VOD.L - Vodafone Group Plc

LSE - LSE Delayed Price. Currency in GBp
126.02
-0.38 (-0.30%)
At close: 4:36PM BST
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Previous Close126.40
Open126.06
Bid126.02 x 0
Ask126.12 x 0
Day's Range125.64 - 127.32
52 Week Range122.22 - 199.86
Volume64,517,877
Avg. Volume92,455,776
Market Cap33.713B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.22
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-28.20
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.13 (9.38%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-06-06
1y Target Est2.01
  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents52 minutes ago

    Edited Transcript of VOD.L earnings conference call or presentation 14-May-19 8:00am GMT

    Full Year 2019 Vodafone Group PLC Earnings Call

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  • Reuters5 hours ago

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  • Financial Times2 days ago

    UK investors brace for more dividend cuts

    When Vodafone cut its dividend by 40 per cent last week, it joined a growing number of FTSE 100 groups that have inflicted pain on shareholders. In February, Marks and Spencer, another stock popular with retail investors, said it would drop its payout by the same amount. In both cases the cuts marked a stark shift in policy: M&S had not cut its payout in a decade, while Vodafone had held off for almost 20 years.

  • GuruFocus.com2 days ago

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  • Financial Times3 days ago

    UK telecoms win case against regulator over spectrum fees

    Britain’s mobile phone companies could claw back more than £220m after winning a legal case against the regulator Ofcom over the annual fees paid on the spectrum. The judge immediately granted the regulator the right to appeal but if that fails then the funds would be recovered from the Treasury and returned to the networks. to boost signals in the countryside by reducing annual licence fees (ALFs).

  • Moody's4 days ago

    MasMovil Holdphone S.A.U. -- Moody's assigns first-time B1 ratings to Masmovil; outlook stable

    Moody's Investors Service, ("Moody's") has today assigned a first-time B1 Corporate Family Rating ("CFR") and a B1-PD Probability of Default Rating ("PDR") to Masmovil Ibercom, S.A. ("Masmovil"). Concurrently, Moody's has assigned a B1 rating to the E1,450 million senior secured Term Loan B due in 2026, the E100 million senior secured revolving credit facility due in 2024 and the E150 million senior secured Capex facility due in 2024 and raised by MasMovil Holdphone S.A.U. (100% subsidiary of Masmovil). "The B1 rating reflects Masmovil's success as the fourth largest telecommunications company in Spain, consistently growing revenues at double-digit rates and achieving a market share of close to 16% in residential mobile and 8% in the residential fixed segment since its creation in 2006," says Carlos Winzer, Moody's Senior Vice President, and lead analyst for Masmovil.

  • Financial Times5 days ago

    Investors Chronicle: On the Beach, Vodafone, Sophos

    Targeted capital allocation has enabled On The Beach to expand its market share, despite the general cooling, writes Tom Dines. Adjusted pre-tax profits were up 14 per cent in the six months to March, on revenue growth of 41 per cent, but management warned that the “ongoing uncertainty” arising from Brexit meant trading in the background market was 10 per cent weaker in 2019. It also launched Classic Package Holidays, an online booking portal for travel agents to complement its growing business-to-business offering, which kicked off with the acquisition of Classic Collection Holidays last August.

  • Anthony Hilton: Vodafone investors paying the price for years of drift
    Evening Standard5 days ago

    Anthony Hilton: Vodafone investors paying the price for years of drift

    Vodafone used to be one of our great companies, one of the global leaders, present in most of the world’s major markets. Its sponsorship of sporting events made it a household name. In 2000 its shares topped 400p at a time when it was bidding for and subsequently acquired Mannesmann. That was 19 years ago.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    Australia regulator blames website flaw for early reveal of TPG-Vodafone decision

    Australia's anti-trust regulator apologised "unreservedly" for publishing confidential information about its decision to block a $10 billion merger of TPG Telecom and Vodafone's Australian joint venture, blaming a flaw in its website. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission's (ACCC) decision to reject the deal was uploaded to its website an hour before the market closed on May 8, catching investors unawares as they were expecting a decision on the next day. "We apologise unreservedly for this unfortunate and serious incident," ACCC Chief Operating Officer Rayne de Gruchy said.

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  • Reuters6 days ago

    Telecom Italia and Vodafone to sign deal to merge towers in Italy by summer end

    A deal to merge Vodafone's tower infrastructure in Italy into INWIT, the mast group 60 percent owned by Telecom Italia (TIM), will be signed by the summer, INWIT's Chief Executive Giovanni Ferigo said on Wednesday. The deal is part of a three-year strategy plan ironed out earlier this year by TIM CEO Luigi Gubitosi aimed at reviving Italy’s biggest phone group which is saddled with more than 25 billion euros ($28.34 billion) of debt.

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  • Reuters7 days ago

    Broadband firms must tell customers about best deals-UK regulator

    British broadband, phone and pay-TV firms must tell customers about their best deals to encourage them to switch away from uncompetitive contracts long after the initial offer period ends, British telecoms regulator Ofcom said on Wednesday. Ofcom said more than 20 million people had passed their initial contract period and many of them were now paying more than they needed to. It said customers who bundled their landline and broadband services together paid, on average, around 20% more when they are 'out of contract', rising to 26% for customers who also took a pay-TV service in their contracts.

  • Financial Times7 days ago

    Vodafone faces growth test after cut to dividend

    When Vodafone embarked on a £19bn investment drive in 2013, it was anticipating a return to growth in its core European markets. Using cash from the $130bn sale of its stake in Verizon Wireless, the UK mobile group upgraded its network as it targeted expansion in broadband and television. ”, the company that sprung one of the greatest coups in corporate history with its £112bn purchase of Germany’s Mannesmann in 2000 has achieved its aims.

  • Reuters7 days ago

    European stocks regain ground, hoping for smoother U.S.-China trade

    European shares gained on Tuesday, recovering most of the previous session's losses, as optimistic comments from Washington and Beijing helped soothed investors' fears about the top two economies' intensifying trade spat. U.S. President Donald Trump said he had an "extraordinary" relationship with Chinese President Xi Jinping and trade talks had not yet collapsed. Earlier in the day, China said it agreed to continue talks on trade.

  • Financial Times7 days ago

    Vodafone: maturing test

    The big UK-listed telecoms group is excited about TOBi. to the dividend on Tuesday could be the first of many, unless Vodafone can deploy new technology to lower costs and revive growth. Nick Read has complied with his factory settings as the new bossdroid.

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  • Vodafone to roll out its 5G network in the UK this July
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  • Vodafone Finally Catches Up with 5G Reality
    Bloomberg7 days ago

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    Telecoms operators’ historic tendency toward outsized dividends has tied up capital that might have been better spent on new technologies. Since he was promoted to the position of Vodafone’s chief executive in October, Nick Read has been adamant that the dividend was sustainable. Its 18 billion-euro ($20.2 billion) purchase of Liberty Global Plc’s cable assets in Germany and eastern Europe has increased Vodafone’s debt to 2.9 times Ebitda, above the peer average.

  • New Vodafone boss tackles debt burden with dividend cut
    Reuters7 days ago

    New Vodafone boss tackles debt burden with dividend cut

    The new boss of Vodafone cut the mobile operator's dividend for the first time, securing the firepower it needs to build 5G networks and complete its acquisition of Liberty Global assets. Nick Read, the former CFO who has been in the top job since October, said the decision to cut one of the biggest payouts in Britain had not been taken lightly, but was needed to bring down debt and invest in new technologies.