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Cellnex Telecom, S.A. (CLNX.MC)

MCE - MCE Delayed price. Currency in EUR
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42.74+0.03 (+0.07%)
At close: 05:35PM CEST
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Previous close42.71
Bid42.79 x 0
Ask42.78 x 0
Day's range42.44 - 43.48
52-week range35.39 - 61.92
Avg. volume1,506,181
Market cap28.689B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.41
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.59
Earnings date04 Nov 2022
Forward dividend & yield0.05 (0.11%)
Ex-dividend date15 Jun 2022
1y target est61.53
  • Reuters

    Cellnex to grow existing markets after failed DT towers bid

    Spain's Cellnex said on Thursday it would consolidate and expand in its 12 existing European markets after a failed bid for Deutsche Telekom's (DT) towers business. The 51% stake was clinched by Brookfield and DigitalBridge in a deal that valued the business at 17.5 billion euros ($17.9 billion). The deal would have allowed Cellnex to enter Germany.

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    Cellnex withdraws offer for Deutsche Telekom's $18 billion towers unit

    LONDON/MADRID (Reuters) -Spain's Cellnex said on Wednesday it was withdrawing its offer for a stake in Deutsche Telekom's towers business, paving the way for a competing bid from a consortium led by KKR to secure the estimated 18 billion euro ($18.02 billion) deal. The sale process, which kicked off in March, has seen strategic bidders and infrastructure funds compete for a stake in the masts unit known as Deutsche Funkturm GmbH (DFMG). Spain's Cellnex offered Deutsche Telekom a small stake in its business as part of a binding offer which was backed by Canada's Brookfield Asset Management.

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    Cellnex offers stake to Deutsche Telekom as part of towers bid -sources

    LONDON (Reuters) -Spain's Cellnex has offered Deutsche Telekom a small stake in its business as part of efforts to take control of the German firm's towers unit in a deal worth about 18 billion euros ($18.8 billion), sources told Reuters. Cellnex, Europe's largest mobile phone tower operator, recently submitted a binding offer for Deutsche Funkturm GmbH (DFMG), Deutsche Telekom's towers business, four sources close to the matter said on condition of anonymity. The bid plan, backed by Canada's Brookfield Asset Management, would also allow Deutsche Telekom to retain a minority stake in DFMG, one of the sources said.