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Telenor ASA (0G8C.L)

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119,92-4,68 (-3,76%)
Alla chiusura: 05:18PM GMT
Schermo intero
Chiusura precedente124,60
Aperto122,40
DenaroN/D x N/D
LetteraN/D x N/D
Min-Max giorno117,80 - 122,45
Intervallo di 52 settimane117,80 - 122,45
Volume110.723
Media VolumeN/D
CapitalizzazioneN/D
Beta (5 anni mensile)0,01
Rapporto PE (ttm)N/D
EPS (ttm)N/D
Prossima data utiliN/D
Rendimento e dividendo (forward)N/D (N/D)
Data ex dividendoN/D
Stima target 1AN/D
  • GlobeNewswire

    Axiata and Telenor Announce the Successful Completion of the Celcom and Digi Merger

    (Kuala Lumpur/Singapore, 30 November 2022) Axiata Group Berhad (“Axiata”), Telenor Asia Pte Ltd (“Telenor”) and Digi.com Berhad (“Digi”) announced the completion of the merger of the telco operations of Celcom Axiata Berhad (“Celcom”) and Digi (together “Celcom Digi”). With this, Axiata and Telenor (together “Parties) will both hold equal ownership in Celcom Digi at 33.1 per cent each. On completion, Axiata received newly issued Digi shares representing 33.10 percent of the enlarged share capita

  • GlobeNewswire

    Update on the transaction between dtac and True in Thailand

    On 22 November 2021, Telenor and CP Group announced their intention to support the amalgamation of dtac and True in Thailand. As part of the amalgamation, companies jointly owned by Telenor and CP Group planned to carry out a voluntary tender offer (VTO) for the shares in dtac and True under the tender offer regulation of the Securities and Exchange Commission of Thailand. The announced VTO was made subject to conditions precedent. The conditions precedent to the VTO have not been satisfied with

  • GlobeNewswire

    Improved Nordic mobile revenue trends

    “We see positive trends for mobile service revenues in the Nordic region, with a growth of 4 percent in the third quarter”, says Sigve Brekke, President and CEO of Telenor Group. For the Group, high energy prices, especially in Norway, Denmark, and Pakistan, continue to be a headwind. However, the negative effects are, this quarter, countered by a reversal of sim tax provision in Pakistan, leading to 2.5 percent EBITDA growth. Free cash flow came in at NOK 5 billion, implying a cash generation s