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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
  -1.34 -1.17% 113.00 113.08 113.24 117.68 111.64 116.00 113,104,641 16:35:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 37,637.9 -2,252.3 -25.0 - 30,251

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30/12/2018
13:14
Andy, interesting to hear from someone running a decent sized business. While I have a huge amount of respect for Tim Martin in business terms, a pub business faces far fewer challenges than say a manufacturing company. Same with James Dyson, he does not manufacture in the UK. The divisiveness of another referendum would be appalling, Corbyn loathes the EU, so I think ultimately Labour backs May, following some changes to her deal. That might be after an A50 extension. It's that, a general election, or another referendum. No deal very unlikely imv. The TUC already applying huge pressure on Labour to ensure a no deal does not happen.
essentialinvestor
30/12/2018
12:50
Personally, I believe Mrs May has been dealt the worst hand ANY Prime Minister has ever had. Whatever deal she managed to negotiate it was going to be unpopular: The hard right want to leave whatever the cost to the country, the Remainers want the softest 'leave', then the Labour party will vote against or merely not make any decisions so that the Conservatives will bear the brunt of the post Bexit electorate, then the other prospective Conservative 'leaders' will moan and groan against whatever is negotiated to placate their supporters. I believe that we are better off with a new vote: we had no idea prior or during the last Referendum as to the quantifiable risks to our borders, the Northen Irish border, the risks to trade, imports of food stuffs and medicines, the delays to exports etc All we had were numbers plucked out of the air by Johnson and co which are now to be seen as derisible nonsense.
bothdavis
30/12/2018
12:31
I think many of those like myself unsure of the best way to go have been swayed by the blatant arrogance of the EU during these negotiations it makes me more inclined to say right stuff you we will take the chance and leave altogether with no deal.May was never the right person to negotiate needed someone far stronger not afraid to call their bluff.
tim 3
30/12/2018
12:15
May's negotiation stance from the off was all wrong...We should have left on WTO terms from the off, then we could and should have negotiated trade deals from outside the gangsters club, but May was and is a remainer and she was talking to the gangsters as if we were friends and that the gangsters would reciprocate Mays feelings of friendship...but anyone who has studied the gangsters will know friendship does not come into the equation with the eu ideology, and their plans for a federlist europe.. And you might claim that the eu does not have an effect or cost you much money, is false..because there is, whether in monetary terms or freedom and democracy... IT'S SOVEREIGNTY !!!!!
grannyboy
30/12/2018
10:56
"Looks increasingly like a delay to A50 on the cards" Expect gilet jaunes to get protesting in force if that is the case "Cross-party parliamentary groups have been in talks for weeks to prevent a no deal" No Deal or WTO deal is the default option thanks to Gina Miller. "Opens the door futher for another referendum, however still see that as unlikely" Another referendum, or May's "Remain with no say" deal gets accepted and it's gilet jaunes and civil war. All because bad losers couldnt accept not getting their way for the first time in 43 years. Democracy is toast. You deserve what you will reap in its stead.
wbecki
30/12/2018
09:54
Looks increasingly like a delay to A50 on the cards. Cross-party parliamentary groups have been in talks for weeks to prevent a no deal. Opens the door futher for another referendum, however still see that as unlikely. The TUC will ensure Labour ultimately support a version of May's deal, it will be an even softer Brexit. That's where we look to be heading. Would expect domestic cyclicals to begin to outperform as that realisation becomes clearer. Messy few weeks in the meantime before we reach that point.
essentialinvestor
30/12/2018
09:44
Several million people were fed up with uncontrolled immigration instigated by Tony Blair to further his career and the total loss of control of the UK to the EU. If people could not see the problems it was causing then....
gaffer73
30/12/2018
08:30
Another chunky director share sale, at this level.
essentialinvestor
29/12/2018
20:13
Exactly, so let's all respect the result and leave.
gaffer73
29/12/2018
19:43
Who actually bills you for your airtime I doubt it was Vodafone direct but one of their SPs (Service Providers) ?
martin44
29/12/2018
17:21
Cameron gave voters a clean cut IN/OUT vote regardless of what was said or not in the campaign...
diku
29/12/2018
17:16
Best of 5 would be good!!...make a right mockery...Juncker & Co would be laughing their head off...
diku
29/12/2018
16:58
Rubbish..we havn't even carried the first one out.. never mind having another 'LOSERS' referendum...And I can assure you, if there is another referendum and it happens to be in remains favour by a small number(which it wouldn't be because LEAVE would be victorious AGAIN), but if it were, then LEAVE would DEMAND another referendum...ad infinitum...Let's keep having referendums until the remainers get the 'right' result..eh!!
grannyboy
29/12/2018
16:25
A referendum is a democratic process. There is no rule saying there can’t be more than one. Folks change their views as elections show.
volsung
29/12/2018
16:23
andyclaptrap "We are legally obliged to pay the £39bn" NO WE ARE NOT...And even the HoL stated that we wasn't...I will except that there are commitments up until 2020, but certainly no where near the figure that May negotiated(lofl), also of course the gangsters can keep us locked into their club to their hearts content, and carry on receiving billions every year...there is also the assets that the UK have invested in..ie: the Eurobank and the buildings..when are we going to get restitution from them?!!!!
grannyboy
29/12/2018
14:54
A second referendum will destroy the entire notion of democracy and will make every future vote a complete waste of time. It is imperative that the vote is upheld, that is why a second referendum is being opposed to so strongly.
gaffer73
29/12/2018
12:55
I am no fan of Gordon Brown. But he must be praised for keeping us out of the Euro. This was against Blair and Mandelson's wishes. He also made the B.O.E. independent. In the long run these will prove to be the best financial decisions for decades. Well done Brown, all is forgiven.
careful
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