Vodafone Grp. Share Chat - VOD
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|Vodafone||LSE:VOD||London||Ordinary Share||GB00BH4HKS39||ORD USD0.20 20/21|
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Vodafone Share Discussion Threads
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|Looks good come back for Vodafone - IMO||ven1979|
|What Vodafone is doing now is going into optical fibre network and with the combination of mobile network it will break the barrier of moving and relying for other service providers for its communication services i.e Data,Voice,Video It is going into a direct battle with BT and probably challenge them in all fronts VOD has the added addvantage as it is a European/Global provider, present in all continents so it looks like a Definite winner. The mobile services will integrate well with the the fibre network and probably with the new technology achieve higher Broadband speeds with what's on offer at the moment. VOD is a strong growth stock!||christh|
|Vodafone Wins Tax Case in India
Indian court rejects government argument company had avoided taxes on some transactions.
|Bombay HC rejects Rs 3,000 crore tax demand on Vodafone
Swati Deshpande, TNN | Oct 8, 2015, 05.19PM IST
Bombay HC rules in favour of Vodafone in Rs 8500cr tax case
MUMBAI: In a victory for British telecom major Vodafone, the Bombay high court on Thursday effectively set aside a Rs 3,100-crore tax demand on it by the income tax department in a contentious transfer pricing case. The order comes as a clear sign to foreign investors, who have been slapped with multiple tax demands over the last few years, that rule of law prevails.
The case pertains to two transactions -an assignment of put and call options and sale of a call centre business in Mumbai -that related to Vodafone's entry into India in 2007. The I-T department valued these together at around Rs 8,500 crore and held them to be international transactions within the meaning of Indian transfer pricing regulations -between an Indian company and its foreign arm -and thus taxable in India. The I-T department had raised a tax demand of Rs 3,100 crore.
The HC upheld a challenge filed by Vodafone questioning the department's jurisdiction against an order passed last December by the Income Tax Appellate Tribunal. "The HC order is justice done in a long fight which the Supreme Court in 2012 had already adjudicated inclusively to hold that department had no jurisdiction," said Feresthe Sethna, lawyer for Vodafone. Beni Chaterjee, the lawyer for the I-T department, said the order may be challenged once the detailed judgment is made available and studied.
|Vodafone wins $690m India tax battle
Financial Times - 19 hours ago
Vodafone has prevailed in a $690m India tax case, marking the latest in a series of victories ...
|We will likely get to 215p-220p today.... By end of November I believe we should hit 250p-260p||christh|
|The government is changed in India, so it is unlikely that the new government will go to Supreme Court against it as this government is more towards corporate sector. I'm confident about it. IMO etc||andysaw|
|Excellent news... Bought some yesterday and today||andysaw|
|Yep, agreed. Bought some more myself as they were starting to look cheap||fangorn2|
|Hi Fanghorn, True, and there could still be a further appeal to the Supreme Court - but far better news than the alternative. Regards, Maddox||maddox|
|Looks like Vodafone has won a tax case dispute with India.....
|added more this morning. vod have been under the radar of late. they have a great international spread. europe, africa, india included. huge long term growth potential.||careful|
|Christh, you keep saying the yield is 7.5%, please do the maths rather than looking at broker figures.||celeritas|
|Nice to see it going positive.||veryniceperson|
|oct 7th Nomura. Outperform New target price 260p. oct 2nd UBS buy Target price 280p.||careful|
|This is going up to 250p. OK. The results are next month and expected to be strong. Europe is doing well and also recent aquisitions will boost income. The yield according to a US broker is now 7.5% but will rise to 8%. The divi is being driven up by strong growth globally and hopefully Africa which will rise by 5%. VOD is trading in Africa as Vodacom. Vodafone is expected to continue to grow its dividend by about 2% over the next two years.||christh|
|Director buying used to work when it impressed PIs into shelling out a few quid but now the Hedge Funds are in control of SPs longs & shorts are the game imo.||gbh2|
|Is this heading to 180p?...||diku|
|I thought they were at basics all this time!...||diku|
|It's going wherever the Hedgies want it to go, PIs have little choice but to wait & see as usual.||gbh2|