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Proximus NV (PROX.BR)

PROX.BR on Brussels Stock Exchange

25.97EUR
8 Dec 2016
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About

Proximus NV, formerly Belgacom NV and Belgacom SA is a Belgium-based company registered under the Belgian public law that provides both fixed and mobile telecommunication services, including telephony, Internet and television services for both professional and private customers. Its activities are divided into five product... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.57
Market Cap(Mil.): €8,694.01
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 338.03
Dividend: 0.37
Yield (%): 4.26

Financials

  PROX.BR Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 15.51 20.36 20.02
EPS (TTM): 1.66 -- --
ROI: 9.80 23.20 21.29
ROE: 19.15 26.28 26.58

BRIEF-Proximus begins testing project of 5G mobile technology in with Huawei - Xinhua

* Proximus begins testing project of 5G mobile technology in cooperation with Huawei - Xinhua Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

Nov 14 2016

Belgium's Proximus ups 2016 outlook after strong third quarter

BRUSSELS, Oct 28 Belgian telecoms group Proximus increased its 2016 outlook on Friday, after a third quarter with core profit (EBITDA) above analysts' expectations.

Oct 28 2016

BRIEF-Proximus Q3 underlying EBITDA up at EUR 474 million, revises FY EBITDA outlook upwards

* Q3 underlying EBITDA 474 million euros ($516.80 million) versus 456 million euros in Reuters Poll

Oct 28 2016

BRIEF-Proximus Q2 operating profit misses Reuters poll

* Q2 2016, Proximus posted solid underlying domestic EBITDA growth of 4.1 pct

Jul 29 2016

Domestic growth boosts Proximus Q2 core profit

BRUSSELS, July 29 Belgian telecoms group Proximus on Friday said core profit in the second quarter of 2016 increased by more than analysts had expected, as growth in its Belgian operations outweighed falling income from its international business.

Jul 29 2016

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