|Bid||14.00 x 800|
|Ask||17.14 x 3000|
|Day's range||16.29 - 16.44|
|52-week range||15.34 - 18.57|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||0.08|
|PE ratio (TTM)||18.63|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.68 (4.10%)|
|1y target est||21.51|
On the 06 December 2018, Orange SA (EPA:ORA) will be paying shareholders an upcoming dividend amount of €0.30 per share. However, investors must have bought the company’s stock before 04 Read More...
French multinational telecom operator Orange’s (ORAN) capex rose 10.9% YoY (year-over-year) in the third quarter to ~$2.0 billion, bringing its capex in the first nine months of 2018 to ~$6.0 billion. Orange’s capex is on the rise because the company is investing in upgrading its network to maintain a competitive position. In addition to upgrading its own networks, Orange has teamed up with Google (GOOGL) to develop a new submarine cable network, the Dunant transatlantic submarine cable project, connecting the United States and France.
Drahi’s Altice Europe NV reported earnings on Wednesday that fell short of analyst estimates as the parent of SFR spent more than expected on promotions to lure new subscribers. The earnings report came the same day as Stephane Richard, CEO of France's dominant carrier, Orange SA, told Les Echos he expected discussions about consolidation in the French telecommunications industry to restart in the first half. The quartet, which is rounded out by Bouygues SA and Iliad SA, is plagued by steep competition in France.
Stéphane Richard became the CEO of Orange SA (EPA:ORA) in 2011. This analysis aims first to contrast CEO compensation with other large companies. Then we’ll look at a snap shot Read More...
In June 2018, Orange SA (EPA:ORA) released its earnings update. Generally, analysts seem extremely confident, as a 63% rise in profits is expected in the upcoming year, relative to the Read More...
If you want to know who really controls Orange SA (EPA:ORA), then you’ll have to look at the makeup of its share registry. Large companies usually have institutions as shareholders, Read More...
Despite promising technological advancements, product launches and deployment of 5G technologies, now the big focus will be on how the telecom industry adapts to the new set of tariffs.
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The merger music is playing again in France’s telecom industry, two years after the last failed takeover attempt. Consolidation returned as a hot topic when Bloomberg reported in April that Bouygues SA was considering teaming up with investment firms to bid for Patrick Drahi’s struggling French business, Altice Europe NV’s SFR. Bouygues has since confirmed an approach, without naming the target.
The majority shareholder of Iliad SA helped create much of the turmoil in the French mobile phone market by undercutting the prices charged by incumbents Orange SA, Bouygues SA and Altice Europe NV’s SFR. Now the tables have turned, and those rivals are beating Iliad with their own low-cost offerings. The upshot is that Iliad’s mobile and broadband subscriber numbers both fell in the first half.
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Orange SA is taking lessons from a price war in France beyond its home market to Spain, where a push to win subscribers paid off with a second-quarter earnings beat. The French telecom carrier is winning phone, internet and TV customers to the detriment of rivals in Spain, where the entrance of Masmovil Ibercom SA as a fourth operator in 2016 added competitive pressure. Comparable sales rose 1.8 percent for Orange in Spain, where it now has 2.6 million fiber broadband customers, compared with a 0.6 percent gain in France.
Orange SA is partnering Ivory Coast’s Groupe NSIA to start banking operations in West Africa as the telecommunications group accelerates an expansion into financial services, according to three people familiar with the matter. The venture plans to use the assets in Ivory Coast and Senegal that NSIA acquired from Nigeria’s Diamond Bank Plc in November, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the information isn’t public. Orange will own 75 percent of the venture, with NSIA holding the remaining stake, they said.
Didier Lombard, the former chief executive officer of France Telecom, will stand trial for moral harassment, a decade after a wave of employee suicides coincided with the restructuring he led. The onetime monopoly, now known as Orange SA, and six of its executives have also been indicted on charges of moral harassment or abetting moral harassment, according to a statement from the company’s telecommunications workers union, CFE-CGC. The union, citing an indictment, said the case should reach the courts next year.
The most recent earnings announcement Orange SA.’s (ENXTPA:ORA) released in December 2017 confirmed that the business benefited from a significant tailwind, more than doubling its earnings from the prior year.Read More...
Investors are getting over-excited about the prospects for dealmaking in France's telecoms sector. Yes, there's a willing buyer in the form of conglomerate Bouygues SA. There's also an open-minded regulator, who has told Le Monde the door is “a bit open” for M&A. The snag is that it's hard to see the willing sellers. Bouygues has held talks with European buyout firm CVC Capital Partners about a possible joint bid for the French business that represents the bulk of the worth of Altice NV, Bloomberg News revealed last month.
The on-again, off-again merger dance among French phone companies may be back on again. Shares of Altice NV soared as much as 53 percent after Sebastien Soriano, the head of telecom regulator Arcep, told Le Monde newspaper that he’s more open to deals now that the four main phone carriers have invested billions of euros in their networks, as requested by the agency. Orange SA, Iliad SA and Bouygues SA also gained amid speculation that debt-laden Altice’s French unit, SFR, will attract an offer.