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Reply #1 on: Jun 11, 2009, 03:35 PM
ok talaga ang pldt hindi na din matitinag at soon siguro mas gaganda pa offer nila na wireless phone...


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Reply #2 on: Feb 15, 2011, 01:19 PM
bkit pabagsak ng pabagsak ang stock na ito? masyado na kcng saturated ung market nila?


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Reply #3 on: Feb 16, 2011, 09:16 PM
your guess is as good as mine


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Reply #4 on: Mar 30, 2011, 01:09 PM
Juggernaut PLDT Makes News!

Telephone giant Philippine Long Distance Company (PLDT) or TEL in the Philippine Stock Exchange made news today when it soared by an amazing 15.72%, carrying the entire PSEi on its back...

http://www.laidtrades.com/2011/03/30/juggernaut-pldt-makes-news/


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Reply #5 on: Mar 30, 2011, 07:53 PM
its a good a news..
pldt lng pla ang hinihintay ng PSEI to reach the 4000 level..
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Reply #6 on: Mar 31, 2011, 09:04 PM
Byebye cheap offers ng Sun...wala nang tatalo talaga sa Red offers. :D


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Reply #7 on: Mar 08, 2012, 12:29 PM
PLDT braces for sustained decline in profits

PHILIPPINE LONG Distance Telephone Co. (PLDT) expects profits to fall by another 5.13% this year after already dropping as anticipated in 2011 amid continued price wars, an official yesterday said.

The telco has pegged its profit guidance for 2012 at P37 billion versus the P39-billion consolidated core net income recorded last year, PLDT Chairman Manuel V. Pangilinan said.

Last year’s performance was 7% lower than 2010’s even as it hit target levels.

“The decline in core net income was a result of lower service revenues and higher operating expenses, partially offset by a higher equity share in the earnings of the Manila Electric Co.,” PLDT said.

Meanwhile, consolidated reported net income plunged by 21% to P31.7 billion, from P40.2 billion in the previous year.

Moving forward, profits are seen to fall again this year.

“There are three factors: [One is] pressures emanating from the change of the group’s [revenue stream], from texting to broadband data. The margin of the new business could be lower,” Mr. Pangilinan said at a briefing.

“[And] we see that competition will continue to be tough and there will be higher subsidies to respond to the competitiveness’ pressures,” he added.

“The margins from texting... has continued to be squeezed because of these unlimited packages,” he said.

Finally, PLDT also expects to incur additional expenses for the alignment its its business with newly acquired of Digital Telecommunications, Inc. (Digitel).

“For the year 2012, we will be aligning the operations of Digitel and PLDT. Certain expenses will have to be incurred in terms of facilities and equipment as a result of that integration,” Mr. Pangilinan said.

In a separate disclosure, Digitel, which is set to be delisted on March 26, said it recorded a P63.9-billion reported net loss for 2011 due to impairment of assets as against brisk advances in technology, modification of the term’s of the company’s exchangeable bond, and losses arising from foreign exchange valuation.

But by 2013, Mr. Pangilinan said that PLDT should be back on its “upward” trajectory and hit P42 billion in profits.

He went on to disclose that PLDT has allotted a capital expenditure of P38 billion for this year, higher than P31 billion in 2011 for the “completion of the of the network modernization program.”

“We are developing peso- and dollar-funding activities. The next peso note for Smart Communications, Inc. is about P5.5 billion pesos this March or April,” PLDT Senior Vice-President Anabelle L. Chua said, referring to the telco’s mobile service unit.

Mediaquest Holdings, Inc., a unit of the Beneficial Trust Fund of PLDT, has a minority stake in BusinessWorld. -- C. H. C. Venzon


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Reply #8 on: Mar 12, 2012, 11:59 AM
Stock Pick for March 12-16, 2012

Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co. (TEL)

Recommendation: Buy


AN ANALYST at the Regina Capital Development Corp. has advised investors to buy shares in Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co. (PLDT), noting that the price was still cheaper than the market’s.

