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Last week in telecoms: focus on BT, TIM, Altice Europe and the German market

Monday 1 April 2019 | 07:01 CET | News
Winners and losers in the Telecompaper Stock Index European Telecoms roughly balanced each other out in week 13. Still, the index was down 1.6 percent versus a gain of 1.4 percent for the EuroStoxx 50 index. This was the result mainly of the heavyweights Deutsche Telekom (-5.4%) and Vodafone (-3.1%) both booking losses. Altice Europe (+18%) was the week's winner, followed closely by the pennystock Forthnet (+18%). 1&1 Drillisch (-16%), Veon (-14%), Go Internet (-12%) and Turk Telekom (-12%) suffered double digit losses.

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Companies: 1&1 Drillisch / 3 Denmark / Altice Europe / BT / Deutsche Telekom / Forthnet / Inmarsat / Intelsat / Iridium / Liberty Global / Manx Telecom / SFR / TDC / Tele Columbus / Telefonica Deutschland / Telenor / Telia / TIM / TIM Brasil / Turk Telekom / Unitymedia / Veon / Vodafone
Countries: Europe
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