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Deutsche Telekom AG (DTE.DE)

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  • Simply Wall St.

    Deutsche Telekom And Two More Premier German Dividend Stocks

    Amidst a mixed performance in global markets, with particular stability observed in Germany's DAX index, investors continue to seek reliable income streams. In this context, dividend stocks like Deutsche Telekom offer potential resilience and consistent returns, aligning well with the cautious optimism seen in current market conditions.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 2-Deutsche Telekom's strong Europe growth helps core earnings rise

    Deutsche Telekom reported first-quarter adjusted core earnings of 10.5 billion euros ($11.43 billion) on Thursday, with Europe a stand-out as the German telecoms operator highlighted growth across all of its segments. Core earnings for the quarter were slightly above a company compiled forecast of 10.25 billion euros, and the Bonn-based operator said it had achieved record growth in earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation after leases (EBITDA AL) of 8.1% in Europe. Telekom attributed the growth to higher customer numbers, price increases and slightly lower energy costs, although its CFO Christian Illek said in a conference call that this will most likely not be sustained over every quarter of the year.

  • Reuters

    Deutsche Telekom's strong Europe growth helps core earnings rise

    (Reuters) -Deutsche Telekom reported first-quarter adjusted core earnings of 10.5 billion euros ($11.43 billion) on Thursday, with Europe a stand-out as the German telecoms operator highlighted growth across all of its segments. Core earnings for the quarter were slightly above a company compiled forecast of 10.25 billion euros, and the Bonn-based operator said it had achieved record growth in earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation after leases (EBITDA AL) of 8.1% in Europe. Telekom attributed the growth to higher customer numbers, price increases and slightly lower energy costs, although its CFO Christian Illek said in a conference call that this will most likely not be sustained over every quarter of the year.