DTE.DE - Deutsche Telekom AG

XETRA - XETRA Delayed price. Currency in EUR
15.175
-0.025 (-0.164%)
At close: 5:35PM CET
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Previous close15.200
Open15.260
Bid0.000 x 910400
Ask0.000 x 288200
Day's range15.025 - 15.270
52-week range14.620 - 18.145
Volume12,976,932
Avg. volume10,817,802
Market cap71.779B
BetaN/A
PE ratio (TTM)128.60
EPS (TTM)0.118
Earnings date22 Feb 2018
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est17.41
  • Germany Experiences Economic, Earnings Disconnect
    Bloomberg Videolast month

    Germany Experiences Economic, Earnings Disconnect

    Nov.09 -- Germany's economic forecast is setting expectations for the most growth since 2011, but not all German companies are sharing in the prosperity according to the latest earnings reports. Bloomberg's Benedict Kammel reports on "Bloomberg Markets: European Close."

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Deutsche Telekom, EWE to invest two billion euros in German fibre buildout

    Deutsche Telekom is partnering with EWE AG to invest 2 billion euros (£1.8 billion) in building out a superfast glass-fibre broadband network in northwestern Germany, the companies said on Wednesday. Germany, Europe's biggest economy, has been slow to upgrade its internet infrastructure and lags behind many other developed countries in terms of its households' access to a fast glass-fibre connection. Deutsche Telekom and EWE plan to set up a 50-50 joint venture, under a memorandum of understanding, that would connect more than a million households in the states of Lower Saxony, North-Rhine Westphalia and Bremen over the next decade.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Deutsche Telekom, EWE to invest 2 billion euros in German fiber buildout

    Deutsche Telekom is partnering with EWE AG [LANDWE.UL] to invest 2 billion euros ($2.4 billion) in building out a superfast glass-fiber broadband network in northwestern Germany, the companies said on Wednesday. Germany, Europe's biggest economy, has been slow to upgrade its internet infrastructure and lags behind many other developed countries in terms of its households' access to a fast glass-fiber connection. Deutsche Telekom and EWE plan to set up a 50-50 joint venture, under a memorandum of understanding, that would connect more than a million households in the states of Lower Saxony, North-Rhine Westphalia and Bremen over the next decade.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    D.Telekom, EWE to invest 2 bln euros in German fibre buildout

    BERLIN, Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 13 (Reuters) - Deutsche Telekom (IOB: 0MPH.IL - news) is partnering with EWE AG to invest 2 billion euros ($2.4 billion) in building out a superfast glass-fibre broadband network in northwestern Germany, the companies said on Wednesday. Germany, Europe's biggest economy, has been slow to upgrade its internet infrastructure and lags behind many other developed countries in terms of its households' access to a fast glass-fibre connection.

  • Market Realist6 days ago

    SoftBank’s Role in the Failed Sprint–T-Mobile Merger

    US-based (SPY) mobile carriers Sprint (S) and T-Mobile (TMUS) announced last month that they decided to cease merger talks.

  • Reuters - UK Focus7 days ago

    Comeback in banks, tech lifts euro zone stocks as Steinhoff collapses

    European shares edged up on Thursday as financial and tech stocks recovered, while troubled furniture retailer Steinhoff sank further, stung by an accounting scandal. Investors recovered their risk appetite, ...

  • Reuters8 days ago

    EU mergers and takeovers (Dec 6)

    BRUSSELS, Dec 6 (Reuters) - The following are mergers under review by the European Commission and a brief guide to the EU merger process: APPROVALS AND WITHDRAWALS -- China's COSCO Shipping to acquire ...

  • Reuters10 days ago

    German regulator flags easier regulation for broadband build-out

    Germany's telecoms industry should accelerate the build-out of the country's high-speed broadband network, its regulator said on Monday, adding it was considering easier regulation on glass-fibre internet to speed the process. Germany has set a goal of providing nationwide internet with speeds of at least 50 megabits per second (mbit/s) in 2018 but the technology relied on by market leader Deutsche Telekom - based on the old copper telephone network - cannot be easily upgraded further. "We can't delay further investments into the distant future and risk missing out on the chances of digitalisation," said Jochen Homann, president of the Federal Network Agency (BNetzA), presenting its annual reports on the telecoms and postal markets.

