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ProSiebenSat.1 Media SE (0QG9.IL)

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7.97-0.20 (-2.50%)
At close: 06:10PM BST
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Previous close8.17
Bid7.89 x 0
Ask8.09 x 0
Day's range7.96 - 8.21
52-week range7.78 - 16.97
Avg. volume259,780
Market cap1.809B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.52
PE ratio (TTM)7.12
EPS (TTM)1.12
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.80 (9.79%)
Ex-dividend date06 May 2022
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    Italy's MFE calls for individual votes on ProSieben board members

    BERLIN (Reuters) -ProSiebenSat.1's top investor has asked for individual votes on executive and supervisory board members at next month's shareholder meeting, potentially complicating the German media group's attempts to get its nominees approved. MediaForEurope (MFE), controlled by the family of former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi and previously known as Mediaset, holds a voting stake of more than 25% in ProSieben and has had at times tense relations with the German group. MFE, which also operates commercial broadcasters in Italy and in Spain, invested in ProSieben in 2019 as part of a cross-border strategy to tackle challenges posed by streaming giants and online advertising platforms.

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    ProSieben says top investor MFE rejects supervisory board deal

    BERLIN/MILAN (Reuters) -ProSiebenSat.1 said on Monday that MediaForEurope (MFE) had rejected the offer of a seat on the supervisory board of the German broadcaster, suggesting that no compromise has been reached with its top investor ahead of a May shareholder vote. MFE, which is controlled by the family of former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, has called for closer cooperation with Munich-based ProSieben, in which it has a voting stake of more than 25%. The Milan-listed group has also asked ProSieben to engage in talks over strategy, focusing on its core TV business.

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    MFE rules out ProSieben bid for now, presses on strategy

    BERLIN/MILAN (Reuters) -Broadcaster MediaForEurope (MFE) has no plans to make a takeover bid for German competitor ProSiebenSat.1 at the moment, the Italian firm's finance chief Marco Giordani told daily Handelsblatt. Were it to surpass a 30% stake, MFE would have to make a mandatory offer to the remaining ProSieben shareholders according to German law. "It is not easy for us to understand how to create long-term value in a conglomerate consisting of TV, e-commerce and dating portals," Giordani said.