TELIA.ST - Telia Company AB (publ)

Stockholm - Stockholm Real-time price. Currency in SEK
41.49
-0.57 (-1.36%)
At close: 5:29PM CEST
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Previous close42.06
Open0.00
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range41.49 - 42.16
52-week range35.42 - 44.02
Volume5,548,251
Avg. volume11,588,453
Market cap178.903B
Beta0.48
PE ratio (TTM)89.61
EPS (TTM)0.46
Earnings date20 Jul 2018
Forward dividend & yield1.15 (2.71%)
Ex-dividend date2018-10-19
1y target est42.24
  • Norway's Telenor fined $96 million by competition watchdog
    Reuters3 days ago

    Norway's Telenor fined $96 million by competition watchdog

    Norway's Competition Authority fined Telenor (TEL.OL) 788 million crowns (73.15 million pounds) on Thursday, saying the country's largest telecoms provider had abused its dominant market position. The case concerned the planned introduction of a third mobile phone network in Norway to compete with those of Telenor and Sweden's Telia Company (TELIA.ST), which the Norwegian company had resisted, the regulator said. From 2007, Network Norway and Tele2 jointly sought to build a third nationwide mobile phone network, and bought access for its customers to Telenor's network for the areas it had not yet developed.

  • Telia Seeks Solution for Denmark as Asian Chapter Draws to Close
    Bloomberg7 days ago

    Telia Seeks Solution for Denmark as Asian Chapter Draws to Close

    Now that investors have stopped badgering Telia AB Chief Executive Officer Johan Dennelind about how his plan to exit Central Asian markets is progressing, he’s turning to an eyesore closer to home: Denmark.

  • Reuters24 days ago

    Telia CFO reassures investors on share buybacks despite M&A plans

    Nordic and Baltic telecoms operator Telia Company (TELIA.ST) will return cash to shareholders as planned despite talks to buy Sweden's Bonnier Broadcasting, its finance chief said. Telia's exit from its previous growth engine in central Asia, which it began in 2015, has contributed to a strong balance sheet, raising expectations for generous shareholder payouts. "I feel very comfortable about our balance sheet and we very much nurse for dividend and buy-backs, which are not to be affected if this kind of transaction would happen," Telia Chief Financial Officer Christian Luiga told Reuters in an interview late on Tuesday.

  • Reuters - UK Focus24 days ago

    Telia CFO reassures investors on share buybacks despite M&A plans

    Nordic and Baltic telecoms operator Telia Company (LSE: 0H6X.L - news) will return cash to shareholders as planned despite talks to buy Sweden's Bonnier Broadcasting, its finance chief said. Telia's exit from its previous growth engine in central Asia, which it began in 2015, has contributed to a strong balance sheet, raising expectations for generous shareholder payouts. "I feel very comfortable about our balance sheet and we very much nurse for dividend and buy-backs, which are not to be affected if this kind of transaction would happen," Telia Chief Financial Officer Christian Luiga told Reuters in an interview late on Tuesday.

  • Reuters29 days ago

    Sweden's Telia in talks to buy Bonnier's broadcasting business

    Telecom group Telia (TELIA.ST) confirmed it is in talks to buy Bonnier's broadcasting business, seeking to add TV content in a deal which a media report said could be worth 10-12 billion crowns ($1.2-$1.4 billion). The initial report by Swedish magazine Resume, citing sources, prompted a brief trading halt in Telia shares, which fell as much as 4 percent after the news, and were down 2.7 percent by 1240 GMT. Telia, in the process of completing an exit from its Eurasian businesses, had said previously it is interested in acquisitions in its Nordic core markets and is looking to boost its TV content.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Russia's Megafon cuts stake in Mail.ru to form digital venture

    Russia's No.2 mobile phone operator Megafon said on Tuesday it would set up a joint venture with Gazprombank and state defence conglomerate Rostec to develop digital projects. The deal will see Megafon contribute a part of its stake in internet company Mail.Ru Group, representing an economic interest of 5.23 percent. Megafon Executive Director Gevork Vermishyan told Reuters the company planned to use the proceeds to reduce debt and fund investments and would not pay any special dividends to shareholders.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    European shares mark fourth week of gains; Ericsson shines

    By Danilo Masoni and Kit Rees MILAN/LONDON (Reuters) - European shares held steady on Friday at the end of a strong week as a rally in commodities softened, although strong earnings updates boosted shares ...

