TEF - Telefónica, S.A.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
8.35
-0.16 (-1.88%)
At close: 4:02PM EST

8.35 0.00 (0.00%)
After hours: 4:02PM EST

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Previous Close8.51
Open8.43
Bid8.35 x 27000
Ask8.65 x 38500
Day's Range8.35 - 8.45
52 Week Range7.70 - 10.57
Volume1,539,286
Avg. Volume1,778,207
Market Cap42.528B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.48
PE Ratio (TTM)13.13
EPS (TTM)0.64
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.48 (5.63%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-06-13
1y Target Est11.70
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • Moody's6 days ago

    eircom Holdings (Ireland) Limited -- Moody's: Europe's telcos to avoid major investment increase in 5G over the next five years; a credit neutral

    The introduction of fifth-generation (5G) mobile technology will be credit neutral for European telecoms operators, with no major increase in investment expected over the next five years as companies adopt a 'wait and see' strategy, says Moody's Investors Service in a recently published report. Moody's report, "Telecoms -- Europe: Limited 5G revenue growth puts major investment rise on hold over next five years," is available on www.moodys.com. The rating agency's report is an update to the markets and does not constitute a rating action.

  • GlobeNewswire6 days ago

    Research Report Identifies Exelon, La Jolla Pharmaceutical, Kennedy-Wilson, Fluidigm, Telefonica SA, and Cognex with Renewed Outlook — Fundamental Analysis, Calculating Forward Movement

    NEW YORK, Nov. 06, 2018 -- In new independent research reports released early this morning, Market Source Research released its latest key findings for all current investors,.

  • Telefonica Is Said to Weigh Sale of Data Centers to Reduce Debt
    Bloomberg6 days ago

    Telefonica Is Said to Weigh Sale of Data Centers to Reduce Debt

    The former telecom monopoly is working with financial advisers to gauge interest from potential buyers including firms that run data centers as well as infrastructure and private-equity funds, the people said. A representative for Telefonica declined to comment. It has data centers in Spain, the U.S. and Latin America, its website shows.

  • Associated Press12 days ago

    Telefonica: 3Q Earnings Snapshot

    On a per-share basis, the Madrid-based company said it had profit of 24 cents. The telecommunications company posted revenue of $13.6 billion in the period. Telefonica shares have declined 15 percent since ...

  • Moody's12 days ago

    Play Communications S.A. -- Moody's: EMEA telecoms sector outlook stable into 2019 but increasingly fragile as revenues slow

    Despite less than 1% expected in revenue growth, the outlook for the telecoms industry in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) remains stable into 2019 as telcos look set to maintain EBITDA margin growth and strong operating cash flow, says Moody's Investors Service in a report published today. "Our outlook on the EMEA telecoms sector remains stable but fragile into 2019, as intensifying competition, slower GDP growth and the impact of past regulation continue to raise concerns about the future sustainability of revenue growth," says Carlos Winzer, Senior Vice President at Moody's.

  • The Wall Street Journal12 days ago

    [$$] European Corporate Roundup

    Another batch of blue-chip earnings kept traders busy on Wednesday with the battered banking sector boosted by numbers from Santander and Standard Chartered. However, the U.K.’s retail woes continued with ...

  • Reuters13 days ago

    Spain's Telefonica raises revenue target, shares rise

    Spain's Telefonica raised its revenue target for the year, boosted by a brighter outlook for its domestic market and growth in Britain, despite a fall in third-quarter core profit caused by currency volatility in Latin America. Shares rose 3.8 percent in early trade to lead Spain's .IBEX after the bourse's fourth-largest company upgraded its 2018 revenue target to a 2 percent rise, compared with a previous forecast for a 1 percent increase. At home in Spain, which accounts for just over a quarter of its core earnings, 81,000 customers signed up in the quarter to the premium Movistar Fusion package, which includes broadband, pay TV and mobile.

  • Reuters13 days ago

    Spain's Telefonica raises revenue target, shares rise

    Spain's Telefonica raised its revenue target for the year, boosted by a brighter outlook for its domestic market and growth in Britain, despite a fall in third-quarter core profit caused by currency volatility in Latin America. Shares rose 3.8 percent in early trade to lead Spain's .IBEX after the bourse's fourth-largest company upgraded its 2018 revenue target to a 2 percent rise, compared with a previous forecast for a 1 percent increase. At home in Spain, which accounts for just over a quarter of its core earnings, 81,000 customers signed up in the quarter to the premium Movistar Fusion package, which includes broadband, pay TV and mobile.

  • Financial Times13 days ago

    [$$] Telefónica lifts sales growth outlook on UK strength

    Telefónica has doubled its growth forecast for the year after revenue in the UK, where it operates as O2, proved much stronger than expected in the third quarter. The Spanish telecoms company said on Wednesday ...

