LBTYA - Liberty Global plc

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32.47
-0.12 (-0.37%)
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Previous close32.59
Open32.56
Bid32.19 x 100
Ask32.98 x 100
Day's range31.65 - 32.67
52-week range28.17 - 37.69
Volume1,120,216
Avg. volume2,070,104
Market cap31.71B
Beta1.60
PE ratio (TTM)35.68
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target estN/A
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  • Buy 4 Pay-TV Service Providers Despite Weak Seasonality
    Zacks13 days ago

    Buy 4 Pay-TV Service Providers Despite Weak Seasonality

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  • Reuters - UK Focus15 days ago

    European telecoms companies' hopes of lighter regulation dashed by EU

    BRUSSELS, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 2 (Reuters) - European Union lawmakers have dashed large telecoms companies' hopes for lighter regulation as part of efforts to encourage investment in superfast internet networks. The European Parliament's Industry committee voted on Monday to limit the regulatory sweeteners given to operators investing in new networks together and gave regulators greater powers to force companies to give rivals access to their networks. The costs of running optic fibre into households are high and telecoms operators such as Orange (LSE: 0OQV.L - news) , Deutsche Telekom and Telecom Italia (Amsterdam: TI6.AS - news) have long complained that the current rules forcing them to open up their networks to competitors at regulated prices do not allow them a decent return on investment.

  • Barrons.com18 days ago

    [$$] Blue Skies Ahead for Malone's LiLAC Group

    Investing alongside billionaire cable-tv magnate John Malone has been a lucrative strategy for more than 30 years. In the past year, several Malone-controlled companies have been big stock market winners, including Liberty Braves Group (BATRK), a tracking stock reflecting ownership of the Atlanta Braves baseball team. One sleeper in the Liberty universe is LiLAC Group (LILAK), a tracking stock issued in July 2015 by European cable operator Liberty Global (LBTYA).

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    BUZZ-European Telcos: Rally is warranted - DB

    ** Deutsche Bank says growth should pick up in the European telecom services sector from Q4 and advises to buy telcos ahead of an overdue rally ** "...Telco valuations and relative earnings potential ...

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Vodafone looking at investing in full-fibre network in Britain

    Vodafone is looking at investing in laying ultrafast full-fibre broadband connections to homes and businesses in Britain if it can find partners to share the costs, a top executive said on Wednesday. The mobile network operator said on Monday it would spend 2 billion euros on new full-fibre connections in Germany and also has invested in fixed line broadband networks in Italy, Portugal and Spain. Vodafone UK CEO Nick Jeffery said he had the capital available to make an investment in Britain.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Vodafone to spend 2 bln euros on German fibre network

    LONDON/FRANKFURT, Sept 11 (Reuters) - Vodafone is to spend about 2 billion euros ($2.4 billion) on providing new ultrafast fibre broadband connections to homes and businesses in Germany, throwing down the gauntlet to rivals, including former state-owned monopoly Deutsche Telekom (IOB: 0MPH.IL - news) . The British company said on Monday it is to invest 1.4-1.6 billion euros in a so-called Giga-Business project to connect 100,000 companies in 2,000 business parks in Germany, teaming up with Deutsche Glasfaser and other specialist fibre and infrastructure players.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Germany grants 865 mln euros of subsidies in broadband push

    Germany has granted 865 million euros ($1 billion) of subsidies for high-speed, fibre-based telecom networks in a fourth round of funding decisions, the German digital infrastructure ministry said in a statement as it seeks to bring fast internet to all parts of the country. * These subsidies are for projects worth a total 1.8 billion euros, it said on Thursday. * "With (Other OTC: WWTH - news) these decisions, we are adding around 85,000 kilometres of new fibre optic networks and are bringing turbo-internet to under-supplied regions," Transport and Infrastructure Minister Alexander Dobrindt said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Dutch telco KPN's profit lifted by cost cuts, retail gains

    Cost cutting and new retail customers helped KPN narrowly beat market expectations with a 1.5 percent rise in second-quarter core earnings on Wednesday, lifting its shares. The Netherlands' largest telecoms ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Contract offers help TalkTalk to add 20,000 broadband customers

