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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
  2.16 1.85% 118.78 118.52 118.60 119.84 117.52 117.64 70,563,684 16:35:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 39,964.5 706.4 -2.8 - 31,862

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18/1/2019
18:34
At least we're up today and I've got the portfolio back to where it was a year ago :-)
philanderer
18/1/2019
17:59
Shame Vodafone should e 162p, missed the Footsie party.
montyhedge
18/1/2019
10:39
Falling because of European sector weakness caused by Telecom Italia which is down over 8% today.
hades1
18/1/2019
09:57
@mastey re your points. Price wars are localised. The mobile companies don't want to eat each other. 5G gives them a platform to partner with all sorts of third parties and create differentiated offers. Connected cars, but one example. Debt is indeed a worry. Happily the new boss is a bean counter and has made positive noises. I reckon VF are sitting on several billion worth of cell sites which they could sell and lease back. Yes a hit to OpEx but relief from debt payments should cover it. New participants, don't see many on the horizon, consolidation is probably something to be feared more where several smaller operators clump together to get scale or a larger one with scale takes them out. The mobile business is all about scale. The more punters you have, the more you can sweat the infrastructure.
markth
18/1/2019
09:53
https://www.cnbc.com/2019/01/17/ibm-vodafone-launch-5g-ai-venture-in-europe.html IBM and Vodafone will launch a new venture aimed at boosting Europe's 5G, A.I. and cloud capabilities. The announcement comes as Europe lags behind the U.S. and China in many so-called next-generation technologies like 5G. Working out of London, the new business will begin operations in the first half of 2019. Some good news and potential for both companies. Enterprise margins are usually higher than consumer. VOD will also benefit from the recebt Red Hat cloud infrastructure expertise to solidify its business proposition.
gabsterx
18/1/2019
09:52
@Tim 3 if you put the chart on a three month view it looks a bit like H&S the most bearish pattern known to man. Don't think there'll be a divvy cut (see posts passim) but yet it's still falling in a rising market today, WTH??
markth
18/1/2019
09:19
IMHO a turnaround in VOD is very very unlikely in the near / medium term. It’s facing a perfect storm of a price war, spiraling debt costs and constant new participants in a number of its markets. The last director sale says it all.
mastey
18/1/2019
08:42
Bought some VOD a while ago at 192 for the dividend so heavily underwater. It appears they are now being priced for a divi cut and am wondering about top up as a cut could see the share price decline start to reverse and if no cut what's not to like about 9%? Any thoughts? Cheers Richard
richardbroughton
17/1/2019
22:46
Would prefer to see 143p get re tested again with a strong support held...
diku
17/1/2019
16:14
Personally I don't think the chart looks that bad, yet, it could still make a higher low or a double bottom providing 1.42 holds, if it does not then it does look bad and could easily drift further down.imo
tim 3
17/1/2019
13:29
Hence my post of 34483...and market/shares not even had a capitulation...just orderly walked down...
diku
16/1/2019
17:47
Good article on iii hxxps://www.ii.co.uk/analysis-commentary/vodafone-80-share-price-upside-and-9-dividend-yield-ii507525
guru94
16/1/2019
13:49
Normal standard practise...insiders own the company...wider shareholders are just a side kick...give them a bit of divi and they stay in their place... The previous CEO was lauded during his tenure, for what?. He sold the golden goose and arguably misspent the proceeds.
diku
16/1/2019
13:20
Agree that selling VzW was unwise. The US mobile market is phenomenal. ARPU $54 at VzW vs £22 at Voda UK, for example.
markth
16/1/2019
12:58
The previous CEO was lauded during his tenure, for what?. He sold the golden goose and arguably misspent the proceeds. However, we are where we are.
essentialinvestor
16/1/2019
12:34
144p may be the bottom, if it dips there then maybe just maybe... Tempus article in The Times today (below) asserting that a dividend cut will come. ------------------------------------------------------------ In the five years since quitting the American market, Vodafone has struggled to form a coherent whole from its disparate parts. Back then, investors had much to celebrate. Vittorio Colao, now its ex-boss, was poised to hand more than £50 billion to shareholders after selling its 45 per cent stake in America’s largest mobile phone network. According to the Italian, the future was bright; the remainder of the near-£80 billion Verizon Wireless proceeds were used to trim debt and invest in cable broadband. Mr Colao’s successor could be forgiven for ruing such generosity. Nick Read, a former chief financial officer who took the reins in October, must wish that the company had paid off more debt when it had the chance. Right now, he’s battling to balance the interests of his investors and the credit ratings agencies. Vodafone is in the throes of acquiring an €18 billion cable broadband business in Germany and eastern Europe from Liberty Global, the owner of Virgin Media. The deal was one Vodafone could not afford to spurn as Germany is its largest market, but the acquisition will significantly increase its €32 billion debt. In his first outing as chief executive in November, Mr Read promised to slash costs by eradicating inefficiencies, sweating infrastructure assets and “driving greater consistency of commercial execution”. A trading update the week after next will shed some light on all that and on Voda’s troubled Italian and Spanish operations. Of far greater concern to investors will be any clues that Mr Read lets slip on cash returns. Vodafone shareholders prize their dividend above all else, but the total dividend of 15.07 euro cents, which equates to a 9 per cent yield, suggests that they are braced for a sharp cut. Some analysts predict that Mr Read could drop the axe as soon as May, when he delivers full-year results.
markth
15/1/2019
19:31
monty: re post 34475 As seen in previous market upsets, that is absolutely correct when it gets to the panic stage, but so far I don't think we are in a capitulation mode, which suggests other factors may be in play.
shalder
15/1/2019
17:52
Hi diku , lowish volumes across the board today due to this brexit boll*cks vote ;-) Almost clawed it back here towards the close.
philanderer
15/1/2019
15:53
Volume very low even at near multi year lows...does it suggest smart money probably waiting for a deeper down not just here but across the market...
diku
15/1/2019
12:23
Bears getting stuck into this.
montyhedge
15/1/2019
12:04
Afternoon EI , yep I've got a pair of Poundland specs on at the moment :-) JP Morgan Caz reiterates 'overweight' - for all the good that's done this morning
philanderer
15/1/2019
11:57
Lol, my eyesight. Seriously need reading glasses ))
essentialinvestor
15/1/2019
11:52
Would've added a few around here, however don't like the recent chunky director sell.
essentialinvestor
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