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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Vodafone Group Plc LSE:VOD London Ordinary Share GB00BH4HKS39 ORD USD0.20 20/21
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.16 0.12% 129.64 129.26 129.34 130.16 129.02 129.74 25,073,453 16:35:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 39,964.5 706.4 -2.8 - 34,710

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15/11/2018
20:14
I sold the last few I bought at 144.5 I bought over 145000The last few I bought was just 8192 I sold them this morning At 157 to just pick up a few barcs on their dip at 163.9 pWill sell the barcs I got at 15 p difference to vod ,if barcs is170 and vod is 155 will switch them back
portside1
15/11/2018
18:10
UBS 15/11 Unchanged Buy Credit Suisse 14/11 Reiterates Outperform JP Morgan Cazenove 14/11 Reiterates Overweight Deutsche Bank 14/11 Reiterates Buy Barclays Capital 14/11 Reiterates Overweight
justiceforthemany
15/11/2018
17:57
Get a grip if the dollar can rise under Trump, no reason why Boris can't lift the pound. LOL
2wild
15/11/2018
16:21
So tell us which statement was the truth portside (if any)... is it your post this morning saying you will hold until 200p and telling everyone to buy buy buy... or your post a few hours later saying you had sold. Its no wonder you get stick on here.
lostandconfused
15/11/2018
16:20
If that buffoon gets in sterling will end up nearer 0.15 than 1.15
largeronald
15/11/2018
15:46
Boris fav 6.1, sterling to fall to 1.15 if he is PM. Hard brexiter he may get things done though.
montyhedge
15/11/2018
15:45
I SOLD THE LAST FEW I BOUGHT THIS MORNING OF 8192 AT 157P AND BOUGHT A FEW BARCS 7721 WILL SWAP BACK SOON JUST TO GAIN 200 MORE SHARES ITS GREAT TO TRADE AT NO COST I DO IT A LOT
portside1
15/11/2018
15:36
Doesn't help that there is a whopping great gap just below which once they get a sniff of might get closed.
tim 3
15/11/2018
13:49
so predictable abdulla you could nt resist
1briska
15/11/2018
13:31
Was expecting a sell-off, but today is very 'exceptional', just need to look at the FTSE 100 fallers, VOD nowhere in sight.
toon1966
15/11/2018
13:08
Dead cat bounce over, back into 1.40’very soon.
mastey
15/11/2018
11:55
When the towers are put into a separate legal entity up to half it could still be sold to create a 50:50 partnership without losing control.
scrwal
15/11/2018
10:22
oops - wrong thread
ttg100
15/11/2018
10:15
Revenue you can't fudge and it was down, debt up. Now not selling towers to bring debt down. Dividend to be paid at all costs, incredible.
montyhedge
15/11/2018
09:44
RC,Idon’t look to much at the media spin try and concentrate on the hard facts and the hidden truths behind the numbers.Taking the UK employment figures you would want to look at the definition of employment and how it’s changed over time and how governments have massaged the figures to suit their own needs.The jobs created over the last few decades have largely been low paid,part time and zero hour type employment boosted in the past largely by working and child tax credits not to mention the rise of self employment.We have seen the minimum wage rise and the thresholds changes to tax mainly to pass back the need for credits on to the employer which inturn have raised prices on goods and services and had to slightly increase wages.Its a conundrum at the minute as to why wage inflation isn’t causing severe problems and rate rises or is it!
123trev
15/11/2018
09:17
trev, everyone can pick and choose which economic numbers they prefer to bolster their own case, bull or bear. I run my own business and see the economy very close up as I work with startups and SMEs. In general I would say that the level of gloom in the media is way out of line with the reality on the ground. This is supported, for example, by the UK employment figures which show very high levels of employment and wages rising.
rcturner2
15/11/2018
09:00
monty...the CEO was the previous CFO...he has to first win investment friends in his new position...all good PR..ing...I have not followed the Liberty deal news yet...maybe those revenue figures will kick in if & when approved...
diku
15/11/2018
08:58
That's supports the share price Monty. He didn't say he wouldn't if right price came along. He may have other ideas as well. What do we know ?
veryniceperson
15/11/2018
08:52
Not selling the towers to reduce debt,What I look for in the figures is revenue, which is down and debt which is up.Seems dividend will be paid at all cost.
montyhedge
15/11/2018
08:42
We know you are whiter than white but not bright!...but eventually you will need a recoat...white fades very quickly!...
diku
15/11/2018
07:54
diku will now hold for 200p my info tells me to hold and take the divs vod is a buy buy buy
portside1
15/11/2018
07:48
Not the brightest are you? :)
trinderm
14/11/2018
22:58
58,000?... Just for conference he has to go to Spain...
diku
14/11/2018
22:39
BARCELONA--Vodafone Group PLC's (VOD.LN) Chief Executive Nick Read said Wednesday that it is important for the company to maintain control of its European towers, as the review of those assets isn't aimed at deleveraging. The British telecommunications giant said Tuesday it would separate its tower assets into a differentiated legal entity within the group and review options, as it set out plans to reduce 1.2 billion euros ($1.35 billion) in operating expenses over three years. "I think it's important to maintain strategic control. These are important assets to us," Mr. Read said at a Morgan Stanley conference in Barcelona, Spain. The company's CEO said reducing its debt load wasn't a big factor in the decision to separate its tower assets. "If we get a fantastic value for shareholders, we will do that, but [the motive] is not deleveraging," Mr. Read said. The review will take six to nine months, Mr. Read said. Mr. Read said Vodafone's experience in the U.K. shows that active sharing of tower assets doesn't work in big cities, as data management can be complex if competing operators have different demands. However, the company is open to passive sharing across Europe, the CEO said. Vodafone owns around 58,000 communication towers in Europe.
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