SCMN.VX - Swisscom AG

Swiss - Swiss Delayed price. Currency in CHF
460.50
-4.10 (-0.88%)
At close: 5:31PM CEST
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Previous close464.60
Open466.30
Bid470.00 x 27900
Ask465.00 x 10000
Day's range459.00 - 466.60
52-week range438.60 - 478.50
Volume217,933
Avg. volume112,891
Market cap23.854B
Beta (3Y monthly)N/A
PE ratio (TTM)15.19
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est481.58
  • Sunrise hits snag after announcing $6.3 billion deal for Liberty Global's Swiss assets
    Reuters2 months ago

    Sunrise hits snag after announcing $6.3 billion deal for Liberty Global's Swiss assets

    Sunrise said earlier on Thursday that it had agreed to buy UPC Switzerland from John Malone's Liberty Global and that it would finance the transaction with a $4.1 billion rights issue. The acquisition will bolster Sunrise's position against Switzerland's dominant mobile and internet provider Swisscom and comes as Malone is cashing out of some of his European investments. In a potential obstacle, however, Freenet, which owns a nearly 25 percent stake in Sunrise, said it would not participate in the rights issue, arguing that it saddles existing investors with all the risk.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Sunrise challenges Swisscom with $6.3 bln deal for Liberty Global's assets

    Liberty Global is the vehicle of U.S. cable pioneer John Malone, who is cashing out of some of his European investments. Sunrise shares fell as much as 13 percent after the company said on Thursday it had agreed to purchase Liberty's UPC Switzerland as it said it would be accompanied by a 4.1 billion Swiss franc ($4.1 billion) rights issue. Sunrise said it will pay Liberty Global around 2.7 billion francs in cash and assume 3.6 billion Swiss francs of UPC's debt.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Sunrise challenges Swisscom with $6.29 billion deal for Liberty Global assets

    The purchase of Liberty's UPC Switzerland, to be accompanied by a 4.1 billion francs rights issue, bolsters Sunrise's position as Switzerland's second largest telecoms company, and follows Liberty Global's sale of its Austrian business to T-Mobile Austria last year. Sunrise will pay Liberty Global 2.6 billion Swiss francs in cash, and assume 3.6 billion Swiss francs of UPC's debt, the company said in a statement.

  • Swisscom cannot be forced to block illegal film websites: court
    Reuters2 months ago

    Swisscom cannot be forced to block illegal film websites: court

    Swiss telecom company Swisscom cannot be forced to block access to foreign internet sites that illegally make films available, the highest Swiss court said on Wednesday, ending a three-year-old copyright case brought by a local film company. The Swiss Supreme Court dismissed the complaint of the company, Zurich-based Praesens-Film, that owns the Swiss rights for numerous films and had demanded Swisscom deploy technology to block downloads or streaming access. The decision, which confirms a lower-court ruling, concluded that in order for Swisscom to be forced to block the sites in question, it would have to be a participant in the copyright infringement.

  • Telecoms watchdog says Swisscom overcharged rivals
    Reuters2 months ago

    Telecoms watchdog says Swisscom overcharged rivals

    Switzerland's Federal Communications Commission (ComCom) has retroactively cut some regulated prices that Swisscom charges rivals, the agency said on Tuesday after concluding that some of its prices were too high. "Responding to requests from Sunrise and Salt, the Federal Communications Commission has reviewed the prices charged for the regulated telecoms services offered by Swisscom. In many cases, these prices have been reduced with retroactive effect for the 2013–2016 period," it said in a statement.

  • Swisscom, Sunrise, Salt pay $380 million for Swiss 5G frequencies
    Reuters2 months ago

    Swisscom, Sunrise, Salt pay $380 million for Swiss 5G frequencies

    Swisscom, Sunrise and Salt have paid a relatively modest 380 million Swiss francs (292 million pounds) for fifth-generation wireless frequencies that will tighten their grip on the Swiss mobile market. The three were able to secure an attractively priced deal after a fourth company, London-based newcomer Dense Air, dropped out of the process, auction results showed on Friday. The exit of Dense Air -- part of the Airspan Group that hosts 4G and 5G mobile phone networks in Europe, Australia and New Zealand -- also removes a potential rival for the three companies in the already crowded Swiss mobile market.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Swisscom, Sunrise, Salt pay $380 mln for Swiss 5G frequencies

    Swisscom (IOB: 0QKI.IL - news) , Sunrise (Shenzhen: 002256.SZ - news) and Salt have paid a relatively modest 380 million Swiss francs ($379 million) for fifth-generation wireless frequencies that will tighten their grip on the Swiss mobile market. The three were able to secure an attractively priced deal after a fourth company, London-based newcomer Dense Air, dropped out of the process, auction results showed on Friday. The exit of Dense Air -- part of the Airspan Group that hosts 4G and 5G mobile phone networks in Europe, Australia and New Zealand -- also removes a potential rival for the three companies in the already crowded Swiss mobile market.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Swisscom highlights fierce competition, posts in-line results

    Swisscom said it faced "fierce" competition with global internet companies while reporting 2018 net profit that matched expectations amid looming market consolidation in Switzerland. The internet, mobile phone and digital television provider reported net profit down 3 percent to 1.52 billion Swiss francs (£1.2 billion), matching estimates in an Infront Data poll. The company, which is 51 percent owned by the Swiss government, proposed paying an unchanged dividend of 22 francs per share, in line with its previous guidance.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Swisscom well placed to handle Swiss consolidation - CEO

    ZURICH (Reuters) - Swisscom is well placed to handle the fallout from potential merger activity that will sharpen competition in Switzerland's telecommunications market, Chief Executive Urs Schaeppi said ...

