|Bid||7.90 x 162400|
|Ask||7.96 x 80000|
|Day's Range||7.62 - 7.98|
|52 Week Range||7.45 - 10.63|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||17.35|
|Earnings Date||Apr 26, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.67 (6.72%)|
|1y Target Est||9.92|
Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE), Spain's Telefonica (TEF.MC) and French Orange (ORAN.PA) said investments in better networks were finally paying off, as they were able to switch customers to faster, bigger bundles of broadband and mobile connections and media at a higher price. "Nothing happens in Germany without us," commented Deutsche Telekom Chief Executive Tim Hoettges on Thursday, pointing to the company's record 5.4 billion-euro (4.78 billion pounds)spending on German broadband last year. Deutsche Telekom's German revenue grew 0.7 percent in 2017, with adjusted core profit rising 2.8 percent.
Telefónica posted a 23 per cent rise in fourth quarter core profit compared to the same period last year, as strength in the Latin American business more than offset currency pressures. The Spanish telecoms ...
Talk is cheap? Tell that to Europe’s listed telephone companies. Years of weak pricing has especially depressed the valuations of incumbents such as Telefónica of Spain. However, sector revenues have finally ...
Telefonica Brasil SA , the country's largest telecommunications firm, met fourth-quarter profit forecasts on Wednesday as the company continued to increase its reliance on higher-end mobile and data offerings. ...
Telefonica Brasil SA , the country's largest telecommunications firm, met fourth-quarter profit forecasts on Wednesday as the company raised its reliance on higher-end mobile and data offerings. In a securities ...
SAO PAULO/BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil's major telecoms operators stand to free up hundreds of millions of dollars to invest in technologies like 4G and broadband by unloading unwanted assets, as a push by the sector to overhaul decades-old rules shows signs of paying off. The shake-up would spur Telefonica Brasil SA and Oi SA, the country's largest wireless and fixed-line providers, respectively, to sell or ditch hundreds of under-used real estate properties, thousands of unused phone booths and other dated assets, according to executives and others with knowledge of the companies' strategy. In the case of Oi, the changes are also key to a proposed multi-billion dollar sale to China Telecom Corp Ltd or China Mobile Ltd in what would be the first big Chinese bridgehead into the Latin American telecoms sector.
British telecoms regulator Ofcom said on Tuesday it could proceed with the sale of new mobile airwaves after a London court denied operator Three permission to mount another legal challenge to the rules it had set for the auction. Three, the smallest of Britain's four networks, and the biggest operator BT's EE had challenged the level of cap set by Ofcom on the amount any one operator can own, but both cases were rejected by the High Court in December. "The Court of Appeal has very firmly rejected Three's application for permission to appeal on all grounds," an Ofcom spokesman said.
COPENHAGEN/STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Danish telecoms company TDC (TDC.CO) urged investors on Monday to back a $6.7 billion (4.84 billion pounds) cash offer from Australia's Macquarie (MQG.AX) and three Danish pension funds who promised to invest in the country's digital infrastructure. Speculation about TDC as a target for both private equity and industry players such as Sweden's Telia (TELIA.ST) had long been circulating but sources told Reuters that its Swedish rival opted against bidding because of antitrust challenges. TDC has now thrown its weight behind a consortium consisting of Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets (MIRA) and Danish pension funds PFA, ATP and PKA pitched at 50.25 Danish crowns ($8.28) per share valuing the group at around 40 billion crowns.
COPENHAGEN/STOCKHOLM, Feb 12 (Reuters) - Danish telecoms company TDC urged investors on Monday to back a $6.7 billion cash offer from Australia's Macquarie and three Danish pension funds who promised to invest in the country's digital infrastructure. Speculation about TDC as a target for both private equity and industry players such as Sweden's Telia had long been circulating but sources told Reuters that its Swedish rival opted against bidding because of antitrust challenges.
Mobile broadband subscriptions outnumbered people in developed nations for the first time last year as access costs fell amid increased regulation and competition, an OECD report published on Friday said. The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) found there were 1.31 billion mobile broadband subscriptions by June 2017 in a population of 1.28 billion people among its 35 member states in the Americas, Asia, Europe and the Middle East. The subscriber data, collected from governments and telecom operators in OECD countries, does not show how lines were used.
The credit quality of Spanish non-financial companies will remain stable in 2018, against a backdrop of steady domestic economic growth, broad-based global recovery and accommodative financial markets, ...
Telecom carrier Telefonica SA is considering lowering its stake in Promotora de Informaciones SA as part of the Spanish publisher’s planned capital increase, according to people familiar with the matter....
Intense competition in Spain and Italy took the shine off Vodafone's third-quarter revenues on Thursday, sending the British group's shares lower as its overall growth rate slowed. Vodafone (VOD.L), the world's second largest mobile operator behind China Mobile, reported a 1.1 percent rise in organic service revenue for the three months ended December 31, down from the 1.7 percent recorded in the first half. The slowdown in Italy came before the new challenger entrant, Iliad, arrives this year.
AT&T Chief Executive Randall Stephenson learned about Mexico’s telecom market two decades ago from the billionaire industrialist Carlos Slim. Today, AT&T is challenging Mr. Slim’s América Móvil and has ...
MADRID (Reuters) - Telefonica (TEF.MC) and Netflix (NFLX.O) are close to reaching an accord which will permit the Spanish telecommunications company to include the U.S. group's content as part of its television ...
Telefonica and Netflix are close to reaching an accord which will permit the Spanish telecommunications company to include the U.S. group's content as part of its television service, a source close to the talks said on Monday. Telefonica, which has some 3.7 million subscribers for its television service Movistar+, declined to comment. Netflix, which was not immediately available for comment, has around 1.16 million subscribers in Spain.
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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