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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Vodafone LSE:VOD London Ordinary Share GB00BH4HKS39 ORD USD0.20 20/21
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.65 +0.70% 235.90 235.85 235.95 236.15 233.80 235.10 46,693,787 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 42,227.0 1,095.0 21.8 10.8 62,541.90

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Making the losses back up nicely today. May it continue.veryniceperson
Ouch. Very bad start, more than I thought!veryniceperson
No gains today with the Greeks messing up. Will this become a buying opportunity later in the week?veryniceperson
Vodafone and Liberty look to avoid being left behind HTTP://www.mobilenewscwp.co.uk/2015/06/26/vodafone-and-liberty-look-to-avoid-being-left-behind/nige co
Holding up well today. So far!!veryniceperson
Broker agrees with target , fwiw.philo124
Vodafone, Liberty merger "far more attractive" than asset swap: Nomura Vodafone (NASDAQ:VOD) and Liberty Global's (NASDAQ:LBTYA) discussions around asset swaps will help establish that such scenarios are far less attractive than simply combining all their European assets, Nomura says. The companies have potential to create "an unrivaled integrated communications provider across Europe." Total cost synergies could be $32.6B. An asset exchange, on the other hand, will be difficult given the mismatch of their asset valuations. Raises Vodafone to Buy.nige co
Nomura Buy 235.50 239.30 235.00 290.00 Upgradesskinny
Would it be fruitful if Malone were to message the Banana the right way up inorder to obtain an easy solution ?!abdullla
Hi Christh, A full on merger I believe cannot happen for Liberty as the acquirer due to its market cap. It would require a complex "swap" of assets aka spin off of emerging markets leaving the VOD banana small enough for Malone to swallow.... A full on merger is not on the table for VOD because Colao doesn't appear to see much value beyond German cable assets. ....of course it isn't a full merger because VOD doesn't want or need all of Liberty, but a "swap" arrangement would be required for Malone to get his VOD EU target. You may recall, the rumour of a couple years ago was AT&T buying VOD's EU business with France's Orange taking African operations, with India taken by China Mobile. This kind of dissection would make VOD EU assets small enough for Liberty to be the larger. However, it will take the cooperation of several to get Liberty into that position. Liberty needs to move as mobile technology is going to soon render most everything but fiber backbone a redundant asset.... and mobile trumps fixed lined when you start getting +Gbps mobile bandwidth. With Liberty claiming to have approached VOD’s largest shareholders, this VOD/Liberty deal boils down to their direction that they want for their holdings. Do they want a continued long term growth story with emerging markets with the ability of monies to flow from more profitable EU into the likes of India/Africa OR a stand alone emerging markets holding with limited dividend capability and a decoupled EU asset small enough that it can be sold to Malone for a premium in the short term? Tell me what direction the big money wants and you'll know what it going to happen. 1) will they choose a quick buck (a premium on the current VOD share price). OR 2) Stick with Colao and his long term plans, that should pay dividends in more ways than one. I would value VOD with a takeover premium at 300p to 320p. Whatever happens VOD looks attractive short or long term, with great growth potential for the future. JMO. Good luck all. Nige Conige co
Nige Co 22 Jun'15 - 09:42 - 26912 of 26912 what price would they offer VOD for it? 400p a share? What is VOD nav worth? What is VOD's potential now that entered the broadband fiber market?? SUMMARY About Vodafone Vodafone is one of the world's largest telecommunications companies and provides a range of services including voice, messaging, data and fixed communications. Vodafone has mobile operations in 26 countries, partners with mobile networks in 55 more, and fixed broadband operations in 17 markets. As of 31 March 2015, Vodafone had 446 million mobile customers and 12 million fixed broadband customers. For more information, please visit: www.vodafone.com.christh
I for One don’t swallow these asset swapping talks, after Malone recent comments “How do you get the banana out of the jar” IMHO Malone wants a merger/takeover of VOD European assets. I don’t think VOD or Liberty would be willing to give up their main assets being Germany and the UK. I can see these talks going the same way the AT&T talks went with Vittorio telling Malone “Put up or shut up”. It makes more sense that Malone wants a merger, because Liberty needs mobile, and Vittorio knows that.nige co
