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Huge growers have slowed the $26 billion Lucent technology Road (1997 sales)
Manufacturers of telecom equipment and software have burst into tears.
The demand for a second telephone line that provides Internet and data services has driven the profit growth of lazts over the past year by 43%.
The latest $79.
12. the share price has tripled (to about $90)
Since the split from AT&T in April 1996
The lucts price-earnings ratio for fiscal 1997 is 34.
Stocks are fragile.
Establish a network telephone system-
In addition, Lucent's strong growth in the US marketS.
It will be slow in some areas. U. S.
Telecom capital expenditure growth is expected to reach 10% next year, while growth of 23% and 1996 will reach 1997.
AT&T said it would cut $1 billion from capital spending next year.
Because it is the biggest customer, it generates 10% of the revenue.
The international market will grow, according to bulls.
Europe's deregulation of the communications market is a delicious area.
But we are lucky compared to established competitors like Alcatel, Siemens, Ericsson and Nokia.
When WorldCom decided to build a European long-distance network, it chose Alcatel as its main supplier.
For fiscal 1998, analysts estimated revenue growth at $ 20%. 84 per share.
That's half the growth rate last year.
A wealth manager believes that stocks may fall by nearly 20% in the medium term. 60s.
There was a precedent: in October, when investors realized that its astonishing growth rate could not last, the value of Northern Telecom shares lost about a quarter.
Most oil companies have cut operating costs over the past decade.
One notable exception: Houston
Headquartered in Enserch Holdings eex, its shares have recently been traded for $9.
The cost of finding and producing crude oil and natural gas for this $0. 33 billion (1996 sales)
The company has been double its peers for years.
Parent company Enserch Corp.
In August, when it merged with Dallas, it divested its 83% stake in the exploration company to shareholders.
Since then, shares have rebounded between $10 and $7. Buy it.
Remarks by President Thomas Hamilton on January-
Industry veteran who helped penenzor reverse the situation-is good news.
Hamilton low stop
Due to some asset sales, revenue for the first three quarters of 1997 fell by 3%.
But operating cash flows grew by 28%, double the price of natural gas.
Losses now occur due to write-downs and restructuring.
Income will come soon.
Hamilton cut down 25% of the company's head and took the company from 225,000-square-
Foot headquarters to 50,000-square-foot office.
If Hamilton's bet on the Gulf of Mexico deep water is rewarded, the real return will come.
Cooperate with British enterprise Petroleum Co. , Ltd.
Enserch exploration has locked 10 to 12 new exploration wells;
If it succeeds twice, the size of the company may double.
Charles Auber, manager of T.
The Rowe Price New Era Fund expects Enserch to generate about $1 in revenue.
Cash flow per share of 70 yuan next year.
Up from $1. 45 in 1997.
This makes the stock's cash flow about five times the cash flow, in line with companies with much less growth potential.
From now on, the share price may reach $12 a year, up 33%.
Do christopher palmeri Glass works remember when plastic will take over the world? They didnt.
The glass lived well and broke Owens's bank.
Oi in Illinois
A company in Toledo, Ohio, bet,PET)
The bottle will get low.
The margin goods are being paid off.
Daniel D asserts that moving to pets is a disaster for many companies
Khoshaba, Salomon Brothers, packaging industry analyst
Plastic rules in soft drinks, but Glass Dominates the larger beer market-
Demand for beer bottles has increased by 40% since 1992. Owens-
Illinois has half the market for glass containers.
The company's operating profit margin is 16%, twice the industry average.
Khoshaba said OI shares recently hit $34.
87, is the best value in the packaging industry.
The price-earnings ratio of the stock is 17 times, and the price is reasonable. 1 times sales.
Khoshaba expects OIs revenue to grow by 16% to 18% per year over the next five years.
Price target: $46 in the next 12 months, up nearly 35%. JOHN H.
Sivb, a Silicon Valley Peak bank, acquired the holding company for $2. 4 billion (assets)
Silicon Valley Bank, which provides loans to tech start-ups, has been a big beneficiary of tech companies. stock craze.
Shares in Silicon Valley have recently risen by $54.
75, an increase of 70% per cent since January.
Stock price-earnings ratio is 21 times-
The average premium for regional banks is about 20%.
In the venture capital phase, more than half of the company's loans went to the enterprise.
The company charges start-up customers an interest rate of 10% to 12%, about three percentage points higher than prime.
It is bundled in the customer warrants after listing.
But Jeffery middlewatt, an analyst at Dallas
David Tice & Associates, a Silicon Valley-based research firm, believes Silicon Valley has reached its peak.
First, the number of venture capital
The tech and healthcare IPOs, which were supported, fell 50% this year compared to last year.
Since 1991, about 40% of California's IPOs have been priced below the offer price.
Silicon Valley also provides loans to listed companies.
The bull market in tech stocks kept default low.
But if the market cools, Silicon Valley's profitability will decline.
At the same time, other banks have entered the Silicon Valley area.
By the end of next year, the stock should fall to 50% in its 20 s.
Stocks can be borrowed.