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Share Price: 221.50Bid: 221.45Ask: 221.50Change: -4.50 (-1.99%)Faller - Vodafone Grp.
Spread: 0.05Spread as %: 0.02%Open: 225.80High: 225.80Low: 220.35Yesterday’s Close: 226.00


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danielh
Posts: 452
Off Topic
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:220.80
char333 the bull!!
Today 16:50
After the 9p fall from friday morning, at least you didn't say I told you so. Are we seeing a more positive char? I hope so. (imoglaatb)!!!!!!
 
char333
Posts: 246
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:221.55
down
Today 14:22
i suppose around8 months ago we would have been very happy to see £ 2 21, when sp was at £ 190, but it looks a real long haul back to £ 2 45 ish. imo . gla + atb , divi soon.
danielh
Posts: 452
Off Topic
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:222.25
RE: Lower
Today 13:22
It,s called the char333 affect!! I just hope they bounce back. Down 8p from friday morning, very strange. I just hope the sunday times & spikey are right!
char333
Posts: 246
Question
Opinion:Weak Buy
Price:222.10
Lower
Today 12:29
Any ideas why so down 4p today.
Grayling
Posts: 962
Observation
Opinion:Hold
Price:222.70
Positive press
Today 10:12
Long piece about VOD turnaround in Sunday Times. Very positive, even on the India debacle (stabilising). We may see some upward movement in the coming months if the good news continues.
Spikeyj
Posts: 18,151
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:226.00
RE: Historical vod share chart
Sat 16:57
probably.
danielh
Posts: 452
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:226.00
Historical vod share chart
Sat 14:13
I told a friend that I owned vod shares & she said that the sp had done badly, but I think she may have based this on misleading share charts. According to the google finance share chart the vod sp has approx halved since 21/2/14 from 4.33. In fact the sp was approx 2.20 on this date. What happened was an approx 1 for 2 share swap which meant that if you had £1000 worth of shares they would now be worth 1/2 that & I guess the graph is trying to take this into account, this would be ok if it was a simple 1 for 2 swap, but vod wasn,t because shareholders received approx £500 in cash & verizon shares meaning they lost nothing. The reason vod did a 1 for 2 swap was to prevent the sp falling by 1/2 which would have falsely caused the ftsi 100 to take a dive,therefore an accurate graph should not show this fall in sp after the 21/2/14. Sorry to be pedantic,but there's a lot of misleading info out there, especially regarding vod shares.,.Perhaps I should stop reading share charts!?
Spikeyj
Posts: 18,151
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:226.00
RE: ?
Fri 21:13
i was pleased with that update, and apparent
direction of travel, and it's nice to be up a bit,
but i am a bit surprised voda couldn't hold on
to more of the gain. perhaps i underestimated
how much anticipation had already been priced
in during the run up. still holding a decent wodge
here, hoping to dispose of some at 250p if & when,
but with more to go between 260/270 (if in a year).

(i would have preferred to see the UK aspects still
held back but the german ops doing better. ah well.)
Compass007
Posts: 1,049
Off Topic
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:224.90
?
Fri 07:15
Results look ok... nothing shocking and some good numbers in certain markets....lets hope for that sp rise......problem is you never no with this stock....ive seen what i thought were great results in the past and the market has hammered the sp.....
Spikeyj
Posts: 18,151
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:224.90
update coming ...
Thu 23:20
(ShareCast News) - Several companies about which investors have many questions are due for updates on Friday, including quarterly numbers from Vodafone and AO World plus interim results from Acacia Mining, providing equity investors plenty to chew on ahead of next week's results season feasting.

Vodafone's update should give investors news on the performance of key overseas markets, such as the Indian mobile telecoms market, maybe covering recent City speculation about job cuts in Germany, recent price moves in Spain/Italy, and an update on EU roaming impact.

Barclays forecast service revenues growth of 1.6% in the quarter versus 1.5% in the fourth quarter of last year, as the leap year effect and roaming/accounting changes impact the report result.

"Within the mix we see German momentum remaining steady with a modest acceleration in service revenues. Italy remains solidly positive, although with slightly lower growth QoQ as the market remains competitive," analysts said, with UK growth challenging and deteriorating to 5.1% though Spain "should remain broadly stable".

In the Africa, Middle East and Asia Pacific Barclays expects growth to remain in the 7-9% range, with particular strength in Turkey/Egypt.

UBS, which forecasts 1.5% organic service revenue growth, expects Vodafone to flag a drag effect from EU roaming cuts for the coming quarter but for it to re-iterate full year guidance of 4-8% EBITDA growth and for equity free cash flow of >€5bn.

"With the stock offering a 5.9% dividend yield that is covered by EFCF even post spectrum costs, we think a reassuring trading update and re-iteration of FY-18 guidance should drive a further re-rating of the shares and lead to the dividend yield compressing towards the sector average of 4.5%," UBS said.




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