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Vodafone Share Chat :
- Solomon 13:19:07 10/03/2014
- We received Verizon shares when the value of the US dollar was low vs sterling and the sp of VZ was low. That means that keeping the VZN shares for a better rate on both counts is promising. N'est pas?
- MIATA 12:36:21 10/03/2014
- Oh No Vodafone was lower after reportedly reaching a deal that could result in a higher purchase price than initially offered for Spanish broadband operator Ono. That follows the refusal of the Spanish telecom to entertain an initial offer of 6.9bn, having judged that the price was inadequate and stating that it would proceed with an initial public offering.
- RAMILLAR 10:21:10 10/03/2014
- Are we going back to the old Voda, share price drifting down? Have we been caught because of uncertain profitability? Bank of America expressing some of our own doubts re repeating Marconi-like acquisitions
- greenpastures2 08:47:59 10/03/2014
- You are confusing Verizon Communications (VZ)with Verizon Wireless. Verizon Wireless paid Verizon Communications and Vodafone with dividends. Verizon Communications then uses that dividend to help pay its dividend to shareholders. We got shares in VZ not Verizon Wireless.
- sicker 08:41:04 10/03/2014
- EJ what you say may be true and I believe ver do pay dividends each quarter but my recollection is that it only paid a cash dividend to vod in November 2011 to which vod responded by paying a 4p special dividend to it's shareholders.
- Nige Co 14:13:27 09/03/2014
- it will be harder to meet dividend payments as the Verizon dividend (from the previously owned 45% stake) is no longer available to boost. TM, VOD never relied on dividends from VZW to pay its own dividend, any dividends from VZW was looked on as a bonus.
- TraderMichael 13:30:36 09/03/2014
- gotno - further to fall, in my view. Every acquisition will deplete cash and the share price will take a bashing. Also, it will be harder to meet dividend payments as the Verizon dividend (from the previously owned 45% stake) is no longer available to boost. Market capitalisation has dropped 20% in 2 months, institutions will reduce holdings accordingly and so the cycle will continue.
- redartbmud 14:05:01 08/03/2014
- The cash is in my bank, but there is still no documentation in the post. I was going to sell my certificated shares a few weeks ago, then didn't. It was a big mistake. It looks like the Registrars have screwed up yet again.
- Burnleymoonbeam 19:54:45 07/03/2014
- That's it ?? What was all the hype about then lol ?? Basically, they've taken 910 of my shares and given me the cash value, or thereabouts ..... I could have done that by opting to sell them myself. Oh well, it looks like I'm now waiting for my "Oxus Gold" boat to come in instead ......
- redartbmud 21:02:03 06/03/2014
- I have some shares that are certificated. Capita's recorded message says don't contact them till after 17 March for any queries relating to non-receipt of funds and documents. I have received nothing.
- veryniceperson 13:56:26 06/03/2014
- Now that Vodafone is smaller, but have a good chunk of cash in the bank and all the networks they Control and fully own. Can anybody guess what the true value of Vodafone is. My thinking. Vodafone is worth more than the current share price.
- TraderMichael 09:31:01 06/03/2014
- The 'new' technology still requires technology and license investments to be made! It means carriers have to adopt new business models because unprecedented Internet traffic brought by 4G and even 5G networks will fundamentally change the way people use their smartphones.