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Thu, Jul 28 2016

UPDATE 2-Telefonica sticks with 2016 dividend, but will review at year end

* Rev drops 7.7 pct to 12.72 bln euros vs 12.89 bln forecast (Recasts with dividend, O2 comments)

BRIEF-Spain's Telefonica says will review dividend at year-end

* Says current level of dividend comfortably covered by cash flow generation, potential measures such partial sale of British or telecoms masts unit

BRIEF-Spain's Telefonica says may cancel 1.5 pct of treasury stock in H2

* Says will decide in H2 if it cancels 1.5 percent of share capital currently owned as treasury stock

CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-Spain's Telefonica affirms dividend despite weak second quarter

* Debt up to 52.6 bln euros at end June from 50.2 bln at end-March

BRIEF-Spain's Telefonica says had treasury stock worth 4.23 pct of capital at end-June

* Says treasury stock at end-June was 4.23 percent of company's share capital versus 3.29 percent in January Further company coverage: (Madrid Newsroom)

Spain's Telefonica Q2 core profit down 7 percent on Brexit, Latam

MADRID, July 28 Spanish telecoms group Telefonica on Thursday reported a 7.1 percent fall in second-quarter core profit, hit by the fall in the value of Latin American currencies and of the sterling after the Brexit vote.

BRIEF-Spain's Telefonica misses Q2 earnings forecasts, dividend unchanged

* Says second quarter revenues were 12.7 billion euros ($14.1 billion) compared to a Reuters poll of 12.9 billion euros

Telefónica probes Brazil marketing deals for discrepancies -report

SAO PAULO, July 25 Telefonica Brasil SA , the country's largest wireless carrier, is investigating whether contracting practices at its marketing division failed to meet internal guidelines and allowed excessive price discrepancies, Valor Econômico newspaper reported on Monday.

Telefonica says Mark Evans to replace Ronan Dunne as CEO of O2 UK

LONDON, July 15 Spain's Telefonica said on Friday that finance executive Mark Evans would replace Ronan Dunne as the boss of its British network operator O2 on August 1.

BRIEF-Telefonica says has sold around 322 mln euros of shares in China Unicom

* Says has sold 361,794,559 shares, worth approximately 322 million euros, in China Unicom Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Reporting by Madrid newsroom)

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