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Trading Time to buy TLS or not?

Discussion in 'Shares' started by merlinnn, 20th Jun, 2010.

  1. merlinnn

    merlinnn Active Member

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  3. Chris C

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    I really pity telstra as a company... they are expected to provide reliable telecommunications to all Australian at affordable prices (and achieve value for shareholders), but constantly have the government pinning their hands so that they can't exploit their business advantages.

    I don't think this deal will change much other than getting in bed with government again. And like the old saying begins, when you lay with dogs...

    :)
     
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    A new opinion poll in Australia shows the opposition has an election-winning lead over the government.

    The Coalition leads Labor 53 per cent to 47 per cent after preferences, in the Neilsen poll in Fairfax newspapers.

    Which dog has the most fleas though?
     
  5. Chris C

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    They are both flea covered, mangy, mutts.

    ;)

    ...but that could just be the anti-big-government in me talking.