ATC.AS - Altice Europe N.V.

Amsterdam - Amsterdam Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
2.363
+0.019 (+0.81%)
At close: 5:35PM CEST
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Previous Close2.344
Open2.330
Bid0.000 x 0
Ask0.000 x 0
Day's Range2.312 - 2.377
52 Week Range0.955 - 3.630
Volume3,923,124
Avg. Volume8,022,470
Market Cap3.272B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.16
PE Ratio (TTM)5.23
EPS (TTM)0.452
Earnings DateOct 31, 2018 - Nov 5, 2018
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est4.33
  • Reuters13 days ago

    Altice Europe mulls financial partnership for fiber asset

    Altice Europe said on Wednesday the European telecoms group was considering a financial partnership for its fiber business as part of a strategic review of the business. Shares in the company rose sharply on Wednesday after Bloomberg News reported that private equity firms had expressed an interest in acquiring its fiber asset. Bloomberg News reported that KKR, Allianz's private equity arm, Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System and Macquarie Group Ltd were among bidders for a stake in Altice Europe's French fiber-to-the-home venture.

  • Bloomberg13 days ago

    Altice Europe Fiber Sale Draws Private Equity Bids

    “Altice Europe undertaken a strategic review of its fiber infrastructure to further accelerate its deployment and is exploring financial partnerships,” the company said in a statement Wednesday in response to the Bloomberg News report. Altice rose 3.9 percent to 2.43 euros at 3:55 p.m. Amsterdam time. KKR, Allianz, Omers and Macquarie also declined to comment.

  • Reuters13 days ago

    Altice Europe shares rise on report of bid interest in fiber asset

    Shares in Altice Europe rose sharply on Wednesday after Bloomberg News reported that private equity firms had expressed an interest in acquiring its fiber asset. Altice Europe shares were up 8.5 percent ...

  • Reuters27 days ago

    Vivendi's pay-TV unit reaches distribution agreement with Altice's SFR on Champions League matches

    PARIS (Reuters) - Vivendi's pay-TV business Canal Plus said on Tuesday it has reached an agreement with Altice's SFR unit on the distribution of its RMC Sport sports channels in France. Under the accord, ...

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  • Will Three Billionaires Fix France’s Telecom Industry?
    Bloomberglast month

    Will Three Billionaires Fix France’s Telecom Industry?

    The merger music is playing again in France’s telecom industry, two years after the last failed takeover attempt. Consolidation returned as a hot topic when Bloomberg reported in April that Bouygues SA was considering teaming up with investment firms to bid for Patrick Drahi’s struggling French business, Altice Europe NV’s SFR. Bouygues has since confirmed an approach, without naming the target.

  • The Wall Street Journallast month

    [$$] Dolan Family Sues Altice Over News 12 Staffing Levels

    Members of Cablevision’s founding family are suing the company that took over the cable operator in 2016, accusing it of violating a merger agreement by laying off workers at television news stations serving the New York metropolitan area. asked a Delaware state court to block Altice from laying off News 12 employees “other than in the ordinary course of business” for obvious cause.

  • An Upstart Billionaire Gets a Soaking
    Bloomberglast month

    An Upstart Billionaire Gets a Soaking

    The majority shareholder of Iliad SA helped create much of the turmoil in the French mobile phone market by undercutting the prices charged by incumbents Orange SA, Bouygues SA and Altice Europe NV’s SFR. Now the tables have turned, and those rivals are beating Iliad with their own low-cost offerings. The upshot is that Iliad’s mobile and broadband subscriber numbers both fell in the first half.

  • Billionaire Drahi Will Soon Have to Swallow His Pride
    Bloomberg2 months ago

    Billionaire Drahi Will Soon Have to Swallow His Pride

    Patrick Drahi probably didn't have much choice. The billionaire founder and president of Altice Europe NV plans to sell a stake in the high-speed fiber networks of the company’s French carrier, SFR. It’s one way for the highly levered firm to secure the cash it needs to fund the next generation of networks — and probably the best way at this point, given that Drahi has refused to merge SFR with a peer such as Bouygues SA.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Altice, Dish urge U.S. to intervene in T-Mobile-Sprint deal

    The $26 billion deal between the two U.S. wireless carriers, which would shrink the wireless market to three big players from four, faces a review from the Justice Department and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). In the filing with the FCC, Altice said it opposed the merger and called for the regulator to put conditions on the deal, including requiring the combined T-Mobile to honour its partnerships with Altice and other companies that rely on its network, and even divest wireless spectrum that the companies can use.

