ILD.PA - Iliad SA

Paris - Paris Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
162.85
0.00 (0.00%)
As of 11:43AM CEST. Market open.
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Previous Close162.85
Open163.20
Bid183.10 x 600
Ask187.50 x 2500
Day's Range162.15 - 163.65
52 Week Range160.10 - 236.70
Volume17,693
Avg. Volume145,849
Market Cap9.599B
Beta0.69
PE Ratio (TTM)24.71
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.68 (0.41%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-06-20
1y Target EstN/A
  • French group Orange dials up higher first-quarter profits and sales
    Reuters3 hours ago

    French group Orange dials up higher first-quarter profits and sales

    French telecoms group Orange (ORAN.PA) said on Thursday that its joint offers in broadband and mobile had driven up quarterly sales and profits over its main markets, underpinning its high investments on networks. The so-called "convergent offers" jumped by 10.4 percent in the first quarter from a year earlier to 10.5 million customers, 6 million of whom were in France, which generates more than 40 percent of group revenues. Orange's sales in France grew by 2.1 percent -- up for the fourth straight quarter, signalling that the former monopoly is coming out of a tough period that had been triggered by the arrival in 2012 of Iliad (ILD.PA)'s low cost mobile services.

  • J&J Baby Powder litigation takes new focus with asbestos claims
    Reuters10 days ago

    J&J Baby Powder litigation takes new focus with asbestos claims

    A $117 million (£82 million) verdict against Johnson & Johnson (JNJ.N) and a supplier in favour of a man who said his asbestos-related cancer was caused by long-term use of J&J's Baby Powder could open a new front for thousands of cases claiming the widely-used product caused cancer, legal experts and plaintiffs lawyers said. J&J has been battling some 6,000 cases claiming its baby powder and Shower to Shower products cause ovarian cancer. The $117 million verdict by a New Jersey jury last week, however, involved a different form of cancer that is clearly linked to asbestos.

  • J&J, Imerys unit must pay $117 million in New Jersey asbestos cancer case
    Reuters15 days ago

    J&J, Imerys unit must pay $117 million in New Jersey asbestos cancer case

    Johnson & Johnson (JNJ.N) and Imerys Talc America, a unit of Imerys SA (IMTP.PA), must pay $117 million in damages in a case involving a man who said he developed cancer due to his exposure to asbestos in talc-based products, a New Jersey state court jury said on Wednesday. The jury ordered the companies to pay an additional $80 million in punitive damages to Stephen Lanzo after awarding him and his wife $37 million in compensatory damages during the first stage of the trial last Thursday. The verdict by jurors in New Brunswick, New Jersey, came in the second trial nationally to focus on claims that J&J's talc products contained asbestos as the company separately fights thousands of cases claiming they can also cause ovarian cancer.

  • Reuters15 days ago

    J&J, Imerys unit must pay $117 mln in N.J. asbestos cancer case

    Johnson & Johnson and Imerys Talc America, a unit of Imerys SA, must pay $117 million in damages in a case involving a man who said he developed cancer due to his exposure to asbestos in talc-based products, a New Jersey state court jury said on Wednesday. The jury ordered the companies to pay an additional $80 million in punitive damages to Stephen Lanzo after awarding him and his wife $37 million in compensatory damages during the first stage of the trial last Thursday.

  • Asbestos in Talc Products Verdict Means J&J, Imerys Owe Millions
    Bloomberg15 days ago

    Asbestos in Talc Products Verdict Means J&J, Imerys Owe Millions

    Johnson & Johnson and a talc-mining company were ordered by jurors to pay $80 million in punitive damages for hiding that their products, including J&J’s iconic baby powder, had been tainted by asbestos ...

  • Reuters15 days ago

    J&J, Imerys must pay $80 mln punitive damages in case linking cancer to asbestos in talc

    Johnson & Johnson and an Imerys SA unit must pay an additional $80 million in punitive damages in a lawsuit claiming a man developed cancer due to his exposure to asbestos in talc-based products, a New Jersey state court jury said on Wednesday. The decision brings the total award to $117 million, including the jury's verdict on Thursday which ordered the two companies to pay $37 million in compensatory damages. The verdict by jurors in New Brunswick, New Jersey, came in the second trial nationally to focus on claims that J&J's talc products contained asbestos as the company separately fights thousands of cases claiming they can also cause ovarian cancer.

