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Vodafone Group Public Limited Company (VODL.XC)

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71.60-0.36 (-0.50%)
At close: 04:29PM BST
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Previous close71.96
Open72.16
Bid71.60 x 0
Ask71.64 x 0
Day's range71.14 - 72.34
52-week range62.73 - 82.56
Volume11,617,973
Avg. volume13,481,944
Market cap19.174B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.49
PE ratio (TTM)1,790.00
EPS (TTM)0.04
Earnings date14 May 2024
Forward dividend & yield0.08 (10.70%)
Ex-dividend date06 Jun 2024
1y target estN/A
  • Bloomberg

    Vodafone Raises $1.8 Billion in Indus Towers Stake Sale

    (Bloomberg) -- Vodafone Group Plc subsidiaries have raised about $1.8 billion in proceeds by selling shares in India’s Indus Towers Ltd.Most Read from BloombergWhat to Know About the Deadly Flesh-Eating Bacteria Spreading in JapanNvidia’s 591,078% Rally to Most Valuable Stock Came in Waves‘I Live in Hell’: Anti-Growth Fervor Grips US South After Pandemic BoomCar Dealerships Across US Halt Services After CyberattackNvidia Becomes World’s Most Valuable Company as AI Rally Steams AheadThe companies

  • Reuters

    UK's Vodafone sells $1.8 billion stake in India's Indus Towers; Airtel boosts stake

    MUMBAI (Reuters) -Vodafone Group has sold a bigger-than-planned 18% stake in India's Indus Towers, raising $1.82 billion that will serve to reduce its debt, the British telecom group said on Wednesday. Bharti Airtel, India's no. 2 telecom company, said it bought about 1% of Indus shares in the transaction, bringing its stake in the mobile tower operator to around 49%. Vodafone, which owned 21.5% of Indus prior to the sale, had initially planned to sell a 10% stake but strong investor demand made it nearly double the sale size, according to a banking source familiar with the matter who requested anonymity because the person was not authorised to speak to the media.

  • Reuters

    Vodafone to sell 10% stake in India's Indus Towers for up to $1.1 billion, term sheet shows

    BENGALURU (Reuters) -Vodafone Group will sell about 10% stake in India's Indus Towers for as much as $1.1 billion on Wednesday, per a term sheet seen by Reuters, as a part of the British firm's efforts to repay debt. Last week, Reuters reported that Vodafone was mulling to sell its stake in mobile-tower operator Indus Towers, in which it owns a 21.5% stake via various group entities. Vodafone plans to repay part of its $42.17 billion net debt using proceeds from the Indus Towers stake sale, sources had told Reuters last week.