Liberty Global PLC Class C (LBTYK)

23.23
-0.06(-0.26%)
  • Volume:
    2,447,678
  • Day's Range:
    22.60 - 23.31
  • 52 wk Range:
    21.23 - 30.49

LBTYK Overview

Prev. Close
23.29
Day's Range
22.6-23.31
Revenue
7.43B
Open
23.07
52 wk Range
21.23-30.49
EPS
8.97
Volume
2,447,678
Market Cap
11.25B
Dividend (Yield)
N/A
(N/A)
Average Vol. (3m)
2,165,922
P/E Ratio
3.07
Beta
1.15
1-Year Change
-20.57%
Shares Outstanding
484,793,664
Next Earnings Date
Nov 09, 2022
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  • Liberty Global C Earnings Miss, Revenue Beats In Q1
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    Investing.com - Liberty Global C (NASDAQ:LBTYK) reported first quarter earnings that missed analysts' expectations on Tuesday and revenue that topped forecasts. The firm reported...

  • Liberty Global C Earnings Beat, Revenue Inline In Q4
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    Investing.com - Liberty Global C (NASDAQ:LBTYK) reported fourth quarter earnings that beat analysts' expectations on Thursday and revenue that was inline with forecasts. The firm...

Liberty Global PLC Class C Company Profile

Liberty Global PLC Class C Company Profile

Liberty Global plc is a United Kingdom-based international provider of broadband Internet, video, fixed-line telephony and mobile communications services to residential customers and businesses in Europe. The Company operates through the Ireland, Belgium, and Switzerland segments. The Company's operations comprise businesses that provide residential and business-to-business (B2B) communications services in Switzerland and Slovakia through certain wholly owned subsidiaries, such as UPC Holding, in Belgium through Telenet Group Holding N.V. (Telenet) and in Ireland through a wholly owned subsidiary, VM Ireland. In addition, it owns a 50:50 joint venture, the VMO2 JV with Telefonica SA (Telefnica), which provides residential and B2B communications services in the United Kingdom and a 50:50 joint venture the VodafoneZiggo JV with Vodafone Group plc (Vodafone), which provides residential and B2B communications services in the Netherlands.

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  • We strongly advise buying Liberty Global. This week Liberty Global PLC Class C (LBTYK) will rise like the foam steadily, decisively and firmly. from 21.49, it will reach 29.89 - 33.31 first, it will easily overcome them and it will start at 33.31 - 35.96, and from Friday 41.02 -42.64, and the following week , 47,17 - 50,07, and then it will easily overcome them again and it will arrive well, between 58 and 64 of stable fixed value. SO WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND BUYING LIBERTY GLOBAL.
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    • You’re saying LBTYK will hit $30 this week!?
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    • It tanked today, need to own A class ?
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  • Liberty Global (FUNDAMENTAL) 5/1/2020 Friday Liberty Global (C) gains 17.3676% Nick: Blue Horseshoe Loves Liberty Global How it went up: On May 1, 2020, starting at 17:34 CEST, it started to go up as the Foam This information has been updated on Saturday, May 2, 2020 12:59 CEST Reason: A story came out I think Bloomberg, which said it merged with Telefonica, and O2, was going to compete with BT in the UK Telefonica, Liberty to Weigh O2, Virgin Merger in U.K https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-05-01/telefonica-liberty-global-said-to-weigh-combining-u-k-units https://www.bloomberg.com/opinion/articles/2020-05-01/malone-s-virgin-media-is-good-u-k-match-for-telefonica-s-02 Liberty Global's agreements with large European telecommunications companies are finally happening Billionaire John Malone's Telefónica SA and Liberty Global Plc are exploring a combination of their UK operations, people with knowledge of the matter said in a deal that would reshape the British telecommunications industry
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