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Vodafone Group PLC (VOD.O)

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Fri, May 26 2017

Vodafone's M-pesa money service to expand further into Africa - CEO

NAIROBI, May 26 Vodafone's popular mobile financial services M-Pesa will expand into more African countries, giving millions of people access to banking services without the need for a bank account, the chief executive of Safaricom said.

BRIEF-Vodafone Malta to be combined with Melita Ltd

* Apax Partners Midmarket SAS, Fortino Capital and Vodafone Group Plc to combine Melita ltd and Vodafone Malta Ltd

BRIEF-Sky Network Television says Co and Vodafone filed amended notice of appeal in high court

* Co and Vodafone have filed an amended notice of appeal in high court

Sky and Vodafone move forward with appeal of NZ Commerce Commission decision

WELLINGTON, May 18 New Zealand pay television provider Sky Network TV on Thursday said it had filed a second, more detailed appeal with courts against the Commerce Commission's decision to bar its purchase of Vodafone's local unit.

Earnings drag on European shares, though Vodafone lifts telcos

LONDON, May 16 European shares ended little changed on Tuesday as disappointing earnings updates weighed on banks and pharma stocks, but a well-received outlook from Vodafone helped Britain's FTSE 100 touch a record high.

Bucking the trend, Vodafone CEO says optimistic about Brexit deal

LONDON, May 16 Vodafone Chief Executive Vittorio Colao said he was optimistic Britain would secure a Brexit deal that works for both sides because there was so much at stake for over 500 million European citizens.

UPDATE 2-Vodafone promises higher dividends as cash flow set to jump

* Operator says free cash flow will increase to about 5 mln euros

Earnings a drag on European shares, though Vodafone lifts telcos

* Updates weigh on BTG, CYBG, easyJet (Adds detail and quote, updates prices)

Earnings a drag on European shares, though Vodafone boosts FTSE to fresh record

LONDON, May 16 European shares retreated early on Tuesday as disappointing earnings updates weighed on banks and pharma firms, though a well-received update from Vodafone helped the FTSE 100 touch a record high.

BRIEF-Vodafone sees cash flow improvement as regulation, capex ease

* Cfo says free cash flow step-up driven by growth in organic business as capex normalises

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