China Telecom Corporation
Why Qualcomm benefits from China’s LTE adoption progress
Qualcomm earns about half of its revenues from China, making it an important market for the company. It depends heavily on the faster adoption of high-speed LTE technology in emerging markets such as China.
Must-know: What to expect from Qualcomm this fiscal year
Qualcomm’s improved EPS guidance is mainly because of the continued adoption of LTE technology by Chinese telecommunication providers such as China Mobile (CHL), China Telecom (CHA), and China Unicom (CHU).
Why Chinese carriers cutting smartphone subsidies affects Apple
China’s telecom providers, China Mobile (CHL), China Unicom (CHU), and China Telecom (CHA), had started to sell the iPhone 5S at a subsidized price. However, it seems the Chinese government wants to nip this trend in the bud itself.
Ericsson Is Building 5G Network for South Korea’s Top Operator
Ericsson (ERIC) continues to win 5G contracts from top operators.
How T-Mobile and Sprint May Have Shifted the Burden to Regulators
Reasons cited for objecting to a T-Mobile–Sprint merger include fears of job losses and reduced competition in the market.
Here’s a Glimpse of What Ericsson Is Pursuing in China
Ericsson (ERIC) expects Chinese operators to begin deploying 5G networks in the coming months, executives said at an investor briefing recently.
What Is iQiyi after with China Unicom Deal?
iQiyi (IQ) will collaborate with China Unicom (CHU) to develop virtual reality (or VR) products.
Ericsson Bemoans Europe’s Slow 5G Progress
Ericsson (ERIC) fears that Europe could be shooting itself in the foot by failing to provide an environment that would spur the uptake of 5G technology.
Why Ericsson Is Waging a Price War in China
Ericsson (ERIC) appears to be waging a price war against its competitors in China as it seeks to expand its foothold in the country.
Finnish Government Buys More Nokia Stock
The government of Finland has been quietly building its holding in Nokia (NOK).
What’s in the China Telecom Deal for AT&T?
AT&T (T) and China Telecom (CHA) recently announced the signing of a framework agreement aimed at strengthening their cooperation.
How Could Nokia’s Primary Business Segments Perform in 4Q16?
Net sales in the Nokia Technologies segment rose 109.0% year-over-year, driven by Nokia’s expanded licensing agreement with Samsung (SSNLF).
Analyzing FEAAX’s Portfolio Composition Year-to-Date in 2016
FEAAX’s assets were spread across 231 holdings as of March 2016, and it was managing assets worth $225.4 million as of May.
Going Passive: Considering Chinese Stocks in 2016
The iShares China Large-Cap ETF (FXI) is the most heavily traded ETF that invests in Chinese equities. It manages $4.7 billion in assets and is invested in 51 holdings.
Fundamental Facts about FSEAX
As stated in FSEAX’s literature, financials were the single-largest sectoral holding of the fund and formed 30.8% of the portfolio as of January 2016.
Why FEAAX Could Be on Your Shortlist
FEAAX is invested into stocks of companies such as H shares of China Telecommunications, and Advanced Semiconductor Engineering.
What You Should Know about FEAAX
FEAAX has existed since March 1994 and has an expense ratio of 1.4%. You require a minimum of $2,500 to invest in this fund via Class A shares
Why LTE adoption in China should drive Micron’s DRAM business
Although DRAM bit growth was flat in fiscal Q3 2014, Micron expects that the DRAM bit growth rate will range between 20% and 25% in calendar year 2015.