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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
  -0.34 -0.25% 134.98 135.30 135.36 137.24 134.86 135.52 60,354,131 16:35:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 39,964.5 706.4 -2.8 - 36,139

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29/11/2018
17:11
No deal will be the best outcome for the UK. People are just too scared of the unknown to see the advantages.
gaffer73
29/11/2018
17:01
supermarky29 Nov '18 - 15:56 - 34040 of 34043 0 1 0 Skinny, you will be getting sknnier unless you stock up soon. Food rationing is coming lol......and a plague of locusts. Upside is most Remoaners are too snowflakey so wont survive such. Perhaps that's why they're peddling such tripe?
fangorn2
29/11/2018
16:58
volsung29 Nov '18 - 15:04 - 34033 of 34043 0 0 0 Second referendum only way out of this mess. Country can vote on the various types of Brexit and whether there should be a Brexit at all. We've already decided whether we LEAVE or REMAIN. Why should Remain be on the second referendum ballot. It'll open up claims that the Brexit deal May/Civil service negotiated was deliberately gerrymandered to prevent UK leaving, to make the supposed BINO so unpalatable, that staying was the only option. Then consider that its a REMAIN Prime Minister, a Remain cabinet, a majority Remain parliament pushing such. How do you think that will go down with British populace at large?? Happy to have a second referendum on HOW we LEAVE - CETA - WTO aka NO DEAL - Theresa May's dreadful deal(Remain with no say) <------there's your Remain option FYI!
fangorn2
29/11/2018
16:57
largeronald29 Nov '18 - 14:05 - 34028 of 34043 0 0 0 I don't believe there is any mechanism by which a member state can be ejected from the EU. ?? It's called Article 50. 2 year transition - at end of 2 years you LEAVE, whether there is a deal or no deal! largeronald29 Nov '18 - 14:43 - 34031 of 34043 0 0 0 If strong and stable doesn't get this deal through parliament, I doubt very much there will be a brexit at all. Parliament will vote for a second referendum before it votes for no deal, regardless of the spivs and con merchants in the erg. Parliament doesnt actually have a mandate to stop NO DEAL. They can call for a second referendum,doubtful there is time,so they'd have to extend Art 50, unlikely. And doing such would mean democracy had fallen.Anarchy worse than what we currently have in London would surely follow. MPs have 'no legal veto' to stop No Deal Brexit Written guidance to an MP from those in the House of Commons library confirms that politicians cannot now “legally and in isolation prevent a No Deal Brexit”. The guidance has been seen and reported by the anti-Brexit Independent. The library are quoted as explaining: “The European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 provides three possible staging posts at which point Parliament will be able to ‘have a say’ in a No Deal scenario, but none of them provide Parliament with a legal veto over Brexit. “They would give Parliament an opportunity to ‘have a vote’ on the government’s proposed course of action in the absence of a deal, but not, as such, a vote on whether to accept or reject No Deal.” hTTps://www.westmonster.com/mps-have-no-legal-veto-to-stop-no-deal-brexit/ MPs do not have 'legal veto' to stop no-deal Brexit, Commons officials say hTTps://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/brexit-latest-no-deal-house-of-commons-legal-veto-parliament-meaningful-vote-theresa-may-a8603541.html
fangorn2
29/11/2018
16:12
I notice that the "stable genius" is claiming to be close to reaching a trade deal with China - this bloke seems to put in more about turns than a marching band in a polling booth
erogenous jones
29/11/2018
16:06
Well, your country joined in 1995 has committed to the Euro yet has not been able to meet the criteria necessary for that currency. Has the population of Sweden hit the 10m mark yet? What is interesting is that the ONLY countries that contribute more than they receive are Germany, Holland, Sweden, Belgium, France, UK, Austria, Denmark, Finland and Italy. As a proportion of Gross National Income, it is less than 1% for all those countries. Luxenbourg is balanced with no meaninful contribution or receipt inbalance. However, of the remaining member countries, Ireland, Spain, Cyprus and Croatia are the only ones where the nett receipt is under 1% of Gross National Income and the rest of the Community, (Portugal, Malta, Slovenia, Estonia, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Greece, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Hungary and Bulgaria) it ranges from over 1% to almost 5% of Gross National Income.
