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Liberty Global plc (LBTYK)

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
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19.90-0.27 (-1.34%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous Close20.17
Open20.16
Bid0.00 x 2900
Ask0.00 x 800
Day's Range19.67 - 20.28
52 Week Range14.36 - 24.41
Volume2,587,894
Avg. Volume2,938,884
Market Cap11.9B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.23
PE Ratio (TTM)1.08
EPS (TTM)18.42
Earnings DateNov. 04, 2020
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est31.00
  • Reuters

    Britain to stop mobile operators selling 'locked' handsets

    British mobile operators will be barred from selling smartphones locked to their networks, regulator Ofcom said on Tuesday, a change designed to remove a barrier to switching networks for some customers. Companies including BT/EE, Tesco Mobile and Vodafone sell phones that cannot be used on other networks unless they have been unlocked, a potentially complex process that can cost about 10 pounds ($13), Ofcom said. O2, Sky, Three and Virgin Media sell unlocked devices to their customers.

  • EU close to decision on UK request to review O2-Virgin deal, says Vestager
    Reuters

    EU close to decision on UK request to review O2-Virgin deal, says Vestager

    The EU is close to deciding whether Britain should be allowed to assume responsibility for ruling on the proposed merger of Liberty Global's <LBTYA.O> Virgin Media and Telefonica's <TEF.MC> O2, Europe's antitrust chief said on Monday. The companies last month sought European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager's approval for their $38 billion deal to better compete with market leader BT <BT.L>, prompting a request from Britain's Competition and Markets Authority to take over the case on the grounds that the tie-up will be after Brexit and will mainly affect UK consumers.

  • Liberty Global clears way for Sunrise takeover after being offered 82% shares
    Reuters

    Liberty Global clears way for Sunrise takeover after being offered 82% shares

    Liberty Global has been successful in its 6.8 billion Swiss franc ($8.74 billion) attempt to buy Switzerland's Sunrise Communications after the all-cash offer was accepted by nearly 82% of the target's shareholders. Liberty Global, set up by U.S. cable pioneer John Malone, offered 110 Swiss francs per share of Sunrise, Switzerland's second-biggest telecoms company, in a surprise deal in August. The approach was a reversal of Sunrise's failed bid to buy Liberty's Swiss business, which collapsed after running into shareholder opposition last year.