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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
  0.32 0.3% 107.66 108.46 108.50 109.70 106.66 107.14 144,652,732 16:35:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 39,964.5 706.4 -2.8 - 28,879

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30/1/2019
09:52
At the end of the day if they cut the dividend it is bad news. It means they don’t think their earnings (or cash flow) going forward can support debt, capex and dividends. So it undoubtedly sends a bad signal as it intimates what the Board thinks going forward. So no getting away a divi cut will go down badly as it communicates what is to come
andycapp1
30/1/2019
09:24
Well, yes, I suppose I am.... but as the shares bought yonks ago had a yield that (and I am plucking a number from the air) was say 1% it cannot be correct that that is the yield that is forever static. It might now represent the current yield, or, more likely, something very much higher. Anyway, VOD has a fabulous and unbroken record of dividend payments that have steadily grown. The yield is now in line with utility companies but brokers reckon that the share price should be higher. And who can complain of some capital growth when investing? Not me!
erogenous jones
30/1/2019
08:56
I think that’s it on the downside now and expect a short term wee bounce in the next 7 days. So position reversed now long with you chaps, abliet small position. I see that idiot Portside posting with an entry 40p lower than he reported a few months ago.
mastey
30/1/2019
08:54
Guy just said on CNBC if Vod they cut dividend by 20% then still a great yield. Directors said dividend safe, no one believes them it seems.
montyhedge
30/1/2019
08:52
Should be up when dividend paid. A lot of dividend reinvestment plans back into Vod shares for investors.
montyhedge
30/1/2019
08:50
pension companies will Re-invest the divis
sundial1
30/1/2019
08:45
DIKU looking to buy would like 130p will I get it 100.000
portside1
30/1/2019
08:43
Plenty of shares on dividend reinvestment at this price. Stay low for a few more days!
tygarreg
30/1/2019
08:41
Divi paid Friday. Just watch the buys securing right to the next dividend at this bargain price on Monday plus buy back.
revor
30/1/2019
08:38
should pick up dividend day on buy back.
sundial1
30/1/2019
08:35
Bears in total control.
montyhedge
30/1/2019
08:24
there's no end in sight to this rout
orinocor
30/1/2019
08:24
when is dividend paid tomorrow or Friday
sundial1
30/1/2019
08:19
Where is this buzz indicator?...
diku
30/1/2019
06:51
Hi EJ, Not sure I'm following you. Is what you are saying - you are buying at higher prices than your original investment, albeit made a good while ago, and thus 'averaging-up' but taking a very attractive current yield. Is my understanding correct? Regards, Maddox
maddox
29/1/2019
20:59
Not buys those
watfordhornet
29/1/2019
20:42
Nearly 70m in buys after hours what's all that about anyone
pally12
29/1/2019
20:42
One could write paragraphs on VOD and still be non the wiser in terms of share price/company performance...you only got to look at the broker buy recommendations from 220p to all the way down...... in that case one liners are much better..,
diku
29/1/2019
20:24
Just checked out your posts Sundial - all one line drivel - you're filtered.
maddox
29/1/2019
19:48
Maddox..... so the shares that I bought some 30 years ago should be the basis for calculating the yield? Well, wasn't I the clever clogs? At the time the company was considered to be a growth stock (and it was), yet the shares were priced to reflect the forward earnings. And at the time the PE could have been 8 or 20, I don't recall, and TBH it is unimportant. The company paid a dividend under Ernie Harrison and has continued to pay a dividend to shareholders in the years following. I was very worried POST the spike caused by the dot com bubble. I had thought that that represented the GROWTH that I had expected the shares to enjoy.... and once there settle down perhaps at 50% of the peak. The share price has now returned to the same LONG term trend that was evident in all the time leading up to the bubble and now is a UTILITY company and priced to reward shareholders as a UTILITY company. That I am able at the moment (just) to be able to average up on my holding is more a reflection that my investing outlook is for stability for the next 30 years, those 30 years being my expected remaining lifespan once I retire. Right now, I am not too sure whether the board has a strategy for consistent profit generation and will need to trim its cost base. Yes, I can see the importance of partnershops, but only as a consolidation process.
erogenous jones
29/1/2019
19:36
Hi, There is little doubt in my mind that uncertainty over Brexit is playing its part in the current weak share price. Vodafone has clearly stated that access to the single market is vital to its future interests. It does so much business in the EU it seems likely VOD will in due course decide to move its HQ out of the UK to an EU country. I hold VOD but am now expecting a long wait for any share recovery. Given so much uncertainty here I will invest VOD dividends elsewhere. Goldpig
goldpiguk
29/1/2019
19:15
what your bottom level prediction, Maddox
sundial1
29/1/2019
18:58
You feeling it in your waters Sundial?
maddox
29/1/2019
18:41
I said in other forums folk, Invested in this company when it was 240p.I said it was going to 140p they said no.....I seen it following down ,I bought in 136p.Thinking of A dead cat bounce.Now i get the vibes, If not pick up in a week.Be heading to, 120p ish
sundial1
29/1/2019
18:33
The lower it goes...any move up will be smaller and very frustrating...just look at the move from 240p to 135p in 12 months...the down move is so much faster then the up move...can it make the same move up in 12 months...I very much doubt it...probably minimum 5 years or longer...
diku
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