  • Reuters10 days ago

    German regulator flags easier regulation for broadband build-out

    Germany's telecoms industry should accelerate the build-out of the country's high-speed broadband network, its regulator said on Monday, adding it was considering easier regulation on glass-fiber internet to speed the process. Germany has set a goal of providing nationwide internet with speeds of at least 50 megabits per second (mbit/s) in 2018 but the technology relied on by market leader Deutsche Telekom - based on the old copper telephone network - cannot be easily upgraded further. "We can't delay further investments into the distant future and risk missing out on the chances of digitalization," said Jochen Homann, president of the Federal Network Agency (BNetzA), presenting its annual reports on the telecoms and postal markets.

  • Reuters10 days ago

    German regulator flags easier regulation for broadband build-out

    Germany's telecoms industry should accelerate the build-out of the country's high-speed broadband network, its regulator said on Monday, adding it was considering easier regulation on glass-fiber internet to speed the process. Germany has set a goal of providing nationwide internet with speeds of at least 50 megabits per second (mbit/s) in 2018 but the technology relied on by market leader Deutsche Telekom - based on the old copper telephone network - cannot be easily upgraded further. "We can't delay further investments into the distant future and risk missing out on the chances of digitalization," said Jochen Homann, president of the Federal Network Agency (BNetzA), presenting its annual reports on the telecoms and postal markets.

  • Reuters - UK Focus15 days ago

    Siemens to list Healthineers in Frankfurt next year

    The supervisory board of Siemens AG agreed on Wednesday to prepare to list its Healthineers medical equipment business on the Frankfurt stock exchange in the first half of 2018. The move comes as the German ...

  • T-Mobile Buyback Could Be Fallout From Sprint Deal Collapse
    Investor's Business Daily28 days ago

    T-Mobile Buyback Could Be Fallout From Sprint Deal Collapse

    T-Mobile US stock popped Thursday after its chief financial officer said a stock buyback could be announced as soon as December.

  • Reuters - UK Focus29 days ago

    Cellnex may raise debt levels as European towers deals heat up

    Cellnex, which aims to consolidate the wireless towers markets across Europe, suddenly finds itself in a buyer's market for assets and is ready to raise its debt levels to win certain deals, Chief (Taiwan OTC: 3345.TWO - news) Executive Tobias Martinez Gimeno said on Wednesday. The company, which is especially active in Spain and Italy, has acquired some 25,000 towers across Europe to help wireless operators in six European countries cut the costs of delivering high-speed 4G calling and data services to customers. Earlier on Wednesday, two of Europe's biggest telecom players - Deutsche Telekom (IOB: 0MPH.IL - news) of Germany and Altice (Amsterdam: 28975495.AS - news) of France - told an investor conference they were no longer committed to hanging on to tower network assets and would consider selling them.

  • Deutsche Telekom Sells Data by Turning Clunkers Into Smart Cars
    Bloomberglast month

    Deutsche Telekom Sells Data by Turning Clunkers Into Smart Cars

    Deutsche Telekom AG has a new way to sell wireless contracts -- by turning your clunker into a smart car.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Vodafone lifts profit view as customers ditch wifi for mobile

    Vodafone, the world's second-largest mobile operator, has raised its full-year earnings forecast for the first time in recent history, as customers switch to using more mobile data on their smartphones rather than looking for wifi. The increase came as the company reported a 13 percent rise in first-half adjusted core earnings to 7.4 billion euros ($8.7 billion), comfortably ahead of market forecasts. Vodafone is benefiting from growth in mobile data and higher take-up of its broadband services following heavy investment in both its mobile and fixed-line networks.

  • Germany needs 20 billion euros for broadband upgrade: document
    Reuterslast month

    Germany needs 20 billion euros for broadband upgrade: document

    Germany needs to invest some 20 billion euros ($23 billion) by 2025 on a national broadband upgrade, four parties seeking to form a coalition government said on Friday in a document seen by Reuters. The four parties, which include Chancellor Angela Merkel's Christian Democrats (CDU) and their Bavarian sister party, wrote in a joint paper they would make upgrading to broadband a priority. Germany lags behind other industrialized countries on digitization, and politicians are facing calls to ramp up investment to avert a loss of industrial competitiveness.

