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Financial Analysis For Telstra Corporation Limited Company Description Telstra is Australias leading telecommunications and information services company with one of the best know brands in the country They offer a full range of services and compete in all telecommunications markets throughout Australia providing more than 103 million Australian fixed line and more than 65 million mobile services Telstra is the descendant of a merger of Telecom Australia the government-owned monopoly communications carrier Telstra was partially privatised by the coalition government in the late 1990s but it is still 51 owned by the government Based on their business mission statement and goal Telstra kept a stable development in telecommunication services industry with continuing a revenue growth for the past 10 years however When we step further into analyzing we know that face the uncertain risk Telstra is not so far strong as before here we would try to find out the answers through analysis on its financial statements for the latest two to three years Evaluate cash flows CASH FLOW 0694069506960697069806990600060106020603 Receipts from customers m12810136911452615068167091760318533210232229122511 Increased percentage of year 1994s06871340176330443742544685641174017573 Net Operating Cashflows m4197528645115254563565746547659970987057 Increased percentage of year 1994s CFO025957482518342656645599572369126814 Net Investing Cashflows m-2132-3109-3870-4171-3609-4064-4896-6370-3258-2492 Net Financing Cashflows m-2530-1357-1337-1572-1808-2484-188194-3817-4317 One thing thats noticeable above all is the very strong operating cash flow that TLS generating From year 1994 to 2003 cash flow from operation CFO is significantly increase mainly contributed from revenue receipts from customers 9679Three year period Operating cash flow During fiscal 2003net cash provided by operating activities has decreased marginally compared to fiscal 2002 This is because in fiscal 2002 net cash from operating activities was impacted by higher interest payments from the early swap closeouts associated with early repayment of TelstraClears bank debt and the restructure of some of Telstras corporate debtTls 2003 annual report Growth in revenue receipts from customers in fiscal 2003 was offset by increased supplier employee and tax payments Increased receipts from customers in
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