    Britain's TalkTalk added 20,000 broadband customers to its network over the last three months, helped by take-up of its longer-term fixed price contracts. The company, under the new leadership team of executive chairman Charles Dunstone and chief executive Tristia Harrison, is returning to its roots as a low-cost challenger to BT, Sky (Frankfurt: 893517 - news) and Virgin Media. Harrison said she expected revenue to return to growth as the year progressed.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    British broadcaster ITV poaches CEO from airline easyJet

    British broadcaster ITV has poached easyJet boss Carolyn McCall to be its next chief executive, hoping she can continue a record of delivering returns for shareholders in the face of intense competition. McCall, who was CEO at newspaper publisher Guardian Media Group before moving to easyJet in 2010, will start at ITV on Jan. 8, replacing Adam Crozier, who has already stepped down.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    BUZZ-KPN: Barclays ups to "overweight" as 3-player potential remains

    ** Barclays raises Dutch telco to "overweight"; shares near top of Amsterdam-listed blue chip index ** Analysts write that Dutch telco regulator shows pragmatism around four-to-three Mobile consolidation; ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    Sky and Virgin Media join forces for targeted TV advertising

    British pay-TV rivals Sky (Amsterdam: BK8.AS - news) and Liberty Global (Frankfurt: A1W0FL - news) 's Virgin Media will team up to offer advertisers access to more than 30 million TV viewers in Britain and Ireland (Other OTC: IRLD - news) . The partnership, which covers both broadcast and video on demand (VOD) advertising, will make use of Sky (Frankfurt: 893517 - news) 's AdSmart targeted advertising platform as well as Liberty Global's technology, Sky said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    Liberty's interest in Vodafone, ITV thwarted by valuations -Malone

    Liberty Global (Frankfurt: A1W0FL - news) 's John Malone says he is open to doing separate deals with Vodafone and British broadcaster ITV (Frankfurt: A0BLQP - news) , but has yet to make the valuations work. Malone told the Financial Times in an interview that Liberty "just couldn't quite get there on valuation," with Vodafone. "The door is always open and the telephone number is published," Malone told the FT.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    Repeat showing for ITV's ad market as Crozier bows out

    ITV (Frankfurt: A0BLQP - news) said its advertising revenue could fall by nearly 10 percent in the first half of the year, as intense competition and weak markets meant outgoing boss Adam Crozier prepared to sign off with the company facing familiar problems. Crozier, who has restored the British broadcaster's fortunes during his seven years in charge by reducing its reliance on advertising and expanding its production business, is leaving at the end of June. "ITV's overall performance and the shape of the UK advertising market are very much as we anticipated and our guidance for the full year remains unchanged," Crozier said, adding that the economic environment remained uncertain.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    TalkTalk cuts dividend to fund chase for customer growth

    TalkTalk founder Charles Dunstone said earnings would fall this year and halved the annual dividend to help fund measures designed to return the broadband provider to its roots as the low-cost challenger to BT, Virgin and Sky (Frankfurt: 893517 - news) . Dunstone, who took on the role of executive chairman this month and owns around 31 percent of the company, set out the scale and cost of the task ahead and made his priorities clear. Shares in the group fell as much as 17 percent to a five-month low of 151 pence, and were trading down 10.7 percent at 1015 GMT as analysts said the cost of Dunstone's strategy had wrongfooted some investors.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    TalkTalk cuts final dividend in drive to grow customer base

    British broadband company TalkTalk's cut its dividend on Wednesday as founder Charles Dunstone, who became executive chairman earlier this month, said he would focus on returning the business to customer ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    ITV boss Crozier to quit after seven years at the broadcaster

    ITV (Frankfurt: A0BLQP - news) boss Adam Crozier, who has restored the British broadcaster's fortunes by reducing its reliance on advertising and expanding its production business, will step down next month after seven years in charge, the company said on Wednesday. Finance Director Ian Griffiths will take on additional responsibilities as chief operating officer and will lead the group until a successor is found, ITV said, helped by Chairman Peter Bazalgette, who will become executive chairman in the interim. Crozier, who has grown ITV's production operations by buying independent producers in Britain and overseas, will leave at the end of June.

