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Juventus Football Club S.p.A. (JUVE.MI)

Milan - Milan Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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0.7340-0.0035 (-0.47%)
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Previous Close0.7375
Bid0.7300 x 0
Ask0.7445 x 0
Day's Range0.7280 - 0.7410
52 Week Range0.6845 - 0.9566
Avg. Volume3,521,526
Market Cap976.404M
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.38
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.1160
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateNov 04, 2002
1y Target Est1.40
  • Reuters

    Soccer-Juventus picks banks for up to 400 mln euro cash call

    Serie A soccer club Juventus said on Friday it has signed a pre-underwriting agreement with a group of Italian and international banks for a planned capital increase of up to 400 million euros ($475 million). Like other soccer clubs in Europe, Juventus have been hard hit by the fallout of the pandemic, which has prevented fans from attending matches and reduced marketing and merchandise opportunities. Turin-based Juventus said it selected Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, Mediobanca e UniCredit CIB as joint global coordinator of the offer, saying the banks agreed to enter an agreement to underwrite any unsold share.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Soccer-Real, Barca, Juve denounce 'intolerable' pressure to abandon Super League

    Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus, the three clubs still involved in the proposed European Super League, denounced on Saturday the "intolerable" pressure put on them by UEFA to drop the project. UEFA said on Friday that the three clubs will face sanctions and European soccer's ruling body has started disciplinary proceedings against them. A breakaway Super League set up by 12 clubs was announced last month but fell apart after 48 hours.

  • JP Morgan promises to 'learn' from European Super League mistake
    Yahoo Finance UK

    JP Morgan promises to 'learn' from European Super League mistake

    The US bank made its first statement about its involvement in the competition, following a furious public backlash to the project.