  • As prince visits, Saudi Aramco to sign $10 billion of deals in France
    Reuters17 days ago

    As prince visits, Saudi Aramco to sign $10 billion of deals in France

    Saudi Aramco will sign eight deals worth $10 billion with French firms on Tuesday, the chief executive of the state-run oil giant said on Monday - the main contracts expected to be sealed during Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's visit to France. The powerful young prince who is behind modernising reforms in Saudi Arabia is on a three-day trip at a time when relations between the two countries have become more complicated, including over how to address Iran's role in the region. Aramco and French oil major Total plan to sign an agreement to expand their joint venture refinery in Saudi Arabia, sources familiar with the matter told Reuters on April 5.

  • Reuters20 days ago

    J&J loses trial over claims linking cancer to asbestos in talc

    The verdict of liability in Middlesex County Superior Court in New Brunswick came as J&J fights thousands of cases claiming its talc products can also cause ovarian cancer. The jury found J&J and another company liable after more than two months of trial. The lawsuit was brought by New Jersey resident Stephen Lanzo, who said he developed mesothelioma after inhaling dust that was generated through his regular use of J&J talc powder products since his birth in 1972.

  • Reuters20 days ago

    UPDATE 2-J&J loses trial over claims linking cancer to asbestos in talc

    Johnson & Johnson suffered its first trial loss in a lawsuit claiming its talc-based products including Johnson's Baby Powder contain cancer-causing asbestos, with a New Jersey jury on Thursday ordering J&J and another company to pay $37 million in damages. The verdict of liability in Middlesex County Superior Court in New Brunswick came as J&J fights thousands of cases claiming its talc products can also cause ovarian cancer.

  • How Financially Strong Is Iliad SA (EPA:ILD)?
    Simply Wall St.last month

    How Financially Strong Is Iliad SA (EPA:ILD)?

    Investors seeking to preserve capital in a volatile environment might consider large-cap stocks such as Iliad SA (ENXTPA:ILD) a safer option. One reason being its ‘too big to fail’ auraRead More...

  • Board of France's Orange backs company head Richard with new contract
    Reuters2 months ago

    Board of France's Orange backs company head Richard with new contract

    Stephane Richard, the head of Orange (ORAN.PA), was offered a four-year contract extension on Tuesday by the board of France's largest telecoms operator. Richard, who also serves as Orange's chief executive officer, faces legal charges, which he denies. Shareholders will vote on renewing his mandate at the company's annual general meeting in May, Orange said.

  • Nazi ‘Downfall’ Video Leads to $6 Million Windfall
    Bloomberg2 months ago

    Nazi ‘Downfall’ Video Leads to $6 Million Windfall

    Apparently, you can do worse than comparing your industry rivals to Nazis.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Telecom Italia deputy chairman gives up operational powers: sources

    Telecom Italia's Deputy Chairman Giuseppe Recchi has given up operational powers, two sources with knowledge of the matter said, in the latest sign of turmoil at the helm of Italy's biggest phone group. The sources also said the group was set to file an extraordinary appeal to Italy's head of state against a so-called "golden power" decree giving the government special powers over companies of strategic national importance. TIM has put forward proposals over how to implement the decree and is still waiting for answer.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Altice's new structure is not meant to facilitate a market consolidation in France: CEO

    PARIS (Reuters) - The separation of Altice (ATCA.AS) (ATUS.N)'s U.S. and European operations is not meant to facilitate a market consolidation in France, Altice Chief Executive Officer Dexter Goei said ...

  • Reuters4 months ago

    French telecoms tycoon Niel to take over Ireland's eir in $770 million deal

    PARIS/DUBLIN (Reuters) - French telecoms entrepreneur Xavier Niel is to buy a majority stake in eir, Ireland's former state telecoms monopoly, in a 650 million-euro (£574.26 million) deal that takes his listed company Iliad (ILD.PA) into its second foreign market. The complicated structure of the deal involves both Iliad and Niel's private holding company NJJ buying stakes from a group of investment funds, which analysts said reconciles his expansionary ambitions with a need to keep Iliad's debt down in readiness for further consolidation in the French market.

