ILD.PA - Iliad SA

Paris - Paris Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
203.15
-0.35 (-0.17%)
At close: 5:35PM CET
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Previous Close203.50
Open203.30
Bid183.10 x 600
Ask187.50 x 2500
Day's Range201.40 - 203.30
52 Week Range176.90 - 236.70
Volume154,228
Avg. Volume90,728
Market Cap11.97B
Beta0.32
PE Ratio (TTM)27.87
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.00 (0.00%)
Ex-Dividend Date2016-06-21
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters8 days 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.

  • Reuters10 days 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.

  • Reuterslast month

    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.

  • Reuterslast month

    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.

  • Reuterslast month

    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
    Reuterslast month

    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 StreetEvents3 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

  • Reuters4 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.

  • J&J Loses $110 Million Verdict Over Talc Cancer-Link Claim
    Bloomberg7 months ago

    J&J Loses $110 Million Verdict Over Talc Cancer-Link Claim

    Johnson & Johnson was ordered by a St. Louis jury to pay more than $110 million to a Virginia woman who blamed her ovarian cancer on the company’s talcum products.

  • Reuters9 months ago

    Altice mum on possible US listing as quarterly profits rise

    Altice, the fourth-biggest cable operator in the United States, reported a 16 percent jump in quarterly core operating profit on Wednesday but gave no update on whether it might list its U.S. business. The group's founder, Franco-Israeli tycoon Patrick Drahi, has expanded through a rapid series of debt-fuelled acquisitions in the United States and Europe that has left it with total net debt of 50.4 billion euros ($53 bln) at the end of 2016, or about twice its annual revenues. The group's operating free cash flow, however, jumped 20.4 percent to 968 million euros in the fourth quarter, potentially giving it room to pay down some of that debt.

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents9 months ago

    Edited Transcript of ILD.PA earnings conference call or presentation 7-Mar-17 8:00am GMT

    Full Year 2016 Iliad SA Earnings Presentation

  • Reuters9 months ago

    European shares slip as Trump tweet hits drugmakers

    LONDON/MILAN, March 7 (Reuters) - European shares fell on Tuesday as shares in big international drugmakers were hit after U.S. President Donald Trump tweeted about lowering drug prices. Also weighing were companies such as Casino and Aggreko which reported disappointing results, but merger talk boosted shares in Italian TV tower firms. The region's healthcare index was the top drag to the STOXX, down 1 percent, after Trump said he was working on a new system to increase competition and bring down drugs prices.

  • Budget Billionaire Learns How to Spend It
    Bloomberg9 months ago

    Budget Billionaire Learns How to Spend It

    Costs are mounting for Iliad's founder.

  • Reuters9 months ago

    European shares slip for 4th day as Aggreko, Casino sink

    European shares extended losses on Tuesday on an earnings-heavy day as the biggest fallers Aggreko and Casino were weighed down by results. Data from Germany added to the downcast mood as figures showed that Europe's largest economy saw industrial orders fall 7.4 percent in January, their biggest monthly fall in eight years due to a slump in domestic and euro zone demand. Europe's industrial goods and services index traded flat.

  • Reuters10 months ago

    Vivendi sees rebound this year after plunge in 2016 core operating profit

    France's Vivendi said it expects Canal Plus' turnaround efforts to bear fruit in 2017, after the pay-TV unit's French channels lost thousands of subscribers last year, resulting in a sharp fall in the media group's profits. Losses at Canal Plus' channels in France alone cut 399 million euros ($422 million) from the group's core operating profit for 2016, as close to 500,000 individual subscribers in France rescinded their contract, Vivendi said in a statement on Thursday. This year, however, the media giant, led by billionaire Vincent Bollore, said it targeted a 25 percent rebound in core operating profit, as it bets that cost cutting measures, the reshuffling of Canal Plus' commercial offers and new distribution partnerships sealed in France with telecom operators Orange and Iliad, will generate more revenue and earnings.

  • Reuters10 months ago

    Orange ready to play ball with Canal Plus on sports rights

    Leading French telecoms company Orange said it was interested in working with Canal Plus on acquiring sports rights rather than trying to buy a stake in the pay TV business. "No, I don't want to buy Canal Plus," Richard said in an interview with BFM Business radio station. Following speculation on a possible resumption of broader talks to cut the number of French telecoms operators to three from four, Richard told reporters there were "driving forces" in favour of consolidation, but that no formal talks were taking place.

  • Reuters11 months ago

    Facebook bets on Paris with start-up incubator

    Facebook gave the French tech scene a vote of confidence on Tuesday by picking Paris as the location for its first start-ups incubator, a boost for the city as European capitals compete to attract firms post-Brexit. The U.S. social media group said it would set up the scheme at the Station F site on the Left Bank - an ambitious project backed by French billionaire Xavier Niel and set to become the world's largest start-up campus when it opens in April. "Paris has always been a city of new ideas where people come together to break new ground, to do new things," Facebook's Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg told reporters at the vast, listed former railway depot still under renovation.