a safe distance, will move in closer again. Its role will be to study changes in the asteroid's orbit, rotation and structure caused by Hidalgo's impact. "This is a hugely exciting mission that is now way beyond paper exercises," said Professor Colin McInnes, head of the department of mechanical engineering at the University of Strathclyde. "The idea is to use the huge energy produced by the impact to blast enough material off to give the asteroid a push. This is entirely feasible as the kick the asteroid will get is tiny, but if delivered far enough in advance, will make a big difference to its trajectory many years later." EADS Astrium, the pioneering company which last year launched Inmarsat, the largest commercial satellite ever put into space, plans to produce spacecraft designs by the end of December. ESA experts will then study all the designs put forward and select two. The winner will be chosen in 2007. EADS Astrium spokesman Jeremy Close said: "We are going to be heavily involved in the bidding as we want to bring our formidable expertise to the project. It's essential that we know more about the composition of asteroids and whether we can deflect them off target." In Armageddon, a team led by Bruce Willis succeeds in splitting an asteroid in two so it misses Earth. In Deep Impact, although a small comet crashes into the Atlantic, swamping New York under a tidal wave, a larger one that threatens global destruction is shattered by a nuclear explosion. Such a scenario began to emerge Last December, when the eyes of the world were on the tsunami disaster in the Indian Ocean, scientists spotted a 400-metre-long asteroid, MN4, apparently on a direct collision course with the Earth with impact forecast for 2029. Later calculations found MN4 would not be a danger in that year, but on present trajectories, a future collision cannot be ruled out.
ALCATEL (ISIN : FR0000130007) MEP Mnemo Lokale markt PAR CGE Eurolist by Euronext AMS CGEA Eurolist by Euronext BRU CGEB Eurolist by Euronext (Euronext Paris) - Alcatel Alenia Space-built Syracuse 3A military communications satellite ready for launch (13/10/05 12:18 CET) Alcatel Alenia Space is European leader in defense and security space systems Paris, October 13, 2005 - The next generation military communications satellite Syracuse 3A will be launched by an Ariane 5 rocket during the night of October 13th to 14th, 2005 from the Guyana Space Center, in Kourou. This satellite was built by Alcatel Alenia Space, for French defense procurement agency DGA. With Syracuse 3A operational in the coming months, France will be the first country in Europe to deploy a new generation of military telecom satellites. The Syracuse 3A satellite uses Alcatel Space's commercial satellite platform, Spacebus, which has been hardened to resist nuclear attack. The payload features the latest technological developments in both the SHF (super high frequency) and EHF (extremely high frequency) bands. This new-generation system guarantees significantly enhanced service in terms of data throughput and resistance to countermeasures. It is the third new generation telecommunication satellite Spacebus 4000 to be launched since the beginning of the year, AMC-12 and Apstar VI are perfectly operational in orbit. Alcatel Alenia Space chairman and CEO Pascale Sourisse, notes : "We did everything in our power to meet this major challenge, and this next generation satellite features state-of-the-art technologies to meet the requirements of today's armed forces. The second next generation satellite Syracuse 3B is currently in final integration in the clean room of Alcatel Alenia Space, confirming our European leadership position in defense and security space systems." Alcatel Alenia Space integrated the requirements of European countries and NATO right from the outset. Syracuse III perfectly matches space-based military telecom needs in France and its allies for the coming decade. NATO's C3 agency recently chose the Syracuse system, together with Skynet (Britain) and Sicral (Italy), to provide SHF (super high frequency) communications for member countries, within the scope of the post-2000 NATO Satcom program. Alcatel Alenia Space is a leader in the military satellite communications sector, with strong positions in both satellites and ground systems. Alcatel Alenia Space is also active in the civil-military satellite export market, through Koreasat 5 in South Korea and Star One in Brazil. A press kit is available at following link: About Alcatel Alenia Space Alcatel Alenia Space, leader in satellite systems and at the forefront of orbit infrastructures, brings together the vast experience and know-how of Alcatel Space and Alenia Spazio to form a new leading force in European space technology. Alcatel Alenia Space represents a worldwide standard for space development that impacts everybody's future: from navigation to telecommunications, from meteorology to environmental monitoring, from defence to science and observation. An affiliate of Alcatel (67%) and Finmeccanica (33%), Alcatel Alenia Space generated an estimated turnover of 1.8 billion euros with around 7,200 people in 2004. About Alcatel Alcatel provides communications solutions to telecommunication carriers, Internet service providers and enterprises for delivery of voice, data and video applications to their customers or employees. Alcatel brings its leading position in fixed and mobile broadband networks; applications and services, to help its partners and customers build a user-centric broadband world. With sales of EURO 12.3 billion and 56,000 employees in 2004, Alcatel operates in more than 130 countries. For more information, visit Alcatel on the Internet: Press Contacts Alcatel Aurélie Boutin / HQ Tel :+ 33 (0)1 40 76 11 79 Florence Pontieux / HQ Tel :+ 33 (0)1 40 76 12 02 Sandrine Bielecki / Alcatel Alenia Space Tel : +33 (0)4 92 92 70 94 Francesca Sette / Alcatel Alenia Space Tel : +39 0641512574 Alcatel Investor Relations Pascal Bantegnie Tel : +33 (0)1 40 76 52 20 Nicolas Leyssieux Tel : +33 (0)1 40 76 37 32 Maria Alcon Tel : +33 (0)1 40 76 15 17 Charlotte Laurent-Ottomane Tel : +1 703 668 3571 Bron : Alcatel,4616,1700631_11894_666802121,
Alcatel "buy" Wednesday, September 14, 2005 4:13:47 AM ET Jyske Bank LONDON, September 14 ( - Analysts at Jyske Bank maintain their "buy" rating on Alcatel (CGE.ETR). The target price is set to €11.50. In a research note published yesterday, the analysts mention that the company's stock is trading at a discount relative to that of its peer group. Alcatel is poised for several positive surprises in the near term, the analysts believe.
Qinetiq plans to expand space arm By James Boxell Published: August 31 2005 17:20 | Last updated: August 31 2005 17:20 Qinetiq, the defence group preparing for a £1.1bn stock market flotation, is expected to announce the acquisition of a Belgian satellite-maker on as it embarks on a plan to quadruple the size of its European space business. The company, which was spun out of the advanced research laboratory at the Ministry of Defence, wants to create a second-tier rival to Europe's two biggest space companies, Alcatel Alenia and EADS Astrium.
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