DTEGY - Deutsche Telekom AG

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17.69
+0.06 (+0.31%)
At close: 4:00PM EST
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Previous Close17.64
Open17.70
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range17.61 - 17.75
52 Week Range16.68 - 20.26
Volume101,262
Avg. Volume167,433
Market Cap82.208B
Beta0.57
PE Ratio (TTM)17,690.00
EPS (TTM)0.00
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.68 (3.84%)
Ex-Dividend Date2017-05-31
1y Target Est20.80
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  • Reuters5 hours ago

    Deutsche Telekom expects steady dividend hikes: paper

    Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) will keep to its promise of hiking dividends in 2018 and the years thereafter, its Chief Financial Officer Thomas Dannenfeldt told German daily Boersen-Zeitung. "I am very confident that we will be able to stick to our promises, in particular with respect to the planned increase of our free cash flow by about 10 percent and the according dividend policy", he was quoted as saying on Saturday. "I see no reason to deviate from (our planning) in 2018", he said, adding that investors should expect continuous growth of capital expenditure, sales, earnings and dividends.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Deutsche Telekom to split T-Systems unit under new leadership

    Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) is planning to split its IT services and consulting business T-Systems into two separate units in a bid to halt a slide in earnings, a spokesman for Deutsche Telekom said, confirming a newspaper report. The move will have advantages for T-Systems' customers and the company itself as the two units would be closer to their respective markets and would be more flexible, he said, without providing further details. German daily Handelsblatt earlier reported that T-Systems' new head, Adel Al-Saleh, had presented plans to managers on Monday to create one unit focused on classical IT outsourcing and another responsible for the rest of the company's business.

  • Is Deutsche Telekom (DTEGY) Stock a Good Value Pick Now?
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  • Deutsche Telekom's Toughest Job Is at Money-Burning Tech Fossil
    Bloomberg23 days ago

    Deutsche Telekom's Toughest Job Is at Money-Burning Tech Fossil

    The effort to strike a deal for T-Mobile US Inc. has drawn attention away from another Deutsche Telekom AG unit that needs fixing more urgently: its money-draining computer-services business.

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  • Associated Press29 days ago

    T-Mobile to buy Austrian cable operator for $2.3 billion

    BERLIN (AP) — Deutsche Telekom's T-Mobile Austria unit has announced plans to buy cable operator UPC Austria in a deal that values the company at 1.9 billion euros ($2.3 billion.)

  • Reuters29 days ago

    Deutsche Telekom buys Austrian cable unit from Liberty Global

    Deutsche Telekom is buying Austrian cable provider UPC from Liberty Global for 1.9 billion euros ($2.25 billion) including debt as it adds broadband services to countries where it only offers mobile operations. For Liberty Global, the sale is seen as part of efforts to reorganise its operations in the event that merger negotiations with Vodafone resume. With the acquisition, Deutsche Telekom is hoping to challenge the dominance of local incumbent Telekom Austria, which has around 1.5 million fixed-line broadband subscribers, compared to roughly 500,000 for UPC Austria.

  • Reuterslast month

    Liberty Global in talks to sell Austrian unit to Deutsche Telekom - FT

    International cable company Liberty Global (LBTYA.O) is in advanced talks to sell its Austrian unit UPC Austria to Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) in a deal worth about $2 billion, the Financial Times said on Thursday. UPC Austria generates sales of $342 million, the paper said, adding the deal would be part of a broader restructuring effort ahead of a possible new round of merger talks with Britain's Vodafone (VOD.L). A spokesman at Deutsche Telekom declined to comment on the report, while no one at Liberty Global was immediately available for comment.

  • Reuterslast month

    Liberty Global in talks to sell Austrian unit to Deutsche Telekom-FT

    International cable company Liberty Global is in advanced talks to sell its Austrian unit UPC Austria to Deutsche Telekom in a deal worth about $2 billion, the Financial Times said on Thursday. UPC Austria generates sales of $342 million, the paper said, adding the deal would be part of a broader restructuring effort ahead of a possible new round of merger talks with Britain's Vodafone. A spokesman at Deutsche Telekom declined to comment on the report, while no one at Liberty Global was immediately available for comment.

  • Reuterslast month

    Regulator slaps conditions on D.Telekom all-you-can-watch video product

    Germany's regulator ordered Deutsche Telekom on Friday to offer an all-you-can-watch video product on the same terms throughout the European Union, in a decision the company slammed as "incomprehensible", saying it would appeal. Telekom's 'StreamOn' option charges nothing for data used watching video-on-demand services and seeks to emulate the success of its T-Mobile US unit, which has gained on its rivals by providing Netflix "on us". In its ruling, the Federal Network Agency (BNetzA) said Deutsche Telekom would have to make Stream-On available in compliance with the European Union's rules on roaming and net neutrality.

  • Reuterslast month

    Regulator slaps conditions on D.Telekom all-you-can-watch video product

    Germany's regulator ordered Deutsche Telekom on Friday to offer an all-you-can-watch video product on the same terms throughout the European Union, in a decision the company slammed as "incomprehensible", saying it would appeal. Telekom's 'StreamOn' option charges nothing for data used watching video-on-demand services and seeks to emulate the success of its T-Mobile US unit, which has gained on its rivals by providing Netflix "on us". In its ruling, the Federal Network Agency (BNetzA) said Deutsche Telekom would have to make Stream-On available in compliance with the European Union's rules on roaming and net neutrality.

  • Ericsson (ERIC) to Modernize Deutsche Telekom Infrastructure
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    Ericsson (ERIC) to Modernize Deutsche Telekom Infrastructure

    Deutsche Telekom selects Ericsson (ERIC) to modernize its mobile network with 5G-ready multi-standard solutions, which will offer better network performance experience to the company's subscribers.

