Vodafone Group PLC (VOD)

89.01
-2.01(-2.21%)
  • Volume:
    31,933,228
  • Bid/Ask:
    89.00/89.01
  • Day's Range:
    88.58 - 91.11
Trading near 52-week Low

Vodafone Group PLC has hit the lowest price it has traded for over the last year (52 week period). This is a technical indicator that can be used to analyze the stock's current value and predict future price movement.

VOD Overview

Prev. Close
91.02
Day's Range
88.58-91.11
Revenue
38.92B
Open
90.5
52 wk Range
88.58-141.6
EPS
0.073
Volume
31,933,228
Market Cap
24.38B
Dividend (Yield)
N/A
(N/A)
Average Volume (3m)
94,629,550
P/E Ratio
14.58
Beta
0.671
1-Year Change
-17.54%
Shares Outstanding
27,410,091,636
Next Earnings Date
01 Feb 2023
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Vodafone Group PLC Company Profile

Vodafone Group Public Limited Company engages in telecommunication services in Europe and internationally. The company offers mobile services that enable customers to call, text, and access data; fixed line services, including broadband, television (TV) offerings, and voice; and convergence services under the GigaKombi and Vodafone One names to customers. It also provides value added services, such as Internet of Things (IoT) comprising logistics and fleet management, smart metering, insurance, cloud, and security services; and automotive and health solutions. In addition, the company offers M-Pesa, an African payment platform, which provides money transfer, financial, and business and merchant payment services; and various services to operators through its partner market agreements. Vodafone Group Public Limited Company has a strategic partnership with Open Fiber. As of March 31, 2022, it had approximately 323 million mobile customers, 28 million fixed broadband customers, and 22 million TV customers. The company was incorporated in 1984 and is based in Newbury, the United Kingdom.

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Analyst Price Target

Average145.88 (+63.91% Upside)
High250.85
Low90.63
Price89
No. of Analysts21
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  • The new CEO will double profits and give away a lot of money to all shareholders of the company until January 31, 2023. Hurry up to buy stocks until they grow 2-3 times within 30 days
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    • Ha, ha, dream on. I have to tell you the best way to fix Voda is (1) don't sell any more assets unless loss-making - that will reduce revenue and profit. (2) suspend the dividend for 1 year (only) (3) use dividend money and profits for 1 year to pay down debt. The result will be a company worth about £50billion and a doubling of the share price. Far better than paying an inflated dividend and dealing endlessly with debt.
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  • CEO stepping down. Best news for some time. He has been a waste of space since the day he was appointed. Maybe now we will see some progress towards restoring shareholder value.
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    • yep. I suppose alot of the financial initiatives needed some continuity, but jjob done. Can sell something like illiad Italy and pay down chunks of debt. Maintaining the div will make VOD the pension funds darling..bargain after zero interest rates
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  • Voda is so undervalued as a result of poor management, that (subject to regulatory approval), it is a prime takeover candidate. Scrapping the dividend alone would clear the debt in short time and therefore the company double in value and have been acquired for a song. I think buying now is almost a no brainer.
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    • vod will make redundancies to offset the fall in productivity. incremental free cash flow will pay down incremental debt as it falls due...not much debt due for quite a while
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      • Flagged a possible dividend cut in the longer term as Voda grapples with high energy costs, rising inflation and weaker trading in its core markets.
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        • VOD confirmed commitment to 9cents dividend for this year in last weeks H1 report. Pricing initiatives plus vantage asset sales etc and 11 years before debt is problematic
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      • Profit in 2023 will decrease, and debts will only grow. To cope with the debt burden, the company will have to sell the most profitable divisions of the company
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        • Current price to book value is 0.5. We are pricing vod to go under this is insane. Spinning off some division will actually unlock value of this company. I'm buying
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      • First, the share price is falling by 13% per year. Secondly, dividends of 4% per annum do not cover annual inflation of 11%. Thirdly, the company does not grow and debts do not decrease. Think.
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        • Using your logic we all need to buy junk bonds?
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        • Since QE all bonds are junk when interest rates are rising
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        • I started to buy TLT recently though. It's not for the yield but expectation that bond price would go up. I agree its junk but money has to go somewhere
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      • Ex divi on 24 Nov
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        • Dividend yield at current price is 4%
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      • I will sell if goes higher than 140, not lower
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        • Going to have a long wait then!
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      • SOLD ! Will buy if it goes below 90 p not higher
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