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Telenor ASA (TEL.OL)

Oslo - Oslo Delayed Price. Currency in NOK
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115.85-1.20 (-1.03%)
At close: 04:25PM CET
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Previous Close117.05
Bid115.85 x 230500
Ask115.95 x 301900
Day's Range115.10 - 117.70
52 Week Range102.05 - 134.95
Avg. Volume1,339,520
Market Cap160.415B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.12
PE Ratio (TTM)21.86
EPS (TTM)5.30
Earnings DateApr 30, 2024
Forward Dividend & Yield9.00 (7.69%)
Ex-Dividend DateMay 08, 2024
1y Target Est133.71
  • GlobeNewswire

    Solid year and fourth quarter for Telenor

    Telenor ended last year strongly with solid top-line growth and strong cash flow both in the fourth quarter and for the full year. "I am very pleased that we continue to deliver growth with new and better products to our customers, at the same time as customer surveys show that we have Norway's best and fastest network," says Sigve Brekke, CEO of Telenor. Service revenues for the full year 2023 ended up at NOK 62.5 billion, corresponding to an organic increase of 4.0 per cent compared to last ye

  • GlobeNewswire

    Telenor Breaks New Ground: World's Southernmost Base Station Established in Antarctica

    Base station Antarctica Base station at the Norwegian Polar Institute, Antarctica (Antarctica, 6 February 2024) – In a groundbreaking venture, Telenor announces the opening of the world's southernmost commercial base station in Antarctica, setting a new benchmark for connectivity in the harshest of environments. The Norwegian Polar Institute’s research station in Antarctica, Troll, now has extended reach, connecting a vast area to the outside world with mobile connectivity. The base station was

  • Reuters

    Telenor opens world's southernmost mobile phone station in Antarctica

    Norway's Telenor said on Monday it had opened the world's southernmost mobile phone base station in Antarctica, bringing regular cellphone services to a corner of the frozen continent for the first time. The new 4G service covering the remote Troll research station and its surroundings will boost security for scientists and staff and enable the use of internet-of-things devices that collect and upload real-time information, the group said. Troll, part of the Norwegian Polar Institute, is staffed year-round, conducting research and collecting data ranging from the study of glaciers and geology to the weather, climate and radiation.