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
  4.18 2.77% 155.30 154.76 154.82 155.14 149.76 150.50 115,262,795 16:35:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 37,637.9 -2,252.3 -25.0 - 41,575

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10/12/2019
00:15
monty...If labour wins she would probably get promoted to the Lords...
diku
09/12/2019
20:28
Indeed monty, locked away in a cupboard with Rees-Mogg who's gone missing as well ;-)
philanderer
09/12/2019
20:11
SPARTAN SHORTERS Prepare for glory......... No mercy.... Bayonet the wounded......
sentimentrules
09/12/2019
20:03
Amazing how everyone finds these extreme morals when losing
sentimentrules
09/12/2019
18:12
A lot of overseas investors waiting on the sidelines, just waiting for a Boris to win a majority.No fund manager unless a hedgie, will make an investment until we know for sure.If Corbyn wins, Diane Abbott chancellor, lol they have kept her out the way.
montyhedge
09/12/2019
18:01
I don't think it is. But the Market seems to think so. I was merely saying that should there be a Johnson working majority then I would expect circa a 2.5% uplift on Friday. spud
spud
09/12/2019
17:43
Spud, what makes you think Boris getting a majority is a done deal? I think it will be a repeat of the last two elections with conservatives having to rely on other parties to form a government.
highlands
09/12/2019
16:27
Somebody sold me the lottery numbers last week but the dottery old fool that I am, I must have written them down wrong. :-)
sicker
09/12/2019
16:04
That's very precise - do you predict winning lottery numbers as well?
davr0s
09/12/2019
15:44
A fair bit of the Johnson working majority already priced in (believe it or not, when looking at the stellar DOW) but I'd still expect a 2.5% uplift (not temporary) in the FTSE on Friday. spud
spud
09/12/2019
14:47
Friday, if it's the right result.
veryniceperson
09/12/2019
13:31
This is getting silly now.Come on Santa give us the rally please.
anony mous
09/12/2019
13:29
Sr is not the not the one it's the poster using is name with a gap Take a look
portside1
09/12/2019
13:29
9th dec Barclays 'overweight' tp 190p cut from 200p
philanderer
09/12/2019
12:00
Fudge. He has trashed this thread. Just put him on ignore.
veryniceperson
09/12/2019
11:17
I wouldn't normally wish this on anybody but i really hope you lose your house and everything else you own SR - you really are a nasty piece of work !!!!!
fudge10
09/12/2019
11:12
Come to PAPA BEAR
sentimentrules
09/12/2019
11:10
No sh1t Sherlock: Vodafone’s likely exit will cast India in negative light: Kevin McCole Forum Gandhi Mumbai | Updated on December 09, 2019 Published on December 08, 2019 Kevin McCole, CEO of the UK India Business Council Kevin McCole, CEO of UK India Business Council, says the move would send wrong signals and will affect global investor perception about India as a market. The UK India Business Council (UKIBC) has urged the Centre to address concerns around the telecom sector because an exit by British major Vodafone could be harmful to the country’s image as an investment destination. Kevin McCole, CEO of UKIBC, told BusinessLine that the distress in the Indian telecom sector will not only impact the UK-headquartered Vodafone but also the other players in the sector. “If a company like Vodafone was struggling, it would draw attention towards the Indian market in a bad way. It draws attention to the under movements and investors try to figure out the reason behind the whole issue and the disruption, which isn’t good,” he added. When asked if it could hamper the UK-India relations, McCole said that it won’t impact the relations between the two countries. “It affects international investor perception of India as a market. It (India) comes across as a challenge,” McCole explained. The UKIBC recently released a report on ease of doing business from the UK perspective, wherein 56 per cent of the respondents stated that doing business in India was getting easier. Twenty-one per cent said that it had not improved. McCole said that a pressing and recurring issue that they had repeatedly seen in India was the complex taxation system, along with hurdles in the legal and regulatory framework. With the telecom crisis and UK’s telecom giant stuck in it, “a perception that India is a difficult place to do business becomes firmer.” ‘Time for a solution’ The CEO has urged Indian telecom players and the regulatory authorities to find a solution to the issues. Vodafone Idea posted its biggest quarterly consolidated net loss of ₹50,921.9 crore for the second quarter ended September 30, impacted mainly by adjusted gross revenues (AGR) provisions. Vodafone Idea has provisioned ₹25,677.9 crore for AGR payments, which is estimated at ₹44,150 crore. The telecom operator has filed a review petition in the Supreme Court seeking a waiver of the interest and penalty amounts. “Vodafone, other players in the telecom industry and the regulatory authority need to find a way to address this issue,” McCole said. Telecom was known as the poster boy of India’s liberalisation about two decades ago but is now facing a crisis due to an uncertain policy environment. Vodafone Idea’s financial position is so precarious that it will be forced to shut operations if the Centre does not offer a fiscal package for the telecom sector. Speaking at a media event in New Delhi, Kumar Mangalam Birla, Chairman, Vodafone Idea, said: “I think we can expect much more stimulus from the government because it is required for the sector to survive. If we weren’t getting anything, then I think, it is the end of the story for Vodafone Idea.” ‘Need more than 2 players’ “India’s telecom sector has been very fast growing, dynamic and vibrant and that’s good for the consumers because competition and choice are good for the market,” the UKIBC chief said. “India needs more than two players. A monopoly or duopoly cannot sustain the industry,” McCole added. “Vodafone is one of the biggest foreign investors in India. The distress in the telecom sector in India is not only impacting Vodafone but other players in the sector.” spud
spud
09/12/2019
08:42
BT the telecom to own back over 215p, Vod 135p my target.
montyhedge
08/12/2019
08:39
You need to have art of understanding...
diku
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
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