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Telstra Corporation Ltd

TLS.AX

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4.01AUD

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52 Week Range

2.98

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4.09

As of on the Australian Stock Exchange Ltd ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

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Previous Close
4.01
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3M AVG Volume
524.81
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52 Week High
4.09
52 Week Low
2.98
Shares Out (MIL)
11,893.30
Market Cap (MIL)
47,595.07
Forward P/E
28.10
Dividend (Yield %)
2.49

Next Event

Half Year 2022 Telstra Corporation Ltd Earnings Release

Latest Developments

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Telstra Renews Contract With Department Of Defence

Telstra Acquires Digicel Pacific With Australian Govt

Vita Group Announces Sale Of Retail ICT And Sprout Business To Telstra

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About Telstra Corporation Ltd

Telstra Corporation Limited (Telstra) is a telecommunications and technology company. Its principal activity is to provide telecommunications and information services to domestic and international customers. The Company operates through four segments: Telstra Consumer and Small Business (TC&SB), Telstra Enterprise (TE), Networks and IT(N&IT) and Telstra InfraCo. TC&SB segment provides telecommunication products, services and solutions across mobiles, media and digital content to consumer and small business customers in Australia. TE segment provides telecommunication services, advanced technology solutions, network capacity and management, cloud, industry solutions, integrated and monitoring services to government and enterprise customers in Australia and globally. N&IT segment builds and manages software for all internal functions. Telstra InfraCo segment operates the fixed network infrastructure, including data centers, exchanges, poles, ducts, fiber network and mobile towers.

Industry

Communications Services

Contact Info

L 41 242 Exhibition St

MELBOURNE, VIC

3000

Australia

+61.3.86474838

https://www.telstra.com.au/

Executive Leadership

John Patrick Mullen

Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board

Andrew R. Penn

Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, Director

Vicki Brady

Chief Financial Officer, Group Executive, Strategy and Finance

Brendon Riley

Chief Executive Officer - Telstra InfraCo, Group Executive

Lyndall Stoyles

Group General Counsel and Group Executive, Sustainability, External Affairs & Legal

Key Stats

2.15 mean rating - 13 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, AUD)

2019

25.3K

2020

23.7K

2021

21.6K

2022(E)

22.2K
EPS (AUD)

2019

0.181

2020

0.153

2021

0.156

2022(E)

0.143
Price To Earnings (TTM)
25.76
Price To Sales (TTM)
2.21
Price To Book (MRQ)
3.28
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
7.27
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
119.56
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
91.22
Return on Investment (TTM)
5.85
Return on Equity (TTM)
4.38

Latest News

Latest News

Telstra to buy Digicel Pacific in Australia government-backed $1.6 billion deal

Telstra Corp Ltd said on Monday it agreed to buy the Pacific operations of telecom firm Digicel Group in a $1.6 billion deal largely funded by the Australian government and seen as a way to block China's rising influence in the region.

UPDATE 5-Telstra to buy Digicel Pacific in Australia government-backed $1.6 bln deal

* Australian govt backing of deal seen as block to China (Adds political analyst comment, updates shares)

Telstra and Australian govt finalising bid for Digicel's Pacific assets -sources

Telstra Corp Ltd is close to completing a deal to buy the Pacific operations of telecommunications firm Digicel Group in partnership with the Australian government, two sources familiar with the bid told Reuters on Thursday.

Telstra aims to extend 5G coverage to 95% of Australia by 2025

Australian telecom Telstra outlined a plan on Thursday, under which it aims to extend 5G coverage to 95% of the country by the end of 2025 and cut A$500 million ($366.85 million) in net costs.

Top 3 Australian internet service providers sued for false speed claims

Australia's consumer regulator filed separate lawsuits against the country's top three internet service providers for allegedly making incorrect claims about speeds that the companies say are partly the fault of the government-backed broadband provider.

