TIT.MI - Telecom Italia S.p.A.

Milan - Milan Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
0.5482
-0.0118 (-2.11%)
At close: 5:41PM CET
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Previous Close0.5600
Open0.5556
Bid0.5470 x 0
Ask0.5600 x 0
Day's Range0.5470 - 0.5594
52 Week Range0.4771 - 0.8848
Volume50,919,453
Avg. Volume107,217,449
Market Cap11.081B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.05
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.0370
Earnings DateFeb 26, 2019
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend Date2013-04-22
1y Target Est0.69
  • Market applauding appointment of Telecom Italia CEO
    CNBC Videos21 days ago

    Market applauding appointment of Telecom Italia CEO

    Class CNBC’s Claudia Pensotti discusses the reaction to Luigi Gubitosi being made CEO of Telecom Italia.

  • Gubitosi Named Telecom Italia CEO
    Bloomberg21 days ago

    Gubitosi Named Telecom Italia CEO

    Nov.19 -- Telecom Italia has named Luigi Gubitosi as its new CEO. The former Merrill Lynch banker's appointment is another win for activist investor Elliott Management which is pushing for a radical overhaul of the phone company. Gubitosi succeeds Amos Genish who was ousted last week for resisting calls for a spinoff of Telecom Italia's landline network. Bloomberg's Rebecca Penty reports on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open."

  • New Telecom Italia CEO’s strategy a positive for the comp...
    CNBC Videos21 days ago

    New Telecom Italia CEO’s strategy a positive for the comp...

    Class CNBC’s Andrea Cabrini discusses the appointment of Luigi Gubitosi as Telecom Italia’s CEO.

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents6 days ago

    Edited Transcript of TIT.MI earnings conference call or presentation 9-Nov-18 1:00pm GMT

    Q3 2018 Telecom Italia SpA Earnings Call

  • 5 Battered Telecom Stocks Wired for Significant Gains
    InvestorPlace7 days ago

    5 Battered Telecom Stocks Wired for Significant Gains

    Although subject to broader volatility, telecom stocks have recently experienced an uptick in sentiment. Primarily, dovish comments from Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell assured investors that the central bank will conservatively raise interest rates. If rates jumped too high too quickly, Wall Street could experience a rollover from telecom stocks to government bonds.

  • Reuters10 days ago

    Court says T.Italia, Vodafone, Fastweb and Wind3 should reimburse clients over billing

    Italy's top administrative court temporarily confirmed on Friday that Telecom Italia, (TLIT.MI), Vodafone (VOD.L), Wind and Fastweb (SCMN.S) should reimburse clients over their 28-day billing policy by the end of this year. Vodafone and Wind had requested the court to suspend the payment, but the Council of State rejected the request. Last week another court had annulled the fines the communications regulator had imposed on the phone operators over their new method of issuing monthly bills to customers.

  • Financial Times13 days ago

    [$$] Wind Tre hit hard by Iliad’s arrival in Italian market

    Wind Tre , Italy’s largest mobile phone operator, has been hit hard by the entry of aggressive newcomer Iliad into the market this year, with third-quarter revenue dropping almost 15 per cent and earnings ...

  • U.S. Urges Allies to Avoid Using Huawei Equipment, WSJ Says
    Bloomberg17 days ago

    U.S. Urges Allies to Avoid Using Huawei Equipment, WSJ Says

    Officials from the U.S. have reached out to counterparts and executives in countries including Germany, Italy and Japan about perceived cybersecurity risks, the Journal said, citing unidentified people familiar with the matter. Huawei has long been labeled a security risk by U.S. lawmakers because of alleged links to the Chinese government, in part because it was founded by former military engineer Ren Zhengfei. While the Shenzhen-based company has denied any inappropriate connections, it’s been banned in Australia from supplying fifth-generation wireless equipment, faced scrutiny in the U.K. and found itself largely shut out from the U.S. market.

  • Reuters18 days ago

    Italy government has received no proposal for the spin-off of T. Italia's network

    MILAN (Reuters) - Italy's industry ministry said on Thursday it had not received any secret proposal for the spin-off of Telecom Italia's (TIM) network. In a statement, the ministry said legislation currently ...

  • Reuters18 days ago

    Telecom Italia's network spin-off would put at risk 20,000 jobs: trade union source

    The plan to spin off the fixed-line network of former telecoms monopolist Telecom Italia would put at risk 20,000 jobs, a trade union source said on Thursday. Italy's government is studying a spin-off ...

  • Reuters18 days ago

    Telecom Italia's network spin-off would put at risk 20,000 jobs: trade union source

    ROME (Reuters) - The plan to spin off the fixed-line network of former telecoms monopolist Telecom Italia would put at risk 20,000 jobs, a trade union source said on Thursday. Italy's government is studying ...

  • Italy Finds a Friend in U.S. Hedge Fund
    Bloomberg20 days ago

    Italy Finds a Friend in U.S. Hedge Fund

    The government is interfering with a private company to get hold of its most prized asset: the country’s phone and broadband network. Italy is playing fast and loose with property rights and no one seems to care. The ruling Five Star Movement has presented a draft amendment to a fiscal decree, which envisages creating a single company to combine the networks of Telecom Italia and Open Fiber, a smaller rival.

  • Italy Finds a Friend in U.S. Hedge Fund
    Bloomberg20 days ago

    Italy Finds a Friend in U.S. Hedge Fund

    The government is interfering with a private company to get hold of its most prized asset: the country’s phone and broadband network. Italy is playing fast and loose with property rights and no one seems to care. The ruling Five Star Movement has presented a draft amendment to a fiscal decree, which envisages creating a single company to combine the networks of Telecom Italia and Open Fiber, a smaller rival.

