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Grupo Televisa SAB ADR TV Stock Quote

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Last close prices updated as of Feb 07, 2023, 6:59 PM EST | USD | BATS BZX Real-Time Price
  • Last Close 5.75
  • Sector Communication Services
  • Industry Telecom Services
  • Investment Style Mid Blend
  • Day Range 5.71  –  5.96
  • Year Range 4.48  –  11.90
  • Market Cap 3.2482 Bil
  • Volume / Avg 2.5 Mil /  3.7 Mil
  • Price / Sales 0.59
  • Price / Book 0.45
  • Forward Div Yield 1.54%
  • Trailing Div Yield 1.54%

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With Content Spinout Done, Televisa Is Now a Pure-Play Telecom With Large Broadband Opportunity

Neil Macker Senior Equity Analyst

Business Strategy and Outlook

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We remain bullish on Televisa's long-term prospects. Historically a powerhouse in Spanish-language media because of its programming prowess and ownership of the leading broadcast networks in Mexico, the firm merged its media business into Univision. Televisa is now focused on telecom. The firm transformed itself into a leading telecom firm in Mexico through a series of acquisitions and is now one of the country’s fastest-growing broadband providers.

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Once the largest media company in the Spanish-speaking world, Grupo Televisa is now one of the leading telecommunication firms in Mexico. Televisa’s cable arm, Izzi, is the one of the largest pay-television and broadband providers in Mexico. The firm also holds a majority stake in Sky Mexico, the country’s only satellite TV provider. Televisa also owns interests in terrestrial radio, magazine publishing, Mexico bingo parlors, and three of Mexico's professional soccer teams. After merging its traditional media business into Univision, Televisa owns a 45% stake in combined entity TelevisaUnivision.

Avenida Vasco de Quiroga, No. 2000, Colonia Santa Fe
Mexico, DF, 01210, MEX
Industry Telecom Services
Employees 37,157

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Yes. TV has a forward dividend yield of 1.53%. See TV’s full dividends and stock split history on the Dividend tab.
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TV’s market cap is 3.25 Bil.
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TV’s stock style is Mid Core.
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TV’s price/sales is 0.59.
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TV’s price/forward earnings is 15.02.
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TV’s price/book is 0.45.
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