Trouble ahead for Ericsson


With a rebound in revenues in the telecoms sector always seemingly six months away, some analysts have started to focus on the sharp difference in spreads between equipment manufacturer Nokia and its more troubled peers, in particular, Ericsson. Might there be justification in arguing that the spread differential is too wide and that Nokia is in danger of being knocked off its perch? Apparently not, according to the consensus of opinion.

Says Suki Mann, senior strategist at Société Générale:

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