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197 Postings, 7364 Tage ProMaiLerCarrier 1 am NM und NASDAQ - und keiner hats gemerkt

heute ist ein unternehmen namens Carrier 1 an den NM gegangen, und die mehrheit hats schlicht und einfach verpennt. (ich
                            auch)
                            (duallisting, auch an der nasdaq)

                            deshalb, schaut euch den wert an, die kennummer ist 932485

                            nur soviel: man hat glasfasernetzte weltweit verlegt und bietet diese großunternehmen an (zb mobilcom)
                            aktueller kurs dt: 135 ?
                            aktueller kurs nasdaq: 175 ?

                            also, anschauen!

                            gruß
                            pm  

10.09.01 22:25

382 Postings, 6706 Tage LanotteNeuer CEO sagt: Altlast

Carrier1 Credit Rating Cut on Cash Balance, 2nd-Qtr Results
By Dex McLuskey


Zurich, Sept. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Carrier1 International SA's credit rating was cut by Standard & Poor's on concern over the unprofitable telecommunications company's financial performance and spending.

The long-term corporate credit and senior unsecured debt ratings were cut two notches to `CCC'' from ``B-'' with a negative outlook, S&P said in a statement.

The downgrade ``reflects the company's third consecutive quarter of weakening operating performance, higher-than-expected cash burn rate, limited financial flexibility, and strong strategic uncertainties following the recent departure of the company's former chief executive officer,'' S&P said.

Last month Carrier1 said its second-quarter loss widened to $59.4 million from $12.8 million a year ago as bad debt swelled. The company has struggled as customers have gone bankrupt. Prices for voice communications have slumped amid excess network capacity, while companies are spending less on data services as growth slows.

Chief Executive Stig Johansson, who had been with the company since its inception in 1998, retired last month.

Its shares rose as much as 18 percent, or 17 cents, to 1.12 euros before the S&P announcement. The shares have fallen 95 percent this year.
 

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