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
  -6.70 -4.75% 134.36 133.68 133.76 137.66 132.06 137.58 156,685,696 16:35:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 37,636.6 -2,252.2 -25.0 - 35,969

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24/1/2019
08:23
Results have been leaked.
abdullla
24/1/2019
08:23
looks like Vod statement tomorrow already leaked to some in the market given the price action this am
dov
24/1/2019
08:19
VOD is now my worst investment choice of the last five years!
gbh2
24/1/2019
08:18
As the outcome of leaving the costly EU dictatorship will remain unknown until we actually get out from under their Boot, how the hell can anyone list the consequences without prefixing them with the word Possible!
gbh2
24/1/2019
00:07
learn from the Irish THEY HAD THREE REFERENDA where the government got the wrong answer They changed the wording of the question and held a second vote on each and got the right answer when people realised they had been misled, It all worked out well in the and no civil revolution Have another referendum with the consequences of a yes or no clearly set out Then the result, whichever it may be, will be truly democratic
willjam
23/1/2019
19:15
pete160 the increase in the US ADR will be in part due to the increase in the pound/dollar rate. The pound is up to 1.306. I'm afraid it won't translate to a 2% increase in the UK price. But hopefully on Friday the price will rise after the statement.
car1pet
23/1/2019
17:59
175p after the figures.
montyhedge
23/1/2019
11:36
I think the news over the two days has been favourable. Interesting that it is being pumped out this side of an update though and that it's all good.
markth
23/1/2019
10:52
No real surprises here has to be done the infrastructure costs are massive and these sharing agreements are a must.The real problem here now is that Liberty deal at first I thought it was a good idea now I’m not so sure.Malone is no fool and what he is selling to Vodafone is essentially a thorn in his side that stiff competition and highly regulated markets have stopped him achieving his goals with huge costs to be undertaken and Europe looking more and more like a basket case he may well have pulled off a successful exit.Vodafone are not exactly renowned for their foresight when doing such deals.
123trev
23/1/2019
10:35
Stick to posting on Debenhams anonymus.
toon1966
23/1/2019
10:32
At these historic lows VOD is in danger of a takeover.Big funds will be looking in.
anony mous
23/1/2019
10:22
Hi car1pet, The credible plan for the business already exists - it was detailed last September in an extended H1 2018/19 webcast. For example, this current move was clearly signaled. Nick Read spent the summer, as preparation for taking over as CEO, reviewing the business and strategic priorities. in a nut shell, its modest top-line growth (in recognition of competitive markets) but absolute operating-cost reduction year on year to generate eps growth. hxxps://www.vodafone.com/content/index/investors/investor_information/financial_results.html There are a few elements to this such as sweating their assets e.g. 'higher utilisation of their towers'. But there are other more interesting aspects such as what we've now seen with the IBM deal.
maddox
23/1/2019
09:36
The joint venture with Telefonica has given the price a small lift this morning. Hopefully positive statement on Friday will move it up further. With a 9% yield at the moment there is scope for the price to rise. If the divi is held, a very good investment yield today for fund managers is around 5-6% so even if the divi is 10p a 5% yield would mean a share price of 200p so 170p in the short term seems realistic. Clearly if the divi is slashed to 7.5p then todays price is about right. As someone else said its important Friday's statement needs to not only hold the divi but perhaps more importantly show there is a credible plan for the business to grow going forward.
car1pet
23/1/2019
09:30
Vodafone and O2 signal potential sale of mast joint venture Nic Fildes in London AN HOUR AGO Print this page0 Vodafone and O2 have signalled that they could sell CTIL, the joint venture company that controls the phone masts owned by the two companies.  The two groups said on Wednesday they had agreed to expand the joint venture, which was originally formed in 2012, to build a 5G network in the UK. As part of the agreement, Vodafone and O2 said they would open up CTIL, which is a 50:50 joint venture, to new tenants for the towers and would open the door to “potential monetisation” of the asset.  A Vodafone spokesman said the company would “consider all options that could create long-term value without compromising out strategic competitiveness̶1;. Nick Read, who took over as Vodafone chief executive last year, has said that the company would consider the sale of its directly owned European masts, valued at €12bn, to reduce debt. CTIL, originally called Cornerstone, was not included in that plan due to its joint ownership with O2. Telefónica, O2’s Spanish owner, has also been cutting costs to reduce its debt burden after a plan to sell its British mobile network to Three was blocked by regulators in 2016. That has included the sale of a stake in its Telxius masts and cables division. It confirmed this week that it is in talks to sell its central American business. CTIL was established to reduce costs for the two companies by network sharing around the UK, but the agreement hit a stumbling block in London due to O2’s pace of build. The two companies split the capital out of CTIL and built their own networks, a move that will be replicated in other big urban centres as part of the new 5G agreement comprising around 2,500 sites, or 15 per cent of the towers outside London. Recommended Lex Vodafone: towers of power Rivals Three and EE formed a separate partnership, MBNL, for the same purpose. The formation of the two joint ventures reduced the imperative for the UK networks to sell their masts, a trend that has taken place in many other markets. The network sharing joint ventures complicated consolidation attempts when Three tried to buy O2. The sale would have meant Three had stakes in both Vodafone and EE’s network.  EE and Three have already unveiled plans to launch 5G networks but the commercial trials have been complicated by the UK government’s audit of the country’s telecoms equipment and the global backlash against Chinese supplier Huawei, which is central to the roll out plans of most British networks.  Mark Evans, head of Telefónica UK, said: “I’m excited by the potential of these plans to meet the future needs of our customers while delivering value for our business.”
