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
  -1.46p -0.90% 159.96p 159.94p 159.98p 160.76p 159.18p 159.88p 29,393,668 10:52:30
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 37,636.6 -2,252.2 -25.0 - 42,733

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08/8/2019
16:55
Zero chance of going bust so zero risk.
encarter
08/8/2019
16:54
Long term buy for me, ironically for divi income, But not working out too bad as it happens.
1carus
08/8/2019
16:53
1.37 but I am relatively new here, but did put my full isa allowance on them this year... and it was before the divi cut.
1carus
08/8/2019
16:50
Yes i know it. But do others? Seems to be a lot of claims of higher prices with no risk attached to said.. Just wondering what the risks are..
sentimentrules
08/8/2019
16:37
My average 190p but some nice fat divis to sweeten the pain while I've been waiting (and to come). Looking forward with much improved confidence now. Onwards and upwards!
woodhawk
08/8/2019
16:31
157p for me but picked up dividends along the way. This tanker does seem to be turning. Once Brexit out of the way and the trade stuff I think these will rise quickly. Novembers figures might be the catalyst. wllm
wllmherk
08/8/2019
16:24
There's always a risk Sentiment and you know it, whatever you are investing in and I don't just mean shares.
toon1966
08/8/2019
16:10
Any risk? Or 100% sure, 200p?
sentimentrules
08/8/2019
15:58
I agree. Last chance to get in to one of the world's top companies in the 150's. 200p by Xmas imho.
encarter
08/8/2019
15:23
Take a picture guys. LAST time you'll be seeing Vodafone at 150 once the BT winds are in full blow
sentimentrules
08/8/2019
15:15
That's a big haha recurring. Definetely not a SMALLGOB
sentimentrules
08/8/2019
15:14
SMALLBALLS hahahahahhahaahaha
antfitzgerald
08/8/2019
15:07
The ironic part of all these posts is that they are a carbon copy of all that was said to me at 193p and down. Same words.. New smurfs...the latest dead cat bounce batch
sentimentrules
08/8/2019
14:57
Most of you remind me of TELETUBBIES. Bought Vod 250p and became SMURFS LOL
sentimentrules
08/8/2019
14:45
You remind me of the BB poster called BIGBALLS?He shorted Sky and become SMALLBALLSLOL
hades1
08/8/2019
14:37
@muscletrade.. . It's you posting regurgitation. Not me. Brokers ffs. Might as well post the beano
sentimentrules
08/8/2019
14:37
@sentiment...get a life
muscletrade
08/8/2019
14:30
They were paid financial advisors for the deal.. .No bias there then.. Wonder did any of that fee include a positive restarting of coverage again... Wonder why they stopped before the fee
sentimentrules
08/8/2019
14:25
Muscletrade..can you forecast what the city thinks? The guys that actually move markets...tell me that one
sentimentrules
08/8/2019
14:19
copyright FT. Thanks to FT today Morgan Stanley restarted coverage of Vodafone with an “overweight221; rating and 210p share price target. The broker had been a financial adviser on Vodafone’s €18bn purchase of assets from Liberty Global, completed last month. Vodafone has slipped 31 per cent since the start of January 2018 due to softening revenue growth, more competition in Italy, high spectrum prices, continued difficulties in India and a recent dividend cut, said Morgan Stanley. But while service revenue growth has been under pressure, operating cost-cutting has underpinned organic earnings growth, it said. Top-line growth now has the potential to bounce as South Africa rebounds and Italy and Spain get “less bad”, it said. “We believe this trend bodes particularly well for the share price,” said Morgan Stanley. It said the stock tends to rally when revenue improves, such as early in 2010 and 2013, and reverses on signs of deterioration, such as recently. Morgan Stanley also argued that Vodafone had “a clear and under-appreciated path to deleveraging” its €51bn of net debt following the Liberty Global deal. The dividend cut, the sale of its New Zealand business and monetisation of its Italian towers business should deliver €3.4bn in cash, and the company’s wider plans for a towers spin-off could be worth €16bn to €21bn, or 55p to 75p a share, it said.
muscletrade
08/8/2019
14:16
That wont aid vod. Despite switch to euro. Maybe other shares. Other sectors Yes no assurances. Manage the risk side 95% of the time lol
sentimentrules
08/8/2019
14:12
Only sure short at the moment is Sterling
hades1
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