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Share Price Information for Vodafone (VOD)


Share Price: 126.10Bid: 125.86Ask: 125.90Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Vodafone Grp.
Spread: 0.04Spread as %: 0.03%Open: 124.58High: 126.96Low: 124.00Yesterday’s Close: 126.10

Vodafone Group Plc Ord Usd0.20 20/21

Vodafone is part of the Telecommunications sector

Vodafone is the largest mobile telecommunications network company in the world, with equity interests in 25 countries and Partner Networks in a further 40 countries. At 31 March 2007, Vodafone had approximately 206.4 million proportionate customers worldwide.





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126.10
Share Price SpacerBid
125.86
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125.90
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0%0.00
Share Price SpacerVolume
76,499,269
Share Price SpacerOpen
124.58
Share Price SpacerHigh
126.96
Share Price SpacerLow
124.00
Share Price SpacerClose
126.10
Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 26,723.38m £33,698.18m 10,000

52 Week High 198.00 52 Week High Date 4-JUN-2018
52 Week Low 122.22 52 Week Low Date 20-MAY-2019

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
13,956 22,690,141 49,640,228 -5.046 -24.99 13.19 10.46


London South East Users info for Vodafone


Users who watch VOD also watch: Lloyds, BP, Barclays, Tesco, RBS, BT, Glaxosmithkline, HSBC, Aviva, Taylor Wimpey

Users who hold VOD also hold: Lloyds, BP, Glaxosmithkline, National Grid, Tesco, Aviva, Barclays, Royal Dutch Shell B, Centrica, BT


Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

24-May-19
18:45:02
126.044
12,525
Buy* 
125.86
125.90
15.79k
Trade Type:
Ordinary

24-May-19
17:55:20
126.10
1,181
Buy* 
125.86
125.90
1,489
Trade Type:
Ordinary
Delayed publication

24-May-19
17:46:28
126.116
215,409
Buy* 
125.86
125.90
271.67k
Trade Type:
Ordinary




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Directors Deals for Vodafone (VOD)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
06-Mar-19Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Vodafone Group
David Thomas Nish held the position of Non-Executive Director at Vodafone Group at the time of this trade.
 David Thomas Nish
131.91GBX20,00085791
01-Feb-19Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Vodafone Group
Sanjiv Ahuja held the position of Non-Executive Director at Vodafone Group at the time of this trade.
 Sanjiv Ahuja
181.94GBX140,000140000
01-Feb-19Buy Dividends
Trade Notifier Information for Vodafone Group
Nick Read held the position of CEO Designate at Vodafone Group at the time of this trade.
 Nick Read
138.9GBX3362825666
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Longish
Posts: 538
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:126.10
RE: Just received
Fri 20:00
Thank you TLW.

'Australia's competition regulator earlier this month said it would oppose the A$7.7B deal as it would "substantially" reduce competition, since it would preclude TPG becoming a fourth player in wireless.'
==========

The number 4 seems to be popular with competition regulators in many markets. While 3 have operated in markets like France.

3 key principles of economic regulation are:
1.) Wholesale regulation before retail regulation: the best protection of consumers is the freedom to switch between providers
2.) Ensure that market players' decisions are based on economic merits, not on artificial conditions created by regulation
3.) Allow for maverick behaviour from new entrants: there is no abuse of non-dominance

In the UK 3G market, 3 mobile was the maverick and the incumbent licensed owners of spectrum were Vod, O2, Orange, T-Mobile.
That became 3, Vod, O2, EE and then through competition and lobbying, 3 shared network with EE (MBNL) while Vod shared with O2 evolving to 4G LTE (+) we have today. EE now 'converging' in BT...

The regulatory process starts with a consultation leading to the market definition and an assessment of significant market power eg market power over a customer (citizen). A customer (citizen) takes service from more than 100 regulated markets within the UK telecoms market definition so its a complex process with final determinations taking 4 or 5 years to be reached through the courts, competition advisory tribunal et al . Along the road, remedies to relevant parties are made eg disposal of business to rebalance market power.

Also of interest, following Brexit, the UK will have a free hand how it regulates the UK market (before Brexit OFCOM was an EU institution and governed by pan EU regulations)
TLWilliams.
Posts: 1,806
Opinion:Hold
Price:126.10
Just received
Fri 19:12
I have opted to receive brief updates by e-mail on all the stocks in my portfolios. This arrived very recently:

1. Australia's TPG Telecom has filed proceedings with the country's federal court looking for orders that a proposed merger with Vodafone Hutchison Australia won't lessen competition. Australia's competition regulator earlier this month said it would oppose the A$7.7B deal as it would "substantially" reduce competition, since it would preclude TPG becoming a fourth player in wireless.

2. The European Commission took a 10-day extension to its review of Vodafone's acquisition of assets from Liberty Global. That moves the new deadline to July 23. (This was posted earlier, as was the HSBC upgrade to Buy, which was also included with the update).
Longish
Posts: 538
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:126.10
RE: 5G Event canceled
Fri 18:46
Hi Pokerchips
Standard Chartered forecasts the top 3 countries in the world by purchasing power parity GDP in 2030
1. China: $64.2 trillion
2. India: $46.3 trillion
3. US: $31 trillion

Food for thought
=========================
That's interesting. In the time frame Vodafone is currently positioned to benefit from Vodafone Idea in India and Vodafone US. The Huawei debacle influencethe china relationship, +ve or -ve

Over the same timeframe there will large population migration from Rural to Urban areas bringing more users into fixed mobile converged catchment on all continents except Africa. There will be an overall increase in population living in rural African areas by 2030. I guess the current initiatives with Vodacom, Safaricom and M-Pesa capitalise on this, particularly the benefit of mobile over fixed in rural areas. Ethical investment too as it supports economic growth in some extreme poverty areas.
Pokerchips
Posts: 7,264
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:125.88
RE: Sp
Fri 16:50
"Reasonable day for Vodafone"

Indeed, especially when you look at BT .... and a Friday before a bank holiday weekend .....

Nasdaq Vod : up 2.5% as I type

One to clearly watch from Tuesday

Could see 130p next week ..
AW100
Posts: 114
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:126.10
RE: Sp
Fri 16:45
Reasonable day for Vodafone
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Website Description: Founded Sep.1991.Operates worldwide. Headquarters London, UK. Revenue 40.97 Billion (2016) 107,667 employees (2016) Has a secondary listing on NASDAQ.



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