Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
BT Group LSE:BT.A London Ordinary Share GB0030913577 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.70p -0.22% 324.25p 324.20p 324.25p 326.45p 320.10p 325.75p 15,250,177.00 16:29:55
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Fixed Line Telecommunications 19,042.0 3,029.0 29.9 10.8 32,283.43

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28/3/2017
22:16
I see to remember that BT has copper assets worth significantly north of £10 / share. (I'm sure someone can find the full value). Trouble is that they would cost more to recover than they are worth - with current technology. But if technology moves on - this could become the new "shale gas".
kazoom
28/3/2017
21:31
Deutsche bank will change to a buy once they have loaded up on shares. I read that BT have assets worth £3.20.That, ladies and gentlemen is your support. Buy when it touches that. Enjoy the dividend and wait patiently for a nice capital increase. Simples.
kitbag1984
28/3/2017
20:15
Haha. There's a hell of a lot of 'hopes' in there for Ofcom. What business does, or can afford, to run things the way stupid Ofcom want? What BT wants is to adopt the Sky business model of screw everyone else, put them out of business, and piggy back off BT to make money without any cost to them! Truth is that if there is a problem with Britains broadband it's directly due to Ofcoms own actions years ago when it decided to cripple the only company actually investing in Broadband. All because Bt had the damn cheek to want to get future profits back from its own 'Private' investment! Back in the 90's BT had two factories making fibre in preparation for rollout to every house by 2000, all abandoned and shut down due to regulation. I know I'm a shareholder and an employee so have an axe to grind but if I was just a member of the public with this knowledge I'd be absolutely fuming with ofcom and demanding blood. But what we've learned if nothing else is OFCOMs uncanny ability to divert the attention and blame to BT along with lining their own pockets in the process...now that's a business model to be proud of!
pacemaker1000
28/3/2017
18:30
The Independent Online BT and OfCom reach a deal. Will it work for Britain? BT's Openreach broadband arm will become a ‘legally separate entity’ within the group in the hope that this will improve service. But BT still calls the shots Hurrah! Peace finally reigns over broadband Britain. At least when it comes to BT and Ofcom. The telecom giant has finally caved in and agreed to the legal separation of its Openreach broadband infrastructure arm within the group. That means no more BT branding on Openreach vans. And the 32,000 people who work for the company will get a new boss. Sort of. BT reaches deal with regulator Ofcom to legally separate Openreach The regulator hopes the new set up will lead to faster broadband speeds, more investment in the Openreach network, better service for BT’s rivals and their customers, a better digital deal for UK plc. But, and it’s a big but, while Openreach will be a legally separate entity within the BT Group, it will still be under the latter’s 100 per cent ownership. While Openreach will control its budget, BT sets it. Openreach will have its own board. BT appoints the board. The chief executive of Openreach will report to Openreach’s chairman. But there will be “accountability to the BT group chief executive with regards to certain legal and fiduciary duties that are consistent with BT’s responsibilities as a listed company”. If all that gives you a headache, and makes you wonder if this will actually change anything beyond creating a bit of work for people in taking the BT logo off Openreach vans, well, you're not alone.
excell1
28/3/2017
15:56
Pace - very broad statement you have made here. Could you clarify 'soon' - is it 3 months, six months, 1 year etc and how do you know 'nobody' has cancelled their broadband or mobile?
toon1966
28/3/2017
15:13
Economy will soon take a dive. EU countries want to keep things in house, imports set to go up. Most risers been off the back of the pound falling. Luckily nobody has cancelled their broadband or mobile so BT winning here but lost out to Europe.
pacemaker1000
28/3/2017
14:52
Looks like investors not traders trying to catch the low everyday. Like catching a falling knife.
montyhedge
28/3/2017
14:51
Telecoms down in. US, sentiment seems negative for telecoms at the moment.
montyhedge
28/3/2017
14:20
Deutsche Bank £2.75, 30 January 2017, reduced from £3.25.
toon1966
28/3/2017
14:08
Deutsche bank have given out 3 recommendations THIS month alone but do not even have the guts to put a price on BT. Says something to me.They want to get their own house in order first. They are virtually bust and only held up by the German state.
excell1
28/3/2017
14:03
If 'brexit' is so crippling to UK Business why is our economy still growing, surely we would be on the verge of entering a recession instead?
toon1966
28/3/2017
14:02
BT is after all a utility company. While metals and the like have had a tremendous year,utilities will now come into their own.While interests rates remain this low,investors will be looking for dividend yields in safe companies.
excell1
28/3/2017
13:26
Trust me all the damage caused by Brexit (and its been substantial)has already happened. Global services hit hard with companies refusing to deal with them and has already been factored in. the last two financials have also reflected this. If anything tomorrows disasterous triggering could improve BT as at least the uncertainty will go. Brexit has been crippling for ALL UK business, BT is no diferent
pacemaker1000
28/3/2017
13:14
colonelgrim, sometimes all the planning in the world can still go wrong!!! Fortunately there is wifi
hubshank
28/3/2017
11:36
One might argue, that once article 50 has been invoked, a good degree of 'uncertainty', will have been removed. I expect a blue FTSE100 tomorrow - hopefully, BT will be swept along with the herd.
jenny tulwought
28/3/2017
10:47
Monty BT retains ownership of Openreach and that's the major hurdle over.Hence trade off with Ofcom.
excell1
28/3/2017
10:21
Article 50 triggered tomorrow, further uncertainty for the markets. At the moment I can't see a bullish case for BT, but plenty of bearish points. My target is around 285p to 300p.
montyhedge
28/3/2017
09:15
No surprises from Deutsche Bank this morning, reiterated their sell recommendation....
toon1966
28/3/2017
09:05
monty...you da man always!...nice day for golfing...
diku
28/3/2017
09:03
Yesterday was bear closing to bag some profits, could see new bear positions put on. My guess going lower.
montyhedge
28/3/2017
08:10
"'AT' BEAR RAID" holding this one down this am {:@(
colonelgrim
28/3/2017
07:50
Or might see a rise if more investors see the pull back as another unexpected opportunity to buy more at this level.I know which one most of us would like to see :)
moretimeforlife
28/3/2017
07:45
Might see an early fall as newspapers discuss yesterday's news.
oakville
28/3/2017
07:27
Hubshanks, “…waiting three months for a new line when we moved business premises”[1] Correct me if I’m wrong here, surely a business that relies solely upon internet connectivity to operate/survive today, would not move premises before a fully operational office/workshop was up and running, especially in the light that any small hiccup in trade might send said business to the wall!’ They call it economic planning I think! Post: [1] 22703
colonelgrim
28/3/2017
00:33
Fair enough hubshank, looks like you were badly let down! Just touched a nerve with me when some businesses move or setup in the middle of nowhere and expect instant fast service. BT has to do it at great loss.
pacemaker1000
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