Telstra in talks to buy Digicel Pacific in Australian govt-backed bid

Telstra Corp Ltd said on Monday it was in talks to buy the Pacific operations of telecommunications firm Digicel Group in partnership with the Australian government, a move widely viewed as a political block to China's influence in the region.

Aussie deal hangs on iffy long-distance China call

(The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions expressed are their own.)

Australia's Telstra to sell 49% of tower business for $2.1 billion

Australian telecom firm Telstra Corp said it will sell a 49% stake in its mobile tower business for A$2.8 billion ($2.1 billion) and return half the sale proceeds to investors, sending its shares to their highest level in over a year.

UPDATE 1-Telecom major Telstra to pay $37 mln fine for mis-selling to indigenous customers

Australia's biggest telecom firm Telstra Corp said on Thursday it had agreed to pay a A$50 million ($36.8 million) penalty for selling more than 100 indigenous consumers post-paid mobile products they did not understand and could not afford.

Australia's Telstra to pay $37 mln fine for mis-selling to indigenous customers

Australia's biggest telecom firm Telstra Corp has agreed to pay a A$50 million ($36.8 million) penalty for selling more than 100 indigenous consumers post-paid mobile products they did not understand and could not afford, the country's competition regulator said on Thursday.

Australia's Telstra to split into three, seeks buyer for mobile towers

Australia's biggest telecom firm Telstra Corp <TLS.AX> said on Thursday it will split into three units and divest its mobile towers from next year citing heightened demand for assets, sending its shares up more than 8%.

Australia's Telstra to sell Melbourne data centre for about $300 million

Australia's largest telecom company Telstra Corp <TLS.AX> said on Wednesday it will sell its Clayton data centre facility in Melbourne to property firm Centuria Industrial REIT <CIP.AX> for A$416.7 million ($298.4 million).

Telstra to book $195 million Foxtel stake impairment charge on News Corp writedown

Australia's Telstra Corporation <TLS.AX> said on Friday it expects to recognise an impairment charge of about A$300 million ($195.12 million) against its investment in a 35% stake in the Foxtel joint venture with Rupert Murdoch's News Corp <NWSA.O>.

Australia's Telstra to book $195 mln impairment charge on Foxtel stake

Australia's Telstra Corporation said on Friday it expects to recognise an impairment charge of about A$300 million ($195.12 million) against its investment in a 35% stake in the Foxtel joint venture with Rupert Murdoch's News Corp.

BRIEF-Telstra Corporation Expects COVID-19 Impact On Co To Be Material

* TELSTRA CORPORATION - "WE NOW HAVE MORE THAN 25,000 PEOPLE SUCCESSFULLY WORKING FROM HOME"

BRIEF-Telstra Corp Puts Job Reductions On Hold

* BRINGS FORWARD 5G INVESTMENT AND PROVIDES FY20 OUTLOOK UPDATE

UPDATE 1-Australia's Telstra to beef up contract staff, freeze job cuts

Telstra Corp said on Friday it will freeze job cuts for now and hire 1,000 temporary staff at a time when other Australian companies are laying off workers and slashing expenses due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Australia's Telstra to beef up contract staff, freeze job cuts

Telstra Corp Ltd said on Friday it will hire 1,000 temporary contractors to handle the growing volumes at its call centres and freeze any job cuts for the next six months at a time where other companies are cutting back amid the coronavirus pandemic.

UPDATE 1-Australia's Telstra posts drop in half-year profit as NBN headwinds persist

Australia's largest telecom company Telstra Corp posted a near 8% drop in half-year profit on Thursday, hurt by persistent pressure from the rollout of a state-owned broadband network, which hurt its fixed-line revenue.

Australia's Telstra posts 7.6% fall in half-year profit

Australia's largest telecom firm Telstra Corp posted a 7.6% fall in its half-year profit on Thursday, hurt by continued pressure from the rollout of a state-owned broadband network and higher competition in the mobile market.

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