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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
  0.78 0.64% 123.42 123.40 123.44 123.64 122.00 122.08 78,875,262 16:29:59
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 39,964.5 706.4 -2.8 - 33,044

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19/11/2018
13:45
Wonder if Elliott Management the hedgies will increase their stake, I think they have 3.65% stake at a cost of 186.5p, what I remeber. Surely if they liked Vod at 186.5p they must love it at 155p, lol.
montyhedge
19/11/2018
13:15
Investors Chronicle said BUY this weekend. Happy with that, with a near 9% yield more than double their corporate bond, worth the wait, for it to get back above 200p.
montyhedge
19/11/2018
13:11
Positive words from the CEO over the weekend regarding the UK business, but Vodafone is facing regulatory threats in the UK, following a CAB super complaint in September, (hxxps://www.investorschampion.com/channel/blog/vodafone-dividend) which could hurt the outlook.
investorschampion
19/11/2018
12:46
Some key dates this month: Nov 22nd - Divi Ex and Nov 27th German regulators decision day for the Liberty deal to get a go ahead.
bobalot
19/11/2018
12:33
The No.1 trader, just turned bullish, they reckon they will pay the dividend, so 9% give board benefit of the doubt they know the company better than us. Should be 175p-180p by end of year, as fund managers get the index up for the Santa Rally. Plus ex div 22nd November, I don't think it drop by the dividend amount.
montyhedge
19/11/2018
09:01
When your contract comes to an end just say you are leaving leaving leaving and they give you a discount price...it is becoming normal practise but a comedy act...
diku
19/11/2018
09:00
Well you told us no chance that divi won't be cut.
zoro9791
19/11/2018
08:57
Just renewed my mobile contract after wrangling a 20% diacount. Well every little helps... Oh that's Tesco...
oilforex
19/11/2018
08:54
No chance.
montyhedge
19/11/2018
08:41
Can it get to 180p by year end?...
diku
18/11/2018
14:53
Bod stuck a plaster over the cut, this dividend should have been cut. Revenue the figure you can't fudge, was down, and debt up. If they did cut shares would be 165p, fund managers would have seen it has being prudent, then pay the final dividend in full.
montyhedge
18/11/2018
11:58
If anybody bought the shares around say 350p during the tech boom and bust...and held onto them until to date would they be any wiser on annual returns with all the divis received in cash...if they were to sell today at 154p?...anybody done the maths on such situations?...compared to return on savings rates during the same period...
diku
18/11/2018
11:46
So does VOD have any exposure to the US market?...directly or indirectly?...
diku
18/11/2018
11:21
A mention here.
skinny
17/11/2018
12:12
Anybody still holding the VZ scrip? My VZ is now worth comfortably more than the VOD holding. A major error on VOD's part.
patientcapital
16/11/2018
16:21
Bad timing with the update earlier in week. Nightmare week to release news but I think held up quite well considering some of the other FTSE shares.Just a bit of good news needed(brexit) and we will be up another leg. Not sure how Brexit can produce good news unless the EU have some under the table sweeteners to help get it through
watfordhornet
16/11/2018
14:52
Sounds good Portside. Was just curious seeing how volatile it is at the moment and the drops everything appears to be getting hit with. But yes, we never know what is going to happen.
capeview
16/11/2018
14:51
may and Brexit if that is her deal then it is terrible , we may has well just call it off , call a general election , you gutless scum in parliament are a disgrace all of you , you have destroyed democracy , and you scum condemn other countries parliament has failed the public must make the decisions , at the next election do not vote for any of the 3 main parties boycott them
portside1
16/11/2018
14:47
I would like the gap today I may have to settle for 12 p ido want to be left out for next weeks rise
portside1
16/11/2018
14:46
cape , because we never no what they are going to do I set my targets and stick to them 15p gap is my target what happens after is not important I have made the decision it as worked for me for over 20 years
portside1
16/11/2018
13:58
Lol,RC it depends on the definition of full time employment it’s not waffle it’s how intelligent you are at interpreting data,oh dear! Perhaps you could provide information in detail on the definitions and parameters of the term full time employment in the result?
123trev
16/11/2018
13:23
I wanted to use abdula but it was not available so I tried abdulla but still not available,finally I succeeded with the present abdullla which I have had since 1978 same as with motley fool.I do not use any other aliases,ha ha!
abdullla
16/11/2018
13:20
portside115 Nov '18 - 20:14 - 33844 of 33859 0 0 0 I sold the last few I bought at 144.5 I bought over 145000 The 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 p Will sell the barcs I got at 15 p difference to vod ,if barcs is 170 and vod is 155 will switch them back Just trying to work out the logic in this. I understand what you're trying to do, but when Vodafone has kept on dropping and Barc's has stayed pretty stagnant, you could have made an extra 200 shares just by holding off buying for a few days??
capeview
16/11/2018
13:10
lol trev, what a load of waffle so are 3m more people in full time employment or not?
rcturner2
16/11/2018
13:03
Revenue was down but currency adjusted was up. Div is not covered by earnings but Board - who after all have better information than you or I or any spotty analyst - clearly believes that cashflow will ultimately grow to fill the dividend cover gap - which is after all not that great - think EPS covers the divi 0.89x but you might want to see 1.3x or something like that. So the Liberty deal will help EBITDA and EPS whilst cost cutting will also help. I don't think they can factor in some sort of global slowdown and of course this might impact things. But debt, as it currently stands, is not excessive given cashflows and so all in all they can probably sustain the dividend - absent big global impact - for the foreseeable. I don't agree at all that the P&L and B/S are in any sense out of control, certainly debt isn't. If things pan out the dividend should be okay longer term; if they feel the headwinds from the global economy then they will have to take more of a view.
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