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APTT maintains 6.5 cent annual payout guidance, but 3Q payout boosted by debt

Chan Chao Peh
Chan Chao Peh12/11/2017 08:00 AM GMT+08  • 4 min read
APTT maintains 6.5 cent annual payout guidance, but 3Q payout boosted by debt
SINGAPORE (Dec 11): Asian Pay Television Trust has reaffirmed guidance that it will pay out 6.5 cents a unit for FY2017 and FY2018. With its units trading at 60 cents on Dec 5, APTT currently offers a yield of 10.8%.
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SINGAPORE (Dec 11): Asian Pay Television Trust has reaffirmed guidance that it will pay out 6.5 cents a unit for FY2017 and FY2018. With its units trading at 60 cents on Dec 5, APTT currently offers a yield of 10.8%.

APTT reaffirmed its guidance when it reported its 3QFY2017 results, and said that it was based on the performance of its sole asset, Taiwan Broadband Communications Co (TBC). APTT also said that it would distribute 1.625 cents a unit for 3QFY2017. Its units will begin trading ex-distribution on Dec 13, and unitholders will be paid on Dec 22.

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