DTEGY - Deutsche Telekom AG

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15.57
-0.05 (-0.32%)
At close: 3:59PM EDT
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Previous Close15.62
Open15.50
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range15.42 - 15.58
52 Week Range15.42 - 19.88
Volume103,687
Avg. Volume226,631
Market Cap74.276B
Beta0.59
PE Ratio (TTM)17.20
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.80 (4.58%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-05-18
1y Target EstN/A
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  • CNBC2 days ago

    T-Mobile hired lobbying firm linked to former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski

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  • Deutsche Telekom promises to be dependable and deliver higher growth
    Reuters4 days ago

    Deutsche Telekom promises to be dependable and deliver higher growth

    Deutsche Telekom pledged its business divisions spanning Germany, Europe and the United States would all show growth from next year and said it would tie dividends to rising bottom-line profits in future. Hiking the dividend will require Deutsche Telekom to deliver on its growth promise -- including fixing its troubled IT services unit T-Systems -- while capping capital investment and curbing costs. The Bonn-based company, in which the German state still owns a 31 percent stake, said it expected revenues to rise by 1-2 percent per year from 2017 to 2021, adjusted core profits by 2-4 percent and free cash flow by 10 percent.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Deutsche Telekom promises to be dependable and deliver higher growth

    Deutsche Telekom pledged its business divisions spanning Germany, Europe and the United States would all show growth from next year and said it would tie dividends to rising bottom-line profits in future. Hiking the dividend will require Deutsche Telekom to deliver on its growth promise -- including fixing its troubled IT services unit T-Systems -- while capping capital investment and curbing costs. The Bonn-based company, in which the German state still owns a 31 percent stake, said it expected revenues to rise by 1-2 percent per year from 2017 to 2021, adjusted core profits by 2-4 percent and free cash flow by 10 percent.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Deutsche Telekom to keep options open on T-Systems

    Deutsche Telekom said it will keep its options open on the future of T-Systems, saying in an investor presentation it would "maintain strategic optionality" with regard to the troubled IT services ...

  • The Wall Street Journal4 days ago

    [$$] Deutsche Telekom to Cut €1.5bn in Costs

    AG (DTE.XE) said Thursday that it is aiming to “significantly” cut costs and that it is mulling share buybacks as part of plans to pay shareholders. The company will use automation and digitalization to reduce indirect costs outside of the U.S. by 1.5 billion euros ($1.76 billion) by 2021, it said. About half of the cuts will come from non-staff related savings in areas including real-estate and legacy IT platforms, Deutsche Telekom said.

  • Deutsche Telekom urges affordable terms for 5G spectrum auctions
    Reuters11 days ago

    Deutsche Telekom urges affordable terms for 5G spectrum auctions

    Deutsche Telekom on Thursday urged Germany to auction frequencies for fifth-generation mobile services on reasonable terms to ensure that there is enough money left over to invest in infrastructure. "We can only spend each euro once - either on spectrum or network build-out. My suggestion would be on buildout," CEO Tim Hoettges said in a speech to the company's annual shareholders meeting.

  • Deutsche Telekom urges affordable terms for 5G spectrum auctions
    Reuters11 days ago

    Deutsche Telekom urges affordable terms for 5G spectrum auctions

    Deutsche Telekom on Thursday urged Germany to auction frequencies for fifth-generation mobile services on reasonable terms to ensure that there is enough money left over to invest in infrastructure. "We can only spend each euro once - either on spectrum or network build-out. My suggestion would be on buildout," CEO Tim Hoettges said in a speech to the company's annual shareholders meeting.

  • The Wall Street Journal11 days ago

    [$$] Daimler, Deutsche Telekom Settle Truck Toll Dispute

    Daimler and Deutsche Telekom have reached an agreement with the German government, ending a 14-year dispute over the implementation of their jointly run Toll Collect toll-management system for trucks.

  • Daimler, Deutsche Telekom Settle 14-Year-Old Truck-Toll Case
    Bloomberg11 days ago

    Daimler, Deutsche Telekom Settle 14-Year-Old Truck-Toll Case

    Daimler AG and Deutsche Telekom AG agreed to a 3.2 billion-euro ($3.8 billion) deal with the German government, ending a spat over the clunky start of a system to collect truck tolls that had become one of the country’s longest running legal disputes. The agreement involves a cash payment of 1.1 billion euros, which will be split evenly between the Daimler and Deutsche Telekom, Germany’s Transport Ministry said late Tuesday. Daimler, the Stuttgart-based maker of Mercedes-Benz cars and trucks, said the deal will lead to a one-time charge of about 600 million euros in the current quarter.

