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ALP STOCK INVESTMENT CLUB (02dec15)
(02dec15) close: S$2.78
12-Ms Target price: S$2.70
1.) Sector: Telecommunication
2.) Core business structure: Mobile telecommunications, International call services, fixed services and handset sales.
3.) Segment that generates the highest revenue: Mobile telecommunications contribute 62.4% of the group total revenue.
4.) Countries that the business operates: Singapore
5.) Challenges: Consistently compliance with regulations and service requirements, provide continued socio-economic benefits, work with industry to maintain consistent technological standards and stay competitive
6.) Strengths : First operator to offer nationwide 4G service, as well as ultra-high-speed fixed broadband and fixed voice, Achieved 10% mobile market share within one month of launch, and profitability in the first full year of operations in 1998,
7.) Significant events: ‘M1. For everyone’ on May 2014, ‘Make the connection and Win’ contest, offering residential customers a range of fibre broadband services with speeds of up to 1Gbps
8.) GTI ranking: 41
10.) Recommendation: Hold. Due to rising competition between Starhub and Singtel. Its revenue growth is quite muted.In addition, we might see a company that is growing its top-line relatively faster than its peers, albeit from a lower revenue base. However, this is a defensive stock due to favourable government Regulation which has high barrier to entry and it is a defensive utility that everyone would use.
COMPILED BY: Edwin Fung
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