Vodafone has got a grip on its own costs while grinding out cashflow in Europe and has invested in new internet services to retain customers. It also has enviable positions in growing emerging markets including Africa, where it owns 65pc of Vodacom, which has ambitions to expand further beyond its dominant share of the South African market. With Vodafone's shares offering a healthy 5.4pc yield, they remain a buy, says the Telegraph. [14 Apr '10]
After threatening to hit a new intra-day high the FTSE 100 index saw its advance checked in the final hour of trading as profit takers moved in ahead of the Federal Reserve's decision on interest rates later today. [16 Mar '10]
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