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Deutsche Telekom AG

DTEGn.DE

Latest Trade

14.79EUR

Change

0.01(+0.09%)

Volume

8,564,838

Today's Range

14.77

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14.93

52 Week Range

13.95

 - 

16.26

As of on the XETRA ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
14.78
Open
14.93
Volume
8,564,838
3M AVG Volume
196.59
Today's High
14.93
Today's Low
14.77
52 Week High
16.26
52 Week Low
13.95
Shares Out (MIL)
4,742.94
Market Cap (MIL)
70,364.84
Forward P/E
14.66
Dividend (Yield %)
4.40

Next Event

Q4 2019 Deutsche Telekom AG Earnings Release

Latest Developments

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About Deutsche Telekom AG

Deutsche Telekom AG provides information technology (IT) and telecommunications services. The Company's operating segments include Germany, consisting of fixed-network and mobile activities in Germany; United States, which consists of mobile activities in the United States market; Europe, consisting of fixed-network and mobile operations of the national companies in various European countries, such as Greece, Romania, Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic, Croatia, the Netherlands and Austria; Systems Solutions, which operates information and communication technology (ICT) systems for multinational corporations and public sector institutions, and Group Headquarters & Group Services, which consists of the operations of service headquarters and various other subsidiaries of the Company. The Company's fixed-network business includes voice and data communications activities based on fixed-network and broadband technology, and also includes the sale of terminal equipment and other hardware.

Industry

Communications Services

Contact Info

Friedrich-Ebert-Allee 140

+49.228.1810

https://www.telekom.com/

Executive Leadership

Ulrich Lehner

Independent Chairman of Supervisory Board

Timotheus Hoettges

Chairman of the Management Board, Chief Executive Officer

Lothar Schroeder

Independent Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Employee Representative

Christian P. Illek

Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Management Board

Claudia Nemat

Member of the Management Board, Responsible for Technology and Innovation

Key Stats

2.09 mean rating - 23 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, EUR)

2016

73.1K

2017

74.9K

2018

75.7K

2019(E)

79.9K
EPS (EUR)

2016

0.890

2017

1.280

2018

0.960

2019(E)

1.016
Price To Earnings (TTM)
25.20
Price To Sales (TTM)
0.89
Price To Book (MRQ)
2.30
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
3.42
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
283.92
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
232.84
Return on Investment (TTM)
3.75
Return on Equity (TTM)
2.73

Latest News

Latest News

Deutsche Telekom CEO denies T-Mobile/Sprint deal will reduce competition

T-Mobile US Inc and Sprint Corp did not pursue a merger in order to reduce price competition in the U.S. wireless market, the chief executive of Deutsche Telekom, T-Mobile's majority shareholder, testified on Tuesday in federal court in Manhattan.

D.Telekom, EWE give concessions in 2 bln euros German fibre buildout JV

Deutsche Telekom and regional utility EWE made antitrust concessions in a joint venture to lay a high-speed fibre optic network in north-west Germany, German antitrust watchdog said, as a review of the 2 billion euros deal continues.

Exclusive: Deutsche Telekom freezes 5G deals pending Huawei ban decision

Deutsche Telekom <DTEGn.DE> has put all deals to buy 5G network equipment on hold, it said on Wednesday, as it awaits the resolution of a debate in Germany over whether to bar Chinese vendor Huawei on security grounds.

Deutsche Telekom examines possible merger with Orange: Handelsblatt

Deutsche Telekom is examining a possible tie-up with French peer Orange, German business daily Handelsblatt reported on Wednesday, citing managers close to the matter.

Deutsche Telekom looking into possible merger with Orange - Handelsblatt

Deutsche Telekom is looking into the possibility of a tie-up with its French peer Orange, German business daily Handelsblatt reported on Wednesday, citing managers close to the matter.

Deutsche Telekom explores sale or IPO of Dutch unit - Manager Magazin

Deutsche Telekom <DTEGn.DE> is exploring a sale or an initial public offering of its T-Mobile Netherlands after the division acquired its local rival Tele2 last year, Germany's Manager Magazin reported on Thursday.

