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Bon Chance indeed

Bon Chance indeed

If you’d asked me to predict the outcome of the Brexit vote I’d have said it would be Remain, for sure. When I left the coverage at about 1am on…

Brexit puts Galileo programme at risk

‘Galileo’ is the European Space Agency’s (ESA) major project to deliver improved GPS signalling to cars, boats, aircraft, hikers, etc.  More than 75 per cent of Britain’s space-related funding goes…

SES starts fight back

SES held its annual ‘Capital Markets Day’ on June 21st, talking to analysts about the company’s current state of business and prospects for the future. Evidently it went reasonably well.…

Longest day, shortest night for SES

On June 21st, satellite operator SES is holding its ‘capital market day’ and in the process attempting to explain recent events as to its miserable share performance, and how it…

EU in or out? Dog fights and dog whistles

Liberty Global is donating nearly €900,000 to the Remain Campaign lobbying for the UK to stay in the EU when it comes to the seminal referendum vote next week. Ironically,…

Eutelsat “more upbeat” at Investor Conference

Eutelsat’s CEO Rodolphe Belmer appeared at the Exane/BNP-Paribas CEO Conference in Paris this week, and his presentation saw an “improving tone… [and] more upbeat” following on from its Q3 profits…

Musk “wake up call” to Europe’s space industry

Elon Musk’s SpaceX company is enjoying considerable success launching – and then landing – his reusable rockets into space. They frequently carry valuable communications satellites for Europe’s SES and Eutelsat,…

Sigh of relief at Sky Deutschland

The news that Sky Deutschland has won the pay-TV broadcast rights for the 4 out of the 5 potential Bundesliga DFL football packages delivered a “strongly favourable outcome” for the…

Meltdown for satellite stocks

Who would invest in satellite operators? Each of the ‘big three’ (Intelsat, SES and Eutelsat) have suffered massively from the downturn in satellite sentiment. Other operators have not been immune…

FCC auction could top $100bn

The FCC’s latest spectrum auction has something of a twist, in that current holders of valuable spectrum can sell off unwanted bandwidth in the auction. Nevertheless, the FCC is expecting…

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