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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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/1/2020
07:21
Well at least it’s nice that they’re raising the price not dropping it?
warranty
21/1/2020
20:59
Once upon a time when the price was trading around 230p did any of these comedy brokers say sell sell sell...price target 154p or 122p... GARYCOOK 21 Jan '20 - 07:51 - 726 of 730 0   0  0 21 Jan Vodafone Group PLC Deutsche Bank Buy 154.50 240.00 233.00 Reiterates
diku
21/1/2020
16:44
Yes, rating agencies really have their fair share of no sh*t sherlock moments!
ianood
21/1/2020
13:44
Glad to see Fitch at cutting edge of news flow as usual !!
muscletrade
21/1/2020
10:29
(Alliance News) - Fitch Ratings on Tuesday said a court ruling in India could leave Vodafone Group PLC's Indian business facing "severe" liquidity problems. Last week, the Indian Supreme Court rejected an appeal by Vodafone's Indian joint venture, Vodafone Idea, against a decision to make it pay USD4 billion in fees. Vodafone Idea is operated by Vodafone alongside Bharti Airtel Ltd. Vodafone Idea and other firms in the beleaguered Indian telecom sector were ordered in November to pay a combined USD13 billion in past spectrum and licence fees. "The Indian Supreme Court's rejection on January 17 of a review petition against its earlier ruling in a long-running telecommunications sector tax case, is credit negative for the industry. Two incumbents, Vodafone Idea and Bharti Airtel, will be particularly affected," said Fitch. "The court's rulings in this case could also have significant repercussions for India's banking sector, as well as the country's broader economic outlook." Fitch said Vodafone Idea could face "severe liquidity stress" following the ruling, with a cash balance of USD2.2 billion as of September not enough to pay its unpaid dues. The business has recently lost subscribers to rivals, Fitch noted, hampering its ability to generate cash. One option, Fitch continued, would be for Vodafone Idea to raise money through asset sales, but it said Vodafone Idea's chair has already said the joint venture will close down if it does not get relief from the court or the Indian government." Closing it down sounds like a reasonable Idea on the face of it, but just the threat of it going under might concentrate minds. If it's losing subscribers to competitors, can it afford to get into a price war? Who's got the deepest pockets? Does India want a duopoly in telecoms?
poikka
21/1/2020
09:36
Glimmer of hope in India.
highlands
21/1/2020
07:51
21 Jan Vodafone Group PLC Deutsche Bank Buy 154.50 240.00 233.00 Reiterates
garycook
21/1/2020
06:44
Shares of Vodafone Idea surged 16% to Rs 5.70 Supreme Court agrees to hear next week, applications of telecom companies Vodafone Idea, Tata Teleservices and Bharti Airtel seeking modification of its earlier order to permit them to negotiate payment schedule with the Department of Telecommunications Lawyer For Vodafone Idea to @CNBCTV18Live We don't have to pay by January-23, Application for payment plan listed for next week
muscletrade
20/1/2020
16:43
The irony of it all is that a large part of electronic products used and consumed by Americans are directly or indirectly manufactured in China yet there is no concern about security there?
highlands
20/1/2020
15:23
Yes I knew that, America will make a huge effort catch up. The problem is that now out of the EU. we need to win business from China. It would be a poor start to our trading relationship with China if we succumb to Trumps pressure on 5G. We dare not anger Trump as we are desperate for a trade deal with the USA. Life could get uncomfortable outside of the EU. if the USA effectively demand a veto on any deals we do. It seems outrageous to me that BT and VOD are not free to select their supplier because of pressure from America using the feeble excuse (ridiculed by experts) of national security. I hold shares in both companies.
careful
20/1/2020
14:56
Careful - in terms of 5G network builds Huawei's biggest competitors are Nokia and Ericsson. Neither are American.
toon1966
20/1/2020
13:46
5g is not about security. America wishes to protect its national champions from competition. They fear that China will overtake them and will do anything to stop it. This is a test case for Boris Johnson. will we turn out to be Americas poodle post Brexit as many feared? Many more informed people saw Brexit as being an America vs Eu. issue. Away from the cosy comfort of the powerful EU. trading block we shall soon see how much control and freedom we really have.
careful
20/1/2020
13:38
As if GCHQ and the Pentagon are not spying. I assume that in the interests of 'national security' we do it at least as much as them, probably more. Where is Edward Snowdon when we need him? Remember America banging on about Chinese hacking and spying, then Snowdon, a US spy, blew their cover and exposed the extent of American spying activity. Snowdon is hated and labelled a traitor, but there was no question that his revelations were true. (Merkel was angry that her phone was being hacked, no one escaped their spying) Spying is just another career path, another industry. If they were not spying they would be sitting around on their elbows with nothing to do.
