How does one put a rocket under the share price

How does one put a rocket under the share price? In Telstra's case, you pay out an even higher dividend than was expected plus you add a $1bn off-market share buyback. But what if you have no intention tendering any of your shares and looking to add some more? Historical price patterns suggest it might be better to wait until this dividend-franking + buyback window has closed. In addition, Citi analysts made the case this week that Australian banks are unlikely to continue outperforming the broader share market. Instead, Citi suggests the sector is now entering a gradual, longer term decline in financial returns. One observation that stands out from the Citi projections is that CBA is and remains the premium bank stock in Australia. My Weekly Insights: (VIEW LINK)


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