The company, of which the government owns 80 percent, serves 35 million customers in seven million homes. Egypt's telecoms' regulator said in 2012 it would grant the firm a licence to provide mobile services and would later let mobile companies offer fixed-lined services using Telecom Egypt's infrastructure.
1. Market at 3 week lows generally 2. Windfallers selling out now the deal is done 3. China concerns 4. Ukraine issues 5. AT&T saying no and deal looking less likely to some 6. Concerns of overpaying for assets ie ono 7. Vod-lite struggling with Europe 8. Vod-lite struggling with EM
Someone else can add 9 and 10 then just pick one of more from the list as you see fit.
Buffet would say ignore all that and look at the returns on your investment instead
at COP. One was £1M+ buy - but with a share this size, it's just a wee wee in the ocean, I'm afraid. On bdev it would be "another matter". lol. If this goes 225 (I always buy on an odd number) then I might consider buying back in. Very good div and has long legs.
Wish I had a clue as to why sudden drop, now 10%+ down since consolidation complete.. Anyone know???????
Originally has two plans, 1) if they increased slightly more I was going to sell out, but got greedy and missed peak 2) wait for price to drop and top up to my original holding. Now not sure.
Getting nervous that the big boys know something we smaller investors are unaware of, as most of the buying appears to be smallish amounts. Dont know at what figure any resistance or stability will kick in. If they hit 220 I shall top up as even if no takeover the divi will be worthwhile.
You'll give yourself indigestion, talking like that. All that carb, with beer on top? I dunno. I hope you're watching your weight? Raising your laptop above your head every time you go to put the kettle on hardly constitutes a fittness regime! At least I have stairs to climb, to go to the loo. And a tread mill (which I rarely use) for back up. You did tell me you live in a bungalow, didn't you? - otherwise I will have to edit what I just said!
Tesco I bought with my contrarian hat on. Only £5k s worth - so I can wait a few years for a 10% profit. .
Mr Tibbs won't respond if he feels he's being harrassed. Like all purry things he likes the tops of his ears scratched...
Yes, Brick, I always thought you were full of fables. lol
If you opted to take your ROV as an Income Option (C Shares) - the default option in most cases - then it will be counted along with any other divs you receive during the Tax year and added to your Income to determine your top rate of Income Tax. Unless you, or your Broker on your behalf, elected to opt for the Capital option, then your cash AND the value of your Verizon shares, on the day the scheme became effective, will be treated as a Special Dividend and will need to be included in your Tax Return as Income. This can be found in Part X of the ROV circular below on page 85. http://www.vodafone.com/content/dam/group/investors/downloads/vzw/circular_101212.pdf ONLY if you, or your Broker on your behalf, elected to opt for the Capital Option (B Shares) will you have any need to declare the ROV as part of your CGT calculations.
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