“Technically, it’s rebounding now,” said analyst Claire S. Quiray. “If you want to buy it, you can buy it now.”

PLDT shares closed at P2,758 apiece last Friday, up by 0.2% from the day before. Ms. Quiray pegged the support at P2,581 for the long term and resistance at P2,900. “Its December 2007 high is P2,900. If it breaks at P2,900, [the] next target is P3,200,” she said.

The analyst added that PLDT’s price-to-earnings ratio of over 16 times was “still relatively cheap.” “Market P/E is at over 17 times,” she said.

PLDT earned P39 billion in core profit last year, down 7% from P42 billion in 2010. The firm is expected to maintain that profit level this year.

Mediaquest Holdings, Inc. a unit of the Beneficial Trust Fund of PLDT, has a minority stake in BusinessWorld. — M. J. O. Cantilero



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Reply #9 on: Mar 12, 2012, 12:03 PM
Sipag mo vgal.. +rep 4 u


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Reply #10 on: Mar 12, 2012, 12:10 PM
Sipag mo vgal.. +rep 4 u

thanks boss vicces!   :thankyou:

am just doing this to return a favor (though nobody obliged me) wherein a little over 1 month ago I have only 1 idea of investing, and that is thru traditional bank savings....  :hihi:   if not on this forum and to all the gurus and the bosses here, I won't be able to learn UITF, VUL, MF, Stock trading, etc....  :cool2:

when I found this forum, the threads helped me a lot...  :thankyou:  and I just want to give vital informations to all investors like me...   :hello:   



Post Merge: Mar 13, 2012, 09:48 AM
PLDT to save P8B in capex

MANILA, Philippines - Philippine Long DistanceTelephone Co. (PLDT) expects to save P8 billion in capital expenditures this year while raising service quality levels by pursuing synergies with its recently-acquired subsidiary Digital Telecommunications Philippines Inc. (Digitel) and its mobile company Sun Cellular.

According to PLDT president Napoleon Nazareno, these capex savings represent 17 percent of the original P46 billion capex for PLDT, Smart Communications, and Digitel/Sun this year. “We are doing a lot of capex optimization and identifying cost efficiencies,” he said.

PLDT completed the acquisition of Digitel in October last year and the harmonization of its operations with those of PLDT is currently underway.

Nazareno added that there will also be savings in excess of P500 million in operations every year once cell site sharing and site consolidation activities have been fully implemented.

“We have so far identified 160 cell sites for co-location and 850 sites for consolidation of planned and existing Smart and Sun facilities while 22 sites have been identified to co-locate Digitel operations in PLDT facilities to free up rented properties,” he said.

Nazareno noted that the acquisition of Digitel has allowed the PLDT Group to expand and enhance its product offerings and thereby fortify the platform that should allow revenues to grow. “We expect neither a quick nor easy transition but we will continue to refine and redefine our products and services, in both our legacy and new businesses. In the meantime, we are pleased that our network modernization program has already raised our network performance, with our subscribers enjoying a significantly enhanced customer experience,” he added.

He said that the synergies created among PLDT, Smart, and Digitel/Sun will help the group reduce cost through rationalization of expenditures, alignment of processes, and improvement of operational efficiency.

On top of cost savings, PLDT also expects to improve service quality to customers based on the synergies created among the three companies. - Mary Ann Ll. Reyes

Post Merge: Mar 13, 2012, 09:51 AM
PLDT to pare down capex by trimming cell sites

PHILIPPINE LONG Distance Telephone Co. (PLDT) has lowered its capital expenditure for this year to P38 billion from the earlier programmed P46 million, deciding instead to consolidate spending with recently acquired Digital Telecommunications Philippines, Inc.

PLDT President Napeleon B. Nazareno said in a statement the trimmed expenditure was a result of a decision to, among others, share the cell sites and facilities among PLDT, Smart Communications and Digitel, the operator of Sun Cellular.

