DTE.SG - DEUTSCHE TELEKOM AG NAMENS-AKTI

Stuttgart - Stuttgart Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
15.20
+0.19 (+1.27%)
As of 2:45PM CET. Market open.
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Previous Close15.02
Open15.03
Bid15.190 x 300000
Ask15.190 x 300000
Day's Range15.02 - 15.20
52 Week Range12.73 - 15.59
Volume29,719
Avg. Volume85,009
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  • The Wall Street Journal6 days ago

    [$$] Cellwize Gets Deutsche Telekom Backing for Leap to 5G Networks

    The Singapore-based company offers services used by mobile carriers to automate network operation. Cellwize said the new capital will help it to expand its global footprint and to support carriers upgrading to next-generation 5G wireless networks, which promise faster speeds globally. In 2015, Cellwize raised $14.5 million in a Series A round from Carmel Ventures and Vintage Investment Partners.

  • Reuters13 days ago

    EU mergers and takeovers (Nov 28)

    The following are mergers under review by the European Commission and a brief guide to the EU merger process: APPROVALS AND WITHDRAWALS -- Deutsche Telekom to acquire Swedish peer Tele2's Dutch unit and ...

  • Reuters14 days ago

    Analysis: Telco mergers still a long-distance call in Europe

    Telecoms companies and investors hoping that unconditional EU approval of Deutsche Telekom's (DTEGn.DE) Dutch deal could signal a softer regulatory stance towards mergers in the sector would do well to be cautious. Shares in the European telecoms sector index (.SXKP) gained more than 3 percent on Monday after Reuters reported that the European Commission would clear Deutsche Telekom's deal without demanding any concessions unlike some major cases in recent years. Deutsche Telekom's shares gained as much as 2 percent on Monday while Tele2, which is selling its Dutch business, jumped 9 percent to a four-month high.

  • Telco mergers still a long-distance call in Europe
    Reuters14 days ago

    Telco mergers still a long-distance call in Europe

    Telecoms companies and investors hoping that unconditional EU approval of Deutsche Telekom's Dutch deal could signal a softer regulatory stance towards mergers in the sector would do well to be cautious. Shares in the European telecoms sector index gained more than 3 percent on Monday after Reuters reported that the European Commission would clear Deutsche Telekom's deal without demanding any concessions unlike some major cases in recent years. Deutsche Telekom's shares gained as much as 2 percent on Monday while Tele2, which is selling its Dutch business, jumped 9 percent to a four-month high.

  • Deutsche Telekom gains EU approval for Dutch Tele2 deal
    Reuters14 days ago

    Deutsche Telekom gains EU approval for Dutch Tele2 deal

    Deutsche Telekom secured unconditional EU antitrust approval on Tuesday for its bid to acquire Tele2's Dutch business, a move which may trigger a wave of consolidation in the industry as companies bet on a softer regulatory touch. The European Commission said its investigation showed that the deal posed no competition concerns. "After thoroughly analysing the specific role of T-Mobile NL and the smaller Tele2 NL in the Dutch retail mobile market, our investigation found that the proposed acquisition would not significantly change the prices or quality of mobile services for Dutch consumers," European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager said in a statement.

  • Exclusive: Deutsche Telekom to win EU nod for Dutch Tele2 deal, shares jump
    Reuters14 days ago

    Exclusive: Deutsche Telekom to win EU nod for Dutch Tele2 deal, shares jump

    Deutsche Telekom will win unconditional EU antitrust approval to buy Tele2's Dutch business, sources familiar with the matter said on Monday, sending telecoms shares higher on hopes of more flexible regulation on consolidation. The European telecoms index spiked higher, with Tele2 shares jumping 9 percent for their best day in more than four months. The telecoms industry has long called on the European Commission to take a broader view of mergers aimed at boosting revenue and investment, as well as allowing it to compete better against internet rivals.

  • Exclusive: Deutsche Telekom to win EU nod for Dutch Tele2 deal, shares jump
    Reuters15 days ago

    Exclusive: Deutsche Telekom to win EU nod for Dutch Tele2 deal, shares jump

    Deutsche Telekom will win unconditional EU antitrust approval to buy Tele2's Dutch business, sources familiar with the matter said on Monday, sending telecoms shares higher on hopes of more flexible regulation on consolidation. The European telecoms index spiked higher, with Tele2 shares jumping 9 percent for their best day in more than four months. The telecoms industry has long called on the European Commission to take a broader view of mergers aimed at boosting revenue and investment, as well as allowing it to compete better against internet rivals.

