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Liberty Global starts USD 1 bln share buyback plan amid lower Q4, with continued customer losses

2020-02-14 09:24:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Liberty Global said revenues for the fourth quarter slid 0.5 percent to USD 2.982 billion, pulled down by contractions in Switzerland, Belgium and UK/Ireland. Mobile revenue increased 5.2 percent to USD 429.9 million but was not able to offset cable revenue falling 0.9 percent to USD 1.902 billion. The operating cash flow (OCF) declined a bit over 4 percent to USD 1.273 billion with OFCF (OCF after tax) down 18.2 percent to USD 433.4 million. The operating profit meanwhile increased 11.2 percent to USD 282.5 million. For the full year, revenues dipped 0.6 percent lower to USD 11.541 billion, with OCF off 3.1 percent to USD 4.859 billion, OFCF up 34.5 percent to USD 1.979 billion and the operating profit going 11.2 percent lower to USD 745.5 million.

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