The lowered capex, however, is still higher than P31 billion programmed in 2011.

“We have so far identified 160 cell sites for co-location and 850 sites for consolidation of planned and existing Smart and Sun facilities while 22 sites have been identified to co-locate Digitel operations in PLDT facilities to free up rented properties,” he said.

Mr. Nazareno added that there would also be savings in excess of P500 million in operations every year once cell site sharing and site consolidation activities have been fully implemented.

“The synergies created among PLDT, Smart and Digitel or Sun Cellular will help the group reduce cost through rationalization of expenditures, alignment of processes and improvement of operational efficiency,” he added.

Regulators approved PLDT’s acquisition of Digitel in October last year, giving the dominant telco 70% of the market and leaving Ayala-led Globe Telecom, Inc. 30%.

PLDT said also claimed that the synergy is expected to improve the networks’ signal.

For example, Sun’s 2G and 3G reach will reportedly expand now that it has access to PLDT’s network.

In a related development, Digitel yesterday said its shares would no longer be traded starting March 21 to give way to its delisting by March 26

Digitel’s said its request for a suspension of trading of shares was made to ensure the settlement of all transactions prior to the effective date of said delisting, which has been approved by the Philippines Stock Exchange last February.

Shares of PLDT stood unchanged at P2,758 when the stock market closed yesterday.

Mediaquest Holdings, Inc., a unit of the Beneficial Trust Fund of PLDT, has a minority stake in BusinessWorld. -- Cliff Harvey C. Venzon








Post Merge: Mar 13, 2012, 10:28 AM
PLDT sees P8-billion savings from cost sharing with Digitel

MANILA, Philippines – The Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co. (PLDT) Group expects to save P8 billion in capital expenditures (capex) this year brought about by the synergies of its two cellular units, Smart Communications Inc. and Digital Telecommunications Philippines Inc. (Digitel), which operates the Sun Cellular brand.

The group originally programmed P46 billion in capex this year. The P8-billion savings represent 17 percent of the original capex set aside for the group for 2012. “We are doing a lot of capex optimization and identifying cost efficiencies,” said PLDT President Napoleon L. Nazareno.

PLDT completed the acquisition of Digitel in October last year and the harmonization of its operations with PLDT is underway. - Lenie Lectura

Nazareno added that there will also be savings in excess of P500 million in operations every year once cell-site sharing and site consolidation activities have been fully implemented.

“We have so far identified 160 cell sites for co-location and 850 sites for consolidation of planned and existing Smart and Sun facilities while 22 sites have been identified to co-locate Digitel operations in PLDT facilities to free up rented properties,” he said.

He said the synergies created among PLDT, Smart and Sun Cellular will help the group reduce cost through rationalization of expenditures, alignment of processes, and improvement of operational efficiency.

On top of cost savings, PLDT also expects to improve service quality to customers based on the synergies created among the three companies. Nazareno cited Sun Cellular’s 2G (second-generation) and 3G (third-generation) coverage that were expanded through sharing of radio resources. Such convergence will expand the reach of Sun Cellular’s 2G signal to 100 percent of cities and towns, including those from Mindanao, and improve its 3G coverage to 90 percent by the end of the year.

Nazareno said there will also be improved customer experience for fixed line and internet subscribers of Digitel with the integration of the Digitel network to PLDT’s robust infrastructure.

“The integrated and interconnected PLDT-Digitel and Smart-Sun networks will result in service resiliency and diversity that will further strengthen the PLDT group network for greater reliability and continuity of service,” he added.
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Reply #11 on: Mar 19, 2012, 01:22 PM
Smart secures P5.5-billion loan to refinance debt

SMART COMMUNICATIONS, Inc. has secured a P5.5-billion loan from 18 lenders to refinance old debt amid lower interest rates, the company said in statement yesterday.

The mobile services arm of Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co. (PLDT) said it priced the five-year and 10-year fixed rate notes with “18 primary institutional lenders” last March 14 ahead of issuance on March 19.

