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Tuesday, November 13


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Highstreet Asset Management Inc. Trims Stake in TELUS Co. (TU) – PressOracle

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Great West Life Assurance Co. Can now owns 7,597,141 shares of the Wireless communications provider’s stock valued at $270,787,000 after acquiring an additional 20,963 shares in the last quarter. The Wireless communications provider reported $0.57 EPS for the quarter, topping the consensus estimate of $0.54 by $0.03. TELUS’s revenue was up 10.9% on a year-over-year basis. As a group, equities research analysts forecast that TELUS Co. will post 2.15 earnings per share for the current fiscal year. Scotiabank cut shares of TELUS from an “outperform” rating to a “sector perform” rating in a research report on Wednesday, October 10th.

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Monday, November 12


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TELUS partners with SonReal on the release of his new song “No More,” encouraging Canadians to rally against cyberbullying

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TORONTO, Nov. 12, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- In honour of Anti-Bullying and Bullying Awareness Weeks (November 12-25), TELUS has partnered with hip hop artist SonReal around the release of his new song “No More,” which encourages the public to rally against cyberbullying. The song was written by the Vancouver-based hip hop artist in support of TELUS’ #EndBullying campaign, and a portion of the profits will be donated to the recently launched TELUS Friendly Future Foundation to support cyberbullying-related programs across Canada. High school students from WE Schools across the Greater Toronto Area will be invited to learn and celebrate, beginning with morning programming featuring WE Rise Above, a national cyberbullying program developed by TELUS and WE that promotes positive online behaviour and creates awareness of the negative impact online words and actions have. The #EndBullying campaign builds on TELUS’ long-term commitment to making the digital world a friendlier place for Canadian youth. As a world-leading technology company and one of the most giving companies in the world, the TELUS team believes it has a responsibility to contribute to solving the crucial issue of cyberbullying in Canada.

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Thursday, November 08


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TELUS Corp (TSP:T) social chatter is higher than usual

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UPDATE 3-Canada's Telus beats profit estimates on wireless growth

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(Adds details on wireless subscribers, CEO quote, analyst comments, share movement) Nov 8 (Reuters) - Canadian telecoms company Telus Corp reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit on Thursday, as more subscribers signed up for its wireless services, including high-speed internet, and its cable TV service. Telus reported the strongest wireless customer growth in about eight years in the reported quarter, the company said in a statement. Largely lower subscriber penetration levels compared to the United States and other developed markets, along with a jump in population growth fueled by Canada's fairly open immigration policy, is driving demand for wireless services in the country, said Edward Jones analyst Dave Heger. Telus said net income rose to C$447 million ($341.4 million) or 74 Canadian cents per share, in the quarter, from C$406 million, or 68 Canadian cents per share, a year earlier.

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Telus reports Q3 profit, revenue and wireless subscribers experience spike

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Telus reports Q3 profit, revenue and wireless subscribers experience spike. The Vancouver-based telecommunications brand said after making $447 million or 74 cents a share — up from $406 million or 68 cents a share a year ago — for the period ended Sept. 30, it will now make a quarterly payment to shareholders of 54.5 cents per share, an increase from 52.5 cents. Chief financial officer Doug French told The Canadian Press on Thursday that he considered the quarter “strong” because of the company’s wireless and wireline growth, which has come as Telus has been expanding its fibre network to western Canada. The quarter also brought a 31 per cent spike in new wireless, internet and television customers, which totalled 199,000 — 145,000 net new wireless customers, 36,000 high-speed internet subscribers and 18,000 television customers.

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Telus raises dividend as profit beats estimates

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VANCOUVER — Telus Corp. reported a third-quarter profit of $447 million — up from $406 million a year ago — and raised its dividend. The company says it will now make a quarterly payment to shareholders of 54.5 cents per share, up from 52.5 cents. Operating revenue totalled $3.77 billion, up from $3.40 billion in the third quarter of 2017. Telus reported 145,000 net new wireless customers, as well as an increase of 36,000 high-speed Internet subscribers and 18,000 Telus TV customers.

