March 2005
Investment Dealers' Digest;3/7/2005, Vol. 71 Issue 9, p60
Trade Publication
The article presents statistical information related to investments in the telecommunication sector. The article depicts the global telecommunications underwriting volume as of February 2005. NTT DoCoMo Inc. has cut its earnings estimate for the current fiscal year due to a possible withdrawal from ifs unprofitable personal handyphone system business. Some of the top global new issues bookrunners as of February 2005 are JP Morgan Chase, CSFB and Morgan Stanley. Inovonics Wireless is to be acquired by Roper Industries.


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