Where is the bid/ merger with Liberty?redartbmud
At last the ftse is turning upwards. hopefully it will hit 7,000 by September. I have set a target price for VOD of 260p by Xmas but if the momentum and the good news coming out will get there earlier. On 15 June was 255p so will retrace the trend and you never know, might aim for 300p as new assets have been added.christh
US will bounce back today maybe 180 up, so that will help ftse stocks and VOD will carry on the trend upwards to 260p. Wait to see the US futures later on as an indicatorchristh
Any chartist out there?....think that 232p needs to hold or else timber!...diku
NOTIFICATION OF TRANSACTIONS OF DIRECTORS, PERSONS DISCHARGING MANAGERIAL RESPONSIBILITY OR CONNECTED PERSONS Vodafone Group Plc ("the Company") In accordance with Disclosure and Transparency Rule 3.1.4R(1), the Company gives notice that it was advised by Computershare Trustees Limited on 11 June 2015 that on 10 June 2015 the persons discharging managerial responsibility noted below,acquired the following number of ordinary shares of US$0.20 20/21 each in the Company, at the price of 242.4p per share in connection with the Vodafone Share Incentive Plan: Name of Director / PDMR Number of Shares Nick Jeffery.............104 Matthew Kirk.............102 Ronald Schellekens.......104christh
Vodafone 4G roll-out in Ballymena The rollout of 4G services is part of approximately £2 billion Vodafone is spending across its network and services in the UK across 2014 and 2015. This includes network improvements across its 3G network aimed at both indoor and outdoor coverage and the nationwide provision of HD (High Definition) Voice technology on its 3G network. The Vodafone Rural Open Sure Signal programme is also aiming to bring 3G coverage for the first time to 100 remote communities across the UK. hxxp://www.ballymenatimes.com/news/business/vodafone-4g-roll-out-in-ballymena-1-6795664christh
Vodafone hikes prepaid data tariffs by up to 47%PTI | Jun 14, 2015, 04.51 PM NEW DELHI: Telecom services provider Vodafone has increased pre-paid data tariff for 2G and 3G services in Delhi NCR by up to 47%, while MTS hiked rates of post-paid data pack by 8%. The increase comes in the aftermath of March spectrum auction wherein telcos had paid around Rs 1.1 lakh crore to acquire airwaves. However, Sistema Shyam Teleservices, which operates under the MTS brand, did not participate in the March auction. Earlier, Bharti Airtel and Idea Cellular had increased the tariffs for mobile data. Vodafone has increased the price of its 3G pack of 10 GB data to Rs 1,847 with a validity of 28 days from Rs 1,255 earlier. The country's second-largest mobile operator has increased the price of its 1 GB pack of 3G data to Rs 297 from Rs 255. Also, it has increased price of 1 GB 2G pack to Rs 195 from Rs 175 earlier. A Vodafone spokesperson did not reply to queries in this regard, while a MTS spokesperson said, "We have increased mobile data rates by up to 8% for post-paid customers." Vodafone has also made changes in most of the pre-paid plans and has also reduced validity of various packs. Idea was the first telecom operator that increased data tariffs after the March spectrum auction. Airtel also recently increased rates for mobile Internet packs, both 2G and 3G, sold online for pre-paid customers across the country. The company has withdrawn discounts that it was offering for online purchase of mobile data packs, bringing the prices at par with Internet packs sold offline through retailers. In a bid to improve profitability, telcos have been cutting back on discounts and freebies. Last year, firms including Bharti Airtel, Vodafone and Idea had increased data as well as call tariffs. After the March spectrum auction, industry associations had said there would be hike in tariffs as operators have to meet the commitment to the government.christh
diku just wanna buy in cheaper!.... It was cheap on friday but buying VOD is a good price as the price is heading to 260p. It dropped from 254p as it went x-div but the momentum is strong as the tie up with Liberty will see it benefit in all fronts. Revenue will rise and profits increase too. Just Buy in now, before the climb to 260pchristh
MM....hello MM...I not wanting Vodafone dooming....just wanna buy in cheaper!....diku
next move 250p. The Liberty tie up with the swap of assets will benefit VOD immensely. VOD are now offering fibre broadband so you should see growth in there too.christh
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