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Vodafone Group Plc (VOD.L)

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222.75+3.40 (+1.55%)
At close: 4:36PM BST
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Previous close219.35
Open219.70
Bid220.00 x
Ask225.00 x
Day's range219.30 - 223.80
52-week range186.50 - 240.10
Volume56,622,663
Avg. volume53,002,459
Market cap59.3B
Beta0.85
PE ratio (TTM)-8.63
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Dividend & yield0.16 (5.71%)
Ex-dividend date2017-06-08
1y target estN/A
  • Embattled PwC faces fresh audit scrutiny ‎over Vodafone 'conflict'
    Sky News59 minutes ago

    Embattled PwC faces fresh audit scrutiny ‎over Vodafone 'conflict'

    The world's biggest auditor is facing fresh questions over its independence after a powerful shareholder adviser warned of a possible conflict of interest in its relationship with Vodafone. Sky News has obtained a report by Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS (LSE: 0QRS.L - news) ) highlighting PricewaterhouseCoopers' (PwC) dual role as auditor to Vodafone and administrator to the collapsed British mobile phone retailer Phones 4U. In the latter role, PwC has been drawing up plans to sue Vodafone and other mobile phone operators over their decision to stop supplying Phones 4U prior to its demise in 2014.

  • Reuters - UK Focus7 hours ago

    Germany grants 865 mln euros of subsidies in broadband push

    Germany has granted 865 million euros ($1 billion) of subsidies for high-speed, fibre-based telecom networks in a fourth round of funding decisions, the German digital infrastructure ministry said in a statement as it seeks to bring fast internet to all parts of the country. * These subsidies are for projects worth a total 1.8 billion euros, it said on Thursday. * "With (Other OTC: WWTH - news) these decisions, we are adding around 85,000 kilometres of new fibre optic networks and are bringing turbo-internet to under-supplied regions," Transport and Infrastructure Minister Alexander Dobrindt said.

  • Reuters7 hours ago

    Germany grants 865 mln euros of subsidies in broadband push

    Germany has granted 865 million euros ($1 billion) of subsidies for high-speed, fibre-based telecom networks in a fourth round of funding decisions, the German digital infrastructure ministry said in a statement as it seeks to bring fast internet to all parts of the country. * These subsidies are for projects worth a total 1.8 billion euros, it said on Thursday. * "With these decisions, we are adding around 85,000 kilometres of new fibre optic networks and are bringing turbo-internet to under-supplied regions," Transport and Infrastructure Minister Alexander Dobrindt said.