Morningstar‘s Stock Analysis MYTAY
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Company Profile MYTAY
Magyar Telekom PLC is a telecommunications company that operates in two segments: MT-Hungary and North Macedonia. MT Hungary supplies mobile, information communication, television distribution, and system integration services to both business and residential consumers in Hungary. The North Macedonia segment expands the company's mobile and fixed-line telecommunication services across North Macedonia. Magyar controls the largest share of the Hungarian telecom market and has a footprint in Macedonia, Bulgaria, and Romania. The company receives most of its revenue from Hungary.
Budapest, 1097, HUN
FAQs for Magyar Telekom PLC ADR Stock
Yes. MYTAY has a forward dividend yield of 4.49%.
MYTAY’s full dividends and stock split history
on the Dividend tab.
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MYTAY’s market cap is 769.22 Mil.
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MYTAY’s stock style is Small Value.
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MYTAY’s beta can be found in Trading Information at the top of this page.
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