  • Reuters26 days ago

    Tele2 says Dutch business not viable before EU rules on Deutsche Telekom deal

    BARCELONA/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Sweden's Tele2 (TEL2b.ST) said on Thursday its Dutch subsidiary was not viable as a standalone business, lending weight to a takeover by Deutsche Telekom's (DTEGn.DE) business there that European regulators are due to rule on this month. KPN (KPN.AS) dominates the Dutch market, with a 43 percent share at the end of 2017, followed by a Vodafone (VOD.L) joint venture with Liberty Global (LBTYA.O), with 30.5 percent and Deutsche Telekom's T-Mobile Nederland with 21 percent.

  • The Wall Street Journal29 days ago

    [$$] Talking Markets: Could BT and Deutsche Dial Up the Next Big Telecoms Deal?

    The FT’s market column Alphaville on Tuesday cited multiple market sources saying Deutsche had been working with advisors on a possible approach and that the pair had held “high-level discussions” recently. One analyst, speaking on condition of anonymity, described it as “garbage,” pointing to BT’s pension deficit as one of the reasons why Deutsche might think twice.

  • Deutsche Telekom warns of risk of 5G disaster on home turf
    Reuterslast month

    Deutsche Telekom warns of risk of 5G disaster on home turf

    The head of Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) warned that Europe's largest telecoms company could face a disaster in its home market if German politicians botch plans for fifth-generation mobile services. The comments from CEO Tim Hoettges came after Telekom raised its outlook for the third time this year as its U.S. unit T-Mobile (TMUS.O) led the way and all of its divisions increased third-quarter profits, including its struggling IT services arm. Germany's telecoms regulator is finalising terms for an auction of 5G mobile spectrum which it will present on Nov. 26.

  • Reuterslast month

    Deutsche Telekom welcomes German cartel office move on Vodafone-Liberty

    Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) CEO Tim Hoettges welcomed a request by Germany's cartel office to rule on Vodafone's (VOD.L) proposed takeover of Liberty Global's (LBTYA.O) German unit, and reiterated his opposition to the deal. "I expressly welcome this," Hoettges said of the request regarding the deal, which is currently before European Union regulators in Brussels, siding with other German critics of the combination. Hoettges said the $26 billion takeover by Telekom's U.S. unit T-Mobile (TMUS.O) of Sprint Corp (S.N) was on track and he saw no reason to doubt that it would win regulatory approval, as expected, in the first half of 2019.

  • Reuterslast month

    Deutsche Telekom welcomes German cartel office move on Vodafone-Liberty

    Deutsche Telekom CEO Tim Hoettges welcomed a request by Germany's cartel office to rule on Vodafone's proposed takeover of Liberty Global's German unit, and reiterated his opposition to the deal. "I expressly welcome this," Hoettges said of the request regarding the deal, which is currently before European Union regulators in Brussels, siding with other German critics of the combination. Hoettges said the $26 billion takeover by Telekom's U.S. unit T-Mobile of Sprint Corp was on track and he saw no reason to doubt that it would win regulatory approval, as expected, in the first half of 2019.

  • The Wall Street Journallast month

    [$$] Deutsche Telekom Raises Guidance on Strong Earnings

    AG (DTE.XE) raised its pretax earnings and cash-flow guidance for 2018 on Thursday, citing customer growth and higher earnings across all its operating segments in the third quarter. The German telecommunications company booked a net profit of 1.11 billion euros ($1.37 billion) in the quarter, up from EUR507 million in the same period last year, when it incurred an impairment loss at its T-Systems corporate unit. Analysts had expected Deutsche Telekom to book a net profit of EUR1.37 billion, according to a FactSet-compiled consensus.

  • Reuterslast month

    D.Telekom warns of risk of 5G disaster on home turf

    The head of Deutsche Telekom warned that Europe's largest telecoms company could face a disaster in its home market if German politicians botch plans for fifth-generation mobile services. The comments from CEO Tim Hoettges came after Telekom raised its outlook for the third time this year as its U.S. unit T-Mobile led the way and all of its divisions increased third-quarter profits, including its struggling IT services arm. Germany's telecoms regulator is finalising terms for an auction of 5G mobile spectrum which it will present on Nov. 26.

  • Deutsche Telekom to build electric car charging network in Germany
    Reuterslast month

    Deutsche Telekom to build electric car charging network in Germany

    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Deutsche Telekom on Monday said it will launch a network of electric vehicle charging stations in Germany by adding power cables to existing fixed line and cable infrastructure boxes ...

