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Liberty Global PLC

LBTYA.O

Latest Trade

20.16USD

Change

-0.18(-0.88%)

Volume

2,169,779

Today's Range

19.69

 - 

20.36

52 Week Range

19.69

 - 

28.62

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Pricing

Previous Close
20.34
Open
20.34
Volume
2,169,779
3M AVG Volume
35.43
Today's High
20.36
Today's Low
19.69
52 Week High
28.62
52 Week Low
19.69
Shares Out (MIL)
632.45
Market Cap (MIL)
13,034.27
Forward P/E
--
Dividend (Yield %)
--

Next Event

Q4 2019 Liberty Global PLC Earnings Release

Latest Developments

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Liberty’s UPC Switzerland Names Baptiest Coopmans As New CEO

Liberty Global Has Appointed Severina Pascu As CFO And Deputy Chief Executive Of UK's Virgin Media - FT

Liberty Global Says Co Terminated Discussions On Combination Of UPC Switzerland And Sunrise

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About Liberty Global PLC

Liberty Global plc (Liberty Global) is an international telecommunications company providing communications and entertainment services. The Company operates as a television and broadband company. Its segments include Liberty Global Group and LiLAC Group. The Liberty Global Group includes its operations in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Belgium, Switzerland and Central and Eastern Europe. The Liberty Global Group also includes the Company's investment in VodafoneZiggo Group Holding B.V., which operates a cable network in the Netherlands, and in various content businesses. The LiLAC Group has broadband operations predominately in Latin America and the Caribbean serving residential and business customers. The LiLAC Group includes its operations in Chile and Puerto Rico and its Cable & Wireless Communications Limited operations primarily in the Caribbean and Latin America, including sub-sea and terrestrial fiber optic cable networks.

Contact Info

161 Hammersmith Road

+44.20.84836300

http://www.libertyglobal.com

Executive Leadership

John C. Malone

Chairman of the Board

Michael Thomas Fries

Vice Chairman of the Board, President, Chief Executive Officer

Charles H. R. Bracken

Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President

Enrique Rodriguez

Executive Vice President, Chief Technology Officer

Bryan H. Hall

Executive Vice President, General Counsel, Secretary

Key Stats

2.93 mean rating - 14 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, USD)

2016

20.0K

2017

15.0K

2018

12.0K

2019(E)

11.5K
EPS (USD)

2016

2.160

2017

-2.290

2018

-1.970

2019(E)

-0.769
Price To Earnings (TTM)
--
Price To Sales (TTM)
1.14
Price To Book (MRQ)
0.97
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
3.98
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
199.29
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
174.77
Return on Investment (TTM)
-0.90
Return on Equity (TTM)
-0.75

Latest News

Latest News

Sunrise's Swantee, Kurer quitting after failed takeover bid

Sunrise Communications Chief Executive Olaf Swantee resigned and Chairman Peter Kurer will not run for re-election after the Swiss telecommunications company failed in its $6.3 billion bid to buy the Swiss unit of Liberty Global.

Liberty Global ends talks with Sunrise over Swiss assets

Liberty Global <LBTYA.O> has ended talks over combining its UPC Switzerland unit with Sunrise Communications <SRCG.S>, the U.S.-based cable company said, putting to rest hopes that the 6.3 billion Swiss franc ($6.32 billion) deal could be revived.

BRIEF-Liberty Global Says Co Terminated Discussions On Combination Of UPC Switzerland And Sunrise

* LIBERTY GLOBAL TERMINATES DISCUSSIONS REGARDING COMBINATION OF UPC SWITZERLAND AND SUNRISE, CONFIRMS TURNAROUND PLAN ON TRACK

Liberty Global hopes to revive deal as Sunrise to take $125 million hit

U.S. cable group Liberty Global <LBTYA.O> is holding out hope of reviving a sale of its Swiss unit to Sunrise Communications <SRCG.S>, which said on Wednesday it faces a 125 million Swiss francs ($125 million) hit after abandoning the deal.

Liberty Global CFO: Sunrise-UPC deal made sense, still worth pursuing

The failed takeover of Liberty Global's <LBTYA.O> Swiss unit UPC by Sunrise <SRCG.S> made industrial sense and would still be worth trying, Liberty Chief Financial Officer Charlie Bracken said on Wednesday.

Liberty Global CFO: Sunrise-UPC deal made sense, still worth pursuing

The failed takeover of Liberty Global's Swiss unit UPC by Sunrise made industrial sense and it would still be worth trying to make it happen, Liberty's Chief Financial Officer Charlie Bracken said on Wednesday.

