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
  1.08 0.72% 151.12 151.12 151.20 151.14 149.76 150.24 30,566,060 16:29:59
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 37,636.6 -2,252.2 -25.0 - 40,372

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08/12/2019
00:16
I could take pprtside1 a bit more seriously if he could write a bit more betterer.
del88boy
06/12/2019
16:10
Read is a dead ceo he is silent because he is waiting to see is reward for is failure knowing is friends in remuneration will give him a good bonus , for him to reward them
portside1
06/12/2019
16:07
We need to see 135p to buy
portside1
06/12/2019
13:48
I was a Virgin Media customer (via Ntlworld and Cabletel) for 20 years. Service for the last 10/11 months has been awful so I gave them notice. This morning my Vodafone engineer turned up on time, did a great job and I was back on the internet in less than 45 minutes. Vodafone’s comparable service is less than half the cost that I was being charged for by Virgin Media. Well done Vodafone - proud to be a shareholder!
the juggler
06/12/2019
09:11
To all holders here, I think it's going to be 2020 where this comes good with the TowerCo. India is a big overhang , agreed, but won't be the real catalyst to push this.Today markets are spooked because of trade wars, and there are better safer bets out there than Vod. Hopefully money will come back to this next year with TowerCo + when the global political scene is a bit more stable too (wishful!) ATB
pratt2
06/12/2019
09:04
India's choice lose 13,500 high tech jobs plus ancillary jobs a business that contributes large tax payment to india go back to the 1970s when foreign investments were afraid to invest in india or let companies make a return on their investments
josh 32
06/12/2019
08:30
Kumar Mangalam Birla has made his comments in an interview on live TV, so not much room for missinterpretation. All cards on the table now.
muscletrade
06/12/2019
08:18
Good, hope so. It will show the rest of the world that India is not open for business, unless you want to be screwed over. Reliance Jo will have all the mobile business, then watch the prices rise. Hope we pull out.
veryniceperson
06/12/2019
07:50
Further confirmation of shut up shop comments. CNBC-TV18 News @CNBCTV18News - 20 minutes ago Kumar Mangalam Birla To CNBC-TV18 | In conversation with @ShereenBhan at the 17th Hindustan Times Leadership Summit, Kumar Mangalam Birla said Vodafone Idea will have to shut if they don't get government relief @VodafoneIN @ideac @Reematendulkarellular
muscletrade
06/12/2019
07:43
Aditya Birla Group Chairman Kumar Mangalam Birla today sounded alarm bells on the future of India’s third largest telecom services operator Vodafone-Idea, saying that the company will have to shut down if it doesn’t get any more relief from the government. “We will shut shop if we don’t get relief, it could be the end of the story for us. There is no company in world that could get that kind of money in three months. It’s a very sad thing to happen though I don’t want that to happen,”KM Birla said at the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit 2019. Veteran industrialist K M Birla’s comments come close on the heels of his telecom venture’s overseas partner Vodafone CEO Nick Read’s remarks on similar lines earlier last month. “If you don’t get the remedies being suggested, the situation is critical. If you’re not a going concern, you’re moving into a liquidation scenario—can’t get any clearer than that,” Vodafone CEO Nick Read had said at a press round-table in London, but later said that his comments had been taken out of context by the media.
muscletrade
06/12/2019
06:46
Vodafone Idea will close if government does not provide any relief, says chairman Kumar Mangalam Birla: Press Trust of India
muscletrade
05/12/2019
23:47
Hope so spud no intention of bailing yet.
tim 3
05/12/2019
22:37
The only problem is India. It’s been written off on the books so can’t get any worse, unless VOD agree to chuck yet more good money after bad. Don’t forget there’s massive upside on the Towers front next year. spud
spud
05/12/2019
22:23
Yes getting peed off with these now one problem after another.
tim 3
05/12/2019
15:53
Another down day. Great!
veryniceperson
05/12/2019
10:16
Chart turning bearish again needs to get back above £1.50 support.
tim 3
04/12/2019
13:08
Vodafone share price: what’s the latest after posting €1.9 billion loss? The telecoms company continues to see its share price slide despite upgrading its full-year earnings guidance last month, with stiff competition and high levels of expenditure weighing on the stock. https://www.ig.com/uk/news-and-trade-ideas/vodafone-share-price--whats-the-latest-after-posting-1-9-billion-191203 Aaran Fronda | Financial writer, London | Tuesday 03 December 2019 16:08 Vodafone Group continues to see its share price slide despite upgrading its full-year earnings guidance last month, with competition in the telecoms sector remaining intense, hindering it from reigning in its spending. Despite the earnings upgrade, investor sentiment was weakened by Vodafone announcing a €1.9 billion loss for the six months to end September. The loss led Vodafone to slash its interim dividend by 7% to 4.50 euro cents per share compared with last year, representing a yield of 5.46%. The telecoms company has seen its share price fall 12% since unveiling its half-year results last month, where it upgraded its full-year earnings guidance to between €14.8bn and €15bn, up from its previous range of €13.8bn to €14.2bn. Analysts downgrade price targets but remain upbeat Analysts at UBS, JP Morgan and Deutsche Bank all lowered their price targets for the stock in November to 200p, 220p and 240p respectively. However, all three banks still see Vodafone’s share price as undervalued at 145p as of 15:35 GMT on Tuesday. Based on the company’s current share price, analysts believe that the stock has a potential upside of 37.9% to 65%. spud
spud
04/12/2019
09:51
Vodafone india up 10 percent today american tech have been given cold shoulder by india following their antics in china so if they ask vodafone India nicely it will help for a price
josh 32
04/12/2019
08:04
Opened down again. India bless them. Big decisions next year for Vodafone and India. Stay or leave and take the hit?
veryniceperson
04/12/2019
07:35
Nice little rns out this morning.
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