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Switzerland's Sunrise in takeover talks for Liberty Global unit

    Analysts have said a tie-up makes sense, given that Sunrise and UPC's fixed and mobile services would make the combined entity a stronger rival to the dominance of state-controlled Swisscom. "We also see 1-2 billion Swiss francs ($1 billion to $2 billion) of potential synergies," Barclays analysts said.

  • Simply Wall St.4 months ago

    How Does Swisscom AG (VTX:SCMN) Fare As A Dividend Stock?

    Over the past 10 years Swisscom AG (VTX:SCMN) has been paying dividends to shareholders. The company currently pays out a dividend yield of 4.6% to shareholders, making it a relatively Read More...

  • Simply Wall St.6 months ago

    How Should Investors React To Swisscom AG’s (VTX:SCMN) CEO Pay?

    In 2013 Urs Schaeppi was appointed CEO of Swisscom AG (VTX:SCMN). This analysis aims first to contrast CEO compensation with other large companies. Next, we’ll consider growth that the business Read More...

  • Simply Wall St.6 months ago

    What You Must Know About Swisscom AG’s (VTX:SCMN) Financial Strength

    Investors seeking to preserve capital in a volatile environment might consider large-cap stocks such as Swisscom AG (VTX:SCMN) a safer option. Big corporations are much sought after by risk-averse investors Read More...

  • Italy Fetches About $7.5 Billion in 5G Airwaves Auction
    Bloomberg7 months ago

    Italy Fetches About $7.5 Billion in 5G Airwaves Auction

    The two-week bidding process that ended late Tuesday saw prices of some of the most coveted airwaves soar as companies battled for a chance to offer the 5G services, which bring faster download speeds for videos and gaming and will help to facilitate self-driving cars and connect a multitude of devices. The industry’s final bill is more than twice what the government had expected and will leave investors wondering how the companies will turn a profit on 5G once the networks are installed. Telecom Italia SpA and Vodafone Group Plc each committed to pay about 2.4 billion euros ($2.8 billion) for the largest blocks.

  • Are Swisscom AG (VTX:SCMN) Shareholders Getting A Good Deal?
    Simply Wall St.7 months ago

    Are Swisscom AG (VTX:SCMN) Shareholders Getting A Good Deal?

    Swisscom AG (VTX:SCMN) shareholders, and potential investors, need to understand how much cash the business makes from its core operational activities, as well as how much is invested back intoRead More...

  • Ericsson Inks 5G IP Transport Network Deal With Swisscom
    Zacks7 months ago

    Ericsson Inks 5G IP Transport Network Deal With Swisscom

    Leveraging Ericsson's (ERIC) Router 6000, Swisscom aims to provide end-to-end 5G transport network from radio base stations to the data center

  • Calculating The Intrinsic Value Of Swisscom AG (VTX:SCMN)
    Simply Wall St.8 months ago

    Calculating The Intrinsic Value Of Swisscom AG (VTX:SCMN)

    I am going to run you through how I calculated the intrinsic value of Swisscom AG (VTX:SCMN) by taking the expected future cash flows and discounting them to today’s value.Read More...

  • What Makes Swisscom AG (VTX:SCMN) A Great Dividend Stock?
    Simply Wall St.8 months ago

    What Makes Swisscom AG (VTX:SCMN) A Great Dividend Stock?

    Swisscom AG (VTX:SCMN) is a true Dividend Rock Star. Its yield of 4.80% makes it one of the market’s top dividend payer. In the past ten years, Swisscom has alsoRead More...

  • Want To Invest In Swisscom AG (VTX:SCMN)? Here’s How It Performed Lately
    Simply Wall St.10 months ago

    Want To Invest In Swisscom AG (VTX:SCMN)? Here’s How It Performed Lately

    In this article, I will take a look at Swisscom AG’s (VTX:SCMN) most recent earnings update (31 March 2018) and compare these latest figures against its performance over the pastRead More...

  • Reuterslast year

    Swisscom meets first-quarter expectations despite difficult market

    TV, internet and mobile phone services provider Swisscom AG met first-quarter forecasts on Wednesday and retained its annual targets despite what CEO Urs Schaeppi described as a "persistently difficult environment". Earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) fell 1.4 percent to 1.058 billion Swiss francs ($1.06 billion) versus the 1.050 billion forecast by analysts polled by Reuters. Revenue increased by 1.9 percent to 2.885 billion francs versus the 2.829 billion forecast by analysts, the government-controlled company said.

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