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To: baystock who wrote (918)8/20/1999 12:23:00 PM
From: stockbug
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You have the dividend figure wrong it is a measly 8 1/2 % consisting of:

A Measly 1% in cash or $105 /1000 shares per quarter and approximately 80 shares per 1000 making up the rest.

I got the cash last month and the shares were deposited in my account on 8/6.

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To: stockbug who wrote (921)8/20/1999 5:23:00 PM
From: baystock
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Yahoo shows the dividend as 1%. What would the point in a 8% stock dividend be ? If the company does not have the cash to pay a cash dividend, then why bother issuing a dividend at all. All a stock dividend does is dilute the earning per share by the same amount as the dividend.

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To: baystock who wrote (922)10/7/1999 9:32:00 AM
From: Money Maker (MM)
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TLK on yahoo board:
messages.yahoo.com

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To: Pierre Aydin who wrote ()12/20/1999 9:59:00 AM
From: tom
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WDR think Soros may be interested in government's stake in TLK...

A source at Telkom was quoted in a local paper saying that George Soros was interested in buying the government's stake in Telkom via his Quantum Fund. The source also said Soros was looking to buy out Telkom's stake in the five KSO ventures. Soros recently bought an Indonesian investment bank, commercial bank and cigarette manufacturer and has been named among the top bidders for a stake(s) in various telecommunications companies.

The Minister of Communications has denied that the government was planning to sell its 66.38% stake in Telkom to Soros, but did not rule out the possibility of Soros buying Telkom's other 33.62% shares from the market. Telkom management has reportedly welcomed the possibility of Soros group investment in Indonesian telecommunications adding that it would be positive for Telkom.

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To: tom who wrote (924)1/30/2000 7:51:00 AM
From: Chartgod
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KE IT TO 8.00

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To: Chartgod who wrote (925)3/1/2000 9:32:00 AM
From: md1derful
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Interesting article on Indonesion communications and internet play yesterday..prompts me to try to get back into tlk and iit today..we'll see
doc

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To: md1derful who wrote (926)3/1/2000 11:42:00 AM
From: kwd69
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Can you tell me where that article was?

Thanks,

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To: kwd69 who wrote (927)3/1/2000 12:15:00 PM
From: md1derful
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kw: I was afraid you'd ask that..from what I recall it was in the Feb 29 edition of an e-mail throwaway called "Upside Today" the article went on to mention how to play the internet revolution in Indonesia since there is so little penetration at this point, and that iit and tlk were in talks to be privatized...apparently it's moving beyond the rumor phase, which could get interesting
doc

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To: md1derful who wrote (926)3/29/2000 8:43:00 PM
From: Chartgod
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As much as I hate to say it, looks like 8.846 is in its future

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To: Chartgod who wrote (929)3/29/2000 9:04:00 PM
From: md1derful
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Whydo you think she will go down...I'll check back tomorrow...'night
doc

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