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

Milan - Milan Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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0.8615-0.0050 (-0.5770%)
As of 4:32PM CEST. Market open.
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Previous Close0.8665
Open0.8640
Bid0.8615 x
Ask0.8620 x
Day's Range0.8500 - 0.8700
52 Week Range0.6670 - 0.9160
Volume61,841,665
Avg. Volume85,473,396
Market Cap17.07B
Beta0.47
PE Ratio (TTM)11.49
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & Yield0.00 (0.00%)
Ex-Dividend Date2013-04-22
1y Target EstN/A
  • Investors want to put ex-soldier on Telecom Italia frontline: sources
    Reuters1 hour ago

    Investors want to put ex-soldier on Telecom Italia frontline: sources

    PARIS/MILAN/SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Telecom Italia's fund investors are counting on a former Israeli army captain and telecoms dealmaker to complete the company's overhaul -- with a burst of deals. The company this week let go chief executive Flavio Cattaneo after just 16 months of a four-year contract, even though many regard him as the author of a remarkable turnaround at Telecom Italia. The European telecom has nevertheless managed to keep the faith of investors thanks to the expected arrival of Amos Genish.

  • Berlusconi aide meets Telecom Italia deputy chairman: source
    Reuters23 hours ago

    Berlusconi aide meets Telecom Italia deputy chairman: source

    The righthand man of media mogul Silvio Berlusconi visited the headquarters of Telecom Italia on Wednesday and met the company's deputy chairman Giuseppe Recchi, a source said. Telecom's top shareholder is France's Vivendi, which has also built up an almost 30 percent stake in Berlusconi's Mediaset, in a move that has infuriated the former Italian prime minister. A source told Reuters Letta had seen Recchi, whom he has known for some time.

  • Telecom Italia management shake-up fuels Vivendi's ambitions
    Reuters2 days ago

    Telecom Italia management shake-up fuels Vivendi's ambitions

    MILAN/PARIS (Reuters) - France's Vivendi has tightened its grip on Telecom Italia by removing its CEO Flavio Cattaneo and paving the way for a joint venture between its own pay-TV Canal+ and the Italian group, in a boost to the French firm's ambitions to become a southern European media powerhouse. Telecom Italia (TIM) said late on Monday after a board meeting that Cattaneo would be stepping aside as chief executive on July 28 after 16 months in the job, with a severance payment of 25 million euros ($29 million). Vivendi supported Cattaneo's departure, sources familiar with the matter said, after failing to convince the Italian executive to share power with other managers and work on a new strategic plan.