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Telecom Italia S.p.A. (TIT.MX)

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前收市價10.18
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今日波幅10.18 - 10.18
52 週波幅10.18 - 16.24
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市值129.377B
Beta 值 (5 年,每月)1.07
市盈率 (最近 12 個月)1.57
每股盈利 (最近 12 個月)6.50
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遠期股息及收益率0.24 (2.39%)
除息日2021年6月21日
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  • Reuters

    Telecom Italia's former CEO steps down from company board

    MILAN (Reuters) -Telecom Italia (TIM) said on Friday former Chief Executive Officer Luigi Gubitosi had stepped down from the company's board, removing a hurdle that prevented Italy's biggest phone group from naming his successor. The boardroom crisis has hampered the group's response to a $37 billion takeover approach from U.S. private equity fund KKR, which is awaiting access to TIM's data before making a formal bid. TIM said it was conducting "a thorough assessment" of the bid but also "a review of other strategic alternatives ... in order to decide, among other things, whether to give access to the due diligence requested by KKR."

  • Reuters

    Italy's TIM issues third profit warning of 2021 amid boardroom battle

    Telecom Italia (TIM) has issued its third profit warning this year ahead of a board meeting on Friday that is expected to take more time before acting on a takeover offer from U.S. fund KKR. TIM, which is Europe's sixth-largest telecoms group, said late on Wednesday that it cut the 2021 earnings forecast for its domestic business due to lower-than-expected fixed-line revenue from its partnership with DAZN to screen Italian soccer. Top shareholder Vivendi has blamed former TIM Chief Executive Officer Luigi Gubitosi for the phone group's poor financial performance and could seek an overhaul to oust him from its board of directors, four sources told Reuters on Wednesday on condition of anonymity.

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    Telecom Italia investor Vivendi considers seeking board revamp -sources

    MILAN (Reuters) -Telecom Italia's (TIM) top investor Vivendi is considering pushing for a board reshuffle at the Italian phone group in an attempt to oust former CEO Luigi Gubitosi, according to four people familiar with the matter. The boardroom battle comes at a crucial juncture for TIM, which is due to meet on Friday to discuss how to respond to a 33 billion euro ($37 billion) takeover proposal from U.S. fund KKR. Gubitosi quit as TIM chief executive last month following investor criticism of his performance, led by Vivendi, and disappointing results.