DTE.TI - DEUTSCHE TELEKOM

TLO - TLO Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
13.285
-0.005 (-0.038%)
At close: 4:11PM CET
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Previous Close13.290
Open13.385
Bid0.000 x 1486100
Ask0.000 x 1500000
Day's Range13.300 - 13.385
52 Week Range13.300 - 13.385
Volume115
Avg. VolumeN/A
Market CapN/A
BetaN/A
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • Deutsche Telekom CEO Touts 5G Mobile `Revolution' for Services
    Bloomberg Videolast month

    Deutsche Telekom CEO Touts 5G Mobile `Revolution' for Services

    Jan.21 -- Deutsche Telekom Chief Executive Officer Tim Hoettges claims the ultra fast fifth generation of wireless technology will be a "revolution" for the telecom industry. He sits down with Bloomberg's Matt Miller to discuss.

  • Reuters1 hour ago

    Deutsche Telekom extends CEO's contract and names new CFO

    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) has extended the contract of its chief executive officer and named a new finance chief to take over next year, the company announced on Wednesday. Tim ...

  • Deutsche Telekom and Zeiss Create Smart Glasses Startup
    Bloomberg14 days ago

    Deutsche Telekom and Zeiss Create Smart Glasses Startup

    Deutsche Telekom AG has created a digital glasses startup with manufacturer Carl Zeiss AG, as Europe’s biggest telecoms company joins the race in developing usable augmented reality devices.

  • Reuters22 days ago

    Germany plans temporary nationalisation of truck toll company

    The German government plans to nationalise motorway truck toll company Toll Collect temporarily until a new operator has been found, a transport ministry spokesman said late on Monday. Toll Collect, the world's first satellite-based truck toll system, is 45 percent-owned by German carmaker Daimler (DAIGn.DE), 45 percent by Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) and 10 percent by Vinci (SGEF.PA) unit Cofiroute. Confirming a report by business daily Handelsblatt, the transport ministry spokesman said that the federal government intends to take over the Toll Collect in September before starting the bidding process to renew the operating contract, which expires this year.

  • Reuterslast month

    Orange, D.Telekom held 2017 merger talks, but matter 'closed' - source

    LONDON/PARIS (Reuters) - Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) and France's Orange (ORAN.PA) held merger talks last year that fizzled out because it was not feasible to put the companies on an equal footing, a source close to the situation said, adding the matter was now closed. Shares in Deutsche Telekom closed up 2.1 percent at 14.735 euros, while Orange's ended up 2.2 percent at 14.765 euros, after Le Monde newspaper reported negotiations were held between May and September. The German and French governments own sizeable stakes in the respective companies and the source told Reuters that the talks ended before any bank was mandated to work on a deal.

  • Bloomberglast month

    Deutsche Telekom CEO Touts 5G Mobile `Revolution' for Services

    The ultra-fast fifth generation of wireless technology will be a “revolution” for the telecom industry, spurring new services and revenue models, said Deutsche Telekom Chief Executive Officer Tim Hoettges....

  • Reuterslast month

    Deutsche Telekom expects steady dividend hikes: paper

    Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) will keep to its promise of hiking dividends in 2018 and the years thereafter, its Chief Financial Officer Thomas Dannenfeldt told German daily Boersen-Zeitung. "I am very confident that we will be able to stick to our promises, in particular with respect to the planned increase of our free cash flow by about 10 percent and the according dividend policy", he was quoted as saying on Saturday. "I see no reason to deviate from (our planning) in 2018", he said, adding that investors should expect continuous growth of capital expenditure, sales, earnings and dividends.

  • Reuterslast month

    Deutsche Telekom to split T-Systems unit under new leadership

    Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) is planning to split its IT services and consulting business T-Systems into two separate units in a bid to halt a slide in earnings, a spokesman for Deutsche Telekom said, confirming a newspaper report. The move will have advantages for T-Systems' customers and the company itself as the two units would be closer to their respective markets and would be more flexible, he said, without providing further details. German daily Handelsblatt earlier reported that T-Systems' new head, Adel Al-Saleh, had presented plans to managers on Monday to create one unit focused on classical IT outsourcing and another responsible for the rest of the company's business.