  • Reuters5 months ago

    Corrected - Orange's boss Richard promises investors more of the same

    PARIS/LONDON (Reuters) - Orange's (ORAN.PA) boss Stephane Richard told investors on Thursday he will stick with plans to invest heavily in upgrading networks rather than content as he bids for a third term to lead France's biggest telecoms operator. Richard is credited with having improved Orange's results in the fiercely competitive French market.

  • Reuters5 months ago

    U.S. entrepreneur bets on new Silicon Valley in west France

    When Rob Spiro left San Francisco to settle in France with his wife and kid in 2016, the family chose a mid-sized city on France's west coast over Paris' burgeoning start-up scene. At 32, the Yale-educated entrepreneur and former Google product manager had already co-founded two start-ups, including one sold to Google for $50 million in 2010. In Nantes, France's sixth largest city, known for its mediaeval castle and whimsical mechanical creatures, he sees the potential for a smaller version of America's Silicon Valley, home to tech giants Apple, Facebook and Google.

  • Reuters5 months ago

    Iliad posts higher quarterly sales as it prepares Italian launch

    Iliad (ILD.PA), whose market launch in 2012 shook up the French telecoms industry, won over more customers in both its fixed and mobile businesses in the third-quarter and said it was on its way to finalising a team to launch its business in Italy. Iliad’s launch in Italy, due later this year or early 2018, is its first international foray besides a failed $15 billion bid for T-Mobile US, and will be a major test for the French company's billionaire founder and majority owner Xavier Niel. "More than 70 people have already been recruited, essentially in Milan but also in Rome," Chief Financial Officer Thomas Reynaud said in an interview on the sidelines of a Morgan Stanley telecoms conference in Barcelona.

  • Reuters5 months ago

    Iliad posts higher quarterly sales as it prepares Italian launch

    Iliad, whose market launch in 2012 shook up the French telecoms industry, won over more customers in both its fixed and mobile businesses in the third-quarter and said it was on its way to finalising a team to launch its business in Italy. Iliad’s launch in Italy, due later this year or early 2018, is its first international foray besides a failed $15 billion bid for T-Mobile US, and will be a major test for the French company's billionaire founder and majority owner Xavier Niel. Iliad is aiming to grab a quarter of the Italian mobile market using the same cut-throat prices and straightforward contracts that conquered France, two sources familiar with its plan told Reuters in April.

  • Reuters5 months ago

    Iliad posts higher quarterly sales as it prepares Italian launch

    Iliad, whose market launch in 2012 shook up the French telecoms industry, won over more customers in both its fixed and mobile businesses in the third-quarter and said it was on its way to finalising a team to launch its business in Italy. Iliad’s launch in Italy, due later this year or early 2018, is its first international foray besides a failed $15 billion bid for T-Mobile US, and will be a major test for the French company's billionaire founder and majority owner Xavier Niel. "More than 70 people have already been recruited, essentially in Milan but also in Rome," Chief Financial Officer Thomas Reynaud said in an interview on the sidelines of a Morgan Stanley telecoms conference in Barcelona.

  • Vodafone bets on customer data to avoid India-style price war in Italy
    Reuters5 months ago

    Vodafone bets on customer data to avoid India-style price war in Italy

    BARCELONA/LONDON (Reuters) - Vodafone plans to use its expertise in customer data to help to fend off competition in Italy from French newcomer Iliad and avoid an India-style price war, its chief executive said on Wednesday. Iliad, backed by French billionaire Xavier Niel, is aiming to grab a quarter of the Italian mobile market using the same cut-throat prices that helped it to conquer France five years ago, sources familiar with the plans have told Reuters. In India, new entrant Reliance Jio took more than 6 percent of the Indian market in just a year thanks to free voice and cheap data, forcing rivals - which include Vodafone - to drop prices and merge.

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents8 months ago

    Edited Transcript of ILD.PA earnings conference call or presentation 1-Sep-17 7:00am GMT

    Half Year 2017 Iliad SA Earnings Presentation

  • Reuters8 months ago

    Flying water taxis highlight French startup frustrations

    French yachtsman Alain Thebault wants to turn a boat design he used to break a world speed sailing record in 2009 into a clean, fast taxi service for the waterways of major cities. The SeaBubble won the backing of private investors - Thebault expects to raise between 50 to 100 million euros by the end of September. Emmanuel Macron, France's pro-business president who wants to create a "startup nation", even championed the idea when he was economy minister.