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Last week in telecoms: Vodafone and Telenor receiving approval for takeovers, as earnings season kicks off

2019-07-22 07:05:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) A number of mergers and investments, as well as Q2's first earnings reports, set the tone in the telecoms sector, last week. The winners included Turk Telekom (+5.8%), Rostelecom (+5.5%), Intelsat (+5.4%) and Altice Europe (+5.4%). That could however not prevent the Telecompaper Stock Index European Telecoms Services to end week 29 down 1.4 percent, lagging the EuropStoxx 50 (-0.5%). Several German shares were the biggest losers, including 1&1 Drillisch (-13%), United Internet (-10%) and Tele Columbus (-7.7%).

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