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Thu, May 11 2017


T-Mobile US set to take part in U.S. merger talks: Deutsche Telekom

FRANKFURT T-Mobile US will very likely be part of merger talks in the United States and its strong position there should give it time to find the best fit, its parent Deutsche Telekom said on Thursday.

UPDATE 3-T-Mobile US set to take part in U.S. merger talks - Deutsche Telekom

* 700 mln euro charge on BT stake weighs on net profit (Rewrites to lead on M&A in U.S., updates shares)

BRIEF-Deutsche Telekom CEO says not excluding anything in U.S.

* CEO says still believes stake in bt is valuable asset despite impairments Further company coverage: (Frankfurt Newsroom)

BRIEF-Deutsche Telekom CEO says T-Mobile US growth sets high bar for alternatives to independent course

* CEO says including expected cash expenditure for this year we will have invested over $40 billion in the past 5 years in t-mobile us

Deutsche Telekom Q1 core profit up 7.5 pct

FRANKFURT, May 11 Deutsche Telekom reported a better-than-expected 7.5-percent rise first-quarter core profit and sales on Thursday, helped by growth in Germany and the United States.

Germany has no plan to sell Deutsche Telekom shares-finmin

BERLIN, March 17 The German finance ministry rejected a magazine report on Friday that the government plans to sell shares in Deutsche Telekom.

BRIEF-T-Mobile agrees to sell $500 mln 4.000% senior notes due 2022, $500 mln 5.125% senior notes due 2025 and $500 mln 5.375% senior notes due 2027

* T-Mobile agrees to sell $500.0 million 4.000% senior notes due 2022, $500.0 million 5.125% senior notes due 2025 and $500.0 million 5.375% senior notes due 2027

LSE CEO Rolet staying put if Boerse tie-up fails

LONDON London Stock Exchange Group Chief Executive Xavier Rolet said on Friday he would "postpone his retirement" if, as widely expected, a 26 billion euro ($27.4 billion) merger with Deutsche Boerse collapses.

LSE still trying to get Deutsche Boerse tie-up approved

LONDON, March 3 The London Stock Exchange Group said on Friday it was continuing to work hard to win approval for its planned merger with Deutsche Boerse, a 29 billion euro ($31 billion) deal now widely seen as doomed.

BRIEF-Deutsche Telekom CEO sees much potential for BT cooperation

* CFO says likes U.S. business, there is a standalone path Further company coverage:

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