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Grupo Televisa, S.A.B. (TLEVISACPO.MX)

Mexico - Mexico Delayed Price. Currency in MXN
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99.82+2.04 (+2.09%)
At close: 1:59PM CST
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Previous Close97.78
Bid0.00 x 500000
Ask0.00 x 60000
Day's Range97.18 - 100.02
52 Week Range80.97 - 106.49
Avg. Volume2,618,200
Market Cap244.11B
PE Ratio (TTM)77.98
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & Yield0.02 (0.36%)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • The Wall Street Journal19 days ago

    [$$] Televisa Faces More Regulations in Broadcast Television

    Grupo Televisa said regulators are imposing additional measures on the Mexican company’s broadcast television operations, affecting infrastructure-sharing requirements and some advertising conditions.

  • PR Newswire19 days ago

    Results of IFT Biannual Preponderance Review of the Broadcasting Sector

    BMV:TLEVISA CPO) informs that, as part of a biannual review of the broadcasting sector preponderance rules, the Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones ("IFT") has notified a ruling that amends some of the existing preponderance rules in broadcasting and includes some additional obligations on Televisa and some of its subsidiaries (the "New Preponderance Measures"). Sharing of Infrastructure – In addition to the previously imposed obligations regarding the sharing of passive infrastructure, the New Preponderance Measures have included the service of signal emissions in the event that no passive infrastructure exists.

  • Reuters19 days ago

    Mexico slaps new antitrust rules on broadcaster Televisa

    Broadcaster Grupo Televisa said on Thursday that Mexico's telecommunications watchdog had imposed new regulations on it in the broadcasting sector, including increased accounting transparency. Televisa, the world's largest maker of Spanish-language content, has been subject to tougher regulations since 2014 as part of a sweeping sector reform aimed at making the market more competitive. The Federal Telecommunications Institute (IFT), Mexico's telecoms regulator, will strengthen supervision of existing infrastructure-sharing and require the company to hand over detailed information on advertising prices.