Commander Communications (CDR)

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Commander Communications Limited (CDR) is a company engaged in the provision of telecommunication services like data and hardware, mobile and fixed line as well as computer services like servers, PCs, outsourcing and software to both small and corporate businesses in Australia. CDR was listed on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) on the 1st of December 2000. Its average annual revenue reaches approximately $1 billion out of its issued capital of $92 million. Its headoffice is located in Sydney, Australia and to date; around 1,100 people are employed in the company.

Worst Performing Stocks Week 42

Among the worst performing stocks last week (week 42) on the Australian sharemarket were Commander Communications (CDR), AGL Energy (AGK), Henderson CDI (HGI) and City Pacific (CIY). The overall worst performer was Commander Communications losing 29 percent upon their relisting on the sharemarket. AGL Energy was the worst performer on the ASX100 index and lost 16.5% or $2.58 closing at $13.05. Henederson CDI was the loser for the ASX 200 index and saw their stock value plummet by 20.2% or $1.02, closing at $4.01. Finally City Pacific lost 10.9% or 47 cents closing at $3.84.

Commander Communications (CDR) ASX200 Loser

Commander Communications (CDR) was the worst performing stock on the ASX200 this week. (Loser of the week for week 37 of 2007). The telecommunications services company lost 8 cents or 13.333 percent of stock value, closing the week at 52 cents per share. Read a previous stock recommendation for Commander (CDR). Commander was also a previous Loser of the Week in May 2007.

Commander Communications (CDR) Worst Performing Shares

Commander Communications(CDR) was the overall worst performing stock taking in a 30.1 percent decrease. Among the worst performing stocks for the week 35 of 2007 on the Australian sharemarket were a mixture of communications technology, gambling & gaming, mining and financial services: Tattersall's (TTS), Bendigo Bank (BEN), Insurance Australia Group (IAG), Commander Communications (CDR), Compass Resources (CMR). These worst performing stocks recorded losses between 5.09 to 30.1 percent by the end of the trading week.

Commander Communications (CDR): Loser

Commander Communications (CDR) was the worst performing company on the Australian Stock Exchange this week (loser of the week) falling 15 percent or 31 cents closing at $1.71 after a profits warning. The company was also the worst performing on the ASX200 index. The ASX200 index closed at 6304.9 and the All Ordinaries at 6296.2.

Commander Communications (CDR) Shares Recommendation

SB Citigroup has rated the Commander Communications (CDR) stock with a Buy, High Risk recommendation with a share price target of $2.40. The company is the broker's preferred telecommunications company.

Commander Communications (CDR) Stock Tip

JP Morgan has rated the Commander Communications (CDR) stock as Underweight with a valuation of $1.95. An updated earnings guidance relased by management has downgraded Commander Communications by 3-4 per cent according to JP Morgan. Also on the boards are the "execution risk" related to the Volante takeover. Commander Communications Limited is listed on the Australian Stock Exchange under stock code CDR. Check your charts.

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