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Singtel's current level of dividend is sustainable despite headwinds facing associates, say analysts

Trinity Chua
Trinity Chua5/15/2019 01:32 PM GMT+08  • 2 min read
Singtel's current level of dividend is sustainable despite headwinds facing associates, say analysts
SINGAPORE (May 15): Singtel’s current level of dividend is sustainable, say analysts, given the telco’s projected FY2020 cash flow is forecast to be at $3.3 billion.
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SINGAPORE (May 15): Singtel’s current level of dividend is sustainable, say analysts, given the telco’s projected FY2020 cash flow is forecast to be at $3.3 billion.

In its FY19 results announcement on Wednesday morning, Singtel says it will pay a final dividend of 10.7 cents, bringing full-year dividend to 17.5 cents.


See: SingTel ends FY19 with 44% lower earnings of $3.1 bil; proposes 10.7 cents final dividend

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