Vivendi SA (VIV.PA)

Paris - Paris Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
18.61+0.15 (+0.79%)
At close: 11:35 AM EDT
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Prev Close18.47
Bid16.34 x 6500
Ask16.40 x 20000
Day's Range18.37 - 18.61
52wk Range14.87 - 22.73
1y Target EstN/A
Market Cap23.5B
P/E Ratio (ttm)28.95
Avg Vol (3m)3,459,220
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Earnings DateN/A
  • Financial Times8 hours ago

    [$$] Spinal Tap star turns it up to 11 in fight for royalties

    There can only be one winner in the case of the actor Harry Shearer v Vivendi, the French media group, over royalties from the 1984 film, This is Spinal Tap. And it's bad news, I'm afraid, for the French. ...

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Mediaset says Vivendi ends interim management accord over pay-TV unit

    Mediaset said on Thursday Vivendi had told it in a letter that an interim management accord over its pay-TV unit no longer stood, prompting the Italian broadcaster to blame the French media group for paralyzing the unit's operations. Mediaset said Vivendi's letter, dated Oct. 18, sought to avoid further damage after Mediaset Premium TV was unable to make key investment decisions and prepare its subscription and football campaigns. The two companies have been locked in a months-long feud since Vivendi in July backed out of a deal struck in April to buy Mediaset's pay-TV arm.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    Vivendi's 'fair warning' to Mediaset leaves door open to talks: sources

    French media giant Vivendi (VIV.PA) is still open to an alternative deal with Italian broadcaster Mediaset over its pay-TV unit despite a "fair warning" it gave on Wednesday, two sources close to the matter said. A deal with Mediaset, controlled by former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi, represents a key plank of the strategy laid out by billionaire Vincent Bollore, Vivendi's chairman and biggest shareholder, who has pledged to transform the group into an integrated European media powerhouse. In a statement released on Wednesday, Vivendi said it was no longer keen on finding an amicable solution to its dispute with Mediaset, following several accusatory statements by the Italian broadcaster, which recently asked a court to order the seizure of a 3.5 percent stake in Vivendi.