Deutsche Telekom to stick to multi-vendor strategy

Deutsche Telekom <DTEGn.DE> on Wednesday declined to comment on a magazine report that it would phase out some equipment from Chinese vendor Huawei Technologies over time, saying only that it relies on multiple network providers.

REFILE-Deutsche Telekom to phase out Huawei technology within two years -Wirtschaftswoche

Deutsche Telekom will phase out using Huawei technology within the next two years due to ongoing discussions about security concerns, German magazine Wirtschaftswoche reported on Wednesday.

Deutsche Telekom says U.S. deal hedges pushed up debt in third quarter

Deutsche Telekom <DTEGn.DE> slipped out of its comfort zone on leverage in the third quarter due to paper losses on hedges taken out to pay for U.S. unit T-Mobile's <TMUS.O> acquisition of Sprint <S.N>, CEO Tim Hoettges said on Wednesday.

Deutsche Telekom, on lookout for towers partners, heaps praise on Cellnex

Deutsche Telekom <DTEGn.DE> is keen to float or find a partner for its mobile towers assets, Chief Executive Tim Hoettges said on Wednesday, lavishing praise on Spain's Cellnex <CLNX.MC> for its role in developing the telecoms infrastructure business.

Deutsche Telekom dismisses talk of trouble at T-Systems

Deutsche Telekom <DTEGn.DE> dismissed reports of operating problems at its IT services unit T-Systems, saying the business was on track and that it had recently extended CEO Adel Al-Saleh's contract.

Deutsche Telekom cuts dividend as it faces U.S. merger uncertainty

Deutsche Telekom <DTEGn.DE> said on Thursday it would cut its dividend for 2019, reflecting uncertainty over the outcome of a proposed U.S. mega-merger and following rival Vodafone as the industry grapples with the heavy cost of building 5G networks.

Deutsche Telekom CEO: 0.60 euros is our new minimum dividend

Deutsche Telekom CEO Tim Hoettges said on Thursday that the company's proposed dividend of 0.60 euros ($0.66) was a new minimum that it would pay whether or not a proposed U.S. merger goes through.

Deutsche Telekom raises earnings guidance, plans 0.60 euro dividend

Deutsche Telekom on Thursday raised its guidance for core earnings this year as it posted solid third-quarter results, saying it planned to pay an annual dividend of 0.60 euros ($0.6635) regardless of whether a proposed U.S. merger goes through.

Deutsche Telekom to take on telecom ops from slimmed-down T-Systems

Deutsche Telekom is taking back responsibility for corporate telecoms clients from its restructured T-Systems unit, which will emerge as a slimmed-down operation focused on IT and digital services.

Deutsche Telekom to take on telecom ops from slimmed-down T-Systems

Deutsche Telekom is taking back responsibility for corporate telecoms clients from its restructured T-Systems unit, which will emerge as a slimmed-down operation focused on IT and digital services.

Deutsche Telekom 5G network goes live in five German cities

Deutsche Telekom <DTEGn.DE> said on Thursday its 5G mobile network had gone live in five German cities, timing the launch for maximum impact on the opening day of the IFA consumer electronics fair in Berlin.

T-Mobile US workers worry Sprint deal will mean job losses

T-Mobile US retail employees and technicians delivered a letter late Tuesday for Deutsche Telekom CEO Tim Hoettges, seeking assurances that their jobs and paychecks will be safe if the wireless carrier is allowed to merge with Sprint, its smaller rival.

Ericsson, Deutsche Telekom team up for industrial 5G services in Germany

Ericsson and Deutsche Telekom will team up to tap rising demand for mobile technology at industrial sites in Germany, as communications providers seek local uses for 5G with national deployment still years away.

Deutsche Telekom confident U.S. merger will still deliver cost savings

Deutsche Telekom <DTEGn.DE> said on Thursday it still expects the merger of its U.S. unit T-Mobile <TMUS.O> with Sprint <S.N> to generate $43 billion in cost savings even after tweaking the deal to secure antitrust clearance.

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