|Bid||8.66 x 28000|
|Ask||8.67 x 21500|
|Day's Range||8.57 - 8.68|
|52 Week Range||7.70 - 10.22|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.34|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||13.63|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.46 (5.47%)|
|1y Target Est||9.91|
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MEXICO CITY—Mexican telecommunications company América Móvil SAB said Thursday it has bought the Guatemalan operations of Telefónica SA, and agreed to acquire the Spanish company’s business in El Salvador. América Móvil, controlled by billionaire Carlos Slim, said it paid $333 million for 100% of Telefónica Móviles Guatemala and has agreed to pay $315 million for 99.3% of Telefónica Móviles El Salvador, which it is buying from Telefónica and several of its affiliates.
Mexico's America Movil said on Thursday it is acquiring Telefonica's operations in Guatemala for $333 million and in El Salvador for $315 million. America Movil, which is controlled by the family of Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim, said in a statement that it will acquire 100 percent of the Guatemalan business and 99.3 percent of the Salvadoran business. The transaction in Guatemala has closed, and the Salvadoran deal is pending regulatory approval, the statement added.
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Telefonica's (TEF.MC) O2 and Vodafone (VOD.L) have stepped up their challenge to British market leader BT by extending their network sharing deal to cover 5G, enabling them to accelerate the deployment of the faster mobile service at a lower cost. "We believe that these plans will generate significant benefits for our business and our customers as we move into the digital era of connected devices, appliances and systems on a mass scale," Vodafone UK Chief Executive Nick Jeffery said.
Spain's Telefonica is negotiating the sale of its relatively small Central American operation in a move that should allow the company to focus on core regions and reduce its large debt, it said on Tuesday. A potential deal, on which no agreement has been reached so far, could encompass all or some of the company's assets in the region, which groups operations in Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua and Panama. Telefonica, which had approaching 43 billion euros ($48.9 billion) of debt at the end of September, declined to name the potential buyer.
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Costa Rica's Justice Department on Tuesday raided the offices of two subsidiaries of Spanish telecoms group Telefonica SA, as part of an investigation into alleged tax fraud of at least $2 million. The Prosecutor's Office for Financial Crimes said it obtained a court order to raid the offices of Telefonica's Movistar unit and Movistar subsidiary Tejisa. Costa Rica's Public Prosecutor said that the Finance Ministry has accused Telefonica of possible "fraudulent moves" when it created Tejisa.
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LONDON/STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Sweden's Ericsson (ERICb.ST) apologised and said it was working hard to fix a software glitch that was responsible for millions of smartphone users in Britain, Japan and other countries losing internet access on Thursday. O2 (TEF.MC), Britain's second biggest network, and Japan's Softbank (9984.T), both Ericsson customers, reported outages on their 4G networks earlier on Thursday. The mobile network equipment maker confirmed that a problem with its software was to blame for the disruption which hit the two operators as well as others in multiple markets.
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Vodafone may replicate elements of its British mobile towers joint venture in other markets but not necessarily to the extent of sharing radio equipment in major cities, its chief executive said on Wednesday. Nick Read said on Tuesday that Vodafone could increase the utilisation of its assets such as 58,000 mobile phone masts it has in Europe, by encouraging rival operators to use them or selling a stake to a mobile tower operator. Such a plan could mirror a venture Vodafone has in Britain with Telefonica, named CTIL, which manages the mobile network infrastructure for both companies.