The telco industry has been heating up with the much-anticipated entry of the fourth telco and mobile network operato TPG Telecom by the end of the year.
In the recent earnings season, Malaysia’s universe of stocks continues to underperform with 35% of companies covered by CIMB Research reporting below-expectation earnings. Only 9.0% managed to exceed market ...
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The telecommunications industry players have been facing keen competition, and the rest of the year will likely remain challenging with the entry of a fourth operator.
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StarHub Ltd., facing the biggest shake up in Singapore’s phone industry since it started almost two decades ago, is seeking growth beyond the consumer market. Its strategy: providing more data analytics to corporate clients.
Last year, TPG Telecom was awarded the license to become the fourth mobile telco in Singapore. The Australian company is expected to commence operations in 2018. This event is causing a shake-up in the local telco industry as the marketplace is as crowded as it already is.
In the past two months, companies have been reporting their quarterly results. 4Q16 results continue to reaffirm the gloomy outlook for businesses as we look ahead into FY17.
StarHub has plunged 30.3 percent from an intraday high of $3.96 on 3 August 2016 to trade $2.76 on today (22 November). This is near a five-year low. What has caused the sharp fall in StarHub? Some of the p...