  • Reuterslast month

    Germany needs 20 billion euros for broadband upgrade: document

    Germany needs to invest some 20 billion euros ($23 billion) by 2025 on a national broadband upgrade, four parties seeking to form a coalition government said on Friday in a document seen by Reuters. The four parties, which include Chancellor Angela Merkel's Christian Democrats (CDU) and their Bavarian sister party, wrote in a joint paper they would make upgrading to broadband a priority. Germany lags behind other industrialized countries on digitization, and politicians are facing calls to ramp up investment to avert a loss of industrial competitiveness.

  • Deutsche Telekom dials up outlook despite US merger setback
    AFPlast month

    Deutsche Telekom dials up outlook despite US merger setback

    Growth in revenues was strongest at Deutsche Telekom's T-Mobile US division, which gained 13 million new customers in third quarter

  • Deutsche Telekom still open to T-Mobile deal, raises guidance
    Reuterslast month

    Deutsche Telekom still open to T-Mobile deal, raises guidance

    Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) left the door open to a merger of its T-Mobile US business (TMUS.O) days after the collapse of a deal between its U.S. business and Sprint Corp (S.N). Europe's largest telecoms company, which has a 64 percent stake in T-Mobile, also nudged up its annual core profit forecast on Thursday. CEO Tim Hoettges said he regarded Japan's Masayoshi Son, the head of Sprint Corp's main owner Softbank Group (9984.T), as one of the world's leading businessmen even after the two failed to agree terms.

  • Reuterslast month

    Deutsche Telekom CEO: T-Mobile U.S. can stand alone but open to consolidation

    Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) CEO Tim Hoettges said its T-Mobile US (TMUS.O) unit was ideally positioned for an independent future after the failure of merger talks with Sprint Corp (S.N), but left the door open to consolidation. Hoettges flew 50,000 km in seven days in a bid to save the deal to unite the third- and fourth-largest U.S. market players, only to call it off last weekend because, he later told staff, it would not have added value.

  • Deutsche Telekom raises guidance after collapse of U.S. deal
    Reuterslast month

    Deutsche Telekom raises guidance after collapse of U.S. deal

    Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) reported a gain of 3.3 percent in third-quarter core profits and raised its outlook for 2017 as it tries to move on from the collapse of a merger between its T-Mobile US (TMUS.O) unit and Sprint Corp (S.N). Europe's largest telecom company raised its forecast for 2017 adjusted earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) to 22.4 to 22.5 billion euros (19.79 billion pounds to 19.88 billion pounds) from 22.3 billion euros, and confirmed its forecast for free cash flow at 5.5 billion euros. "Deutsche Telekom continues to post strong growth, which is why we are upgrading our forecast for the second time this year," CEO Tim Hoettges said in a statement.

  • Merkel's party opposes Telekom selloff to fund broadband upgrade: sources
    Reuterslast month

    Merkel's party opposes Telekom selloff to fund broadband upgrade: sources

    FRANKFURT/BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany's ruling conservatives oppose selling the state's holding in Deutsche Telekom to raise billions of euros for a national broadband upgrade, preferring instead to divest stock in Deutsche Post, a senior source said. Yes we can," said the source, from Chancellor Angela Merkel's Christian Democratic Union. The source added that "if we were to think at all" about selling off government interests, state-held shares in Deutsche Post could go first as that company is less sensitive to national security concerns.

  • Merkel's party opposes Telekom selloff to fund broadband upgrade: sources
    Reuterslast month

    Merkel's party opposes Telekom selloff to fund broadband upgrade: sources

    FRANKFURT/BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany's ruling conservatives oppose selling the state's holding in Deutsche Telekom to raise billions of euros for a national broadband upgrade, preferring instead to divest stock in Deutsche Post, a senior source said. Yes we can," said the source, from Chancellor Angela Merkel's Christian Democratic Union. The source added that "if we were to think at all" about selling off government interests, state-held shares in Deutsche Post could go first as that company is less sensitive to national security concerns.

  • Reuterslast month

    T-Mobile-Sprint merger would not have created value - D.Telekom CEO

    Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) ended talks on a merger between its T-Mobile US (TMUS.O) business and Sprint Corp (S.N) because it would not have created value, CEO Tim Hoettges told staff after the deal collapsed at the weekend. Hoettges said he flew 50,000 km in seven days to try to save the deal, meeting Masayoshi Son, head of Sprint owner Softbank Corp (9984.T), at his private home in Tokyo only for the two sides to decide against a deal.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    European shares take a breather near two-year highs

    European shares ended the day in positive territory on Monday after a session in which promising euro zone economic data and rising oil prices failed to offset some earnings and corporate news disappointment. ...

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