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Mediaset S.p.A. (MS.MI)

Milan - Milan Delayed price. Currency in EUR
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2.9080-0.0180 (-0.62%)
At close: 5:35PM CEST
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Previous close2.9260
Open2.9260
Bid2.8980 x 0
Ask2.9300 x 0
Day's range2.8960 - 2.9340
52-week range1.4350 - 3.0180
Volume1,321,286
Avg. volume1,948,421
Market cap3.313B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.24
PE ratio (TTM)19.01
EPS (TTM)0.1530
Earnings date11 May 2021
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date23 May 2016
1y target est3.06
  • DAZN nears deal with Mediaset's Publitalia on advertising in Italy -sources
    Reuters

    DAZN nears deal with Mediaset's Publitalia on advertising in Italy -sources

    MILAN (Reuters) -DAZN is nearing a three-year deal to give Mediaset's Publitalia the right to manage advertising on the app's sport streaming service in Italy, three sources told Reuters. In one of the largest deals for the sport streaming app in Europe, DAZN, which is owned by billionaire Len Blavatnik’s Access Industries, has secured the right to screen all Serie A matches in the Italian soccer league home market over the next three seasons for 2.52 billion euros ($3 billion).

  • Proxy advisers Glass Lewis, ISS disagree over Mediaset Dutch base move
    Reuters

    Proxy advisers Glass Lewis, ISS disagree over Mediaset Dutch base move

    ISS and Glass Lewis disagree over a plan by Italian broadcaster Mediaset to move the company's legal base to the Netherlands, proxy adviser documents seen by Reuters showed. ISS recommends shareholders to vote against the proposal while Glass Lewis encourages them to vote in favour. Controlled by the family of former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, Mediaset plans to move its legal headquarters to the Netherlands in a first step to create a pan-European TV champion pursuing alliances with peers.

  • Mediaset presses ProSieben to 'engage' on strategy ahead of AGM
    Reuters

    Mediaset presses ProSieben to 'engage' on strategy ahead of AGM

    Mediaset said it would not seek confrontation at ProSiebenSat.1's annual general meeting on Tuesday but the German broadcaster's largest shareholder pressed home its call to collaborate on strategy. The Italian media group, controlled by the family of former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, wants to bring about cross-border consolidation to enable European broadcasters to compete more effectively for advertising dollars. It has built up a stake of nearly a quarter in ProSieben in support of that goal, but the broadcaster of "Germany's Next Topmodel" has repeatedly rebuffed its overtures, instead diversifying out of entertainment into dating and e-commerce.