  • Reuters11 days ago

    Telekom, Daimler settle truck toll dispute with German government

    A consortium that owns motorway truck toll company Toll Collect has agreed to pay the German government 3.2 billion euros (£2.8 billion) to settle a dispute over the late introduction of the system, Deutsche Telekom and Daimler said on Wednesday. The deal was first reported by German business newspaper Handelsblatt, which quoted government sources. The government in 2004 sought damages from Toll Collect - which 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 - over delays to the introduction of the world's first satellite-based truck toll system.

  • InvestorPlace12 days ago

    Merger Speeds Up the Comeback of T-Mobile US Inc

    T-Mobile US Inc (NASDAQ:TMUS) has ridden the comeback trail for many years now. 5G also likely played a role in the revival of the proposed merger with Sprint Corp (NYSE:S). T-Mobile had already set its comeback in motion even when most believed the merger with Sprint was off.

  • Moody's16 days ago

    Vodafone Group Plc -- Moody's places Vodafone's Baa1 ratings on review for downgrade

    Moody's Investors Service ("Moody's") has today placed Vodafone Group Plc's ("Vodafone" or "the company") Baa1 ratings on review for downgrade. Concurrently, Moody's has affirmed the company's Prime-2 (P-2) short-term rating. The review follows the announcement of the proposed acquisition of Unitymedia GmbH ("Unitymedia"), the German cable operator owned by Liberty Global plc ("Liberty", Ba3 stable), and the Central and Eastern European assets of Liberty's subsidiary, UPC Holding B.V. (Ba3, negative), for an enterprise value (EV) of EUR18.4 billion, equivalent to an EV/EBITDA multiple of around 11x (before synergies).

  • Reuters18 days ago

    Deutsche Telekom voices Vodafone-Liberty competition concerns

    Deutsche Telekom criticised Vodafone's $21.8 billion deal to buy Liberty Global operations in continental Europe, but the German market leader stopped short of calling for regulators to block it. Instead, CEO Tim Hoettges seized on Wednesday's announcement to argue that regulation of Deutsche Telekom -- which is required to open up its German fixed-line network to third parties at controlled prices -- should be eased. Hoettges had previously said such a deal would be "unacceptable", triggering a public spat with Vodafone CEO Vittorio Colao.

  • Reuters18 days ago

    Deutsche Telekom voices Vodafone-Liberty competition concerns

    Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) criticized Vodafone's (VOD.L) $21.8 billion deal to buy Liberty Global (LBTYA.O) operations in continental Europe, but the German market leader stopped short of calling for regulators to block it. Instead, CEO Tim Hoettges seized on Wednesday's announcement to argue that regulation of Deutsche Telekom -- which is required to open up its German fixed-line network to third parties at controlled prices -- should be eased. Hoettges had previously said such a deal would be "unacceptable", triggering a public spat with Vodafone CEO Vittorio Colao.

  • Reuters18 days ago

    Deutsche Telekom voices Vodafone-Liberty competition concerns

    Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) criticised Vodafone's (VOD.L) $21.8 billion deal to buy Liberty Global (LBTYA.O) operations in continental Europe, but the German market leader stopped short of calling for regulators to block it. Instead, CEO Tim Hoettges seized on Wednesday's announcement to argue that regulation of Deutsche Telekom -- which is required to open up its German fixed-line network to third parties at controlled prices -- should be eased. Hoettges had previously said such a deal would be "unacceptable", triggering a public spat with Vodafone CEO Vittorio Colao.

  • Deutsche Telekom CEO says Vodafone, Liberty Tie-up Unacceptable
    Bloomberg19 days ago

    Deutsche Telekom CEO says Vodafone, Liberty Tie-up Unacceptable

    Deutsche Telekom CEO Tim Hoettges says Vodafone's purchase of Liberty Global's German and Eastern European units is "unacceptable." He speaks with Bloomberg's Matt Miller on "Bloomberg Surveillance," ...

