|Mon 10:35||montyhedge||No wonder GS said 600p. read more...|
|yesterday 17:04||isis||monty - I think they just go overweight! ;-)) read more...|
|yesterday 14:40||longwell||as yesterday sp dropping back in the afternoon read more...|
|yesterday 13:12||harvester||Looks like 400+ may hold by close today . May actually break through 400 barrier .
What happens after that very much depends on what deal they manage to strike and how Ofcom will respond . Early days but it's all in flux now . read more...|
Be patient, 415p next level, anyday now. read more...|
|yesterday 08:19||montyhedge||415p very quickly and you will never see BT below 400p again.400p will become support,. read more...|
|Tue 14:18||dipso||Well done Monty you got it right
Over £4 now, still in November
You should all follow the rainmakers read more...|
|Tue 08:20||montyhedge||GS said three shares to soar next 12 months BT, Arm and Housebuilder Crest Nicholson 75% rise predicted. read more...|
|Mon 19:45||kazoom||Indeed it does look as though BT are in the driving seat on any potential deal, whether with Telefonica or EE.
Interesting to read in the various press items :
> O2 (UK) reckoned to be worth less than £10Bn these days.
> 20% of BT (as is) would be c. £6.5Bn (+20% of O2 itself at say 10Bn = 2Bn) so c. £8.5Bn seemingly being around the negotiating price.
> Back in the day BT sold O2 to... read more...|
|Mon 15:39||montyhedge||Hang on for the ride to 600p and collect dividends on the way growing at 15%. I agree with GS 600p.