|Bid||146.00 x 0|
|Ask||152.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||146.38 - 152.00|
|52 Week Range||142.60 - 231.75|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.30|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.13 (8.76%)|
|1y Target Est||2.01|
In Europe, debate rages over whether to join the United States and those allies in excluding Huawei. The European Union should be worried about Huawei and other Chinese technology companies because of the risk they pose to the bloc's industry and security, the bloc's technology chief Andrus Ansip said in December. Ansip was speaking after the arrest in Canada of Huawei chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou in relation to a U.S. investigation into an alleged scheme to use the global banking system to evade U.S. sanctions against Iran.
MADRID (Reuters) - Vodafone (VOD.L) plans to cut up to 1,200 jobs from its Spanish business, the company said on Thursday, though it declined to give further details ahead of talks with labour representatives ...
Vodafone plans to cut up to 1,200 jobs from its Spanish business, the company said on Thursday, though it declined to give further details ahead of talks with labor representatives expected to begin at ...
Hikma missed out on a FTSE 100 rally after Citigroup downgraded it to “neutral”. The drugmaker had a modest roster of product launches for 2019 and faced growing competition, said Citi. The broker also noted two months of weak US prescription data for Hikma’s injectable drugs and highlighted challenging year-on-year comparisons once Pfizer restarted production of opioid painkillers.
retreated after its Christmas period trading update showed 3.6 per cent like-for-like sales growth excluding fuel, against a consensus expecting 4.1 per cent. Management left full-year guidance unchanged but cautioned on a conference call that consumer confidence had weakened. Separately, Kantar Worldpanel’s supermarket survey for December showed industry sales up 1.2 per cent. was the best performer among the big four with 1.7 per cent sales growth, while J Sainsbury was the laggard with sales down 1.2 per cent.
(Reuters) - Indian telecom stocks such as Vodafone Idea Ltd lost ground on Thursday after the industry regulator released monthly data that showed a bleak rise in the country's mobile phone customer base. ...
Nokia (NOK) announced last month that it had developed and deployed a liquid-cooled base station system in Helsinki, Finland. It said that was an achievement that promises lower costs for operators and reduced carbon dioxide emissions. The system was developed and tested in partnership with Finnish power supplier Efore and Finnish mobile operator Elisa.
Telecom stocks across the globe have held up well amid the market's recent turbulence, with the Morningstar Global Communication Services Index down only 5% in the fourth quarter through Dec. 20 versus a 14% drop for the broader market.
The Latest Updates from T-Mobile and Vodafone(Continued from Prior Part)Operator and its auditor in legal tussle Vodafone (VOD) has dropped PwC as its auditor, according to Irish newspaper the Independent.
On May 9, Vodafone (VOD) announced that it had reached an agreement to purchase Liberty Global (LBTYA) assets in certain European markets. As Reuters has reported, the deal is now set to face a full-scale review after the initial review raised certain antitrust concerns, specifically in Germany and the Czech Republic. German telecom operator Deutsche Telekom (DTEGY) is opposed to the idea of Vodafone buying Liberty Global’s assets, claiming it would be bad for competition.
Despite Viacom’s (VIA) (VIAB) dispute with Netflix (NFLX) over talent poaching, Viacom isn’t going roll back its strategy of cooperating with video streaming providers instead of challenging them.
(Bloomberg) -- European equities retreated at the open as automakers to telecoms fell after renewed concerns about U.S.-China tensions spooked investors.
Britain's competition watchdog has proposed a crackdown on companies that charge so-called loyalty penalties on a whole range of products including mortgages, insurance and mobile phones, which cost consumers around 4 billion pounds ($5 billion) a year. The Competition and Markets Authority's (CMA) action follows a complaint from consumer body Citizens Advice that companies penalise existing customers by charging them higher prices than new customers. The action by Citizens Advice - dubbed as a "super-complaint" - was launched in September and immediately triggered a comprehensive investigation by the watchdog.
EU's investigation of Liberty Global's (LBTYA) divestiture of its assets in Germany and Eastern Europe to Vodafone can now delay the transaction beyond the mid-2019 completion time frame.
The European Commission opens an enquiry into Vodafone's (VOD) deal as EU antitrust regulators think that this may reduce competition in Germany and the Czech Republic.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) said in a statement that removing TPG as a new independent competitor with its own network "would be likely to result in a substantial lessening of competition". "A mobile market with three major players rather than four is likely to lead to higher prices and less innovative plans for mobile customers,” ACCC Chairman Rod Sims said in the statement.
Vodafone's (VOD.L) purchase of Liberty Global's (LBTYA.O) assets in Germany and east Europe may damage competition in Germany and the Czech Republic, EU antitrust regulators said on Tuesday, as they opened a full-scale probe into the $21.8 billion (£17.13 billion) deal. The deal between the world's second-largest mobile operator and U.S. cable pioneer John Malone's Liberty would enable Vodafone to compete more effectively with Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) in the German rival's home market.
Vodafone's (VOD.L) purchase of Liberty Global's (LBTYA.O) assets in Germany and east Europe may damage competition in Germany and the Czech Republic, EU antitrust regulators said on Tuesday, as they opened a full-scale probe into the $21.8 billion deal. The deal between the world's second-largest mobile operator and U.S. cable pioneer John Malone's Liberty would enable Vodafone to compete more effectively with Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) in the German rival's home market.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Vodafone (VOD.L) said on Tuesday that it continues to expect EU antitrust regulators to approve its plan buy of some Liberty Global (LBTYA.O) assets by mid-2019. The comment came after ...
Vodafone said on Tuesday that it continues to expect EU antitrust regulators to approve its plan buy of some Liberty Global assets by mid-2019. The comment came after the European Commission opened a full-scale ...
EU antitrust regulators opened on Tuesday an in-depth investigation into Vodafone's $21.8 billion buy of Liberty Global's assets in Germany and eastern Europe, saying the deal may hit competition in Germany and the Czech Republic. The European Commission said it would decide by May 2 whether to clear the deal. The deal would transform Vodafone into Europe's biggest provider of broadband, cable and mobile services with 54 million customers and reach 110 million homes and businesses.
A German regulator has said the government's auction of fifth-generation (5G) mobile licences could be delayed if operators had to offer roaming in rural areas, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) reported on Thursday. FAZ had said the government was mulling changes to the auction requirements envisaging compulsory roaming in rural areas with patchy mobile phone coverage. FAZ said it was citing a letter from the Bundesnetzagentur (BNetzA) regulator to the economy and transport ministries.