TEF - Telefónica, S.A.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
8.79
+0.10 (+1.15%)
At close: 4:02PM EST
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Previous Close8.69
Open8.79
Bid0.00 x 28000
Ask0.00 x 21500
Day's Range8.75 - 8.82
52 Week Range7.70 - 10.57
Volume1,193,592
Avg. Volume2,007,880
Market Cap43.749B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.40
PE Ratio (TTM)13.82
EPS (TTM)0.64
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.46 (5.25%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-12-18
1y Target Est9.98
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  • Reuters13 days ago

    Costa Rican authorities raid offices of Telefonica units for alleged tax fraud

    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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  • Morningstar20 days ago

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  • Telefonica Chairman Takes No Chances as Activist Stalks Europe
    Bloomberg29 days ago

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  • Ericsson sorry for software glitch that hits mobile services in UK and Japan
    Reuters2 months ago

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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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  • Reuters2 months ago

    Vodafone may replicate elements of UK tower sharing venture elsewhere

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  • Vodafone may replicate elements of UK tower sharing venture elsewhere
    Reuters2 months ago

    Vodafone may replicate elements of UK tower sharing venture elsewhere

    Vodafone (VOD.L) 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 utilization 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 (TEF.MC), named CTIL, which manages the mobile network infrastructure for both companies.

  • Moody's2 months 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

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  • Associated Press3 months ago

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  • The Wall Street Journal3 months ago

    [$$] European Corporate Roundup

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  • Reuters3 months 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.

  • Reuters3 months 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.

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  • The Wall Street Journal3 months ago

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    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 Magazine3 months 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.