Vodafone


Is the dividend cut a buy signal?

14/05/19 -"Vodafone has released its annual results. Although there was not much new on the operational side, the dividend was cut to €0.09, as was unfortunately expected (but it was probably the right thing to ..."

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14/05/19
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