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Telecom Italia S.p.A. (TIT.MI)

Milan - Milan Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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0.8335-0.0145 (-1.7099%)
At close: 5:38PM CEST
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Previous Close0.8480
Open0.8400
Bid0.8330 x 9100000
Ask0.8400 x 3000000
Day's Range0.8315 - 0.8410
52 Week Range0.6670 - 0.9160
Volume49,357,733
Avg. Volume75,264,936
Market Cap16.58B
Beta0.42
PE Ratio (TTM)11.11
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & Yield0.00 (0.00%)
Ex-Dividend Date2013-04-22
1y Target EstN/A
  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents6 days ago

    Edited Transcript of TIT.MI earnings conference call or presentation 28-Jul-17 10:00am GMT

    Q2 2017 Telecom Italia SpA Earnings Call

  • Telecom Italia advised that Vivendi's role doesn't breach rules
    Reuters8 days ago

    Telecom Italia advised that Vivendi's role doesn't breach rules

    Legal experts commissioned by Telecom Italia (TLIT.MI) to give an opinion on Vivendi's (VIV.PA) growing influence over the company have said the French group does not breach Italian rules aimed at protecting strategic companies, a document reviewed by Reuters shows. Telecom Italia (TIM) has sent the opinion to the Italian government, which is looking into whether Vivendi failed to meet an obligation to notify it of its effective control of a firm considered a strategic national asset. Vivendi's influence in Italy came under increased scrutiny late last year as it built up a stake of 29 percent in the country's biggest private broadcaster, Mediaset (MS.MI).

  • Vivendi denies it controls Telecom Italia under Italian law
    Reuters12 days ago

    Vivendi denies it controls Telecom Italia under Italian law

    French media giant Vivendi said on Monday it has no "de facto control" over Telecom Italia under Italian law. Acknowledging "de facto control" over Telecom Italia would compel Vivendi to consolidate its accounts, including an adjusted net financial debt of 25 billion euros ($29.6 billion). Vivendi's statement, albeit technical in its wording, underscores the growing pressure it faces in Italy, where local authorities are increasingly questioning the way it has erupted in the telecommunications and broadcasting businesses.