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
  -1.74 -1.5% 114.34 113.82 113.96 117.98 111.20 116.64 73,955,440 16:35:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 37,637.9 -2,252.3 -25.0 - 30,610

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10/1/2019
08:54
Interesting comment Monty. So given food is essential to the survival of a human being would you be happy with grocers putting their prices up 50%?
toon1966
10/1/2019
08:34
All we know people would never ever give up their mobile phone. If they said to me 50% increase in price, I would say ok.
montyhedge
10/1/2019
08:23
If a clean cut Brexit had been done & dusted long time ago the issue of the people did not know at the time what they were voting for would not arise...problem is Remains cannot accept defeat hence the constant challenge on the process delaying...will the same process be applied to general elections?...best of 3 or 5?...make a mockery of it...where is Cameron & Co...were they not prepared for either result or just too confident and arrogant that Remain were going to win...if so why bother giving a vote in the first place...aren't they paid to do the thinking?...
diku
10/1/2019
08:19
Guys, please find another forum to discuss Brexit, thanks Maddox
maddox
10/1/2019
07:57
BREXIT - The issue is the people did not know at the time what they were voting for/against - this is now much clearer and as such there must be another referendum
dmf
09/1/2019
20:59
52% of voters want out. 66% MP's want to Remain. Vote was clear. It was for a generation. We expect it to be delivered.
wbecki
09/1/2019
20:51
EJ , looking likely I agree. 50% of voters want out and 50% of MP's want remain. Mess.
philanderer
09/1/2019
19:51
On the forecast share price of 125p Vodafone will be yielding c.11% if the dividend payment is maintained at the current level. So without the benefit of seeing the detail of the RBC and Macquarie reports, it's clear both are predicting a substantial cut to the dividend. As the new CEO has stated that the dividend will be maintained at the current level - one has to wonder how bad circumstances would need to be to force a change of policy? It's not a decision that a new CEO is going to take lightly.
maddox
09/1/2019
18:21
philanderer.... my money is on Article 50 being pulled. Politicians are united in being split. There is consensus that MP's want a deal and will not permit a no-deal exit. The "deal" struck by Mrs May is unacceptable to Ireland, the opposition, those who voted to leave and quite a lot of both the Cabinet and her own party. For an extension to be negotiated, it will need approval from the remainin 27 countries. And although that is not an impossible task, the deal that has been negotiated will not be changed by the European side. Frankly, why should they re-negotiate? They have the opportunity for a confirmed £39bn in addition to the commitments to which the UK has already subscribed. Europe has traded no concessions whatever. And until the UK actually leaves the UK cannot write our own laws, have no say in the laws that are made by Brussels and even at the end of December 2020 it can be extended for an indefinite time.
erogenous jones
09/1/2019
18:07
damn that head and shoulders supersoft is a much better product
billionairepaddy
09/1/2019
17:08
I hope that's not a head and shoulders formation developing on the 3 month chart
supermarky
09/1/2019
16:47
Broker sent it, but been playing golf, in this cold weather must be mad. Nice after RBC report.
montyhedge
09/1/2019
16:46
"Vodafone & AT&T – 2 telecom giants to get you through the next recession" Summary AT&T and Vodafone have heavily underperformed the major averages. The stocks are now at levels where they are likely to outperform major averages. We dissect the risks and rewards for owning both. Telecom is a consumer staples sector of sorts. It takes a lot of economic malaise to make an individual give up their phones or even switch to a lower priced plan. In most cases, contracts run many years and these are likely to exceed the length of the next recession. Hence, telecom stocks enjoy recession resistant revenues.  The two terrific telecoms have almost never been this cheap. The large yields are great for income portfolios and our option suggestions should help investors enhance these even further (as long as they are ready to give up potential upside) hTTps://seekingalpha.com/article/4232068-vodafone-and-t-2-telecom-giants-get-next-recession Came out early yesterday so surprised Monty only just got it!!!!
wbecki
09/1/2019
16:43
Just had email Seeking Alpha, glowing report for two telecom giants, Vodafone and AT&T. Can't post, but you may get it on Google. Telecom is a consumer staples sector of sorts. It takes a lot of economic malaise to make an individual give up their phones, or even switch to lower priced plan. Its goes on from there, good report. Try and google boys.
montyhedge
09/1/2019
15:56
RBC and Macquarie hammering Vodafone.
montyhedge
09/1/2019
15:56
Is the Apple news have a knock on effect on telecos?...
diku
09/1/2019
15:48
This is way over done. Manipulation of the price. Imho
veryniceperson
09/1/2019
13:35
Midday market report.. "..In broker note action, Vodafone was hit by a note from Macquarie, which said the company's structural challenges remain significant." "We continue to believe Vodafone is structurally challenged in its battles with incumbents due to its lack of scale and significant capex burden," it said of the underperform-rated stock. "We think Vodafone needs to partner more with its networks in Germany, UK and Italy in order to reduce its current capital employed and future burden." HTTPS://uk.webfg.com/news/risers-and-fallers/ftse-100-movers-housebuilders-rally-but-vodafone-hit-by-broker-note--3680592.html
philanderer
09/1/2019
12:18
Nice one EJ :-) I'm going very well so far this year +6.7% .. way to go to make up for 2018 which was -9.5% Good chance Article 50 will be delayed ?
philanderer
09/1/2019
11:49
Today Macquarie has re-iterated its position of 125p which it stated in November 2018. Looks as if the re-iteration is timed to support RBC - both with exactly the same target seems suspicious. It would be helpful if Vod could issue a statement to re-assure the institutions.Most pension funds have Vod in their portfolios so if they start selling it could be self fulfilling to hit 125p. I'm thinking about selling up
car1pet
09/1/2019
09:25
Well done philanderer - 8 of my holdings are down this year - three are up over 15%. Overall I am up 4.47% YTD. My hunch is that the mood in the City is that Brexit will be pulled.
erogenous jones
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