JUVE.MI - Juventus Football Club S.p.A.

Milan - Milan Delayed price. Currency in EUR
-0.006 (-0.723%)
At close: 5:35PM CEST
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Previous close0.761
Bid0.750 x 2162300
Ask0.764 x 12457000
Day's range0.748 - 0.767
52-week range0.283 - 1.040
Avg. volume8,547,446
Market cap760.87M
PE ratio (TTM)16.78
EPS (TTM)0.05
Earnings dateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est0.72
  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Soccer-European clubs rule out further changes to Champions League

    Europe's biggest clubs do not want any more changes to the Champions League in the next few years, they said on Tuesday, promising to avoid a repetition of the 'soap opera' which surrounded the competition last year. UEFA last year announced significant changes to the competition for the 2018-21 cycle, rearranging the group-stage slots in favour of the four top-ranked leagues -- in effect Spain, England, Germany and Italy -- at the expense of the smaller ones. The decision came amid reports that the biggest clubs had held talks over the creation of a so-called Super League if they did not get their way, and was criticised by some of Europe's smaller leagues who said they had not been consulted.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Soccer-Juventus boss Agnelli elected as head of European Club Association

    Juventus boss Andrea Agnelli has been appointed as the new head of the powerful European Club Association , the organisation said on Twitter on Tuesday. The ECA, whose 200-plus members include all of the ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Soccer-Classy Real see off United to win European Super Cup

    Real Madrid beat Manchester United (NYSE: MANU - news) 2-1 on Tuesday to lift the European Super Cup for the fourth time as they became the first team to retain the trophy since AC Milan in 1990. Brazilian midfielder Casemiro struck the opener with a left-foot strike midway through the first half while Spain midfielder Isco consolidated Real's advantage with a slick finish in the 52nd minute at the National Arena in Skopje, Macedonia.

  • Barcelona announce record $800m revenue
    AFP3 months ago

    Barcelona announce record $800m revenue

    Barcelona is ranked the fourth most valuable sports team in the world

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Soccer-United-bound Lukaku says joining 'biggest club in the world'

    Romelu Lukaku said he was delighted to be moving to "the biggest club in the world" after Manchester United (NYSE: MANU - news) agreed a fee to sign the Belgium striker from Premier League rivals Everton. United (Shenzhen: 000925.SZ - news) said on Saturday (Shenzhen: 002291.SZ - news) they had agreed a fee for Lukaku with the Merseyside club, which was reported by British media to be an initial 75 million pounds ($96.68 million). British media said on Sunday that Lukaku had completed his United medical in Los Angeles.

  • Ronaldo stays atop Forbes list of richest athletes
    AFP4 months ago

    Ronaldo stays atop Forbes list of richest athletes

    Real Madrid's Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo is estimated to have earned a total of $93 million between his football salary of $58 million and $35 million in endorsement income

  • Manchester United world's most valuable club - Forbes
    AFP4 months ago

    Manchester United world's most valuable club - Forbes

    Manchester United's players celebrate with the trophy after the UEFA Europa League final football match against Ajax Amsterdam May 24, 2017

  • Real Madrid and Juventus, the business plans
    AFP5 months ago

    Real Madrid and Juventus, the business plans

    Real Madrid have been dethroned by Manchester United as the football club with the biggest revenue in the world

  • Manchester United named most valuable club in Europe
    Sky News5 months ago

    Manchester United named most valuable club in Europe

    Manchester United (NYSE: MANU - news) has been named as Europe's most valuable club in a new report which highlights the growing financial muscle of the Premier League. The analysis by KPMG found there were six sides from England's top flight in the top 10, up by one as Tottenham joined United (Shenzhen: 000925.SZ - news) , Manchester City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool.

