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Turk Telekomunikasyon AS (TTKOM.IS)

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Turk Telekomunikasyon AS (Turk Telekom) is an integrated telecommunications services provider, offering land and mobile telecommunications solutions, as well as wide band Internet services. The Company’s services are tailored both for individuals and corporate customers, and include prepaid cards, multimedia payphone, e-mail... (more)


Beta: 0.77
Market Cap(Mil.): TL17,850.00
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 3,500.00
Dividend: 0.24
Yield (%): 4.71


  TTKOM.IS Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 10.48 20.64 20.22
EPS (TTM): 0.49 -- --
ROI: 10.02 23.21 21.33
ROE: 39.36 26.28 26.59

BRIEF-Turk Telekom unit Avea secures EUR 90.0 mln credit

* Unit Avea Iletisim Hizmetleri signed a long-term loan agreement with BNP Paribas, Raiffeissen, and Unicredit under the insurance coverage of Finnvera (Finnish export credit agency) and under Türk Telekom guarantee

Nov 21 2016

BRIEF-Turk Telekom to appoint Kaan Aktan as new CFO effective as of Dec. 1

* Murat Kirkgoz, who has served as chief financial officer since October 2012, decided to leave his position effective from December 1

Nov 10 2016

Turkey not intervening in Turk Telekom debt problems for now -presidential source

ANKARA, Oct 31 The Turkish state is not intervening to solve debt repayment problems related to Turk Telekom but does want to ensure its 30 percent stake will not lose value, a source in President Tayyip Erdogan's office said on Monday.

Oct 31 2016

Turkish PM: efforts underway to solve Turk Telekom shareholder debt problem

ANKARA, Oct 31 Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said efforts were underway to resolve debt repayment problems at the main shareholder in partly state-owned Turk Telekom, including a formula to "permanently" overcome the difficulties.

Oct 31 2016

Exclusive: Saudi Oger faces huge debt restructuring as rescue talks collapse

DUBAI/RIYADH The Saudi Arabian government has ended talks aimed at saving construction giant Saudi Oger, which is now facing the prospect of a multi-billion-dollar debt restructuring to stave off collapse, according to sources aware of the matter.

Sep 08 2016

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