VIV.PA - Vivendi SA

Paris - Paris Delayed price. Currency in EUR
18.18
-1.09 (-5.66%)
At close: 5:39PM CET
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Previous close19.27
Open18.89
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range18.13 - 19.17
52-week range16.60 - 26.69
Volume5,070,307
Avg. volume4,595,999
Market cap20.869B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.63
PE ratio (TTM)14.20
EPS (TTM)1.28
Earnings date13 Feb 2020
Forward dividend & yield0.60 (3.11%)
Ex-dividend date21 Apr 2020
1y target est24.84
  • Reuters

    Dutch court rejects Vivendi's bid to suspend Mediaset's overhaul

    MILAN/AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - A Dutch court on Wednesday rejected a request by France's Vivendi to suspend Mediaset's plans to create a pan-European broadcasting holding company, an official document seen by Reuters showed. Controlled by the family of former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, Mediaset wants to merge its Italian and Spanish businesses into a Dutch unit, dubbed MediaforEurope (MFE). Vivendi, a major shareholder in Mediaset led by billionaire Vincent Bollore, is fighting the plan in courts across Europe, saying the governance structure of the new entity would strengthen Berlusconi's grip on the company.

  • Spanish court upholds block on Mediaset merger plan
    Reuters

    Spanish court upholds block on Mediaset merger plan

    MADRID/MILAN (Reuters) - A regional court in Madrid has upheld the suspension of broadcaster Mediaset's plan to merge its Italian and Spanish divisions under a Dutch holding company after rejecting the Italian company's appeal, a document seen by Reuters showed on Monday. Mediaset, controlled by the family of former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi wants to merge its Italian and Spanish units under the Dutch holding firm MediaforEurope (MFE). Vivendi, led by French billionaire Vincent Bollore, says the governance structure of the new entity would strengthen Berlusconi's grip on the company.

  • Business Wire

    Vivendi: Strong Earnings Growth In 2019

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  • Vivendi plans IPO of Universal by early 2023 at the latest
    Reuters

    Vivendi plans IPO of Universal by early 2023 at the latest

    French media conglomerate Vivendi said on Thursday it planned to list its most-prized asset, Universal Music Group, by early 2023 at the latest, following a year of record profit for the division. This represents a new milestone in a two-year process launched by Vivendi's top investor, Vincent Bollore, to make the most of the world's biggest music label, home to artists Taylor Swift, Drake and Lady Gaga. Chief Executive Officer Arnaud de Puyfontaine declined to give further details on the potential IPO but said Universal's stellar performance could draw further interest from investors.

  • Mediaset set to win more time to complete merger of Italy, Spain units - sources
    Reuters

    Mediaset set to win more time to complete merger of Italy, Spain units - sources

    Mediaset will submit revised plans to merge its Italian and Spanish broadcasting units under a Dutch entity to authorities in the Netherlands, securing a six-month extension to complete the project, two sources familiar with the matter said. The extension could help the group deal with any potential delay triggered by shareholder Vivendi's legal challenges to the merger. Mediaset, controlled by the family of former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, wants to merge the units under a Dutch holding company, called MediaforEurope (MFE), to pursue a European growth strategy.

  • Mediaset set to win more time to complete merger of Italy, Spain units: sources
    Reuters

    Mediaset set to win more time to complete merger of Italy, Spain units: sources

    Mediaset will submit revised plans to merge its Italian and Spanish broadcasting units under a Dutch entity to authorities in the Netherlands, securing a six-month extension to complete the project, two sources familiar with the matter said. The extension could help the group deal with any potential delay triggered by shareholder Vivendi's legal challenges to the merger. Mediaset, controlled by the family of former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, wants to merge the units under a Dutch holding company, called MediaforEurope (MFE), to pursue a European growth strategy.

  • Vivendi may take further legal action against Mediaset in pan European merger
    Reuters

    Vivendi may take further legal action against Mediaset in pan European merger

    French media group Vivendi may take further legal action against Italy's Mediaset if it continues with a plan to merge its Italian and Spanish units, Vivendi's representative in Mediaset Espana Vincent Vallejo said on Wednesday. Controlled by the family of former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi, Mediaset approved a merger of its Italian and Spanish units under a Dutch holding company called MediaforEurope (MFE) last September.

  • Italian judge backs Mediaset in TV battle with Vivendi
    Reuters

    Italian judge backs Mediaset in TV battle with Vivendi

    A Milan judge rejected a request by France's Vivendi to suspend a planned reorganisation at Mediaset, the companies said on Monday, potentially boosting the Italian broadcaster's European expansion strategy. Controlled by the family of former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi, Mediaset approved a merger of its Italian and Spanish units under a Dutch holding company, called MediaforEurope (MFE) last September. As things stand, the reorganisation remains on hold because a Spanish judge last year ruled in favour of Vivendi's request to suspend it.

  • Italian judge to rule on Mediaset's TV project as early as next week - sources
    Reuters

    Italian judge to rule on Mediaset's TV project as early as next week - sources

    An Italian judge is set to decide as early as next week on a request by French media group Vivendi to suspend a planned reorganization at Italian broadcaster Mediaset , four legal sources said after a closed-door hearing on Saturday. Controlled by the family of former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, Mediaset wants to merge its Italian and Spanish units into a Dutch entity, dubbed MediaforEurope (MFE). In an effort to push through the plan, Mediaset shareholders approved changes to MFE's bylaws on Jan. 10, as suggested by the Milan court.

  • Italian court to wait until Feb. 1 to rule on Mediaset pan-European TV plan
    Reuters

    Italian court to wait until Feb. 1 to rule on Mediaset pan-European TV plan

    An Italian judge will wait until Feb. 1 at the earliest before ruling on a request by France’s Vivendi to suspend a planned reorganisation at Italian broadcaster Mediaset, two legal sources said on Tuesday. Controlled by the family of former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, Mediaset wants to merge its Italian and Spanish units into a Dutch entity, dubbed MediaforEurope (MFE). In an effort to smooth the plan, Mediaset shareholders approved changes to MFE's bylaws on Jan. 10, as suggested by the Milan court.

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  • Reuters

    Mediaset approves changes to keep pan-European TV plan afloat

    Italy's Mediaset on Friday won shareholder approval for governance tweaks needed to smooth a pan-European expansion plan despite opposition from its second-biggest investor Vivendi, which is fighting the project in court. Controlled by the family of former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, Mediaset last year approved a plan to merge its businesses in Italy and Spain under a Dutch-based company, called MediaForEurope (MFE).

  • Reuters

    Italian court turns down Vivendi's request to suspend freeze on Mediaset stake

    An Italian court has thrown out a request by Vivendi to suspend a ruling forcing it to freeze two-thirds of its stake in Italian broadcaster Mediaset , a court document showed on Thursday. The decision comes a day before a Mediaset shareholder meeting to vote on governance tweaks to a Dutch holding company set up by Mediaset to pursue tie-ups with European peers.. Vivendi opposes Mediaset's plans on the grounds the changes would give Mediaset's main shareholder, the Berlusconi family, too much power.

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