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Emirates Telecommunications Grup Co PJSC

ETISALAT.AD

Latest Trade

22.22AED

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Today's Range

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52 Week Range

16.40

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22.24

As of on the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
22.22
Open
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Volume
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3M AVG Volume
40.94
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Today's Low
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52 Week High
22.24
52 Week Low
16.40
Shares Out (MIL)
8,696.80
Market Cap (MIL)
192,895.00
Forward P/E
21.05
Dividend (Yield %)
3.61

Next Event

Q2 2021 Emirates Telecommunications Group Co PJSC Earnings Release

Latest Developments

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Etisalat Group Issues 7 And 12 Years Euro Bonds

UAE's Etisalat Mandates Banks To Organize Fixed Income Investors Meetings

UAE's Etisalat Q1 Profit Rises

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About Emirates Telecommunications Grup Co PJSC

Emirates Telecommunications Group Company PJSC is United Arab Emirates-based telecommunications service provider. The Company’s principal activities include provision of telecommunications services, media and related equipment including the provision of related contracting and consultancy services to international telecommunications companies and consortia. The Company along with it's subsidiaries offers solutions and services, such as information and communication technology (ICT), landline, mobile and Internet, voice, data and connectivity services, mobile and wireless, payment, security and messaging services and digital solutions, among others. The Company’s wholly owned subsidiaries include Emirates Telecommunications and Marine Services FZE, Emirates Cable TV and Multimedia LLC, Etisalat Services Holding LLC, Help EG and Etisalat International Pakistan LLC, among others. The Company operates approximately in 15 countries across Asia, the Middle East and Africa.

Industry

Communications Services

Contact Info

Etisalat Building, 1

Sheikh Rashid Bin Saeed Al Maktoum St

P.O. Box 3838

United Arab Emirates

+971.2.6283333

https://www.etisalat.ae

Executive Leadership

Obaid Bin Humaid Al Tayer

Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board

Saleh Abdullah Al Abdooli

Chief Executive Officer

Essa Abdulfattah Kazim Al Mulla

Non-Executive Independent Vice Chairman of the Board

Serkan Okandan

Chief Financial Officer

Abdul Salam Ahizoune

Chairman of the Management Board, Maroc Telecom Group

Key Stats

3.00 mean rating - 7 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, AED)

2018

52.4K

2019

52.2K

2020

51.7K

2021(E)

53.0K
EPS (AED)

2018

0.990

2019

1.000

2020

1.040

2021(E)

1.054
Price To Earnings (TTM)
20.97
Price To Sales (TTM)
3.72
Price To Book (MRQ)
4.32
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
10.42
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
62.79
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
34.72
Return on Investment (TTM)
15.59
Return on Equity (TTM)
8.00

Latest News

Latest News

UAE's Etisalat to raise 1 bln euros with two-tranche bonds

Abu Dhabi-based telecoms operator Etisalat is set to raise 1 billion euros ($1.2 billion) in dual-tranche bonds on Thursday, a document from one of the banks leading the deal showed.

MIDEAST STOCKS-Saudi bourse underperforms subdued Gulf markets

Most stock markets in the Gulf ended lower on Thursday, with the Saudi index underperforming, dragged down by losses in its financial shares. Saudi Arabia's benchmark index dropped 1.1%, with Al Rajhi Bank and petrochemical firm Saudi Basic Industries both sliding 3%. On...

MIDEAST STOCKS-UAE bourses fall on ex-dividend stocks; others little changed

Dubai and Abu Dhabi's stock markets retreated on Thursday, dragged down by firms that traded ex-dividend, while other major Gulf markets were steady in early trade.

Exclusive: Ethiopia to auction telecoms licences in December, says Tigray conflict won't cause delays

Ethiopia expects to sell a minority stake in Ethio Telecoms within nine months and tendering for two new licences will start on Dec. 1, an adviser to the state minister of finance said, brushing off concerns that conflict will delay the plan.

UAE-Israel phone lines open after accord to normalise ties

The UAE and Israeli foreign ministers held their first publicly-acknowledged call on Sunday after the Gulf state opened telephone lines to Israel as part of a normalisation of ties.

