|Bid||11.91 x 3200|
|Ask||11.94 x 900|
|Day's Range||11.75 - 12.01|
|52 Week Range||9.21 - 14.50|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||-0.16|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||8.55|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.14 (9.44%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
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If you missed the bottom last year when stock in Telefonica Brasil (VIV) was trading below $10 a share, don't worry. Brazil has struggled since hosting the World Cup in 2014. Telefonica Brasil (VIV) is in the perfect spot.
The overall equity markets seem to ride on the positive vibes, and the stock market euphoria has propelled the telecom stocks to newer heights.
Healthy performance in the postpaid, handsets and ultra-broadband businesses drive Telefonica Brasil's (VIV) fourth-quarter revenues.
Telefonica Brasil's (VIV) fourth-quarter earnings are likely to benefit from its asset base and solid position in key high-value segments.
Telephone and Data Systems (TDS) has the potential for further price appreciation and appears poised to touch new highs in 2019.
Telefonica Brasil S.A. (VIV) is looking like an interesting pick from a technical perspective, as the company is seeing favorable trends on the moving average crossover front.
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The board of directors of Telefonica Brasil SA has approved the appointment of Christian Mauad Gebara as chief executive officer, replacing Eduardo Navarro, the company said in a securities filing. Telefonica, ...
Telecom stocks in Brazil posted some of their biggest gains in years on Tuesday amid expectations that a long-stalled reform in the sector may get the nod from lawmakers in the coming months. Executives at Telefonica Brasil SA told investors on an earnings call that they believed the so-called PL-79 telecom bill updating requirements for public concessions to favor new technologies could be approved by the end of 2018. In a note to clients following the call, analysts at BTG Pactual added that the science and technology commission of Brazil's Senate is due to vote on the reform on Wednesday.
Telefonica Brasil reported a sharp rise in third-quarter net profit, thanks in large part to major one-off benefits from tax rulings. In a securities filing, Brazil's largest telecom firm said net profit ...
Telefonica Brasil SA has begun integrating its pay TV service with Netflix Inc's streaming platforms, Brazil's largest telecoms company said on Tuesday, in another step in its focus on high-end services. The plan was announced in principle between Netflix and all of Telefonica SA's Latin America units in May. Customers who are clients of Netflix and the pay TV service offered by Telefonica Brasil, known locally as Vivo, will be able to access Netflix via Vivo platforms starting this month. Gustavo Nóbrega, head of marketing for Vivo's fixed business, said the partnership was part of a larger company focus on enhancing the firm's TV services.
Telefonica Brasil SA (VIV) is Brazil's largest telecommunications provider with approximately 75 million customers, 35 million of which are postpaid, the largest contract base in the country. Warning! GuruFocus has detected 2 Warning Signs with VIV. Telefonica Brasil could add another 10 million to 20 million customers in th next decade as adoption rates rise.