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Liberty Global plc (LBTYB)

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Previous Close27.55
Open26.48
Bid24.92 x 800
Ask27.50 x 1000
Day's Range27.43 - 27.55
52 Week Range15.98 - 58.31
Volume443
Avg. Volume583
Market Cap14.448B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.31
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-2.70
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Sky's concerns about O2-Virgin Media merger in UK addressed, says O2 CEO

    Sky's concerns about a planned merger between British mobile operator O2 and Virgin Media have been addressed, the chief executive of Telefonica UK's O2 unit said, clearing one objection to the $38 billion deal expected to close mid-year. Sky said in a submission to the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) made in February it was concerned the merger could have a significant adverse impact on competition by harming Sky Mobile. "Since that time I can confirm that both organisations have reached an agreement which addresses their concerns in full, and the CMA is fully aware of that situation," O2 CEO Mark Evans said in an interview after Telefonica published full-year results.

  • Reuters

    Telefonica UK addresses Sky's O2-Virgin merger concerns - O2 CEO

    The chief executive of Telefonica UK's O2 said concerns raised by partner Sky over the merger between O2 and Virgin Media had been addressed. Sky had said in a submission to the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) early in February it was concerned the merger could have a significant adverse impact on competition by harming Sky Mobile. "Since that time I can confirm that both organisations have reached an agreement which addresses their concerns in full, and the CMA is fully aware of that situation," Mark Evans said in an interview after O2 published its full-year results.

  • Financial Times

    Liberty Global targets deals in Ireland and Poland

    Liberty Global expects to have struck deals in Ireland and Poland by the end of the year as the cable giant continues to drive consolidation in the European telecoms sector. Mike Fries, chief executive of the telecoms group, said during an analyst call following the company’s results last week that pursuing deals with mobile operators in Ireland and Poland was “high on our list” of priorities.