Vodafone


VODAFONE, HARD WORK FOR ITS NEW CEO (BUY; 83% UPSIDE)

24/05/23 -" For Vodafone shareholders the ordeal has now lasted 5 years, the stock having lost two-thirds of its value (and a half adjusted for dividends). It all started with Vittorio Colaio‚Äôs leaving gift ..."

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24/05/23
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