BRIEF-Sunrise CFO Says Talk of Ruscitating Liberty Global Deal Is Hypothetical

* CEO SAYS HAS A VERY STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP WITH HUAWEI THAT WILL CONTINUE, BUT WANTS TO DEVELOP MORE INTERNAL CAPABILITIES IN IT, DIGITAL

BRIEF-Sunrise Cancels EGM With Consent From Liberty Global

* EGM WAS TO BE HELD TO AUTHORISE AN ORDINARY CAPITAL INCREASE IN AMOUNT OF CHF 2.8 BILLION TO PARTIALLY FINANCE ACQUISITION OF UPC SWITZERLAND

BRIEF-Liberty Global Supports Cancellation Of Sunrise EGM

* COMMITMENTS BY LIBERTY GLOBAL IN RECENTLY ANNOUNCED CONDITIONAL RIGHTS PURCHASE AGREEMENT WILL LAPSE AND THEREBY TERMINATE

Sunrise shareholder Canada Pension Plan Investment Board backs $2.8 billion capital hike

Sunrise Communications <SCMN.S> has won support from one of its largest shareholders for its $2.8 billion capital hike - the latest twist in the telecom company's battle to buy Liberty Global's <LBTYA.O> Swiss business.

BRIEF-Activist Investor Axxion Still Opposes Sunrise Deal For Upc Cablecom Despite Liberty Global Offer

* ACTIVIST INVESTOR AXXION STILL OPPOSES SUNRISE DEAL FOR UPC CABLECOM DESPITE LIBERTY GLOBAL OFFER Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Reporting by John Revill)

Liberty Global backs Sunrise deal to tune of $500 million

Liberty Global <LBTYA.O> has offered a 500 million Swiss franc ($501.45 million) sweetener to rescue the sale of its Swiss cable and TV business to Sunrise Communications <SRCG.S> but a key Sunrise shareholder said it remained opposed to the deal.

Freenet still rejects Sunrise deal despite Liberty Global offer

Freenet <FNTGn.DE> still opposes Sunrise's <SRCG.S> 6.3 billion Swiss franc ($6.32 billion) deal to buy Liberty Global's <LBTYA.O> Swiss business, despite a new offer from the American seller to take part in the acquisition.

Freenet still rejects Sunrise deal despite Liberty Global offer

Freenet still opposes Sunrise's 6.3 billion Swiss franc ($6.32 billion) deal to buy Liberty Global's Swiss business, despite a new offer from the American seller to take part in the acquisition.

Liberty Global offers to buy 500 million francs of Sunrise shares

Liberty Global has offered to buy up to 500 million Swiss francs ($502.11 million) of newly created Sunrise Communications shares - a move designed to ease through its 6.3 billion franc sale of its Swiss business.

Sunrise's UPC deal too expensive, says advisory group ISS

Proxy adviser ISS recommended shareholders vote against a rights issue that will allow Sunrise Communications <SRCG.S> to finance a 6.3 billion Swiss franc ($6.35 billion) purchase of cable operator UPC from Liberty Global <LBTYA.O>, in a report sent to clients on Thursday.

Proxy ISS recommends to reject rights issue for Sunrise's UPC deal - sources

Proxy adviser ISS has recommended shareholders vote against a rights issue Sunrise Communications will propose to shareholders to finance its planned 6.3 billion Swiss franc ($6.35 billion) takeover of cable operator UPC from Liberty Global, sources told Reuters.

Sunrise investor AOC opposes UPC takeover despite reduced rights issue

Sunrise <SRCG.S> investor AOC joined Germany's Freenet <FNTGn.DE> in fighting the Swiss telecoms group's 6.3 billion Swiss franc ($6.33 billion) takeover of Liberty Global <LBTYA.O> Swiss UPC assets, saying a proposal to reduce a rights issue was insufficient to change its...

Sunrise investor AOC opposes UPC takeover despite reduced rights issue

Sunrise investor AOC joined Germany's Freenet in fighting the Swiss telecoms group's 6.3 billion Swiss franc ($6.33 billion) takeover of Liberty Global Swiss UPC assets, saying a proposal to reduce a rights issue was insufficient to change its mind.

Sunrise cuts rights issue to 2.8 bln Sfr in push to buy Liberty Global's UPC

Sunrise Communications is cutting its proposed rights issue to 2.8 billion Swiss francs ($2.83 billion) from 4.1 billion francs to pay for its acquisition of Liberty Global's Swiss unit UPC as it seeks to convince shareholders to back the deal.

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