careful
20/1/2020
12:40
It certainly shouldnt be China first. Look what they're doing in mainland China with their Social Credit system, and how they use technology to spy on their people. No thanks to giving them that ability in UK/Europe thanks. Look at all the IP China steals. 5 Eyes is also very important to our security, and we cant afford to jeopardise such. The Chinese are untrustworthy.
crossing_the_rubicon
20/1/2020
12:37
It's America first
highlands
20/1/2020
11:25
Will Trump give Boris permission to use 5g? What was all of that guff about taking back control?
careful
20/1/2020
11:09
Vodafone and BT to seek support Huawei for 5G in the UK By Airyl Jaszly - Jan 20, 2020 https://www.gizmochina.com/2020/01/20/vodafone-and-bt-to-seek-support-huawei-for-5g-in-the-uk/ BT and Vodafone are reportedly set to support Huawei’s involvement in the development of the UK’s 5G network. The companies are preparing a letter to be sent to the Prime Minister to lobby him to support the move, saying a ban on Huawei could stunt the growth of the UK’s digital economy. Britain is set to take a final decision on Huawei’s role in building new 5G networks this month. The government is facing pressure from the US to prohibit Huawei from any involvement with the 5G communications network. British and American security staff reportedly met in London this week to discuss the issue, and the US’s view is that it would be “nothing short of madness” to allow the Chinese firm to work on the project. US security chiefs reportedly handed UK officials a dossier of evidence on Huawei’s alleged vulnerablities in an attempt to get Downing Street to block the company. Telecoms industry sources said that Philip Jansen, BT chief executive, and Nick Read, who runs Vodafone, were contemplating writing to Mr Johnson during the early part of next week. One source familiar with its prospective content said it would emphasise the priority which both companies placed on the security of their networks, while arguing that they had seen no evidence that would justify an outright ban on Huawei. Vodafone, which uses Huawei’s telecom equipment in its radio network, has previously said a blanket ban on the Chinese company would costs it millions of pounds and significantly slow down the roll-out of 5G networks. Vodafone has already paused the deployment of Huawei’s equipment in its data-heavy core networks, a year ago until Western governments give the company a full security clearance. BT also uses Huawei’s equipment in networks, but it is not deployed in the intelligent core of its fixed-line network and it is removing Huawei from the core of its mobile network. In addition, BT has already excluded Huawei from the bidding process for its future 5G network. spud
spud
18/1/2020
08:52
Vodafone Idea may pay part of AGR dues to stay afloat Vodafone IdeaNSE -25.00 % (VIL) may offer the government a small part of its statutory dues by January 23 to ensure it doesn’t get a defaulter’s tag or incur the displeasure of the Supreme Court, and then seek some relief, in a bid to bring back the telecom company from the jaws of insolvency, three people familiar with the matter said. Simultaneously, the telco plans to seek an extension of the January 23 deadline from the Supreme Court. After offering a small payment, Vodafone Idea may ask the Centre to refund or adjust some of the Rs 9,000 crore pending input tax credit under GST that it believes the government owes it, one of the persons said. He added that the strategy of the company is to show the telecom department that it is not defaulting on its payments and is trying all possible ways to meet statuary obligations. Another person in direct knowledge of the matter said that the loss-making telco may offer under Rs 4,000 crore “as a token amount on January 23”. He added the company won’t dig into its cash balances since it is a cashflow-negative company. Read more at: https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/industry/telecom/telecom-news/vodafone-idea-may-pay-part-of-agr-dues-to-stay-afloat/articleshow/73348879.cms?utm_source=contentofinterest&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=cppst
muscletrade
17/1/2020
21:21
Outside companies will struggle to do business in India...full of back handers...
diku
17/1/2020
16:28
"Not easy" indeed. If Vodafone walk away from India, then they could be subject to similar treatment from other (African) countries, and it would also have been a waste of money. If they stay, who's to say what other tricks they'll face. Meanwhile, Indians look as if they could face a duopoly. Corrupt bloody place.
poikka
17/1/2020
14:54
They could just let it go into administration. It is a separate entity with it's own liabilities and therefore should not add any additional costs to the holding company.
highlands
17/1/2020
13:38
BT and Vodafone to lobby PM in support of Huawei The companies plan to warn the PM of the risks of banning Huawei from the 5G network, Sky News learns. HTTPS://news.sky.com/story/bt-and-vodafone-to-lobby-pm-in-support-of-huawei-11910696
philanderer
17/1/2020
12:45
We should just walk away from India although I expect there will be further costs in doing so. Having said that if the company did that I wonder what the actual cash outflow would be as presumably there isn't enough to pay the back fees anyway. I can't see any justification for staying in India especially with Reliance Jio basically calling the shots over pricing etc.
scrwal
17/1/2020
12:39
Doesn't look like Vodafone are going to chuck any more money at India and it's Indian investment has been written off anyway. So up to Indian government really. Do they want a competitive telecoms market or a monopoly? A monopoly will be bad news for the public who've enjoyed very low costs for far too long and will see a massive hike in future to make up.
highlands
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