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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
  -0.20 -0.14% 141.82 141.98 142.02 142.50 140.70 142.48 41,883,764 16:35:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 39,964.5 706.4 -2.8 - 38,056

Vodafone Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/3/2021
15:00
It's the bleeding' FT100. Just doesn't want to go up - Period! spud
spud
25/3/2021
14:50
Dont worry we will end up in the red as usual . The slow water torture decline throughout the day
fudge10
25/3/2021
14:13
In the FTSE 100.. "Vodafone was up 1.4% after Morgan Stanley reinitiated coverage on the telecommunications firm with an Overweight rating" (Alliance News) tp 200p
philanderer
25/3/2021
10:29
Added a few this morning. Pity about the sharp rise.
deanforester
25/3/2021
10:02
A very nice broker raised its forecast to 200p, today.
poikka
25/3/2021
08:41
I have no issues at all with the company buying shares for treasury when the buy back relates to convertible loan notes. It's effectively buying back debt, which is what they said they would do with the income from the Vantage sale. I retain my inconsiderable holding, fortunately.
davius
23/3/2021
20:49
Also held in treasury & not cancelled. spud
spud
23/3/2021
19:54
Nilla, "Why didn't they pay down debt, rather than buyback shares" Because share buybacks boost their KPI's (due to reduced share count) and thus their wage packets/share bonuses!!!!
geckotheglorious
23/3/2021
18:32
Re:Buyback of company shares.I've sold my not inconsiderable holding today due to the management having no idea how to run a plc. Why didn't they pay down debt, rather than buyback shares. This is the most useless way to spend the companies cash.If they are so devoid of Ideas, the BOD should give shareholders a special dividend and then let them buy the companies shares if they so wish.GLA you may need it.
nilla159
23/3/2021
12:33
Incorrect more like £1.60
ritchyrich
23/3/2021
10:29
The share price was well over 2 quid when he took the position, so I'm guessing he's still out of the money on most of his options
janhar
23/3/2021
10:18
I think Nick Read is starting to get to grips with the company. Paying down debt, buying back shares. He is an accountant by trade which I think is a good thing. Give the guy time. My average is 199 a share, I'm staying put.
veryniceperson
23/3/2021
10:09
It seems to be doing something up 1p
estienne
23/3/2021
08:27
6.5m shares bought back yesterday on commencement of share buyback program.spud
spud
19/3/2021
12:09
Vantage at 24.9 today, so a decent return for anyone that subscribed, and a modest increase in the value of Vodafone's 81% holding.
davius
19/3/2021
12:08
SHARE BUYBACK PROGRAMME In March 2019, Vodafone Group Plc ('Vodafone') issued a two-tranche mandatory convertible bond ('MCB'), the first tranche of which (GBP1,720,000,000 1.20 per cent. Subordinated Mandatory Convertible Bonds; ISIN XS1960588850) matured on 12 March 2021, and the second tranche of which is due to mature in March 2022. In order to satisfy the conversion of the first tranche of the MCB, 1,426,710,898 shares were issued from existing shares held in treasury. Vodafone today announces it will commence a new irrevocable and non-discretionary share buy-back programme on 22 March 2021 (the 'Programme'). The sole purpose of the Programme is to reduce the issued share capital of Vodafone to partially offset the increase in the issued share capital as a result of the maturing of the first tranche of the MCB. Vodafone currently intends to launch additional share buy-back programmes over the next 12 months to reduce the issued share capital of Vodafone, to further offset the increase in the issued share capital as a result of the maturing of the first tranche of the MCB, before the second tranche of the MCB matures in March 2022. Details of any such programmes, including the target number of shares to be repurchased, would be announced before any trading under such programmes begins. spud
spud
18/3/2021
19:13
I'm not sure if it's intentional but hey check out the symbol for the klu klax klan. Notice anything concerning?
timnicebutdim
18/3/2021
18:01
Looks like Vantage have been trading at a 3% premium to the IPO price in Frankfurt.
davius
18/3/2021
17:50
Think the IPO was done to pay down debt and nothing to do with unlocking value...more of a desperate measure to deal with debt...and the talk was 25% but that has been reduced lower...not a greater demand as first thought?...
diku
18/3/2021
08:35
Vodafone Raises EUR2.3 Billion in Vantage Towers IPOSource: Dow Jones NewsBy Joe Hoppe Vodafone Group PLC said Thursday that it and its European towers unit Vantage Towers AG have set a final offer price of 24 euros ($28.76) a share for Vantage Towers' initial public offering.The U.K. telecommunications company said that Vantage Towers has placed 95.8 million shares, resulting in gross proceeds of EUR2.3 billion. The successful offering implies a market capitalization of EUR12.1 billion for Vantage Towers.The shares placed represent 18.9% of Vantage Towers' issued and outstanding share capital, and Vodafone will use the net proceeds from the placing to pay down debt.Trading of the shares on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange is expected to begin Thursday under the ticker VTWR."This IPO unlocks value for our shareholders: it demonstrates the value of our towers assets in a 5G world, sets up Vantage Towers to unlock its full potential as a focused independent tower operator, with the proceeds reducing group debt," Vodafone Group Chief Executive Nick Read said.spud
spud
18/3/2021
08:02
£24/share, that's some 17.5% below their earlier expected high. Coupled with the price they paid for spectrum, it's not looking brilliant.
poikka
18/3/2021
07:41
STUDENT COUN Which exchange do you use TO BUY FREDDILORD
freddielord
18/3/2021
07:39
HI STUDENTCOIN : which exchange do you use to buy please Freddie
freddielord
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