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VIVENDI (VIV.TI)

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10.96+0.22 (+2.05%)
As of 02:45PM CEST. Market open.
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Previous Close10.74
Open11.02
Bid10.95 x 250000
Ask10.95 x 250000
Day's Range11.02 - 11.02
52 Week Range11.02 - 11.02
Volume33
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  • Reuters

    Media group Vivendi names new CFO and rejigs board structure

    Vivendi, the French media giant in which billionaire Vinvent Bollore's company has the biggest single stake, named Francois Laroze as its new chief financial officer and announced other changes to its board structure. Laroze will remain chief financial officer of Vivendi's Havas division, it said.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 2-Vivendi's profits double, takes Telecom Italia writedown

    Vivendi took a 728 million euro ($805 million) writedown on its stake in Telecom Italia in 2021, the French media group said on Wednesday, as it reported a doubling in core operating earnings over the same period. The Paris-based company, whose top investor is billionaire Vincent Bollore, is the largest shareholder of the former Italian monopoly with a 24% stake, which reflects a total initial investment in the company of 3.9 billion euros since 2015. Private equity firm KKR made a non-binding approach to Telecom Italia (TIM) in November which was pitched at 0.505 euro per share, valuing Italy's largest telecoms company at 10.8 billion euros.

  • Reuters

    Vivendi's profits double, takes Telecom Italia writedown

    Vivendi took a 728 million euro ($805 million) writedown on its stake in Telecom Italia in 2021, the French media group said on Wednesday, as it reported a doubling in core operating earnings over the same period. The Paris-based company, whose top investor is billionaire Vincent Bollore, is the largest shareholder of the former Italian monopoly with a 24% stake, which reflects a total initial investment in the company of 3.9 billion euros since 2015. Private equity firm KKR made a non-binding approach to Telecom Italia (TIM) in November which was pitched at 0.505 euro per share, valuing Italy's largest telecoms company at 10.8 billion euros.