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Yellow Pages Limited T.Y

Sector: Consumer Cyclical | Sub-Sector: Publishing
Alternate Symbol(s):  T.Y.WT

Yellow Pages Ltd is a media and marketing solutions company. It operates digital and print media and offers media solutions to small and medium enterprises in all the Provinces of Canada.
Price: $16.35 | Change: $-0.01 | %Change: -0.06%
Volume: 84,672 | Day High/Low: 16.62/16.26 | 52 Week High/Low: 20.83/14.65
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Positive Yellow Pages Article  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:debt repayment

Cash taxes likely too high per the company's updated guidance. Also capex looks too high. Your interest expense does not include the cash interest on the convertibles. Company's guidance more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:debt repayment

familyofficegur, I have EBITDA for 2016 at $243. See below for adjustments.  I've included special charges as the company has, for their entire history, had ongoing special charges. I more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:debt repayment

Well maybe an equity raise if the stock gets to $25-$30/share. The stock is a long way from there. Calling $400M in senior notes will cost $20M in prepayment penalties. Borrowing at 5% versus more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:debt repayment

familyofficegur, the equity raise is a positive event. Assuming there isn't a takeover and the company plan is to refi unsecured bank debt costing 9% with bank debt of ~4% will require more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:debt repayment

Oh Lord an equity raise>?!?!?!?! The wheels would really have to fall off for an equity raise to be in plan...or the board would have to be really stupid. No no equity raise assuming the more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:debt repayment

I believe $66.1 million of the cash is needed to reduce senior debt to $407 million for the end of 2015. Assume $75 million debt reduction annually vs $100 million Still good deleveraging and more
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RE:RE:RE:debt repayment

In terms of debt free - I think the company continues to repay $100M a year for the next three years. If they have $100M in cash on the balance sheet the company will be net debt free on the more
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Let's focus on senior notes, by end of 2015 it will be around $400M., cash on hand is $100M, so long term debt will be $300M by end of 2015. Repeat for 2016, we are down to $200M, 2017 $100M, more
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RE:RE:debt repayment

How do you get that the long term debt will be nil by 2017? Do you see them paying back $200 million per year over the next two years? It's taken them 3 years to pay back $400 million, during more
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RE:debt repayment

It appears Y plan is succeeding in stabilizing the revenue, improving the margin and paying the debts. By 2017 the long term debt will probably be Nil, then the question will be what will happen more
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debt repayment

In the conference call, they said that they are on track to "completely deleverage the balance sheet" by 2018. I've been skeptical about their ability to repay all of the senior notes more
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top-line revenue grew in Q3!

It's only one quarter, but still great news.   Revenue Source Q/Q Change Annualized Y/Y Change more
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RE:Digital growth only 4% excluding DPCF

Pretty good for a stagnating economy. keep it in perspective.   rate and reply
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RE:RE:Digital growth only 4% excluding DPCF

from Canaccord Genuity Outlook: With the margin guidance holding up well in Q3 as well, we feel very comfortable that the sharply improving EBITDA trajectory we envisage continues to play out. more
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RE:Digital growth only 4% excluding DPCF

any analyst updates and reports?  rate and reply
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Digital growth only 4% excluding DPCF

Meh....  Disappointed.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Yellow Q3 results

You're right. Wrong choice of words. It's more that I'm happy to see growth in digital that isn't just existing client migration from print to digital (and lower margins).   rate and reply
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RE:Yellow Q3 results

Actually, is the digital growth result from organic or from the acquisition of DuProprio?  rate and reply
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Yellow Q3 results

Finally some organic digital growth (i.e. not just swapping print clients at lower margins). EBITDA is stabilizing and 2016 becomes a critical inflection point for the company. Higher multiples more