LBTYA - Liberty Global plc

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
28.84
-0.10 (-0.35%)
As of 12:25PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close28.94
Open28.94
Bid28.84 x 1200
Ask28.85 x 800
Day's Range28.47 - 29.11
52 Week Range28.00 - 39.73
Volume669,656
Avg. Volume2,024,817
Market Cap22.596B
Beta1.33
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-2.72
Earnings DateAug 6, 2018 - Aug 10, 2018
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est41.85
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • Vodafone to pay $21B for Liberty Global assets
    CNBC Videos15 days ago

    Vodafone to pay $21B for Liberty Global assets

    Mike Fries CEO of Liberty Global discusses factors affecting the the Vodafone deal including regulation, technology, and shareholder returns.

  • Vodafone-Liberty Deal Gets Reaction From Competitors
    Bloomberg Video15 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."

  • TalkTalk counts the cost of biggest ever customer gains
    Reuters3 hours ago

    TalkTalk counts the cost of biggest ever customer gains

    British broadband company TalkTalk (TALK.L) added a record number of customers in its fourth quarter, although the cost of winning those customers with cheaper deals along with its ongoing restructuring saw full-year profits fall 35 percent on Thursday. Chief Executive Tristia Harrison and company founder Charles Dunstone reset TalkTalk's strategy a year ago, prioritising customer growth above all else. TalkTalk had been losing customers after it was hit by a high profile cyber attack in late 2015, while its position as a value player had slipped in an increasingly competitive market, where bigger and better funded players like BT (BT.L), Virgin Media (LBTY.O) and Sky (SKYB.L), were increasingly offering bundles of services.

  • Outages in Puerto Rico Still Hurting Liberty Latin America Ltd.
    Motley Fool5 days ago

    Outages in Puerto Rico Still Hurting Liberty Latin America Ltd.

    The telecom giant achieved strong growth in its other markets, but it's far from done repairing all the infrastructure damaged by the 2017 hurricanes.

  • Barrons.com6 days ago

    Bill Gates Discloses 5% Stake in Liberty Global

    Bill Gates disclosed in a regulatory filing Friday that he controls a 5% stake in the class A shares of TV and broadband company Liberty Global (LBTYA) as of May 8. Gates's Cascade Investment, L.L.C. owns 8.7 million class A shares of Liberty Global, a 4% stake, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Trust owns another 2.1 million of the shares. The trust has owned 2.1 million class A Liberty Global shares since at least June 30, 2011, according to Securities and Exchange Commission records, Barron's has found.

  • Reuters7 days ago

    PRESS DIGEST- British Business - May 18

    The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. The owner of Carluccio's, Dubai-based Landmark Group, has promised to pump 10 million pounds ($13.52 million) of new investment into the restaurant chain if a company voluntary arrangement is approved. Senior staff from the Big Four accounting firms have been shunned by John Kingman as he hires experts to advise him on his review into the future of the accounting regulator.

  • Reuters8 days ago

    BT fights back with new consumer strategy

    Britain's biggest telecoms company BT aims to reinvigorate its unloved brand by combining the strengths of its fixed-line and mobile networks, it said on Wednesday, to jump-start a stalled turnaround under its embattled CEO. Gavin Patterson's efforts to transform BT into a modern communications provider have been undermined by regulatory issues, pensions and accounting fraud, which have led to investor disquiet as its share price tumbled to five-year lows. On Wednesday it set out a new strategy from consumer boss Marc Allera to offer seamless services such as supercharged broadband to provide customers with faster speeds and a hub offering the best TV content to counter BT's image of a former telecoms monopoly dogged by bad customer service.

  • Vodafone Group Plc Shares Fall as CEO Prepares to Step Down
    InvestorPlace9 days ago

    Vodafone Group Plc Shares Fall as CEO Prepares to Step Down

    Vittorio Colao, the current CEO of Vodafone Group Plc, will be leaving the role behind come October 1, 2018. “Nick has been the co-architect of the Group’s strategy together with Vittorio, combining extensive international operational and commercial leadership with world-class financial acumen,” Gerard Kleisterlee, Chairman of Vodagone Group Plc, said in a statement. Vodafone Group Plc says that Read was chosen as the successor to Colao following an extensive search for a replacement CEO.

  • New Vodafone CEO Needs ‘Safe Pair of Hands’ for Deals, Rivalry
    Bloomberg9 days ago

    New Vodafone CEO Needs ‘Safe Pair of Hands’ for Deals, Rivalry

    Vodafone Group Plc’s choice of Nick Read as its next chief executive officer suggests the board is looking for more of the same for one of the biggest jobs in European telecoms. Read, a long-time deputy of current CEO Vittorio Colao, will take over in October after four years as CFO and having previously run Vodafone’s emerging markets and U.K. divisions. An accountant by training, Read joined Vodafone in 2001 following senior finance roles at UBM Plc and FedEx Corp.

