|Bid||8.267 x 162400|
|Ask||8.269 x 80000|
|Day's Range||8.137 - 8.273|
|52 Week Range||8.100 - 10.630|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||18.09|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.67 (6.27%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Britain saw off legal challenges on Wednesday from the biggest and smallest mobile networks that threatened to delay an auction of airwaves needed to meet fast-growing demand for mobile data. In a bid to maintain competition, regulator Ofcom has set caps on how much spectrum individual operators can buy in an auction that will increase by almost a third the airwaves available to support mobile devices. The auction is key for the country's operators, which also include Vodafone (VOD.L) and Telefonica's O2 (TEF.MC), because the airwaves they control largely determine the quality of the service they can provide as customers demand faster connections.
Britain's Dixons Carphone said on Wednesday it would reposition its mobile phone business as it reported a 60 percent slump in first half profit, hurt by a weak mobile market as customers hold onto handsets for longer. The British group, which issued a profit warning in August, also cut its profit forecast again for the full 2017-18 year, reflecting the later launch of the iPhone X. "We think its business is likely to prove more resilient than the market expects given share gains in electricals and its Nordic exposure," said RBC Europe analyst Richard Chamberlain, who has an "outperform" rating on the stock.
Rating Action: Moody's assigns Ba2 rating to Telefonica's proposed undated hybrid securities. Global Credit Research- 29 Nov 2017. Madrid, November 29, 2017-- Moody's Investors Service has today assigned ...
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Rating Action: Moody's assigns a Ba1/Aaa. br ratings to Telefonica Brasil's BRL1.0 billion debentures. Global Credit Research- 24 Nov 2017. Sao Paulo, November 24, 2017-- Moody's América Latina assigned ...
BARCELONA/LONDON (Reuters) - Embattled billionaire Patrick Drahi is shifting the focus at Altice (ATCA.AS), the telecoms and cable group he founded, from acquisitions to debt reduction and customer satisfaction following disappointing third-quarter results. The Franco-Israeli president of Altice made an unexpected appearance at Morgan Stanley's TMT conference in Barcelona on Wednesday to shore up the confidence of investors who have pummelled Altice's stock over the last two weeks. The results showed the group had lost around 75,000 broadband customers in France in the third quarter and its debt had reached 49.6 billion euros (£44.4 billion).
Mexico’s telecommunications regulator said on Thursday that billionaire Carlos Slim's America Movil (AMXL.MX) could start charging local rivals for mobile calls to its network for the first time since a 2014 sector reform. The move marked a victory for America Movil, Mexico's dominant telecoms company, which has seen its earnings held back by a zero charge rate. Reuters first reported the IFT regulator planned to vote on reinstating the charges.
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As of Sep 30, 2017, total customer access lines of Telefonica SA (TEF) were approximately 339.8431 million, down 1.2% year over year.
The Madrid-based company said it had net income of 18 cents per share. Earnings, adjusted for non-recurring costs, came to 23 cents per share. The telecommunications company posted revenue of $14.98 billion ...
Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim's America Movil on Tuesday reported a net loss of 9.55 billion pesos ($525 million) for the third quarter, as its results were dragged down by a costly Colombian arbitration panel ruling. While the peso's depreciation took a toll, the company said the biggest factor in its loss was an 18.5 billion peso payment made as a result of the July ruling by the arbitration panel. The Colombian panel said America Movil and Spain's Telefonica failed to return installed telecommunication networks and infrastructure as part of agreements to provide cellular phone service in Colombia more than a decade ago.
Mexico's telecommunications regulator is discussing a proposal that would allow billionaire Carlos Slim's America Movil (AMXL.MX) to start charging local rivals again for calls made to clients on its network, according to a document seen by Reuters. Rivals such as AT&T (T.N) and Telefonica (TEF.MC) have been anxiously awaiting new rates since the Supreme Court ruled in August that America Movil should not be barred by law from charging other carriers for calls to its customers. The court found the market regulator, the Federal Institute of Telecommunications (IFT), not legislators, should set the so-called interconnection rates.
Mexico's telecommunications regulator is discussing a proposal that would allow billionaire Carlos Slim's America Movil to start charging local rivals again for calls made to clients on its network, according to a document seen by Reuters. Rivals such as AT&T and Telefonica have been anxiously awaiting new rates since the Supreme Court ruled in August that America Movil should not be barred by law from charging other carriers for calls to its customers. The court found the market regulator, the Federal Institute of Telecommunications (IFT), not legislators, should set the so-called interconnection rates.
Telefonica SA (TEF SM) is headquartered in Spain and is one of the world's largest telephone operators reaching more than 350 million customers.
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Telefonica, the Spanish telecoms giant which has long struggled to gain traction in Mexico, is appealing to Mexican officials for a discount on spectrum payments coming due next year, three people with knowledge of the matter said. Telefonica SA, the No. 2 player in Mexico by mobile market share, must soon pay to renew roughly a third of its spectrum licenses, which are set to expire after 20 years and could cost the company tens of millions of dollars. The company has been lobbying Mexico's Finance Ministry and telecommunications regulator for a break on the licenses, warning that the payment could threaten its place in the market, the people said.
Telefonica (TEF) projects growth prospects in the future through pricing revision, network enhancement, strategic collaborations and continued focus on organic growth.
Mexico's Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled billionaire Carlos Slim's telecommunications company America Movil should not be barred by law from charging competitors certain fees, prompting fears of a rollback of a sweeping antitrust reform. The 2014 telecom industry reform, one of Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto's signature accomplishments, prohibited America Movil from charging other carriers for calls made to customers on its network, even though those firms are allowed to bill America Movil for using their networks. It was one of several changes, along with an opening of the state-run energy industry, that have increased competition in Mexico's strategic industries.