  • The Wall Street Journal2 months ago

    [$$] Telia Lifts Cash Flow Guidance and Starts Buybacks

    Nordic telecoms operator Telia lifted its cash-flow guidance and launched a $1.79 billion share buyback program.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Russia's Gazprombank says Megafon stake a short-term investment

    MINSK (Reuters) - Gazprombank (GZPRI.MM) considers its holding in Russia's second-biggest mobile phone operator Megafon (MFON.MM) a short-term investment, Alexander Sobol, deputy chairman of Gazprombank's ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Russia's Gazprombank says Megafon stake a short-term investment

    Gazprombank considers its holding in Russia's second-biggest mobile phone operator Megafon a short-term investment, Alexander Sobol, deputy chairman of Gazprombank's management board, said on Thursday. ...

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Finland boosts influence on Nokia with $1 billion investment

    Finland's state investment arm has spent about 844 million euros ($1.04 billion) on building a 3.3 percent stake in Nokia, strengthening national influence over the telecom network gear maker. Nokia ruled the global mobile phone market a decade ago and the collapse of that business was a major cause of a decade of economic stagnation from which Finland is only just recovering. Nokia and Microsoft, which bought the Finnish company's phone business in 2014, have cut thousands of jobs in the Nordic country.

  • Finland boosts influence on Nokia with $1 billion investment
    Reuters3 months ago

    Finland boosts influence on Nokia with $1 billion investment

    Finland's state investment arm has spent about 844 million euros ($1.04 billion or 747.78 million pounds) on building a 3.3 percent stake in Nokia (NOKIA.HE), strengthening national influence over the telecom network gear maker. Nokia ruled the global mobile phone market a decade ago and the collapse of that business was a major cause of a decade of economic stagnation from which Finland is only just recovering. Nokia and Microsoft (MSFT.O), which bought the Finnish company's phone business in 2014, have cut thousands of jobs in the Nordic country.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Finland boosts influence on Nokia with $1 billion investment

    Finland's state investment arm has spent about 844 million euros ($1.04 billion) on building a 3.3 percent stake in Nokia (NOKIA.HE), strengthening national influence over the telecom network gear maker. Nokia ruled the global mobile phone market a decade ago and the collapse of that business was a major cause of a decade of economic stagnation from which Finland is only just recovering. Nokia and Microsoft (MSFT.O), which bought the Finnish company's phone business in 2014, have cut thousands of jobs in the Nordic country.

  • Telia sells Azercell stake in gradual exit from Eurasia
    Reuters4 months ago

    Telia sells Azercell stake in gradual exit from Eurasia

    Nordic telecom group Telia on Monday said it had sold its stake in Azerbaijan mobile operator Azercell, which it co-owns with Turkcell, part of a shift to focus on its main markets in Nordic and Baltic countries. Telia announced a retreat from central Asia in 2015 after former management became embroiled in a bribery scandal in Uzbekistan. Telia has since exited four of seven countries in its so called Eurasian unit: Nepal, Tajikistan, Georgia and now Azerbaijan.

