|Bid||9.316 x 162400|
|Ask||9.318 x 80000|
|Day's range||9.311 - 9.473|
|52-week range||7.610 - 10.630|
|PE ratio (TTM)||20.13|
|Earnings date||27 Jul 2017|
|Dividend & yield||0.67 (6.72%)|
|1y target est||N/A|
Europe's largest mobile telecoms companies called on European Union governments on Monday to end their resistance to awarding wireless spectrum licences for at least 25 years to encourage investment and innovation. In a letter to European ministers meeting in Estonia, the companies said they were deeply concerned about discussions in Brussels over spectrum reform and a failure to create the right framework would affect all industries relying on the internet. "Failure to establish a well-functioning and investment-friendly spectrum framework risks stifling innovation, growth and development for decades to come," chief executives from nine European telecoms firms wrote.
Rating Action: Moody's assigns A3/ Aaa.mx ratings to Mexico Tower Partners Wireless Tower-Backed Securitization. Global Credit Research- 13 Jul 2017. MXN $2,125,000,000 of asset-backed securities rated....
A British plan to limit the amount of spectrum the biggest mobile operators can win at an upcoming auction earned a stinging rebuke on Tuesday from the smallest provider Three for not going far enough, raising the prospect of more delays for the industry. Setting out plans for spectrum needed to increase internet speeds, communications regulator Ofcom said it would cap the amount that could be won by market leader BT/EE and by Vodafone in a bid to maintain competition in the sector. "Ofcom's proposal is a kick in the teeth for all consumers," said Dave Dyson, Chief Executive of Three UK.