“The proceeds will be used primarily to refinance existing debt obligations. With the current low level of interest rates, the transaction is expected to result in substantial savings for Smart Communications,” the statement read.

First Metro Investment Corp. (FMIC) was appointed as the lead arranger and sole bookrunner for the transaction.

“The notes issue was 1.3 times oversubscribed, with books reaching P7.4 billion in orders, demonstrating investor confidence in Smarts Communication’s financial strength and market leadership,” the company said.

The lenders were a mix of commercial and savings banks, trust banking groups, insurance companies and investment funds, it added.

In the same statement, FMIC President Roberto Juanchito T. Dispo said the oversubscription reflected investors’ confidence in Smart.

Earlier, its parent PLDT had decided to slash the group’s spending for 2012 to P38 billion from the P46 billion earlier programmed. It decided share infrastructure among Smart Communications, PLDT and newly acquired Digital Telecommunications Philippines, Inc. (Digitel).

Mediaquest Holdings, Inc., a unit of the Beneficial Trust Fund of PLDT, has a minority stake in BusinessWorld. -- Cliff Harvey C. Venzon





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Reply #12 on: Mar 22, 2012, 10:42 AM
PLDT seeks approval for issuance of shares


THE PHILIPPINE Long Distance Telephone Co. (PLDT) will seek again the approval of its stockholders today for the issuance of new voting shares after it failed to get the shareholders’ consent last year due to lack of quorum.

In a disclosure dated January, PLDT said it would ask shareholders’ approval of the issuance of 150 million preferred shares, with voting rights that could only be subscribed and owned by Filipinos. The special stockholders’ meeting will be held today.

The move is expected to lower total foreign equity in PLDT’s expanded voting shares -- 45% of which will make up the issuance -- to some 36% from the current 64%, according to earlier reports.

This comes as the Supreme Court en banc ruled last year that the 40% foreign ownership cap set under the Constitution should be reckoned from voting stock and not outstanding capital stock.

Sought for comment, PLDT spokesperson Ramon S. Isberto said the approval of the stockholders would address the equity limits issue, but reiterated that the company complies with the law.

“Our legal position remains the same, PLDT’s equity structure is in compliance with relevant laws. This (issuance of 150 million voting shares), however, provides the company a means to address the issue if it becomes necessary,” Mr. Isberto told reporters in an interview yesterday.

The company, in Sept. 20 last year, sought for the approval of its stockholders, but the special meeting was cancelled because of lack of quorum.

PLDT had said in a disclosure that “while proxies had been secured from holders of shares equivalent to 73.27% of outstanding common stock, the number of preferred shares necessary to bring the total shares... to two-thirds (2/3) of the total outstanding capital stock... will most likely not be secured.”

This prompted the company to buy back all outstanding shares of its 10% cumulative convertible preferred stock, Series A to FF, effective Jan. 19.

PLDT Chairman Manuel V. Pangilinan previously said in an interview that the move would ensure that a quorum will be met and the decision can be made to issue up to 150 million preferred shares with voting rights to Filipino investors.

Meanwhile, the company is looking to book P37 billion core net income this year from P39 billion last year amid tight competition in the telco industry and lower margins from broadband business.

Core net income in the company last year was 7% lower than the previous year.

Meanwhile, consolidated reported net income plunged by 21% to P31.7 billion, from P40.2 billion in the previous year.

PLDT shares closed 2.63% or P70 lower at P2,594 apiece yesterday.

Mediaquest Holdings, Inc., a unit of PLDT’s Beneficial Trust Fund, has a minority stake in BusinessWorld.


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Reply #13 on: Apr 13, 2012, 11:28 AM
Moody’s lowers PLDT credit rating by one notch

DEBT WATCHER Moody’s Investors Service has downgraded Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co., Inc.’s (PLDT) local currency rating by a notch to bring it closer to its host country’s score.
Moody’s yesterday said it downgraded PLDT’s local currency debt score to Baa3 from Baa2, medium-grade ratings which signal moderate credit risk.

