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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
  -1.72 -1.33% 127.22 126.96 127.02 129.20 126.10 128.00 75,247,141 16:35:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 39,964.5 706.4 -2.8 - 34,136

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24/1/2019
17:05
It's alright saying a 50% dividend cut would still leave a 5% yield but only if all your buys were at this price. Most of us are in from much higher so the actual yield we'll receive will be much lower. Hopefully they won't cut and the share price will recover so fingers crossed.
warranty
24/1/2019
16:58
I don't think tomorrows trading update has been leaked, if that would have happened surely that would be seen as insider trading?
hewhodareswins1
24/1/2019
16:51
In Vodafone we believe, fully loaded!
joshuam
24/1/2019
16:51
There are no short positions declared.
gaffer73
24/1/2019
16:47
Even if cut in half, yield still above the FTSE 100 median. But going by the trades, something must of leaked.
montyhedge
24/1/2019
16:37
Price kicked around by computers...cutting the divi could well be a blessing...at least the debt can be addressed if business climate is slack and with Brexit still an unknown factor....divi can always be increased in the future or a special divi...don't rule out a buy back...but I don't fancy that...
diku
24/1/2019
16:34
Is the chart indicative of a triple bottom?
erogenous jones
24/1/2019
16:27
We shall see monty. As a long term income investor, I only care about the divvy. Even if it gets cut in half it's still ~5% yield with limited downside on the share price
markth
24/1/2019
16:12
I actually sold after the H1 result rally, just surprised at the scale of the loss. Vod nicely avoided the issue with cash flows and dividend promises.
stewart64
24/1/2019
16:08
Just bought another slab at 1.442. Am looking for a big bounce tomorrow.
markth
24/1/2019
16:03
Yes, looks like it, I suppose one thing mobile phones are probable the last thing to be given up by consumers. Every bear seems to be shorting.
montyhedge
24/1/2019
16:02
Remember, remember, the 12th of November.. All was doom and gloom, the world was ending, the dividend was finished. Next day after the announcement shares soar by 9%, then by 17% a few weeks later. Now the cycle repeats, panic is in the air, the emotional roller coaster is in full swing.. who will have the stomach for it? Who will run for the hills?
gabsterx
24/1/2019
16:00
Gentleman the SA results prove again what I have been saying. The only glimmer of hope longs have tomorrow is cost cutting way above expections . Price war, new entrants etc, it’s an awful operating environment. 120 could be hit if costs simply not dramatically cut.
mastey
24/1/2019
15:56
The No.1 Trader Montyhedge said on 22/1/2019 09:56 "Yes one bit of positive news and confirmation dividend paid in full I see 185p, no problem my opinion."
toon1966
24/1/2019
15:46
Fear not the 7.8 billion loss for H1 2018 was spun into a great success and the shares rallied. Vod will talk a great game tomorrow.
stewart64
24/1/2019
15:32
Wonder if something as leaked before tomorrow. Shareprice talks and this saying something let’s hope the bears are wrong. Bears getting stuck in.
montyhedge
24/1/2019
15:29
Shareprice telling something us not right.
montyhedge
24/1/2019
15:25
Probably the wrong decision, but I've decided to wait. Best of luck to those holding for tomorrow.
essentialinvestor
24/1/2019
15:20
NY Boy..... 142.6p was the November low, if that breaks, could get nasty... ........I think it already is !
redips2
24/1/2019
14:04
'you da man' Diku (as always)...
toon1966
24/1/2019
14:04
Just topped up with a few more. Cap £39bn today. In the good old days VOD were valued at £220bn. Who would have guessed that about 20 years ago at £220bn todays cap would £39bn? That wily old fox Warren Buffett advises us to buy and hold for life, although he seems to trade often. I doubt that advice in this rapidly changing World.
careful
24/1/2019
13:57
Here here...god gave you predictable powers...use it wisely...
diku
24/1/2019
13:55
God you're so predictable Diku, are you Monty's doppelganger?
toon1966
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