  • Simply Wall St.13 days ago

    Is Telefónica SA’s (BME:TEF) 16% Better Than Average?

    Many investors are still learning about the various metrics that can be useful when analysing a stock. This article is for those who would like to learn about Return On Read More...

  • The Wall Street Journal13 days ago

    [$$] Telefonica Ups Guidance as Profit Jumps

    SA (TEF.MC) on Wednesday raised its 2018 revenue guidance on the back of a strong third quarter, in which net profit jumped due to factors including customer growth and a favorable court ruling in Brazil. The Spanish telecommunications giant said net profit rose almost 36% year-on-year to 1.14 billion euros ($1.30 billion). Telefonica said operating income before depreciation and amortization fell 1.4% to EUR4.04 billion.

  • Telefónica and Rivetz Add Civic’s Identity Verification for Mobile Users
    Bitcoin Magazine13 days ago

    Telefónica and Rivetz Add Civic’s Identity Verification for Mobile Users

    Civic has entered into a tripartite agreement with cybersecurity protection solution company, Rivetz, and Telefónica's cybersecurity unit, ElevenPaths, to provide secure identity verification that incorporates added hardware protections for mobile users.With presence in five countries, Civic uses blockchain technology to secure and protect the transfer of personal information, while allowing people to decide how they share their information.In correspondence with Bitcoin Magazine , Steven Sprague, CEO of Rivetz, called Civic's integration into the partnership as a "pivotal step toward providing the digital identity we need in today’s world."In May 2018, Spanish telecom giant Telefónica partnered with Rivetz to develop decentralized security solutions for mobile users aimed at improving cybersecurity controls and protections for secure messaging and cryptocurrency wallets.Rivetz's security solutions will leverage the Trusted Execution Environment (TEE), a hardware vault built into mobile phones for enhanced security. These solutions will be built into smartphones and supplemented with a secured Subscriber Identity Module (SIM), provided by Telefónica. The intention is to secure the private keys of users, even if the operating system is tampered with or infected by malware.Civic's inclusion will make it possible for Telefónica's users to verify their identity in real time and separate locally stored personal information from the private key needed to sign transactions on the blockchain. Rather than having all details stored locally in one place, on the Civic App, Civic will store the private keys in the TEE, provided by Rivetz. The user's personal information will remain in the Civic App, which is protected by biometrics and high-level encryption. CEO and Co-Founder of Civic Vinny Lingham sees the partnership as “a massive step.” “Blockchain technology is transforming the way companies approach privacy and security,” he said to Bitcoin Magazine . “Our partnership with Rivetz and Telefónica is a reflection of that transformation, ensuring that digital identity and mobile security solutions go hand-in-hand.”Lingham added, “As identity information is increasingly vulnerable, we’re working with like-minded companies to create the most effective, most secure identity solutions that protect people’s privacy, without requiring their data to be collected and stored.” This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

  • O2 delays IPO citing Brexit uncertainty - Sky News
    Reuters21 days ago

    O2 delays IPO citing Brexit uncertainty - Sky News

    (Reuters) - British mobile operator O2, which is owned by Spain's Telefonica (TEF.MC), is putting its 10 billion pound initial public offering plans on hold, Sky News reported on Monday. Britain's second-largest ...

  • Spain’s Largest Phone Company Tries to Treat Alcoholism, Body Disorders
    Bloomberg27 days ago

    Spain’s Largest Phone Company Tries to Treat Alcoholism, Body Disorders

    Known as Alpha, the former monopoly's initiative is part of Chairman Jose Maria Alvarez Pallete’s push to experiment with radically new lines of business, a unique fixation in a sector whose track record of losing to the tech giants means that most telcos are now largely sticking to their knitting. “Alpha is where the future of Telefonica is going to be written,’’ says Pablo Rodriguez, the unit’s CEO, a computer scientist by trade who holds a masters in physics and previously worked at Bell Labs. While the building serves as Telefonica’s Catalonia headquarters, Alpha sits at arms’ length from the rest of the company, which doesn’t disclose the unit’s financials.

  • Simply Wall St.last month

    Is Telefónica SA’s (BME:TEF) PE Ratio A Signal To Buy For Investors?

    This analysis is intended to introduce important early concepts to people who are starting to invest and want to begin learning about how to value company based on its current Read More...

  • Reuterslast month

    Deutsche Telekom to help Telefonica hook up 5,000 base stations

    Deutsche Telekom and Telefonica Deutschland said they would expand their network cooperation ahead of Germany's 5G licensing round, with Telekom connecting up to 5,000 of Telefonica's base stations to its fibre-optic network. The partnership will save money for market leader Telekom which it can invest in upgrading its network while helping No.3 player Telefonica get its mobile infrastructure 5G-ready, the companies said.