  • United ranked as Europe's most valuable football club
    AFP5 months ago

    United ranked as Europe's most valuable football club

    Manchester United have been rated as Europe's most valuable club by a KPMG report into the financial muscle of Europe's top teams

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    Soccer-United outclass Ajax to win Europa League on emotional night

    Manchester United (NYSE: MANU - news) 's Paul Pogba and Henrikh Mkhitaryan scored a goal in each half as their team comfortably outclassed Ajax Amsterdam to win an emotional Europa League final 2-0 and qualify for the group stages of the Champions League. A minute's silence held for the victims of Monday's suicide bombing at a pop concert in Manchester in which 22 people died turned into applause as chants of "Manchester" and "We'll Never Die" bellowed out from the English supporters before the match.

  • Golden era over at AC Milan as Berlusconi bows out
    AFP6 months ago

    Golden era over at AC Milan as Berlusconi bows out

    Han Li (R) and Marco Fassone (L), representatives of Chinese consortium Sino-Europe Sports (SES), arrive in Milan to finalize the deal with Fininvest for AC Milan's takeover by Rossoneri Sport Investment ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus7 months ago

    BT outbids Sky to retain Champions League rights in 1.2 bln stg deal

    BT has beaten arch-rival Sky (Frankfurt: 893517 - news) to retain the rights to broadcast Champions League soccer matches until 2021, agreeing to pay 1.2 billion pounds ($1.45 billion) -- nearly a third more than last time. BT has taken on Sky in the sports rights market but an accounting scandal in Italy and a profit warning in its corporate business had raised questions about its ability to reshape itself as more of a growth-focused, content supplier. "We are paying more but we've got a lot more for it, 35 percent more broadcasting slots for example, and complete exclusivity instead of being shared with ITV," said John Petter, chief executive of BT's consumer business.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 months ago

    Soccer-United's Ibrahimovic strikes twice to win League Cup

    Manchester United (NYSE: MANU - news) 's Zlatan Ibrahimovic proved his hunger for silverware has not diminished with age as the Swede's double earned a 3-2 win over Southampton in an absorbing League Cup final at Wembley (Sao Paolo: R2:WMBY3S.SA - news) on Sunday. After a stirring Saints fightback revived memories of their shock 1976 FA Cup final victory over United and with extra time looming, the 35-year-old Ibrahimovic pounced to head Ander Herrera's cross past goalkeeper Fraser Forster.

  • Manchester United return to top of football rich list
    Sky News9 months ago

    Manchester United return to top of football rich list

    They may be struggling to rediscover past glories on the pitch - but Manchester United are back on top of football's money league for the first time in 12 years. United pipped Real Madrid and Barcelona ...

  • Man Utd dethrone Real Madrid as cash kings
    AFP9 months ago

    Man Utd dethrone Real Madrid as cash kings

    Manchester's Old Trafford Stadium before a match between Manchester United and Arsenal

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 months ago

    Soccer-Europe's richest clubs growing faster than smaller rivals

    Europe's top clubs are expanding more rapidly than their smaller rivals, European soccer's governing body UEFA said on Thursday, adding that tighter regulation had helped to prevent teams from running up big losses. In a report based on the 2015 financial year, UEFA highlighted its concerns over the divide between a handful of rich Western European clubs such as Real Madrid, Barcelona and Manchester United (NYSE: MANU - news) and the rest. "UEFA must remain vigilant and take note of the less positive trends also highlighted in the report, such as a return to high wage growth and the increasing concentration of sponsorship and commercial revenue among a handful of clubs," said UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin.

  • Tevez signs for Shanghai Shenhua - club
    AFP10 months ago

    Tevez signs for Shanghai Shenhua - club

    Former Manchester United, Manchester City and Boca Juniors' striker Carlos Tevez (L) has signed to Shanghai Shenua

  • Manchester United take £51.5m debt penalty in currency hit
    Sky News11 months ago

    Manchester United take £51.5m debt penalty in currency hit

    Manchester United (NYSE: MANU - news) have reported a £51.5m growth in debt as the club grapples with a lack of Champions League football and the collapse in the pound. The Premier League club said first quarter net profits fell 76% to £1.2m from £5m in the same period last year - with operating profits 35% lower. The club blamed their failure to qualify for Europe's top club competition and fewer home games at the start of the 2016/17 season for the financial performance off the pitch during the three months to 30 September.

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