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Shell to acquire stake in Deutsche Telekom-led toll services provider

    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - A unit of Royal Dutch Shell (RDSa.AS) is acquiring a 15-percent stake in Toll4Europe, an electronic toll service provider that is controlled by Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE), the German ...

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Deutsche Telekom to launch commercial 5G operations in 2020

    Deutsche Telekom will launch commercial 5G operations in Germany in 2020, as long as enough commercial devices are available, Chief Executive Tim Hoettges said on Wednesday as he pledged to keep up the pace of network investments. Hoettges renewed a pledge to invest 5.5 billion euros ($6.32 billion) a year in building Telekom's broadband network in Germany, according to a statement issued before a meeting on network strategy to be hosted by Germany's main industry lobby.

  • Deutsche Telekom to launch commercial 5G operations in 2020
    Reuters2 months ago

    Deutsche Telekom to launch commercial 5G operations in 2020

    Deutsche Telekom will launch commercial 5G operations in Germany in 2020, as long as enough commercial devices are available, Chief Executive Tim Hoettges said on Wednesday as he pledged to keep up the pace of network investments. Hoettges renewed a pledge to invest 5.5 billion euros ($6.32 billion) a year in building Telekom's broadband network in Germany, according to a statement issued before a meeting on network strategy to be hosted by Germany's main industry lobby.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Deutsche Telekom to offer EU concessions over Dutch deal - source

    Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) will offer concessions in the coming weeks to address EU antitrust concerns about its proposed purchase of Tele2's Dutch business, a person familiar with the matter said on Monday, aiming to head off a veto on the deal. Last month, the European Commission set out its concerns about the transaction, warning the companies that the combination of the third and fourth players in the Dutch market was likely to result in price increases. The competition enforcer has set a Nov. 30 deadline for its decision on the deal, which would be extended if Deutsche Telekom offers concessions.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Deutsche Telekom to help Telefonica hook up 5,000 base stations

    Deutsche Telekom and Telefonica Deutschland said they would expand their network cooperation ahead of Germany's 5G licensing round, with Telekom connecting up to 5,000 of Telefonica's base stations to its fibre-optic network. The partnership will save money for market leader Telekom which it can invest in upgrading its network while helping No.3 player Telefonica get its mobile infrastructure 5G-ready, the companies said.

  • Simply Wall St.3 months ago

    Is Deutsche Telekom AG (FRA:DTE) An Attractive Dividend Stock?

    Dividends can be underrated but they form a large part of investment returns, playing an important role in compounding returns in the long run. Historically, Deutsche Telekom AG (FRA:DTE) hasRead More...

  • Deutsche Telekom says EU raises concerns over Tele2's Dutch deal
    Reuters3 months ago

    Deutsche Telekom says EU raises concerns over Tele2's Dutch deal

    Deutsche Telekom said on Thursday that the European Commission had raised competition concerns about the effect of its planned purchase of the Dutch operations of Sweden's Tele2 on the mobile retail market. "The Commission is arguing that the combination of number 3 (T-Mobile NL) and number 4 (Tele2 NL) is likely to lead to price increases," Deutsche Telekom said in a statement, adding the companies involved disagreed with the Commission's concerns. It said the companies would continue a constructive dialogue with the Commission and that they remained confident that the merger would be approved towards the end of the year.

  • Deutsche Telekom's IT services arm agrees to cut 5,600 German jobs
    Reuters3 months ago

    Deutsche Telekom's IT services arm agrees to cut 5,600 German jobs

    Deutsche Telekom's loss-making IT services arm T-Systems said on Monday it had agreed with labour leaders to cut 5,600 jobs in Germany as part of CEO Adel Al-Saleh's strategy to return the company to profitability. The deal, reached after weeks of talks, marks a breakthrough for Al-Saleh, an American brought in at the start of 2018 to turn around a business that has long been the problem child of Europe's largest telecoms group. Job losses are smaller than the 6,000 originally foreseen by Al-Saleh out of T-Systems' German workforce of 17,000, although a company spokesman said that several hundred staff had left in recent weeks.

  • TechCrunch3 months ago

    Munich Re buys IoT middleware startup, relayr, in deal worth $300M

    Berlin based Internet of Things (IoT) startup relayr, whose middleware platform is geared towards helping industrial companies unlock data insights from their existing machinery and production line kit by linking Internet connected sensors and edge devices to platform controls, has been acquired by insurance group Munich Re in a deal which values the company at $300 million. The startup went on to pass through startupbootcamp and crowdfunded a cute looking chocolate-bar shaped hardware starter kit before expanding into building a hardware agnostic cloud services platform to act as a central hub for data flows.