  • Morningstar2 months ago

    Communication Services: The Race to 5G Wireless Is On, at Least for Some

    Overall, communication services valuations have rebounded recently, with a market-cap-weighted price/fair value of 0.87, up from 0.82 the quarter before. The sector still trades at the widest discount to fair value within Morningstar's coverage. In the U.S., all eyes are on the Federal Communications Commission as it evaluates the T-Mobile-Sprint merger.

  • Morningstar2 months ago

    Stock Market Outlook: Left-Behind Communication Services Sector Offers the Most Value Today

    The Morningstar Global Markets Index has risen 4.5% year to date. Weighted by market capitalization, our coverage universe looks slightly overvalued. Communication services looks cheap, while tech and healthcare are pricey.

  • GlobeNewswire2 months ago

    New Research: Key Drivers of Growth for Schweitzer-Mauduit International, Hexcel, Apollo Global Management, Aluminum Corporation of China, Telefonica SA, and JD — Factors of Influence, Major Initiatives and Sustained Production

    NEW YORK, Sept. 26, 2018-- In new independent research reports released early this morning, Fundamental Markets released its latest key findings for all current investors, traders, and shareholders of ...

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Vodafone UK boss sees no changes to UK network assets under new CEO

    The new chief executive of Vodafone (VOD.L) is not considering making any changes to the mobile phone group's CTIL Tower Infrastructure joint venture with Telefonica (TEF.MC), Vodafone UK boss Nick Jeffery told reporters on Thursday. Vodafone CEO Vittorio Colao will be replaced by Nick Read, finance director since 2014, in October. Read said at a conference last week that Vodafone could sell some network assets such as towers, but Jeffery said that would not happen in Britain.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Vodafone UK boss sees no changes to UK network assets under new CEO

    The new chief executive of Vodafone is not considering making any changes to the mobile phone group's CTIL Tower Infrastructure joint venture with Telefonica, Vodafone UK boss Nick Jeffery told reporters on Thursday. Vodafone CEO Vittorio Colao will be replaced by Nick Read, finance director since 2014, in October. Read said at a conference last week that Vodafone could sell some network assets such as towers, but Jeffery said that would not happen in Britain.

  • What Is Telefónica SA’s (BME:TEF) Share Price Doing?
    Simply Wall St.2 months ago

    What Is Telefónica SA’s (BME:TEF) Share Price Doing?

    Today we’re going to take a look at the well-established Telefónica SA (BME:TEF). The company’s stock received a lot of attention from a substantial price movement on the BME overRead More...

  • Moody's2 months ago

    Play Communications S.A. -- Moody's not yet convinced by European telco CEOs optimistic revenue growth outlook into 2020

    Revenue growth prospects into 2020 remain healthy for Europe's telecoms service providers according to CEOs of the sector's main companies, says Moody's Investors Service in a report published today. The rating agency, however, is less sanguine. Moody's report, "Telecommunication service providers -- Europe: CEOs believe in sustained revenue growth, despite current competitive challenges," is available on www.moodys.com.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Britain's O2 allows customers to choose smartphone pay back terms

    Britain's O2 said it will allow customers to choose how much they pay upfront for a smartphone and how they spread the payments of the balance, targeting subscribers who want more control over their mobile contracts. The operator, owned by Spain Telefonica (TEF.MC), said customers would be able to pay for their new devices in monthly increments for any period between three and 36 months, all with no interest charged, as well as choosing an airtime plan. O2, the second largest British operator after BT (BT.L), said the "Custom Plans" built on the tariffs it introduced in 2013 that separate the cost of airtime and the cost of paying for the phone, and the change it made last year that allows customers to increase or decrease their airtime each month depending on their data needs.

  • Britain's O2 allows customers to choose smartphone pay back terms
    Reuters2 months ago

    Britain's O2 allows customers to choose smartphone pay back terms

    Britain's O2 said it will allow customers to choose how much they pay upfront for a smartphone and how they spread the payments of the balance, targeting subscribers who want more control over their mobile contracts. The operator, owned by Spain Telefonica (TEF.MC), said customers would be able to pay for their new devices in monthly increments for any period between three and 36 months, all with no interest charged, as well as choosing an airtime plan. O2, the second largest British operator after BT (BT.L), said the "Custom Plans" built on the tariffs it introduced in 2013 that separate the cost of airtime and the cost of paying for the phone, and the change it made last year that allows customers to increase or decrease their airtime each month depending on their data needs.