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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
  0.54 0.43% 127.56 127.48 127.62 127.62 126.00 126.26 1,662,168 08:37:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 39,964.5 706.4 -2.8 - 34,153

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10/12/2018
07:33
Well if history is anything to go by , a far left type government will be cap in hand to the lender of last resort, that institution will make punishing demands for a bail out and so the merry go round will continue..but better than being part of the EU At least we still have a current to devalue unlike the sainted 27...
hernando2
10/12/2018
07:25
It's hugely worrying though Tim, Corbyn is a far bigger threat to the UK economy than Brexit, hence I would accept the PM's deal despite its flaws. wllm
wllmherk
09/12/2018
23:49
I think the Corbyn next pm odds are skewed because nobody knows who will be the tory leader and 4/1 is hardly odds on.
tim 3
09/12/2018
23:41
Dow futures drop nearly 200 points as sell-off looks set to continue in new week https://www.cnbc.com/2018/12/09/dow-futures-drop-200-points-as-sell-off-is-set-to-continue-in-new-week.html?__source=twitter%7Cmain
philanderer
09/12/2018
23:40
Sadly this tread sums up the country at present, bitterly divided. FTSE forecast down 50 at the open from IG.
tim 3
09/12/2018
21:46
Corbyn now 4.1 fav to be next PM, banks, utilities, telecom would be hit hardest I reckon.
montyhedge
09/12/2018
18:00
waspfactory, that many companies chose to go down the just in time (JIT) route was a decision relevent for the 1990's and the immediate consequence was to free up working capital. The downside, is, of course, lack of stock at hand. The politicans that brought the UK into the EEC in 1973 won that decision with a slender margin. It was put to the electorate in 1975. Our membership was based on an ecomonic oommunity. Maastricht and later, in 2007, the Treaty of Lisbon, provided Europe (and for that read MAINLAND Europe) further integration of political, legal and, doubtless in time, taxation for all persons in a UNION. That was NOT the Europe that the UK voted to join. No-one under the age of 60 has had a vote on whether the UK wishes to divest sovereignity and our laws to political mandarins that are appointed rather than elected. The average bloke on the street is simply after a quiet life where they can afford to feed, clothe and house their family as a minimum. The minimum wage, does not facilitate the dignity of afforable housing (something that was ruined by Thatcher in not permitting the cash released from the sale of worn out council property to be invested in community property). Last year was the first year that I sponsored a homeless shelter for December 2017. This was supplimented with the donation of a pallet of soup in February instead of going on a skiing holiday. We really should not be in this situation as one of the richest countries in the world. I too voted to leave. Of course, I understand the advantages of staying but I fear more disadvantage. That the PM has the best deal is indicative ONLY that Europe is playing the hard game to prevent a massive breakup of their dream of imposed rule over a geographic region.
erogenous jones
09/12/2018
17:26
CLASSIFIED AD CARPENTERS URGENTLY REQUIRED Cabinet falling apart. Apply in person 10 Downing Street, no tools required the building is already full of them.
jenniferzz
09/12/2018
12:03
So many people seem to cite an economic argument for staying or leaving the EU. But this is actually a fallacy. Go to any town and count the homeless if you want confirmation that staying or leaving is not the problem. Or go to Paris for a weekend! Or try and imagine you are 21 and want to buy a house or are living on the state pension with current rent prices. We need to stop this incessant fear mongering regarding money or we will become like a certain president who will go to bed with a murderer if it is good for the economy. As far as the EU is concerned, do we want to remain a separate country or become a member of a large state which will probably grow even larger in the future. We need to think about the well-being of each other a lot more and not just what we can get out of each other.
trulyscrumptious
09/12/2018
11:51
Well according to Hammond there will be gridlock in Kent for 6 months as the ports seize up... Funnily enough the guy who runs the ports said tat was complete rubbish and it would be a few weeks ... The politicians on the remain side always put forward the worst possible scenario out of their models, and these models use the worst possible set of assumptions as their inputs. Look at Carney wrong all the way so far, his current prediction 30 % fall in house prices among other doom scenario's If we have another Vote, i know more people who voted remain than leave and a significant percentage of them will change to a leave vote, as quite a few of them voted to stay in the Eu believing what Carney Osbourne and Cameron were preaching and disseminating through their nationwide leafleting campaign, all proven to be tosh. We will need to raise interest rates immediately, we will need an emergency budget, GDP will fall, unemployment will rise Etc Etc I have no idea why people with kids think it's better to part of an Organisation which is happy to foster 50% youth unemployment in many parts of the EU, rather be in a country which has one of the best employment records. But thats what happens when you believe the propaganda And now its the big boogyman...don't vote for me says May and you will get Corbyn....well IMO so what ..he can't do worse than her..the big boogyman will come and get you ...please vote for me or he will come and steal all your money!! Why don't they put forward some of the benefits that we will have in the long term by staying in...they don't because they cant..its all fear
hernando2
09/12/2018
09:51
wllmherk, you obviously don't work in industry where we operate lean manufacturing that relies totally on a frictionless border with Europe. A "hard Brexit" would see the collapse of our automotive industry. Get real.
waspfactory
09/12/2018
09:39
Lets hope you never do.
ch1rp
09/12/2018
09:31
The vote was to stay or leave, nothing else. If people didn't realise what that meant they shouldn't have voted.
gaffer73
09/12/2018
08:42
I voted to leave and I knew it might involve some economic pain. My view hasn't changed, I want a hard Brexit and we can rebuild from there. If Politicians deny the wishes of the majority who voted democracy dies, I for one would never vote again. Interesting how Sturgeon now wants a so called 'peoples vote', can't help but wonder her reaction if the SNP had narrowly won the 2014 independence referendum and Westminister had suggested another vote, they would on the streets with their pitchforks and burning torches. Typical of the left, politics of envy and opportunism. No Santa rally this year by the looks of things and I fear VOD will be dragged down along with everything else. Shaping up to be my worst year on the markets since 2008/9. wllm
wllmherk
09/12/2018
08:26
The reason for all the hullabaloo is that no one had any idea of what Brexit was when they voted. Now that they are half aware of the effects it will have to everyone in the country ( bar BJ and co who stand to gain immensely) they are ready to accept that its best for all if we remain. Where have you been?
ch1rp
08/12/2018
22:06
Best of 5 would be good!!...sweat it out...
diku
08/12/2018
21:15
It ain't over till the fat lady sings. There will be a second vote. Now we know more about it. That will be final. Brexiteers with the aid of a good propaganda campaign fluke a win in the first vote. Brexiteers definition of democracy is respecting the vote they like the result of. It was not final, get used to that fact. Everything can be reversed or cancelled by a new vote, ad infinitum. It would be worth it just to shut them up about the 17.4m. It will be a lot less next time.
careful
08/12/2018
21:04
The goal posts for democracy keeps on widening hence the mess and division...
diku
08/12/2018
16:47
Short term pain for long term gain. Leave with no deal is the only option. If MPs overrule the vote the whole notion of democracy falls apart.
gaffer73
08/12/2018
15:48
Labour will probably never get a better chance to get in. The tory's are ripping themselves apart a bit like Labour did when Foot and his friends did to †he Labour party in early 80's. Bottom line whatever your views on Brexit the deal she has got looks highly likely to put us in a weaker position than we are now do we really have to settle for that?
tim 3
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