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Bell Aliant Inc T.BA

Sector: Communication Services | Sub-Sector: Telecom Services
Alternate Symbol(s):  BLIAF

Bell Aliant Inc is a regional telecommunications provider. It offers information, communication and technology services including voice, data, Internet, video and value-added business solutions.
Price: $30.60 | Change: $-0.01 | %Change: -0.03%
Volume: 248,382 | Day High/Low: 30.67/30.45 | 52 Week High/Low: 31.78/24.79
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RE:Is it a good time to get in?

"Wondering if I should buy BA and let it convert to BCE or just buy BCE?" Keeep in mind  that if you buy BA and let it coonvert to BCE you lose both dividends in the next round.  rate and reply
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You should have received ~ $14641 in Cash for every 1000 shares plus approximately 337 shares of BCE as more than 25% of the tendered shares were option 1 (Cash). This meant that all option more
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I just looked at my accounts, I have 4; 2 in Non-Registered & 2 in Registered Accounts, 1 of these in a RIF & other in a Spousal Account. (Total 4) Very strange as in the 2- Non-Registered accounts more
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So I asked for option 1, $31 in cash Instead I got this I had 1000 shares, and this is showing in my T.D account BA  - DISP -  1000 -  $30,700 BCE -  ACQ (aquired) - 336 shares  (- 16,097) more
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RE:Is it a good time to get in?

BCE has a Dividend Yield of 5.16% and a P/E of18.0x But Telus has a Dividend of 3.87% and a P/E of 17.5x Over a past two year investment period Telus gives you 17.66% Bell gives you 11.25 more
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Is it a good time to get in?

Planning to buy BCE and hold for a longer term (certainly past Oct 2). I read the three options and get that. However, I read latest press release but couldn't understand.  Wondering if I should more
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S&P Dow Jones Indices Announces Changes to the S&P/TSX Canad

This on the TD Webbroker News Today on Bell Aliants site. How can this be right when yesterday Bell Aliant sends out to their news subscribers that they failed to get the required 90%? Now also more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Bell is short the 90% & have extended the offer until Oct 2

but do I have to call TD before selling in the open market, or can I just sell if it pops to close to $31 and then call T.D and tell them I've sold and to not worry about paying me the $31 on more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Bell is short the 90% & have extended the offer until Oct 2

Until the closing date you can withdraw your tender.  Unlike what a previous poster suggested, brokers cannot, not allow you to change your mind.  It is your right and they are your shares until more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Bell is short the 90% & have extended the offer until Oct 2

o.k thanks. say B.A does get to $30.90 and I wanted to sell it, could I?  or do I have no control of the stock now that i've told them I want $31 cash? Just thinking that it may be awhile before I' more
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RE:RE:RE:Bell is short the 90% & have extended the offer until Oct 2

If you opted for #1 ($31) then you don't need to do anything further.  Selling today would certainly incur a loss.  I'd sit tight if I were you. The brokerages must be going bananas if clients more
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RE:RE:Bell is short the 90% & have extended the offer until Oct 2

I'm not understanding this. I called TD and said I wanted option #1, $31 for all my Bell shares. Do I need to do anything else at this point? And if I wanted to just sell my shares right now could I? more
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RE:Bell is short the 90% & have extended the offer until Oct 2

Ma Bell does seem to have opened a new can of worms by suggesting that those who have already tendered may now have the option to withdraw!!! The way the share price has behaved since the take more
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Bell is short the 90% & have extended the offer until Oct 2

According to this shareholders who have given the OK to transfer their shares via cash, BCE shares, etc. can take them back....will BCE offer more than to close this?....I think they may have opened more
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Just took the Cash.. option "A".

Cheers... and thanks for the fish.  rate and reply
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Some short covering

Short Positions for BA Symbol Report Date Volume Change Shares Issued % Float T : BA 2014-08-31 1,173, more
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Thanks Mojojono much appreciated!  rate and reply
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"Option 3 is the default election if you do not choose one of the other two options." Option 3 =  "$7.75 in cash and 0.4778 of a BCE common share (the Cash and Share Alternative)." - more
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If you don't do anything will the bell aliant shares simply become BCE shares?  rate and reply
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RE:Where is my "Corporate Action Notice"??????

Came today.....  rate and reply