  • Financial Times9 days ago

    [$$] Vittorio Colao rang the changes at Vodafone — not on a BlackBerry

    back in 2008, it was a mobile phone operator pinning its hopes on the new BlackBerry Storm handset — a device that had no WiFi connectivity and required users to master a revolutionary “popple dome” screen, which functioned as a giant button. Thankfully, Mr Colao has since provided a much needed upgrade, a cleaner design and more effective City communications — for the company, as well as for 556m customers. Upgrading the business involved turning a consumer-focused 3G, or even 2G, network operator into a converged broadband, TV and telecoms provider.

  • Vodafone Announces CEO Colao Departure After Decade at Top
    Bloomberg9 days ago

    Vodafone Announces CEO Colao Departure After Decade at Top

    Vodafone Group Plc Chief Executive Officer Vittorio Colao is leaving after a decade of retreating from aggressive global growth in favor of the European market, handing the reins to company veteran Nick Read. Vodafone made the surprise announcement as it reported earnings and predicted potentially slower growth ahead on competitive pressures in Italy and Spain, causing the stock to drop the most since February. The Italian executive leaves Read to see through Vodafone’s $22-billion agreement last week to acquire cable assets from Liberty Global Plc, which rounds out Colao’s reshaping of the Newbury, England-based company into a predominantly European carrier.

  • Vodafone CEO Vittorio Colao to Depart in October After a Decade
    Bloomberg9 days ago

    Vodafone CEO Vittorio Colao to Depart in October After a Decade

    Vodafone Group Plc Chief Executive Officer Vittorio Colao will step down after a decade at the helm in October and be succeeded by Chief Financial Officer Nick Read. The surprise announcement, in financial results released by Vodafone on Tuesday, comes as Colao seeks to close a $22-billion agreement to acquire cable assets in Europe from Liberty Global Plc, which would cap years of reshaping the Newbury, England-based Vodafone as a predominantly European carrier. The Liberty deal, the biggest purchase by Vodafone under the 56-year-old Colao, follows years of on-and-off talks between the two companies.

  • Liberty (LBTYA) Q1 Loss Wider Than Expected, Revenues Up Y/Y
    Zacks13 days ago

    Liberty (LBTYA) Q1 Loss Wider Than Expected, Revenues Up Y/Y

    Continuing subscriber loss negatively impact Liberty's (LBTYA) first-quarter results. However, revenues increased due to robust performance from Germany and Virgin Media.

  • Financial Times13 days ago

    [$$] US sellers add to questions over ‘peak Europe’

    and bumper share buybacks, worries are emerging among some of the more bearish traders about “peak Europe”. , selling large parts of a European cable empire carefully assembled over the past decade for a price lower than some had expected. had been on the other side, trying to coax Vodafone into selling or merging.

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents14 days ago

    Edited Transcript of LBTYA earnings conference call or presentation 9-May-18 2:00pm GMT

    Q1 2018 Liberty Global PLC Earnings Call

  • Liberty Global PLC Announces Asset Sale Along With Strong Growth in Europe
    Motley Fool14 days ago

    Liberty Global PLC Announces Asset Sale Along With Strong Growth in Europe

    Liberty Global's business will be a little smaller a year from now.

  • Liberty Global CEO: $21 billion asset sale to Vodafone is start of mobile consolidation in Europe
    CNBC15 days ago

    Liberty Global CEO: $21 billion asset sale to Vodafone is start of mobile consolidation in Europe

    Vodafone will pay more than $21 billion for some European assets of Liberty Global, a deal Liberty Global's CEO says is the start of mobile consolidation in Europe.

  • MarketWatch15 days ago

    FTSE 100 jumps to 3-month high, as oil rally buoys BP and Shell

    A previous version of this story gave incorrect historic data for the FTSE 100. Vodafone strikes nearly $23 billion deal with Liberty GlobalAFP/Vodafone shares are higher in Wednesday’s trade. London’s benchmark for blue-chip stocks pushed higher Wednesday, buoyed largely by shares of oil producers, which rose as crude prices rallied in the wake of the U.S. decision to resume sanctions on Iran.

  • Reuters15 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.

  • Reuters15 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.

  • The Wall Street Journal15 days ago

    [$$] How John Malone Should Use His European Windfall

    is taking chips off the table in Europe. The industry trend of “convergence” between fixed and mobile broadband operators is more advanced in Europe than in the U.S., where cost pressures have until recently been more benign. Until now, Liberty Global and Vodafone disagreed on price.

  • Reuters15 days ago

    Vodafone-Liberty deal would create cable monopoly: Telefonica Deutschland

    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Telefonica Deutschland (O2Dn.DE), Germany's third-largest mobile operator, said Vodafone's (VOD.L) proposed $21.7 billion takeover of Liberty Global's (LBTYA.O) European assets would ...

  • Reuters15 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.

  • Liberty Global, Vodafone strike $22.7 billion deal
    American City Business Journals15 days ago

    Liberty Global, Vodafone strike $22.7 billion deal

    Months of talks with Vodafone result in transaction; the John Malone company would remain Europe's biggest in cable.