  • Reuters21 days ago

    European stocks resume their slide a tech tumbles, Renault slumps

    LONDON/MILAN, Nov 19 (Reuters) - European shares resumed their slide on Monday to end at a three-week low as tech stocks came under fresh selling pressure on worries over Apple's iPhone demand and as carmaker Renault sank after the arrest of its CEO for alleged financial misconduct. The pan-European STOXX 600 opened up 0.6 percent but flagged rapidly and ended the day down 0.7 percent, its fourth straight day of losses. Renault was the top faller on the STOXX 600 after its CEO Carlos Ghosn, who is also chairman of the car maker's Japanese partner Nissan, was arrested in Japan on allegations of under-reporting his salary.

  • Activist’s Coup Leaves Billionaire Bollore Reeling
    Bloomberg21 days ago

    Activist’s Coup Leaves Billionaire Bollore Reeling

    It has also left France’s Vivendi SA with the biggest stake in the company, yet very little say in its management. Elliott’s ejection of CEO Amos Genish was very slow, then, all of a sudden, exceedingly fast. Vivendi is still able to call an extraordinary general meeting on the composition of the board, which is currently made up of 10 Elliott nominees and five picked by Vivendi (including Genish himself).

  • Telecom Italia gets new CEO but power struggle rages on
    Reuters21 days ago

    Telecom Italia gets new CEO but power struggle rages on

    Luigi Gubitosi's appointment as Telecom Italia's new chief executive lifted shares more than 4 percent on Monday as investors bet the veteran Italian manager could push through an aggressive shake-up of Italy's biggest phone group. A former head of telecoms group Wind and now state-appointed commissioner of struggling airline Alitalia, Gubitosi succeeds Amos Genish, the third TIM CEO to leave in as many years, who was unexpectedly fired last Tuesday over what sources said were disagreements with board members over strategy. Telecom Italia (TIM) shares rose 4.4 percent by 0940 GMT, outperforming a 0.7 percent rise in Europe's telecoms index.

  • Reuters21 days ago

    Telecom Italia gets new CEO but power struggle rages on

    Luigi Gubitosi's appointment as Telecom Italia's new chief executive lifted shares more than 4 percent on Monday as investors bet the veteran Italian manager could push through an aggressive shake-up of Italy's biggest phone group. A former head of telecoms group Wind and now state-appointed commissioner of struggling airline Alitalia, Gubitosi succeeds Amos Genish, the third TIM CEO to leave in as many years, who was unexpectedly fired last Tuesday over what sources said were disagreements with board members over strategy. Telecom Italia (TIM) shares rose 4.4 percent by 0940 GMT, outperforming a 0.7 percent rise in Europe's telecoms index.

  • The Wall Street Journal21 days ago

    [$$] Telecom Italia Appoints New CEO

    Telecom Italia has named Luigi Gubitosi as its new chief executive, succeeding recently ousted Amos Genish.

  • Reuters22 days ago

    Ex-Telecom Italia CEO seeks shareholder vote after Gubitosi named new boss

    ROME/MILAN (Reuters) - Telecom Italia (TIM) appointed Luigi Gubitosi as chief executive on Sunday, in a move seen as portending a more aggressive shake-up at the phone group and prompting his predecessor to call for a shareholder vote on the strategy turn. Gubitosi, a former head of telecoms group Wind and now state-appointed commissioner of struggling airline Alitalia, succeeds Amos Genish, the third TIM CEO to leave in as many years, who was unexpectedly fired last Tuesday over what sources said were disagreements with board members over strategy. Genish, who remains a TIM board director, said he would seek investor support to call an extraordinary shareholder meeting to contest the sudden changes.

  • Reuters22 days ago

    Analysis: With new CEO, Telecom Italia 'opera' edges towards finale

    Barely a year into the job as the boss of Italy's biggest telecoms company, Amos Genish had just finished celebrating a joint venture with electronics group Samsung at a dinner in South Korea when a WhatsApp message arrived sealing his fate. The Telecom Italia CEO had been in conflict with some of his fellow board members over strategy at the former state phone monopoly but the company had said there would be no board meeting while he was away. Twelve hours later, the telecoms industry veteran was fired in a board meeting he dialled into from Seoul.

  • Reuters22 days ago

    PRESS DIGEST- Financial Times - Nov 19

    The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. Headlines Telecom Italia names Luigi Gubitosi new chief executive ...

  • Reuters22 days ago

    With new CEO, Telecom Italia 'opera' edges towards finale

    Barely a year into the job as the boss of Italy's biggest telecoms company, Amos Genish had just finished celebrating a joint venture with electronics group Samsung at a dinner in South Korea when a WhatsApp message arrived sealing his fate. The Telecom Italia CEO had been in conflict with some of his fellow board members over strategy at the former state phone monopoly but the company had said there would be no board meeting while he was away. Twelve hours later, the telecoms industry veteran was fired in a board meeting he dialled into from Seoul.

  • Reuters23 days ago

    Gubitosi seen as new Telecom Italia boss after Altavilla quits race - source

    MILAN (Reuters) - Italian manager Luigi Gubitosi is expected to be proposed as Telecom Italia's (TLIT.MI) new CEO on Sunday after rival Alfredo Altavilla pulled out of the race for the top job at Italy's ...