orinocor
23/1/2019
08:17
Vodafone Group PLC (VOD.LN) and Telefonica SA (TEF.MC) have agreed to strengthen their existing network-sharing partnership in the U.K. to include 5G, the companies said Wednesday. The telecommunications companies said this will allow them to deploy 5G faster, over a larger geographic area and at a lower cost. Vodafone and Telefonica's O2 U.K. business will seek to deploy their own separate radio equipment on around 2,500 sites in larger cities to achieve greater network flexibility to meet customers' needs, the companies said. Both parties plan to upgrade their networks with higher-capacity optical-fiber cables and are exploring options around their future transmission operating model, the companies said. Vodafone and O2 said they intend to explore a potential monetization of CTIL, the joint venture that owns and manages their passive tower infrastructure, after the new arrangements have been concluded. The companies have signed a non-binding heads of terms, which remains subject to an agreement on the detailed terms and regulatory approvals, which they expect to conclude during 2019. Write to Adria Calatayud at adria.calatayudvaello@dowjones.com (END) Dow Jones Newswires January 23, 2019 02:47 ET (07:47 GMT)
florenceorbis
23/1/2019
08:16
Vodafone Group PLC (VOD.LN) and Telefonica SA (TEF.MC) have agreed to strengthen their existing network-sharing partnership in the U.K. to include 5G, the companies said Wednesday. The telecommunications companies said this will allow them to deploy 5G faster, over a larger geographic area and at a lower cost. Vodafone and Telefonica's O2 U.K. business will seek to deploy their own separate radio equipment on around 2,500 sites in larger cities to achieve greater network flexibility to meet customers' needs, the companies said. Both parties plan to upgrade their networks with higher-capacity optical-fiber cables and are exploring options around their future transmission operating model, the companies said. Vodafone and O2 said they intend to explore a potential monetization of CTIL, the joint venture that owns and manages their passive tower infrastructure, after the new arrangements have been concluded. The companies have signed a non-binding heads of terms, which remains subject to an agreement on the detailed terms and regulatory approvals, which they expect to conclude during 2019. Write to Adria Calatayud at adria.calatayudvaello@dowjones.com (END) Dow Jones Newswires January 23, 2019 02:47 ET (07:47 GMT)
florenceorbis
23/1/2019
07:38
This is coming back into my buying zone after the failure of the inverted H&S at 170p, let’s see may need a re test of the lows, markets mixed but a dec3nt bounce once brexit gets resolved, whenever that is! I am keeping a close watch on these.
ny boy
23/1/2019
07:25
this mornings news is significant
orinocor
22/1/2019
16:55
Hi car1pet, Yes, I can see your point. Reading between the lines I would guess that the $550m over eight years will be for supporting Vodafone's existing clients - until their contracts end. The joint IT Team and Sales support appears to be aimed at developing, running and taking-on customers onto new services that combine artificial intelligence, 5G and Internet of Things technologies. Looks to be much more depth that just sale and cross-sell opportunity. Good spot Ariane. Regards Maddox
maddox
22/1/2019
11:55
Yes your right never met or heard of a rich chartist, lolThese do look good for a punt on figures, remember last set of figures 144p to 160p virtually in two days.Same again will do.
montyhedge
22/1/2019
10:07
monty...the chart is your friend...I know what you going to say...never met a rich chartist....
diku
22/1/2019
09:56
Yes one bit of positive news and confirmation dividend paid in full I see 185p, no problem my opinion.
montyhedge
22/1/2019
09:43
Just starting to turn, have £1.70 as the next level to reach and break.
blueteam
22/1/2019
09:43
It would be interesting to understand the return VOD will get from the IBM deal.If this report is accurate then VOD pays IBM $70m per year doesn't reduce its IT team costs and has to part fund a sales and technology team in London.
car1pet
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