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Telenor ASA (TEL.OL)

Oslo - Oslo Prezzo differito. Valuta in NOK.
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114,90-0,60 (-0,52%)
Alla chiusura: 04:26PM CEST
Schermo intero
Chiusura precedente115,50
Aperto115,35
Denaro115,65 x 230500
Lettera115,65 x 301900
Min-Max giorno114,50 - 115,90
Intervallo di 52 settimane113,60 - 159,95
Volume1.327.936
Media Volume1.660.479
Capitalizzazione160,762B
Beta (5 anni mensile)-0,04
Rapporto PE (ttm)15,94
EPS (ttm)7,21
Prossima data utili26 ott 2022
Rendimento e dividendo (forward)8,60 (7,45%)
Data ex dividendo06 ott 2022
Stima target 1A141,06
  • GlobeNewswire

    Solid mobile growth

    In the second quarter, we deliver performance in line with our expectations with a 2% growth in service revenues and stable EBITDA. The headwind from copper decommissioning in Norway, high energy prices globally and expenses related to the ongoing strategic projects are compensated by positive items this quarter. “Halfway into 2022, we see businesses and consumers increasingly wanting to protect their digital assets, driving demand for our security services in the Nordic region. I am pleased to

  • GlobeNewswire

    Celcom-Digi receives regulatory clearance to move forward with merger in Malaysia

    (Oslo/Singapore, 29 June 2022) Telenor Group’s Malaysian subsidiary Digi.Com Berhad (“Digi”), and Axiata Group Berhad announced today that they have received a Notice of No Objection from the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (“MCMC”) on the proposed merger of Celcom and Digi’s telco operations. With this notice the MCMC consents for the parties to advance to the next phase of the proposed transaction. The completion of the proposed transaction will now be subject to the approva

  • GlobeNewswire

    Robust cash flow and financial position

    (Fornebu, 3 May 2022) In the first quarter, the mobile business performed well while the overall quarter was impacted by our strategic journey of investing in modern networks and structural transactions in Asia. The growth was held back by the Norwegian fixed line business and intensified competition in Thailand. Service revenues were stable, and EBITDA was negatively affected by the copper decommissioning in Norway which is in its final year. In addition, higher energy prices, and activities re