Maxis Bhd

Maxis is engaged as a communications service provider. Co. operates in three segments: mobile services, which comprises postpaid mobile, prepaid mobile, mobile data, broadband and roaming services; fixed line services, which comprises a range of voice services, data services, Very Small Aperture Terminal services and Internet Protocol and managed services to consumer and business customers; and international gateway services, which comprises services to international telecommunications carriers for termination of traffic into Malaysia, services to send Co.'s own international traffic abroad and bandwidth leasing services. As of Dec 31 2010, Co. had 13,954,000 mobile subscriptions.
  • Ticker6012
  • ISINMYL6012OO008
  • ExchangeMalaysian Exchange
  • SectorMobile Telecommunications
  • CountryMalaysia

New Street: Malaysian telcos - Weak despite limited Covid-19 impact, remain cautious, Q1 20 review

After a weak Q4, top line trends deteriorated again this quarter. Operators withdrew (or will revisit) FY20 guidance because of the virus.

New Street: Malaysian Telcos: Covid-19 triple whammy, downgrade pts and recs

Malaysian telecom has three vulnerabilities (tourism, oil and migrant workers) which means it is likely to see a bigger than average impact from Covid-19.

New Street: Asian Telcos: Takeaways from early Q1 results re Covid-19 risk

In this note we update our thoughts on Covid-19 and draw early lessons post the start of Q1 results. The economic impact is the overriding issue, as it drives broad-based consumer and business spending cuts, and is quite varied across the region.

Alastair Jones

New Street: Asian Telcos: Dividend stability despite cuts elsewhere

Dividend cuts has been a focus for investors in Europe over the last month. In this note we run through why we think Asian telcos are likely to see much more stable shareholder remuneration driven by lower leverage, no evidence of any ‘solidarity measures’, and recent results highlighting dividend importance to the equity story.

New Street: Malaysian mobile – Margins protected despite challenging top line, Q4 review

Top line trends remained under pressure this quarter but operators did a good job on the cost side (especially Axiata) as EBITDA growth and margins for the market slightly improved.

1 director sold

A director at Maxis Bhd sold 49,600 shares at 5.700MYR and the significance rating of the trade was 55/100. Is that information sufficient for you to make an investment decision? This report gives details of those trades and adds context and analysis to them such that you can judge whether these trading decisions are ones worth following. Included in the report is a detailed share price chart which plots discretionary trades by all the company's directors over the last two years clearly showing Close periods where trading activity is restricted under listing rules. The names of board membe...

New Street: Malaysian telcos - Weak despite limited Covid-19 impact, remain cautious, Q1 20 review

After a weak Q4, top line trends deteriorated again this quarter. Operators withdrew (or will revisit) FY20 guidance because of the virus.

New Street: Malaysian Telcos: Covid-19 triple whammy, downgrade pts and recs

Malaysian telecom has three vulnerabilities (tourism, oil and migrant workers) which means it is likely to see a bigger than average impact from Covid-19.

New Street: Asian Telcos: Takeaways from early Q1 results re Covid-19 risk

In this note we update our thoughts on Covid-19 and draw early lessons post the start of Q1 results. The economic impact is the overriding issue, as it drives broad-based consumer and business spending cuts, and is quite varied across the region.

Alastair Jones

New Street: Asian Telcos: Dividend stability despite cuts elsewhere

Dividend cuts has been a focus for investors in Europe over the last month. In this note we run through why we think Asian telcos are likely to see much more stable shareholder remuneration driven by lower leverage, no evidence of any ‘solidarity measures’, and recent results highlighting dividend importance to the equity story.

New Street: Malaysian mobile – Margins protected despite challenging top line, Q4 review

Top line trends remained under pressure this quarter but operators did a good job on the cost side (especially Axiata) as EBITDA growth and margins for the market slightly improved.

Thanks to a better fundamental star rating, MAXIS BERHAD sees an upgrade to Neutral

The independent financial analyst theScreener just awarded an improved star rating to MAXIS BERHAD (MY), active in the Integrated Telecommunications industry. As regards its fundamental valuation, the title receives an improved star rating and now shows 2 out of 4 possible stars. With regard to its market behaviour, it remains unchanged and can be qualified as moderately risky. theScreener considers that these elements allow slightly upgrading its rating to Neutral. As of the analysis date December 20, 2019, the closing price was MYR 5.45 and its expected value was estimated at MYR 5.31.

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