DTE.TI - DEUTSCHE TELEKOM

TLO - TLO Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
13.785
+0.050 (+0.36%)
As of 4:28PM CEST. Market open.
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Previous Close13.735
Open13.680
Bid13.790 x 1486100
Ask13.800 x 1500000
Day's Range13.635 - 13.785
52 Week Range13.635 - 13.785
Volume8,453
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  • Simply Wall St.6 days 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
    Reuters7 days 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
    Reuters10 days 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.

  • TechCrunch16 days 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.

  • Reuters27 days ago

    Germany needs fourth mobile operator: antitrust chief

    Germany's antitrust regulator called on Friday for a fourth mobile operator to enter the market when 5G licences are auctioned next year, rebutting arguments from the Big Three established players that more competition would hit investment. The intervention by cartel office chief Andreas Mundt underscored concerns that market concentration has left Europe's largest economy lagging its rivals in the race to build connected factories or put self-driving cars on the road. "It would be desirable for competition on the mobile market if the auction enabled the entry of a fourth network operator," Mundt said in a statement.

  • Reuterslast month

    German rail operator, Deutsche Telekom end Iran projects

    German rail operator Deutsche Bahn and Deutsche Telekom are ending projects in Iran after Washington imposed new sanctions against Tehran and said firms doing business with Iran would be barred from doing business with the United States. New U.S. sanctions against Iran took effect last week and several European companies have suspended plans to invest in Iran in light of the U.S. sanctions, including oil major Total as well as carmakers PSA, Renault and Daimler. State-owned Deutsche Bahn is involved in two projects in Iran via its subsidiary DB Engineering&Consulting, a spokeswoman said on Thursday.

  • D.Telekom braced for U.S. feedback this month on $26 billion Sprint deal
    Reuterslast month

    D.Telekom braced for U.S. feedback this month on $26 billion Sprint deal

    Deutsche Telekom said it expects to get initial feedback in late August from U.S. regulators on the proposed takeover of Sprint Corp by its T-Mobile unit, expressing confidence that the $26 billion deal will go through. The Bonn-based group also said on Thursday tough market conditions in the Netherlands reinforced the case for the acquisition of Tele2's local unit that is under a European Union antitrust review. The company raised its profit outlook for the second time this year as it reported second-quarter results buoyed by T-Mobile's strong performance, although this was offset by a drag from the weaker dollar.

  • Reuterslast month

    D.Telekom braced for U.S. feedback this month on $26 bln Sprint deal

    Deutsche Telekom said it expects to get initial feedback in late August from U.S. regulators on the proposed takeover of Sprint Corp by its T-Mobile unit, expressing confidence that the $26 billion deal will go through. The Bonn-based group also said on Thursday tough market conditions in the Netherlands reinforced the case for the acquisition of Tele2's local unit that is under a European Union antitrust review. The company raised its profit outlook for the second time this year as it reported second-quarter results buoyed by T-Mobile's strong performance, although this was offset by a drag from the weaker dollar.

  • Reuterslast month

    Deutsche Telekom says Netherlands market very difficult

    Deutsche Telekom said that market conditions in the Netherlands were very difficult, reinforcing the case behind its bid to buy the Dutch business of Sweden's Tele2 that is now undergoing a European Union antitrust review. "If competition is to be invigorated with new convergent products, and above all if the Netherlands wants a fast 5G roll-out, then the country needs a strong third integrated provider," CFO Thomas Dannenfeldt told a conference call. Speaking after Bonn-based Deutsche Telekom reported results that were dented by the weak dollar, Dannenfeldt said he expected reported and organic results - the latter stated at constant currency - to converge in the current quarter.

  • Deutsche Telekom again lifts core profits guidance
    Reuterslast month

    Deutsche Telekom again lifts core profits guidance

    Deutsche Telekom raised its profit outlook for the second time this year as it reported second-quarter results which showed underlying growth, although this was offset by a drag from the weaker U.S. dollar. Europe's largest telecoms operator said it now expected adjusted earnings before interest, taxation, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) to reach 23.4 billion euros ($27.17 billion) in 2018, up from 23.3 billion previously, at constant exchange rates. "We remain firmly on track," Chief Financial Officer Thomas Dannenfeldt said of the results.

  • The Wall Street Journallast month

    [$$] Deutsche Telekom 2nd Quarter Net Profit Fell

    Deutsche Telekom AG on Thursday raised its guidance for the full year as its second-quarter net profit nearly halved on a one-off expense.

  • Deutsche Telekom Raises Forecast on Back of Growth in U.S.
    Bloomberglast month

    Deutsche Telekom Raises Forecast on Back of Growth in U.S.