  • TheStreet.com19 days ago

    Vodafone Raises Deutsche Telekom Challenge with $22 Billion Liberty Global Deal

    John Malone is in retreat. Vodafone will pay €18.4 billion ($21.8 billion), including debt, for Liberty Global's Germany operations, as well as the group's businesses in he Czech Republic, Hungary and Romania. The deal, which must first be cleared by European Commission regulators, would give Vodafone a European "on net" customer base of 54 million homes and a total reach of 110 million throughout its so-called "next generation network".

  • The Wall Street Journal19 days ago

    [$$] Vodafone Confirms Deal to Buy Some of Liberty Global's European Assets

    The deal, which is valued at €19 billion ($22.5 billion) and would give Liberty Global €10.6 billion in cash, would face a possibly lengthy European Union antitrust review. If completed, the merger would create a continental giant selling the industry’s holy grail “quad-play” package: cable, internet, wireless and landline-phone service on a single bill.

  • Vodafone's $22 Billion Liberty Deal Reshapes Europe Telecom
    Bloomberg19 days ago

    Vodafone's $22 Billion Liberty Deal Reshapes Europe Telecom

    Vodafone Group Plc is shaking up Europe’s fragmented media and telecom market with an 18.4 billion-euro ($22 billion) deal to buy almost a third of Liberty Global Plc, part of a global push for scale as carriers face massive network investments and competition from digital players. With the acquisition of Liberty Global’s German and Eastern European units, Vodafone Chief Executive Officer Vittorio Colao is reshaping spheres of influence in a way that has already drawn a harsh rebuke from his closest rival, Deutsche Telekom AG. The purchase, the largest by Colao in his decade running Newbury, England-based Vodafone, threatens the continent’s biggest carrier Deutsche Telekom in its home market.

  • The Wall Street Journal19 days ago

    [$$] Deutsche Telekom Upbeat as Profit Rises

    AG (DTE.XE) said Wednesday that its first-quarter net profit rose 33% and it increased its outlook for the year. The German telecommunications company said net profit for the three-month period was 992 million euros ($1.18 billion) compared with EUR747 million during the same period last year. Analysts had expected Deutsche Telekom’s first-quarter net income to be EUR1.08 billion, according to a consensus forecast provided by the company.

  • Deutsche Telekom raises EBITDA guidance as T-Mobile US performs
    Reuters19 days ago

    Deutsche Telekom raises EBITDA guidance as T-Mobile US performs

    Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE), Europe's largest telecoms firm, nudged up its forecast for core earnings this year on a strong showing by its T-Mobile US (TMUS.O) unit, which has agreed to take over Sprint Corp (S.N). Bonn-based Deutsche Telekom said on Wednesday it now expected adjusted earnings before interest, taxation depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) of 23.3 billion euros ($27.6 billion), just up from its prior expectation of 23.2 billion. "We remain on course for success in 2018," CEO Tim Hoettges said in a statement as Telekom published first-quarter results that were broadly in line with market expectations but reflected the impact of the weak U.S. dollar.

  • Vodafone to expand in Europe with $21.8 bn Liberty assets purchase
    Reuters Videos18 days ago

    Vodafone to expand in Europe with $21.8 bn Liberty assets purchase

    Vodafone Group has agreed an 18.4 billion euro ($21.8 billion) deal to buy cable TV company Liberty Global's operations in Germany, Czech Republic, Hungary and Romania. Silvia Antonioli reports.

  • Vodafone-Liberty Deal Gets Reaction From Competitors
    Bloomberg Video18 days ago

    Vodafone-Liberty Deal Gets Reaction From Competitors

    May.09 -- Bloomberg's Benedikt Kammel discusses the Vodafone-Liberty deal. He speaks with David Westin on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."

  • Deutsche Telekom CEO Says Vodafone, Liberty Tie-Up Unacceptable
    Bloomberg Video19 days ago

    Deutsche Telekom CEO Says Vodafone, Liberty Tie-Up Unacceptable

    May.09 -- Deutsche Telekom Chief Executive Officer Tim Hoettges says Vodafone's purchase of Liberty Global's German and Eastern European units is "unacceptable." He speaks with Bloomberg's Matt Miller on "Bloomberg Surveillance" in an exclusive interview in Bonn, Germany.