UPDATE 3-UAE-Israel phone lines open after accord to normalise ties

* First business deal since accord signed on Saturday on COVID-19 (Adds ministerial meeting soon, context)

UAE phone lines to Israel open after accord to normalise relations

Telephone lines between the United Arab Emirates and Israel were open on Sunday, calls made by Reuters reporters showed, after the two countries moved to normalise diplomatic relations last week.

MIDEAST STOCKS-Major Gulf stock markets get off to a weak start

Major stock markets in the Gulf were subdued in early trade on Wednesday, with banking and real estate shares weighing on indexes in the United Arab Emirates.

Ethiopia receives 12 bids for two telco licences -regulator

Ethiopia’s communications regulator said on Friday it received twelve bids for the two telecom licences it plans to award to multinational mobile companies, breaking the state monopoly.

MIDEAST STOCKS-Dubai gains on further lockdown easing; Saudi retreats

* Dubai allows foreign tourists to enter from July 7 * All Saudi Arabian banks tumble * QNB to raise 1.2 bln Chinese yuan in 5-year bonds By Ateeq Shariff June 22 (Reuters) - The Dubai stock market advanced on Monday after the emirate said it would allow tourists to enter...

Factbox: Deals by major suppliers in the race for 5G

Despite coronavirus lockdowns hitting global supply chains and construction projects, telecommunication firms have continued to contract equipment from Chinese technology giant Huawei [HWT.UL], Finland's Nokia <NOKIA.HE> and Sweden's Ericsson <ERICb.ST> to build fifth-generation...

MIDEAST STOCKS-Gulf stocks slip as coronavirus lockdowns lifted

Gulf markets slipped on Sunday as states began to lift coronavirus lockdowns, despite concerns among some health officials about a second wave of infections.

MIDEAST STOCKS-Slow growth, poor earnings push Egypt lower, Major Gulf stocks mixed

Egypt's stock market fell on Thursday in response to the country's slower growth rate and poor quarterly profit reported by investment bank EFG Hermes

MIDEAST STOCKS-Egyptian stocks dip on coronavirus restrictions, FAB boosts Abu Dhabi

* 27 of 30 Egyptian stocks decline * FAB rises after suspending Egyptian deal * Etisalat CEO resigns * NCB extends gains on earnings * Saudi Aramco snaps winning streak By Maqsood Alam May 20 (Reuters) - Egyptian shares fell sharply on Wednesday amid the tightening of coronavirus...

MIDEAST STOCKS-Markets lifted by global rally and oil prices

* Aramco registers sixth consecutive daily gain * All Saudi banks in positive territory * Aldar edges higher ahead of quarterly earnings By Maqsood Alam May 19 (Reuters) - Major Middle East stock markets closed higher on Tuesday, tracking a rise in global equities and a...

MIDEAST STOCKS-Oil prices, corporate earnings boost Saudi shares

* Aramco closes at 31.95 riyals * NCB, Riyad Bank gain on earnings * Air Arabia rises despite lower Q1 profit * DFM sees sharpest intraday rise in over a decade By Maqsood Alam May 17 (Reuters) - Saudi Arabian stocks rose sharply on Sunday buoyed by jump in oil prices and...

MIDEAST STOCKS-Major Gulf stocks gain in early trade amid rising oil prices

Major Gulf stock markets opened higher on Sunday amid rising oil prices, with Saudi Arabia getting an additional boost from corporate earnings.

MIDEAST STOCKS-Saudi index up on higher oil prices, real estate stocks weigh on Dubai

Saudi Arabian stocks rose in early trade on Sunday led by banks, mirroring Friday's gains in oil prices, while Dubai was pressured by losses in property stocks.

MIDEAST STOCKS-Major Gulf indexes fall alongside subdued global equities

* Nine of 11 Saudi banks decline * Thob Al Aseel gains on contract * Air Arabia cuts 57 jobs By Ateeq Shariff May 6 (Reuters) - Major stock markets in the Gulf ended lower on Wednesday as doubts about the easing of coronavirus lockdowns and simmering U.S.-China tensions...

MIDEAST STOCKS-Major Gulf stocks slide as U.S.-China trade tensions simmer

Most major bourses in the Gulf fell sharply on Sunday with Saudi Arabia falling the most, mirroring Friday's slide in global shares after President Donald Trump's revived threat of new U.S. tariffs against China dampened risk appetite.

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