    Deutsche Telekom AG forecast higher full-year earnings bolstered by growth in the U.S., underscoring that the planned $26.5 billion deal for its T-Mobile US Inc. unit to buy Sprint Corp. is vital for the German carrier. Deutsche Telekom is defending leading positions in Germany and elsewhere in Europe, where growth is harder to come by -- especially as rival Vodafone Group Plc is bolstering its portfolio with some of Liberty Global Plc’s units.

  • Why Deutsche Telekom AG’s (FRA:DTE) Ownership Structure Is Important
    Simply Wall St.last month

    Why Deutsche Telekom AG’s (FRA:DTE) Ownership Structure Is Important

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  • Reuters2 months ago

    Deutsche Telekom names Bohle as next head of personnel

    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) on Friday named Birgit Bohle as its next head of personnel, filling a post that will fall vacant when Christian Illek takes over as chief financial officer ...

  • Reuters2 months ago

    T-Systems pay offer 'not acceptable' - labour union

    A pay offer made by T-Systems, Deutsche Telekom's (DTEGn.DE) IT services arm, is not acceptable, the Verdi services union negotiating on behalf of 11,000 workers said on Friday after a fourth round of wage talks. The offer from T-Systems foresees a 1.6 percent raise on April 1 of next year and would extend a pledge to refrain from compulsory redundancies by two years. "Twelve empty months and a small percentage increase in 2019 would mean a massive loss of incomes in real terms," Verdi pay negotiator Michael Jaekel said in a statement.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Deutsche Telekom's T-Systems offers to extend no-redundancy pledge

    Deutsche Telekom's (DTEGn.DE) troubled IT services arm T-Systems made a pay offer on Thursday that included extending a pledge to refrain from compulsory redundancies by two years. CEO Adel Al-Saleh recently said he wanted to cut 10,000 jobs in a drive to return T-Systems to profitability and the pay proposal seeks to sweeten that pill by extending a pledge there would be no forced layoffs until the end of 2020. The company's pay offer runs to the end of 2019 and assumes that T-Systems hits its business targets this year, and foresees a pay rise of 1.6 percent on April 1, 2019, the company said.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    EU clears Deutsche Telekom to buy Liberty Global's Austrian unit

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU antitrust regulators approved on Monday Deutsche Telekom's (DTEGn.DE) 1.9-billion-euro (1.7 billion pounds) purchase of cable provider Liberty Global's (LBTYA.O) Austrian unit, ...

  • Reuters2 months ago

    EU clears Deutsche Telekom to buy Liberty Global's Austrian unit

    EU antitrust regulators approved on Monday Deutsche Telekom's 1.9-billion-euro purchase of cable provider Liberty Global's Austrian unit, saying the deal would not hurt competition. The European Commission ...

  • Are Deutsche Telekom AG’s (FRA:DTE) Interest Costs Too High?
    Simply Wall St.3 months ago

    Are Deutsche Telekom AG’s (FRA:DTE) Interest Costs Too High?

    Deutsche Telekom AG (FRA:DTE), a large-cap worth €65.18b, comes to mind for investors seeking a strong and reliable stock investment. One reason being its ‘too big to fail’ aura whichRead More...

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Deutsche Telekom's T-Systems to cut 10,000 jobs - CEO

    T-Systems, the lossmaking IT services arm of Germany's Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE), plans to cut 10,000 jobs in a three-year drive to return to profitability, CEO Adel Al-Saleh told staff on Thursday. Al-Saleh, brought in this year to turn around T-Systems, told a staff meeting at its Bonn headquarters that 6,000 of the job cuts would come in Germany as the firm takes out management layers and shuts most of its offices. "The reduction programme will be expensive because we want to make it as socially bearable as possible - but this investment will pay off," Al-Saleh told a town hall meeting with 400 staff that was watched by 9,000 more online.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Deutsche Telekom's T-Systems to cut 10,000 jobs - CEO

    T-Systems, the lossmaking IT services arm of Germany's Deutsche Telekom, plans to cut 10,000 jobs in a three-year drive to return to profitability, CEO Adel Al-Saleh told staff on Thursday. Al-Saleh, brought in this year to turn around T-Systems, told a staff meeting at its Bonn headquarters that 6,000 of the job cuts would come in Germany as the firm takes out management layers and shuts most of its offices. "The reduction programme will be expensive because we want to make it as socially bearable as possible - but this investment will pay off," Al-Saleh told a town hall meeting with 400 staff that was watched by 9,000 more online.

  • Associated Press3 months ago

    Deutsche Telekom subsidiary T-Systems to cut 10,000 jobs

    BERLIN (AP) — German IT services and consulting company T-Systems, a subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom, plans to cut 10,000 jobs worldwide by 2020.

  • Deutsche Telekom raises EBITDA guidance
    CNBC Videoslast month

    Deutsche Telekom raises EBITDA guidance

    Guy Peddy, head of European telecom research at Macquarie Group, discuses the performance of Deutsche Telekom and investing in Europe's telecoms sector more broadly.