|Bid||15.81 x 910400|
|Ask||15.82 x 288200|
|Day's range||15.67 - 15.96|
|52-week range||14.52 - 18.92|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.72|
|PE ratio (TTM)||14.01|
|Earnings date||24 Feb 2022|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.60 (3.72%)|
|Ex-dividend date||06 Apr 2021|
|1y target est||22.84|
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BERLIN (Reuters) -Deutsche Telekom is preparing to sell its troubled IT services unit, T-Systems, Manager Magazin reported on Thursday, citing people familiar with the matter. Business daily Handelsblatt reported separately that Deutsche Telekom was also considering a spin-off of T-Systems, which it has already discussed with the German government, which owns a 30.5% stake of Deutsche Telekom. In any spin-off, Deutsche Telekom and the German government would each hold a third of T-Systems, while the remaining third would be sold to investors, Handelsblatt said, citing people familiar with the matter.
Deutsche Telekom reported core profit above market estimates on Friday and raised its full-year outlook for the third time, boosted by its U.S. unit T-Mobile, along with growth in European business. The company raised its full-year adjusted EBITDA AL to around 38 billion euros, up from the previous outlook of at least 37.2 billion euros. T-Mobile, which accounts for three-fifths of group sales, has been gaining subscribers following its merger with Sprint and as it rolls out its 5G service.