  • Reuterslast month

    Deutsche Telekom, Tele2 join forces to challenge Dutch duopoly

    STOCKHOLM/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Deutsche Telekom will buy the Dutch business of Sweden's Tele2 and combine it with its T-Mobile Nederland to give it more muscle to challenge rivals KPN and Ziggo. Analysts have said a merger of T-Mobile and Tele2 in the Netherlands might make sense as the two lie a distant third and fourth place in the Dutch market. "We are confident that this deal should be approved," Tele2 CEO Allison Kirkby told a conference call.

  • Reuterslast month

    D.Telekom, Tele2 join forces to challenge Dutch duopoly

    STOCKHOLM/FRANKFURT, Dec 15 (Reuters) - Deutsche Telekom will buy the Dutch business of Sweden's Tele2 and combine it with its T-Mobile Nederland to give it more muscle to challenge rivals KPN and Ziggo. Analysts have said a merger of T-Mobile and Tele2 in the Netherlands might make sense as the two lie a distant third and fourth place in the Dutch market.

  • Associated Presslast month

    T-Mobile taking over Dutch arm of Tele2 mobile provider

    THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — The Dutch arm of T-Mobile says it is taking over telecom and internet provider Tele2's operations in the Netherlands, in a move T-Mobile says is aimed at competing with local heavyweights KPN and VodafoneZiggo.

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  • Capital Cubelast month

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  • Reuterslast month

    Deutsche Telekom, EWE to invest two billion euros in German fibre buildout

    Deutsche Telekom is partnering with EWE AG to invest 2 billion euros (£1.8 billion) in building out a superfast glass-fibre broadband network in northwestern Germany, the companies said on Wednesday. Germany, Europe's biggest economy, has been slow to upgrade its internet infrastructure and lags behind many other developed countries in terms of its households' access to a fast glass-fibre connection. Deutsche Telekom and EWE plan to set up a 50-50 joint venture, under a memorandum of understanding, that would connect more than a million households in the states of Lower Saxony, North-Rhine Westphalia and Bremen over the next decade.

  • Reuterslast month

    Deutsche Telekom, EWE to invest 2 billion euros in German fiber buildout

    Deutsche Telekom is partnering with EWE AG [LANDWE.UL] to invest 2 billion euros ($2.4 billion) in building out a superfast glass-fiber broadband network in northwestern Germany, the companies said on Wednesday. Germany, Europe's biggest economy, has been slow to upgrade its internet infrastructure and lags behind many other developed countries in terms of its households' access to a fast glass-fiber connection. Deutsche Telekom and EWE plan to set up a 50-50 joint venture, under a memorandum of understanding, that would connect more than a million households in the states of Lower Saxony, North-Rhine Westphalia and Bremen over the next decade.

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  • Moody'slast month

    T-Mobile USA, Inc. -- Moody's says T-Mobile's new $1.5 billion share repurchase program has no ratings impact

    Announcement: Moody's says T-Mobile's new $1.5 billion share repurchase program has no ratings impact. Global Credit Research- 06 Dec 2017. New York, December 06, 2017-- Today, T-Mobile USA, Inc. announced ...

  • Reuterslast month

    T-Mobile rolls out buyback plan after Sprint deal talks collapse

    T-Mobile US Inc said its board approved the U.S. wireless carrier's first-ever buyback program, a month after the company and rival Sprint Corp ended their deal talks. Deutsche Telekom AG, which holds over 60 percent in T-Mobile, also plans to purchase additional shares, T-Mobile said on Wednesday. The buyback of up to $1.5 billion of shares would start from Thursday and take place through Dec. 31, 2018, T-Mobile said.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    German regulator flags easier regulation for broadband build-out

    Germany's telecoms industry should accelerate the build-out of the country's high-speed broadband network, its regulator said on Monday, adding it was considering easier regulation on glass-fibre internet to speed the process. Germany has set a goal of providing nationwide internet with speeds of at least 50 megabits per second (mbit/s) in 2018 but the technology relied on by market leader Deutsche Telekom - based on the old copper telephone network - cannot be easily upgraded further. "We can't delay further investments into the distant future and risk missing out on the chances of digitalisation," said Jochen Homann, president of the Federal Network Agency (BNetzA), presenting its annual reports on the telecoms and postal markets.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    German regulator flags easier regulation for broadband build-out

    Germany's telecoms industry should accelerate the build-out of the country's high-speed broadband network, its regulator said on Monday, adding it was considering easier regulation on glass-fiber internet to speed the process. Germany has set a goal of providing nationwide internet with speeds of at least 50 megabits per second (mbit/s) in 2018 but the technology relied on by market leader Deutsche Telekom - based on the old copper telephone network - cannot be easily upgraded further. "We can't delay further investments into the distant future and risk missing out on the chances of digitalization," said Jochen Homann, president of the Federal Network Agency (BNetzA), presenting its annual reports on the telecoms and postal markets.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    German regulator flags easier regulation for broadband build-out

    Germany's telecoms industry should accelerate the build-out of the country's high-speed broadband network, its regulator said on Monday, adding it was considering easier regulation on glass-fiber internet to speed the process. Germany has set a goal of providing nationwide internet with speeds of at least 50 megabits per second (mbit/s) in 2018 but the technology relied on by market leader Deutsche Telekom - based on the old copper telephone network - cannot be easily upgraded further. "We can't delay further investments into the distant future and risk missing out on the chances of digitalization," said Jochen Homann, president of the Federal Network Agency (BNetzA), presenting its annual reports on the telecoms and postal markets.