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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
  0.18 0.13% 134.82 134.96 135.02 135.38 133.24 134.44 35,363,509 16:35:08
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 39,964.5 706.4 -2.8 - 36,178

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
05/2/2021
17:04
not sure about slow. If they keep everyone's money for a day on millions of shares that is some serious interest, Surely that can't be right or legal. can people post when they get it?
ritchyrich
05/2/2021
16:49
Must be AJ bell, being slow today then.
igoe104
05/2/2021
16:38
Yes - very nice.
watfordhornet
05/2/2021
16:30
Anyone received there dividend today ?
igoe104
05/2/2021
10:28
Investor's Champion has reviewed the two biggest companies in their Income Boosters portfolio to make sure they still satisfy our requirements for cash-backed dividend growth including Vodaphone.
energeticbacker
04/2/2021
19:45
Most of the FT100 constituents are to a greater or lesser degree being Shorted. spud
spud
04/2/2021
18:28
Are these share being shorted
tedgar
04/2/2021
18:16
not sure my interpretation is correct - you mean towers buy them at the price they were originally borrowed at ? could be an instant profit for the very org they were betting against.. ?
cordwainer
04/2/2021
17:51
It’s relevant because although the shorts are a relatively small percentage, they stack up to 1.2 billion in stock that is now deep underwater. The chat on the street is they have to be bought out by towers. With typical daily volume, it would take 23 days of typical volume on the buy side for them to get zeroed out. Results were better than expected and the 4 holders are hundreds of millions down.
smithys2019
04/2/2021
15:21
Ye can’t beat a good ride. vbrs B Johnson
monte1
04/2/2021
15:11
Apologies, researchtree might be rubbish, shorttracker shows 4.5% Not sure why its relevant anyway. I'm having a good ride so far from 121p late December.
cordwainer
04/2/2021
14:28
JP Morgan reiterates overweight with a target price of 195p. current short interest 5.09% according to researchtree.
cordwainer
04/2/2021
13:43
Not sure what's happened but I'm pleased it has - i think for the first time in over a year i maybe in profit here.
pierre oreilly
04/2/2021
12:04
Vodafone and Nokia breakthrough just made your fibre broadband look embarrassingly slow A BREAKTHROUGH new broadband technology developed by teams at Nokia and Vodafone could soon allow you to download a Hollywood movie in the blink of an eye. By DAVID SNELLING PUBLISHED: 06:30, Thu, Feb 4, 2021 Nokia and Vodafone test broadband that can beam files at 100Gbps If your home is suffering from dismal download speeds, help could be on the way. Nokia and Vodafone have announced the results of an exciting new breakthrough internet technology that could transform how we access the web. The two firms, who have long-standing collaboration, have managed to beam files across a network at speeds of 100Gbps. To put that into some sort of context, the fastest speeds currently available from companies such as Virgin Media and BT are around 1Gbps. That's around 1,000Mbps. The UK's average broadband speed, when it was last recorded last year, is a mere 60Mbps. For maths fans, that's a 166,566% increase in speed compared to the current average nationwide. If this new technology was to roll out to homes tomorrow, it would allow you to download a feature-length film in full 1080p High Definition in the blink of an eye and a mammoth 50GB update for a PS5 game in three seconds. Compare that to the UK average where the same console download takes almost two hours and you can see why this upgrade will be so vital in the future. Nokia and Vodafone say the latest speeds have been made possible thanks to something called Passive Optical Network (PON) technology which makes data transmission more efficient. The trial, which took place in Vodafone’s Eschborn lab in Germany last week, is the latest milestone from Vodafone and Nokia to help accelerate the potential of fibre broadband. As the lockdown continues and more of us expected to work remotely in the future, the demand for broadband connectivity continues to grow exponentially in terms of the service types, number of connected devices and the bandwidth consumed. It is essential that future fixed access networks have the capacity to absorb this growth. Once this tech is adopted, Vodafone and Nokia says the steps to 50GB and 100GB speeds are pretty straightforward although don't expect it anytime soon with the firms saying it's unlikely to become commercially available until the second half of the decade. Speaking about the news Gavin Young, Vodafone’s Head of Fixed Access Centre of Excellence, said: “100G PON has 40 times the capacity of today’s GPON networks, and 10 times the capacity of XGS-GPON, so it will help us keep ahead of the demand curve. In addition to ultra-high speeds, the technology supports our vision of highly efficient and adaptable next-generation networks. 100G PON enables flexible rates, and works by grouping modems using a technique similar to the one we already use in our cable networks, so this experience can help us to better evaluate and exploit this new PON technology.” spud
spud
04/2/2021
11:13
I don't have much of a problem with the debt, with such low interest rates financing debt is not an issue. That said, I have been invested in companies destroyed by debt (most recently for me was Afren) but with such a lot of free cash flow Vodafone are a far different proposition. I suspect that the proceeds from the towers sale will probably go towards debt reduction in any case. The Future's Bright, but not Orange :0)
davius
04/2/2021
10:51
BARCLAYS RAISES VODAFONE PRICE TARGET TO 175 (170) PENCE - 'OVERWEIGHT'
muscletrade
04/2/2021
09:04
vod blue Today ,hoping for more of a move up ,also watching grd after that rns aftersells this morning large buys moving in there again ,they look to be loading up before next week ,hoping vod has a good blue day .
bunz3
04/2/2021
08:38
I think you are right as long as they use it to pay down debt. The debt is there problem, not sure what sort of money they will make. They have 5 billion free cash flow less debt should put us long term holders back on the road to recovery.
veryniceperson
04/2/2021
08:10
I calculated that Vantage Towers would be worth 70p a share to VOD, with the rest of the business at least a pound, so a 170p broker target is appropriate and realistic. Another good start to the day.
davius
04/2/2021
06:43
For what its worth GS JPM and jefferies all reaffirmed their buy rating yesterday
muscletrade
03/2/2021
15:35
Interesting day - two FTSE high yielders, VOD gets a shot in the arm and GSK gets cut off. I have both (each fairly small roughly neutral for me overall). Will hold here for a bit longer.
dr biotech
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