“The rating action reflects Moody’s view that as PLDT is predominantly a domestic entity, with substantially all of its revenues derived and assets based in the Philippines (rated Ba2), its fundamental creditworthiness needs to more closely reflect shared risks that potentially exist between it and the sovereign,” the debt watcher said in a statement.

It clarified that the downgrade is not an indication of any deterioration in PLDT’s credit fundamentals or any change in sovereign risk, and that the telco’s foreign currency rating was retained at Baa3.

But Moody’s noted that while PLDT’s credit quality remains balanced despite a sizeable recent acquisition and an accelerated capex program, the credit risk has become evident for companies that are based in the Philippines.

“The transmission of credit risk from a sovereign to issuers domiciled in that country has become increasingly evident, as was the case during the financial crisis of 2008 and, more recently, during the European sovereign crisis,” Moody’s said.

“As a result, Moody’s has narrowed the rating gap between the sovereign and PLDT to two-notches to better reflect this long-term transmission of credit risk,” it added.

PLDT, which last year acquired rival Digital Telecommunications Philippines, Inc., has programmed P38 billion in capital spending for this year, higher than P31 billion in 2011, to complete its network modernization program.

PLDT Senior Vice-President Anabelle L. Chua earlier said that the company was developing peso and dollar funding activities to finance its capex.

Both local and foreign currency ratings were assigned a stable outlook.

Laura Acres, Moody’s vice-president and a senior credit officer, said PLDT will have to show its operations are independent of the domestic economy if it is to bag a rating way above that assigned to the Philippines.

“We continue to take into account PLDT’s strong fundamental credit quality, evidenced by its manageable leverage and excellent liquidity, by rating it two notches above the sovereign’s rating of Ba2,” Ms. Acres said.

“Nonetheless, we believe that the extent to which the company depends on the wider macroeconomic performance of the Philippines no longer justifies a three-notch differential between the two,” she added.

Mediaquest Holdings, Inc., a subsidiary of the Beneficial Trust Fund of PLDT, has a minority stake in BusinessWorld.

Share of PLDT rose by 0.8% to P2,622 when the stock market closed yesterday. -- Cliff Harvey C. Venzon


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Reply #14 on: Apr 16, 2012, 10:38 AM
PLDT appeal of equity ruling slated this week

THE PHILIPPINE Long Distance Telephone Co. (PLDT) is slated to deliver its oral arguments tomorrow to contest a Supreme Court ruling on its alleged violation of foreign equity limits.

In a text message yesterday, Jose Midas P. Marquez, court administrator and spokesperson said: “The oral argument for PLDT has been set on Tuesday in Baguio City.”

This is where the Supreme Court en banc’s summer session is routinely held.

The PLDT on July 15 had filed a motion for reconsideration after the high court en banc, through a 10-3 vote, ruled that in determining the level of foreign ownership in PLDT, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) should use only common voting shares in assessing the capital stock of the firm.

Under this interpretation, foreigners own 64% of PLDT, way above the 40% limits for public utilities.

The PLDT Chairman Manuel V. Pangilinan had warned in a court filing that the decision will turn off foreign investors and affect the economy as a whole.

Mr. Pangilinan also claimed that the redefinition would have adverse repercussions on partially nationalized industries.

In the meantime, the PLDT has made preparations in case the court affirms its earlier ruling.

Last March, the company secured its stockholders’ approval to issue new voting shares in a bid to lower foreign ownership levels.

The approval allows the firm to issue 150 million preferred shares with voting rights to the PLDT’s beneficial trust fund to lower PLDT’s total foreign equity to some 35% from the current 64%.

The new voting shares would only be issued once the Supreme Court finalized its ruling on the foreign equity cap.

Mediaquest Holdings, Inc., a unit of PLDT’s Beneficial Trust Fund, has a minority stake in BusinessWorld. -- Cliff Harvey C. Venzon


 


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