Edition:
United Kingdom

Telekom Austria AG (TELA.VI)

TELA.VI on Vienna Stock Exchange

6.44EUR
12:24pm GMT
Change (% chg)

€-0.07 (-1.08%)
Prev Close
€6.51
Open
€6.42
Day's High
€6.55
Day's Low
€6.42
Volume
103,347
Avg. Vol
122,271
52-wk High
€8.42
52-wk Low
€6.11

Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Telekom Austria Q2 Reported Net Result At EUR 58.0 Mln
Tuesday, 17 Jul 2018 

July 17 (Reuters) - TELEKOM AUSTRIA AG ::Q2 GROUP TOTAL REVENUES INCREASED BY 1.3% (REPORTED: +1.5%).Q2 DECLINE IN GROUP EBITDA OF 0.9% (REPORTED: -0.8%).Q2 NET RESULT GREW BY 15.9% EXCLUDING D&A FROM BRAND VALUE AMORTISATION OF EUR 72.4 MILLION.Q2 2018 REPORTED NET RESULT AT EUR 58.0 MILLION VERSUS Q2 2017 NET RESULT OF EUR 112.5 MILLION.GROUP OUTLOOK 2018 UNCHANGED.  Full Article

Telekom Austria Appoints Edith Hlawati New Chairman Of The Supervisory Board
Wednesday, 30 May 2018 

May 30 (Reuters) - Telekom Austria Ag ::EDITH HLAWATI NEW CHAIRMAN OF THE SUPERVISORY BOARD.  Full Article

Telekom Austria: Thomas Arnoldner To Be Nominated As CEO
Thursday, 19 Apr 2018 

April 19 (Reuters) - Telekom Austria AG ::THOMAS ARNOLDNER IS GOING TO BE NOMINATED AS CEO OF TELEKOM AUSTRIA AG.THOMAS ARNOLDNER EXPECTED TO TAKE OFFICE ON 1 SEPTEMBER 2018.  Full Article

Telekom Austria announces redemption of Hybrid bond 2013
Thursday, 4 Jan 2018 

Jan 4 (Reuters) - TELEKOM AUSTRIA AG ::ANNOUNCED ON WEDNESDAY IT ADOPTED A RESOLUTION TO CALL AND REDEEM THE EUR 600 MLN HYBRID BOND ISSUED IN 2013 .WILL CALL AND REDEEM THE HYBRID BONDS AT THEIR NOMINAL VALUE PLUS ALL INTEREST ON FEBRUARY 1, 2018, THE FIRST CALL DATE.  Full Article

Telekom Austria CFO sees no need for capital increase
Thursday, 19 Oct 2017 

Oct 19 (Reuters) - Telekom Austria ::CFO says does not see need for cap hike.  Full Article

Austria eyes fast-track top-ups of its company stakes

VIENNA, Nov 5 The Austrian government's planned overhaul of the body through which it holds stakes in several large companies will open the door to topping up those holdings more easily, Finance Minister Hartwig Loeger said on Monday.