  • Telia sells Azercell stake in gradual exit from Eurasia
    Reuters4 months ago

    Telia sells Azercell stake in gradual exit from Eurasia

    Nordic telecom group Telia on Monday said it had sold its stake in Azerbaijan mobile operator Azercell, which it co-owns with Turkcell, part of a shift to focus on its main markets in Nordic and Baltic countries. Telia announced a retreat from central Asia in 2015 after former management became embroiled in a bribery scandal in Uzbekistan. Telia has since exited four of seven countries in its so called Eurasian unit: Nepal, Tajikistan, Georgia and now Azerbaijan.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Telia looks at M&A opportunities in its main Nordic markets

    Nordic telecoms operator Telia hopes to complete a planned exit from its Eurasian businesses this year and is interested in acquisitions in its core markets, board chairwoman Marie Ehrling told Reuters. Telia announced a retreat in 2015 from central Asia after former management became embroiled in a bribery scandal in Uzbekistan. It has sold out of Russia, Georgia, Turkey and Nepal, and is in talks with buyers on disposing of its direct holding in Uzbekistan's Ucell and its stake in a company called Fintur that owns assets in countries like Moldova and Azerbaijan.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Telia looks at M&A opportunities in its main Nordic markets

    Nordic telecoms operator Telia hopes to complete a planned exit from its Eurasian businesses this year and is interested in acquisitions in its core markets, board chairwoman Marie Ehrling told Reuters. Telia announced a retreat in 2015 from central Asia after former management became embroiled in a bribery scandal in Uzbekistan. It has sold out of Russia, Georgia, Turkey and Nepal, and is in talks with buyers on disposing of its direct holding in Uzbekistan's Ucell and its stake in a company called Fintur that owns assets in countries like Moldova and Azerbaijan.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Telia held talks with TDC last week on possible offer - Business daily DI

    STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Swedish telecom operator Telia Company (TELIA.ST) last week held talks with the board of Denmark's TDC (TDC.CO) regarding a possible bid for the Danish firm, business daily Dagens ...

  • Reuters5 months ago

    Exclusive - Kazakhtelecom bid values Kcell at around $600 million

    Kazakhtelecom has made a bid to buy Swedish telecoms company Telia's stake in mobile operator Kcell valuing it at around $600 million (£424 million), two sources familiar with the talks told Reuters. Kazakhtelecom, Kazakhstan's largest fixed-line telecommunications operator, has applied for permission to buy a 75 percent stake in London- and Almaty-listed Kcell, the country's antitrust committee said last month. Kazakhtelecom which also has a stake in Kcell's competitor, a joint venture with Tele2, has so far disclosed no details of its bid.

  • Reuters5 months ago

    TDC to buy MTG's TV business in $2.5 billion Nordic media deal

    Danish telecoms operator TDC (TDC.CO) has agreed a $2.5 billion takeover of Swedish Modern Times Group's (MTGb.ST) broadcasting and entertainment business, the latest deal in a global wave of mergers reshaping the telecoms and media sectors. The cash and share deal, which values the acquired business at 19.55 billion Swedish crowns (1.75 billion pounds), would leave TDC with close to 3 million TV subscribers and access to 10 million households in the Nordic region, the Danish company said. The deal would also allow TDC to offer a full package of fixed line and mobile telephone services, broadband internet access, TV distribution and streaming services in Denmark and Norway.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    LIVE MARKETS-Closing snapshot: dollar slump spoils new year rally for Europe

    Welcome to the home for real time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Danilo Masoni. Reach him on Messenger to share your thoughts on market ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    Euro strength spoils new year rally for European shares

    European shares edged up on Friday, helped by a solid update from luxury group LVMH but not enough to counter the impact of a rising euro, which spoiled a strong start to the year and left them broadly flat over the week. The euro was up on Friday, though below the December 2014 high it hit on Thursday, after U.S. President Donald Trump said he wanted a "strong dollar", contradicting earlier comments made by Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, which sent the dollar plunging. The pan-European index is down 0.1 percent on the week but still up 2.9 percent since the beginning of the year, the past weeks being buoyed by optimism over Europe's economic and corporate earnings recovery.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    LIVE MARKETS-Early afternoon snapshot: STOXX 600 turns flat on the week

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    LIVE MARKETS-A psychological switch: Bears surrender, greed takes over

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