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Telus reports Q3 profit and revenue up from year ago, raises dividend – BC Local News

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A woman is silhouetted as the Telus Corp. logo is displayed on a screen during a company event in Vancouver on Friday, October 2, 2015. Telus Corp. reported a third-quarter profit of $447 million, up from $406 million a year ago, and raised its dividend. The company says it will now make a quarterly payment to shareholders of 54.5 cents per share, up from 52.5 cents. Telus reported 145,000 net new wireless customers, as well as an increase of 36,000 high-speed Internet subscribers and 18,000 Telus TV customers.

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TELUS reports strong results for third quarter 2018

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This performance was driven by our team’s relentless focus on providing exceptional customer experiences, and was anchored by the ongoing generational investments we are making in our leading broadband wireline and wireless networks, both of which are hallmarks of TELUS’ successful, long-term growth strategy.”. This additional investment in restructuring, to be recorded in the fourth quarter of 2018, is expected to deliver annual cost savings of more than $50 million beginning next year. Regulatory decisions and developments including the potential of government intervention to further increase wireless competition; the potential for regulatory intervention further to the CRTC’s ongoing proceeding with respect to lower-cost data-only plans; future spectrum auctions and spectrum policy determinations, including the amount of spectrum TELUS is able to acquire and its cost under the Technical, Policy and Licensing Framework for Spectrum in the 600 MHz Band, as well as cost and availability of spectrum in the 3500 MHz and mmWave bands; restrictions on the purchase, sale and transfer of spectrum licences; Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED’s) consideration to renew TELUS’ AWS-1 and PCS-G spectrum licences that are set to expire in late 2018 and early 2019; the impact of the CRTC’s wireline wholesale services review, with a review of rates and configurations for wholesale access currently in progress for TELUS; changes to the cost burden associated with CRTC-mandated network interconnections; disputes with certain municipalities regarding rights-of-way bylaws, and other potential threats to unitary federal regulatory authority over telecommunications, including provincial wireless and consumer protection legislation; the Competition Bureau’s market study on competition in broadband services; the CRTC’s forthcoming report on the retail practices of Canada’s large telecommunications carriers, as directed by the Governor in Council; the CRTC’s phase-out of the local service subsidy regime and corresponding establishment of a broadband funding regime to support the enhancement of high-speed Internet services focusing on underserved areas in Canada; the CRTC’s review of the price cap and local forbearance regimes; the CRTC’s implementation of new initiatives discussed in its May 2018 report “Harnessing Change: The Future of Programming Distribution in Canada”; vertical integration in the broadcasting industry resulting in competitors owning broadcast content services, and timely and effective enforcement of related regulatory safeguards; the review of the Copyright Act, which began in early 2018; the federal government’s review of the Broadcasting Act, Telecommunications Act and Radiocommunication Act as announced on June 5, 2018; the pending ratification and implementation of the United States Mexico Canada Agreement; restrictions on non-Canadian ownership and control of TELUS Common Shares and the ongoing monitoring and compliance with such restrictions; and our ability to comply with complex and changing regulation of the healthcare and medical devices industry in the provinces of Canada in which we operate, including as an operator of health clinics. Economic growth and fluctuations including: the state of the economy in Canada, which may be influenced by economic and other developments outside of Canada, including potential outcomes of yet unknown policies and actions of foreign governments; future interest rates; inflation; unemployment levels; effects of fluctuating oil prices; effects of low business spending (such as reducing investments and cost structure); pension investment returns, funding and discount rates; and Canadian dollar: U.S. dollar exchange rates.

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Analysts See $0.54 EPS for TELUS Corporation (TU)

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Analysts expect TELUS Corporation (NYSE:TU) to report $0.54 EPS on November, 8 before the open.They anticipate $0.02 EPS change or 3.85 % from last quarter’s $0.52 EPS. TU’s profit would be $322.05 million giving it 15.88 P/E if the $0.54 EPS is correct. TELUS Corporation (NYSE:TU) has risen 2.52% since November 8, 2017 and is uptrending. Among 3 analysts covering Telus Corporation Ordinary Shares (NYSE:TU), 2 have Buy rating, 0 Sell and 1 Hold. Therefore 67% are positive.

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