  • Altice, Dish urge U.S. to intervene in T-Mobile-Sprint deal
    Reuters2 months ago

    Altice, Dish urge U.S. to intervene in T-Mobile-Sprint deal

    The $26 billion deal between the two U.S. wireless carriers, which would shrink the wireless market to three big players from four, faces a review from the Justice Department and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). In the filing with the FCC, Altice said it opposed the merger and called for the regulator to put conditions on the deal, including requiring the combined T-Mobile to honor its partnerships with Altice and other companies that rely on its network, and even divest wireless spectrum that the companies can use.

  • Altice, Dish urge U.S. to intervene in T-Mobile-Sprint deal
    Reuters2 months ago

    Altice, Dish urge U.S. to intervene in T-Mobile-Sprint deal

    The $26 billion deal between the two U.S. wireless carriers, which would shrink the wireless market to three big players from four, faces a review from the Justice Department and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). In the filing with the FCC, Altice said it opposed the merger and called for the regulator to put conditions on the deal, including requiring the combined T-Mobile to honor its partnerships with Altice and other companies that rely on its network, and even divest wireless spectrum that the companies can use.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Altice files opposition to T-Mobile and Sprint merger

    The $26 billion deal between the two U.S. wireless carriers, which would shrink the wireless market to three big players from four, faces a review from the Justice Department and the Federal Communications Commission. In the filing with the FCC, Altice said it was opposed to the merger and called for the regulator to put conditions on the deal, including requiring the combined T-Mobile to honor its partnerships with Altice and other companies that rely on its network, and even divest wireless spectrum that the companies can use.

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents2 months ago

    Edited Transcript of ATC.AS earnings conference call or presentation 2-Aug-18 12:00pm GMT

    Q2 2018 Altice Europe NV Earnings Call

  • Investors unhappy as Altice Europe sacrifices margins to gain customers
    Reuters2 months ago

    Investors unhappy as Altice Europe sacrifices margins to gain customers

    Investors punished Altice Europe (ATCA.AS) on Thursday for sacrificing its margins to gain market share in the second quarter, a strategy turnaround deemed risky for the debt-ridden telecoms and cable group. The Amsterdam-listed stock was the worst performer on the STOXX Europe 600 Index (.STOXX) in early trading, plunging by close to 14 percent by 0820 GMT. Altice Europe's majority owner, Patrick Drahi, is striving to recover investor confidence after disappointing commercial performances in France, the group's biggest market, severely hit its shares last year, prompting a management and strategy reshuffle.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Investors unhappy as Altice Europe sacrifices margins to gain customers

    Investors punished Altice Europe on Thursday for sacrificing its margins to gain market share in the second quarter, a strategy turnaround deemed risky for the debt-ridden telecoms and cable group. Altice Europe's majority owner, Patrick Drahi, is striving to recover investor confidence after disappointing commercial performances in France, the group's biggest market, severely hit its shares last year, prompting a management and strategy reshuffle. The number of Altice Europe's broadband subscribers grew for the second quarter in a row in France, with 13,000 net additions over the period, it said on Thursday.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Altice Europe relinquishes margin in Q2 to chase market share in France

    Altice Europe pursued its commercial conquests in France in the second quarter, through heavy promotions that penalised margins but led to gains in the number of mobile and broadband customers. Altice Europe said its number of broadband subscribers grew for the second quarter in a row in France, with 13,000 net additions over the period.

  • Altice Sinks as Cost of Luring Customers Weighs on Cash Flow
    Bloomberg2 months ago

    Altice Sinks as Cost of Luring Customers Weighs on Cash Flow

    Altice Europe NV fell the most in more than eight months after billionaire Patrick Drahi’s phone company laid bare the cost of recent broadband and mobile subscriber growth, underscoring concerns over its 32 billion-euro ($37 billion) debt pile. The carrier’s flagship French business, SFR, added 211,000 mobile subscribers, which it chalked up to network investments and better customer service. The company predicted free cash flow for its French unit at the low end of its forecast of 1.5 billion euros to 1.6 billion euros.

  • Altice USA CEO on growth, cord-cutting, competition
    CNBC Videos2 months ago

    Altice USA CEO on growth, cord-cutting, competition

    Altice USA CEO Dexter Goei discusses why the company's stock is down nearly 20 percent year to date as well as the impact of cord cutting on the business.