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Shares of TELUS Corporation (USA)(NYSE:TU) edged lower Wednesday after the Canadian national telecommunications company said it acquired a 20% stake in Alithya, a Quebec-based IT and consulting service provider.
Telus Corporation vs. TransCanada Corporation: Which Is the Best Dividend ...
Telus Corporation (TSX: T)(NYSE: TU) and TransCanada Corporation (TSX: TRP)(NYSE: TRP) have been excellent investments for several years.
Will Telus Corporation Hit $50?
As Telus Corporation (TSX: T)(NYSE: TU) approaches its all-time high, new investors are wondering if they should buy at the current level or wait for the stock to pull back.
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Will Telus Corporation Be the Top Performing Telecom Stock in 2015?
Telus Corporation (TSX: T)(NYSE: TU), one of the three largest telecommunications companies in Canada, has been one of the market's best performing stocks in 2014, rising more than 15%, and it is well positioned to post a similar performance in 2015.
The Stock Picker's Guide to Telus Corporation for 2015
Last year was yet another strong one for Telus Corporation (TSX:T)(NYSE:TU) and its shareholders, with the stock increasing nearly 15% during the year.
4 Reasons to Buy Telus Corporation Right Now
Telus is the king of forecasting steady dividend growth for its shareholders. The company has stated it will deliver a 10% increase in the dividend every year through 2016.
3 Reasons Why All Retirees Should Own Telus Corporation
And the poster child here is Rogers Communications Inc., a company well-known for neglecting its customers. But Telus is much better, and this is highlighted in its annual report. To illustrate, last year Telus reported a 27% drop in its number of ...
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Telus Corporation vs. Royal Bank of Canada: Which Is the Safest Dividend Pick?
The recent carnage in the oil market has sent dividend investors scrambling to find safe stocks that offer decent returns. Telecoms and financials have historically been solid choices, but that might not be the case going forward.
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Toronto-Dominion Bank vs. Telus Corporation: Which Is the Best Investment for ...
Toronto-Dominion is betting big on the U.S. for future revenue growth. The company currently has more than 1,300 branches in the U.S., making it one of the 10 largest banks in the country. The company's Q4 2014 earnings results came in weaker than ...
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Why 2015 Will Be Another Stellar Year for Telus Corporation
After starting the year below $37, the company's shares delivered the kind of steady performance owners have come to expect.