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Vodafone Group Public Limited Company (VOD)

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
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15.33+0.41 (+2.75%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
15.10 -0.23 (-1.50%)
After hours: 07:49PM EDT
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Previous Close14.92
Open15.36
Bid14.88 x 1200
Ask15.33 x 2200
Day's Range15.10 - 15.39
52 Week Range14.42 - 19.05
Volume7,349,553
Avg. Volume6,038,977
Market Cap41.664B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.74
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.06
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield1.01 (6.91%)
Ex-Dividend DateNov 24, 2021
1y Target Est23.24
  • Financial Times

    Investors’ Chronicle: Vodafone, Burberry, Imperial Brands

    Vodafone is always looked at in comparison to BT. BT has a global business which makes up 16 per cent of its revenue but the rest of its sales comes from the UK. BT’s fate is tied to that of the UK economy.

  • Reuters

    Vodafone shareholder e& will consider joint investments

    DUBAI (Reuters) -UAE conglomerate e& said on Friday it will consider joint investments with Vodafone after buying a 9.8% stake in the British company last week, and is seeking to cooperate on procurement as well as research and development. Hatem Dowidar, chief executive of the company formerly known as Etisalat, said he was confident in Vodafone's strategy, including streamlining the business and consolidation in Europe. "I believe that they are clear on what needs to be done and they're trying to do it," Dowidar said in an interview when asked if Vodafone needs to move more aggressively on acquisitions.

  • Financial Times

    Under pressure Vodafone chief given ‘breathing space’ by new investor

    After a tumultuous few weeks, Vodafone and its chief executive have been granted some relief. The state-controlled investment group, whose chief executive spent 17 years in senior positions at Vodafone, voiced unreserved support for the company’s management and strategy. The surprise arrival of the UAE group, formerly known as Etisalat and now rebranded e&, to pole position on Vodafone’s shareholder list, “gives management a bit of breathing space”, said a top-20 investor in the London-headquartered company.

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