ILIAD AKT FRANCE (OTCMKTS:ILIAF)’s Stock Is Sell After More Market Selling


The stock of ILIAD AKT FRANCE (OTCMKTS:ILIAF) registered an increase of 15.44% in short interest. ILIAF’s total short interest was 276,600 shares in September as published by FINRA. Its up 15.44% from 239,600 shares, reported previously.

It closed at $88.94 lastly. It is up 0.00% since September 13, 2018 and is . It has by 0.00% the S&P500.

Iliad SA provides retail telecommunication services in France. The company has market cap of $5.21 billion. It offers its subscribers the Internet access solutions under the Free and Alice brands; telephony services; television services with 500 channels; and value added services comprising catch-up TV and video on demand, and video games, as well as subscription to pay-TV channels consisting of Canal+, beIN Sports, etc. It currently has negative earnings. The firm also provides hosting services, including shared hosting services comprising Website hosting, and the purchase and resale of domain names; dedicated hosting services, including the dedicated servers to private individuals and SMEs; and collocation services that consist of offering physical space in a data center, as well as the associated electrical capacity.

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