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Telecom Italia S.p.A. (0GA3.L)

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0.2090-0.0141 (-6.30%)
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Previous close0.2231
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Day's range0.2075 - 0.2077
52-week range0.2075 - 0.2077
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Beta (5Y monthly)1.07
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    Telecom Italia renegotiates soccer streaming deal with DAZN - sources

    Telecom Italia (TIM) has agreed to restructure its partnership with DAZN, giving up the exclusive right to distribute the video streaming app in Italy in return for a lower fee, two sources close to the matter said on Wednesday. Italy's biggest phone group last year entered into a distribution partnership with DAZN, which had secured domestic broadcasting rights for Italy's top flight Serie A soccer in a 2.5 billion euro three-year deal. Terms of the new contract between TIM and DAZN are set to be discussed at a Telecom Italia board meeting on Wednesday together with second-quarter results, the sources said, cautioning any deal need to receive the backing of the board.