  • Reuters - UK Focus7 months ago

    Britain's Ofcom plans to cut some BT wholesale broadband prices

    Britain's telecoms regulator said on Friday it plans to cut the wholesale price that network operator BT can charge other service providers for "superfast" broadband connections with download speeds of up to 40 Mbits per second, to encourage investment in faster services. Ofcom said it expected the lower charges to be passed on to residential customers, increasing competition in the superfast retail market. Wholesale pricing will remain unregulated for BT Openreach's ultrafast full-fibre and turbo-charged G.Fast (Shanghai: 600391.SS - news) copper-based services in order to encourage companies to construct their own rival networks.

  • Reuters - UK Focus7 months ago

    BUZZ-Vodafone rises on renewed Liberty Global speculation

    ** Vodafone rises 1.4 pct after a report late Wednesday says it has restarted talks with Liberty Global http://bit.ly/2nuCxrM ** Vodafone CEO Vittorio Colao said last month: "Vodafone-Liberty Global ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus7 months ago

    Liberty, Zain invest in emerging markets streaming video provider

    Liberty Global (Frankfurt: A1W0FL - news) , the international telecommunications company controlled by American tycoon John Malone, and Zain, a Kuwait-based telecommunications operator, are investing in iflix, a Malaysian provider of streaming video, iflix announced on Tuesday. Liberty and Zain, along with existing shareholders Sky PLC (Frankfurt: 893517 - news) , venture capital firm Catcha Group and Los Angeles-based merchant bank Evolution Media Capital, invested $90 million in iflix, the companies announced Tuesday.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 months ago

    Stung by widespread criticism, BT vows to up its game

    BT, Britain's biggest telecoms group, vowed to improve its customer service for both the millions of residential consumers and the other telecoms companies that rely on its network after being stung by widespread criticism. Chief Executive Gavin Patterson said the company had been taken aback by the criticism it received in a regulatory review of the industry which focused on BT's Openreach unit that runs the national broadband network. "Around the DCR (Digital Communications Review), I think it is fair to say we underestimated the degree of criticism in our service and in our levels of investment, this has eroded trust in our brand," he said at the Deloitte and Enders Analysis Media & Telecoms conference on Thursday.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 months ago

    ITV's production arm shields it from advertising decline

    British broadcaster ITV said a strong performance from its programme making business helped it to weather the first decline in advertising revenue since 2009. ITV (Frankfurt: A0BLQP - news) , which broadcasts long-running soap opera "Coronation Street" and police drama "Broadchurch", said advertising revenue was likely to fall six percent in the first four months of 2017. ITV Chief Executive Adam Crozier said traditional TV spot advertising now accounted for less than half of ITV's revenues.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 months ago

    EU open to compromise on some parts of mobile industry agenda

    The European Commission is opening up to some policy changes that telecoms companies want but is still but resisting mobile operators' efforts to merge with competitors inside national markets, executives said on Tuesday. The CEOs of Vodafone and Orange used an annual mobile industry gathering here to renew calls to regulators to help operators build scale and boost investment after years of what they see as overly consumer-friendly policies that cut into revenues.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 months ago

    Vodafone calls on Brussels for help replacing lost roaming revenue

    The European Commission should help telecom firms by cutting spectrum costs and allowing more mergers to help offset the loss of revenue from the end of roaming charges in Europe, Vodafone Chief Executive Vittorio Colao said on Tuesday. Speaking on the sidelines of the annual Mobile World Congress, Colao said he had a good meeting with Andrus Ansip, Europe's digital single market commissioner. "There continues to be a missing element in the debate: the awareness of how much investment is needed and how low the returns are," Colao told reporters in Barcelona.

  • Liberty Global shares skyrocket after subscriber growth
    CNBC8 months ago

    Liberty Global shares skyrocket after subscriber growth

    Shares of Liberty Global climbed more than 15 percent on Thursday after the company released its fourth quarter fiscal report on Wednesday.

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