erogenous jones
29/11/2018
16:05
Zoro Simply I don't have knowledge to decide. I'm with you Zoro A 'peoples vote'to my mind is just an excuse to overturn the leave vote. Who of 'the people' has the informed knowledge to make such a decision, is that not we pay our MPs for :-(
sicker
29/11/2018
15:56
Skinny, you will be getting sknnier unless you stock up soon. Food rationing is coming lol......and a plague of locusts.
supermarky
29/11/2018
15:52
Oh yes I forgot, people who voted to leave were too thick to spell correctly. Misinformed idiots lol.
supermarky
29/11/2018
15:46
I really happy that I don't have to chose.Simply I don't have knowledge to decide.I sit at home ( Sweden) and watching how is folding out.
zoro9791
29/11/2018
15:36
"Grown up adults of sain mind decided to leave the eu." Says it all.
largeronald
29/11/2018
15:29
Any second referendum will be an absolute disgrace which will lead to anarchy. There will be full scale riots and the government must appreciate this. We voted as a country to leave. Grown up adults of sain mind decided to leave the eu. It is only complicated by the petulant losers who are trying everything to frustrate. Take it on the chin and accept you lost Mr Remain. Now move on with your life.
supermarky
29/11/2018
15:20
i think we have done enough voting just get us out of there
wilksey1
29/11/2018
15:04
Second referendum only way out of this mess. Country can vote on the various types of Brexit and whether there should be a Brexit at all.
volsung
29/11/2018
15:03
The only thing that concerns me is No deal Brexit, dollar earners would rise on weak pound, but domestic sterling earners hit hard, Banks, Telecoms etc.
montyhedge
29/11/2018
14:43
If strong and stable doesn't get this deal through parliament, I doubt very much there will be a brexit at all. Parliament will vote for a second referendum before it votes for no deal, regardless of the spivs and con merchants in the erg.
largeronald
29/11/2018
14:25
The decision was taken to leave was made by a very small margin by referrendum - it was accepted by Parliament and in turn triggered Article 50. That was accepted by the remaining countries and leave the UK must because that is the wish of the UK populace. That the terms of departure that have been negotiated do not appear acceptable to the majority of the House of Commons is a sideshow. It will result in scenario a) that I referred to above. Case b) could be triggered if it brings Europe back tto the negotiating table to thrash out different terms. If this 2nd negotiation process decides to cancel article 50, then it flies in the face of the electorate. The negotiation might delay the exit as different terms are agreed, but I would hope and expect that we have a rather more aggressive stance with Europe from those on the Political divide that are in favour or leaving.
erogenous jones
29/11/2018
14:11
In the meantime sit back collect 7.88% yield and wait for back to 225p.
montyhedge
29/11/2018
14:05
I don't believe there is any mechanism by which a member state can be ejected from the EU.
largeronald
29/11/2018
13:46
In that case you could give your penetrative analysis on the prospects equities have from March 2019 in the event a) hard exit with no deal b) a softish exit with no deal and c) a cushioned exit with a terrible deal (the one that is on the table) I cannot recall there being any voters in the 1975 referrendum that wished the level of polotical, legal and economic integration that is in place today - a far cry form the European ECONOMIC community that the UK joined in 1973 (along with Ireland and a few others). An outsiders opinion would be refreshing. FWIW, I am of the opinion that the vote will reject the basis that the UK leaves Europe and the consequence will be some violent writings on all stock exchanges in the following days and weeks. There is insufficient time to renegotiate the terms of exit and the decision to either delay our departure will be made or, as I suspect the UK will be ejected. In practical terms, I doubt that there will be any difference to the movement of goods or people in the short term - a lot of puffery, posturing and hot air - and then a period of 6 months to put the processes and protocols in place is likely. But hey, I am just stabbing away in the dark and not any more of a clue than the next herbert. So as an outsider - what do you think?
erogenous jones
29/11/2018
13:34
Can't vote. Not British ;)
zoro9791
29/11/2018
12:45
You vote remain the zoro?
gaffer73
29/11/2018
12:33
The range of broker forecasts for VOD has Societe Generale on a limb with a Sell note and target of 130p issued on 6 November. those listed below have issued notes on 14th or 15th November UBS has re-iterated Buy and target 230p Credit Suisse outperform and target 225p JP Morgan Casanove overweight and target 240p deutsche Bank Buy and target 265p Barclays Capital Overweight and target 220p For me..... well, my target is 190p. And, Zoro, whether you like it or not, the decision in December by UK Parliament will have a bearing on ALL equities so I am afraid, that you will probably be better filtering all those who will continue to debate the potential outcome in advance and post Parliament decision.
erogenous jones
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