Vodafone Group PLC (VODI)

1.029
-0.009(-0.87%)
  • Volume:
    2,454,159
  • Bid/Ask:
    1.029/0.000
  • Day's Range:
    1.018 - 1.031
High dividend Yield

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VODI Overview

Prev. Close
1.038
Day's Range
1.018-1.031
Revenue
46.02B
Open
1.024
52 wk Range
0.948-1.68
EPS
0.073
Volume
2,454,159
Market Cap
27.95B
Dividend (Yield)
0.09
(8.67%)
Average Volume (3m)
2,989,312
P/E Ratio
14.06
Beta
0.552
1-Year Change
-34.59%
Shares Outstanding
27,228,017,404
Next Earnings Date
-
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Employees
104000
  • Type:Equity
  • Market:Germany
  • ISIN:GB00BH4HKS39
  • WKN:A1XA83

Vodafone Group Plc is a United Kingdom-based connectivity and digital services provider. The Company's retail and service operations are split across three broad business lines: Europe Consumer, Vodafone Business and Africa Consumer. The Europe Consumer business provides a range of mobile and fixed-line connectivity services in all of its European markets, enabling customers to call, text and access data on their mobile devices, or access broadband, TV and voice services at home. Vodafone Business serves private and public sector customers of all sizes with a range of connectivity services, supported by its global network. The Africa Consumer business provides a range of mobile services, enabling customers to call, text and access data. It provides digital services, the Internet of Things (IoT) and financial services, that leverage and complement its connectivity business. The Company provides financial services, as well as business, and merchant services in Africa.

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Analyst Price Target

Average1.312 (-98.566% Downside)
High2.2263
Low0.5898
Price91.490
No. of Analysts18
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    • Long term evolution has it's telecom 5G stance's gross products for black breast too
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      • 5g cna capchad to today's rate
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        • 3G is better ngl
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          • Job cuts
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            • Reduce the dividend to about 5% and start paying down debt!
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              • Fusion Vodafone and THree?
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                • Stop paying a dividend and pay off some of the debt
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                  • It will not help. This business will only decline
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                  • Puk PupsI cant see anyone offering to buy them out due to debt levels
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                  • Steve Hackett can sell vodacom to EIA. longer term, needs german economy to pick up. plenty of debt pay down opportunities but the CEO didnt ****fast enough
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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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                  • Reed picked up a ***from Vittorio but they're both sitting pretty
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