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
  -3.64 -2.42% 147.04 146.80 146.84 151.64 146.50 151.00 90,935,678 16:35:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 37,636.6 -2,252.2 -25.0 - 39,364

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21/3/2019
13:26
Petition Revoke Article 50 and remain in the EU. https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/241584
dmf
21/3/2019
12:06
Another reason I think dividend is in the bag, not just by great free cash flow, but no pension legacy problems like BT.
montyhedge
21/3/2019
11:35
It would be around 6ish wouldn't it ?
veryniceperson
21/3/2019
11:16
vnp...agree...at 200p the divi yield would drop to a paltry 7.5%...derisory!!!!
cyberian
21/3/2019
09:39
encarter hope your right. Would make the divi look better.
veryniceperson
21/3/2019
09:22
It's heading back above 200p. The price was dragged down by the bond issue.
encarter
21/3/2019
09:11
3p away from testing the massive resistance and psychology level of 150p. If we test and hold before end of week, new trading range 153p -155p.
montyhedge
21/3/2019
08:14
Https://www.marketscreener.com/VODAFONE-GROUP-15867071/?type_recherche=rapide&mots=VOD
la forge
21/3/2019
08:10
Http://investing.thisismoney.co.uk/broker-views/index/date/21-03-2019 Macquarie Outperform 170.00 Upgrades
la forge
20/3/2019
21:21
Too many variables and games at play...
diku
20/3/2019
18:32
Markth It was Mr Trump that sent the Dow down 200pts and so VOD dropped 1p. But now VOD UP 1% in NY. If posting please keep up with the game.
hades1
20/3/2019
18:27
That news about the anti-trust sent the share price down like a knackered lift...
markth
20/3/2019
17:59
Just posturing and quite normal at this stage...some mutually agreed changes should see matters progress, before June final ruling.
cyberian
20/3/2019
16:27
Agree...effectively reduced the number of service providers from about 10 to just 4.
cyberian
20/3/2019
14:49
Yes this Indian nasty piece of work has tried to bankrupt all the telcos by giving all his telephone services for free.
abdullla
20/3/2019
14:31
abdulla...the Indian shares after falling 7.6% initially after the Rights Issue notice, ended up 3.35% on the day at the close....Vodafone is taking up Rupees 110 billion of the Rights, which makes sense with more positive price changes likely in India. On Bloomberg yesterday an article suggested that Reliance very competitive pricing options to users is not sustainable and WILL have to be increased which will be excellent news for Vod/Idea and some other service providers. Reliance has gained a huge market share as a fairly new entrant but at a price model which it will now need to change. I think I also read the other day that the party/individual connected with Reliance was subject to a court case brought by a lead Scandinavian supplier which could have resulted in some serious fine/penalty or worse...but now settled. The German G5 auction appears to be progressing well with the 4 main parties bidding selectively.
cyberian
20/3/2019
14:06
Abdulla not the reason at all. It’s as I said. I do expect however the short position totals will stop rising very soon.
mastey
20/3/2019
13:53
Looks like a RED day today.
abdullla
20/3/2019
13:29
Its the rights issue in India and the mega payments for spectrum in the Germany that is responsible for the Sp bleeding.
abdullla
20/3/2019
13:13
The trading action suggests bouts of short selling by these convertible owners taking advantage of spikes in price in the current buyback. Feast for these owners
mastey
20/3/2019
13:11
MH sorry I must not have understood the terms of the mandatory convertible , I assumed it pays a yield, on the termination date the holders are issued with newly issued shares and also any dividend paid are added into the calculation.
mastey
20/3/2019
12:41
--German telecoms providers have bid EUR350 million for 5G frequencies in the first two days of the auction --Analysts expect companies will eventually bid billions of euros for frequencies --The auction will run until companies stop submitting bids German telecoms providers have submitted bids totaling nearly 350 million euros ($397 million) for frequencies on the 5G spectrum range, Germany's national telecoms regulator, the Federal Network Agency, said Wednesday. Telecom providers Deutsche Telekom AG (DTE.XE), Telefonica Deutschland (O2D.XE), Vodafone Germany and United Internet AG's 1&1 Drillisch AG (DRI.XE) began submitting bids for spectrum on Tuesday at the regulator's premises in Mainz, the agency said. Some 41 blocks of spectrum are being auctioned off in the 2 GHz and 3.4 GHz to 3.7 GHz bands. Companies are bidding for frequencies on the spectrum to build up 5G networks that will be used by consumers and industry. As of 1030 GMT, Vodafone Group PLC's (VOD.LN) German subsidiary submitted the highest individual bid, offering to pay EUR27.5 million for a block of spectrum on the 2 GHz band in the 13th round of bidding. The highest bid made by Deutsche Telekom--Europe's largest telecoms provider--amounted to EUR23.8 million for spectrum the 3.6 GHz block. 1&1 Drillisch AG submitted the highest set of bids overall, entering 10 bids exceeding EUR21 million during the first round of bidding alone. The company would become Germany's fourth mobile-network operator should it win spectrum at the auction. Analysts are uncertain as to how much companies will ultimately pay for these frequencies. "With four operators taking part, including 1&1 Drillisch for the first time, the equity market fears an irrational auction," Berenberg analyst Usman Ghazi said, noting some forecasts expect auction costs to exceed EUR8.5 billion. Still, Berenberg said it believes auction costs could be as low as EUR3 billion. "The only reason for high auction prices...will be a senseless strategy to block 1&1 Drillisch," Mr. Ghazi said. Federal Network Agency President Jochen Homann said that "maximizing proceeds" isn't the agency's aim, adding that the auction allows companies to decide for themselves what these frequencies are worth. Because the auction will end only when companies cease submitting new bids, its duration cannot be predicted, the agency said. Write to Patrick Costello at patrick.costello@dowjones.com (END) Dow Jones Newswires March 20, 2019 07:28 ET (11:28 GMT)
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