I know what your all going to say! Don't take any notice of broker foresasts, but ive never seen such a big difference between vod forecasts & the currant share price!!! do they know something the market doesn't , I hope so, but am I just being optimistic??
Vodafone merger could still happen Indeed, market watchers question whether the deal with Vodafone is a complete no go, given the logic of a tie-up between a high profile mobile operator and a cable group in Europe remains.
The Financial Times reports that both companies are still compelled by a possible deal, while analysts are also speculating whether a potential merger could be on the cards, after the collapse of discussions over an asset swap.
Both companies have been linked with an outright merger, potentially creating a business worth an enterprise value of £120 billion.
“We continue to believe a takeover of Liberty by Vodafone remains a credible scenario,” Jerry Dellis, analyst at Jefferies, is quoted as saying. “The news (of ending talks) will surely disappoint near-term, but we think investors may come to believe that it represents a delay, not the end of the process.”
As a result of the above, Vittorio Colao now has an interest in 10,899,281 Ordinary Shares and Nick Read now has an interest in 2,033,298 Ordinary Shares (both excluding share options and unvested incentive shares).
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