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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bt Group Plc 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
  -0.75 -0.6% 123.90 124.45 124.60 125.40 123.00 125.40 21,253,215 16:35:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Fixed Line Telecommunications 20,850.0 1,963.0 12.9 9.6 12,301

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03/11/2022
13:33
Surely there is no point buying any now as normally things go down for a few days - two at least, before you get a bounce.

Anyway, that is my view. Its pointless buying today when its reasonably possible it could be cheaper tomorrow.

netcurtains
03/11/2022
13:26
Drahi’s investment has totally undermined this company, his own finances are a shambles!
bookbroker
03/11/2022
13:25
Like free fall, sell, sell, sell! And that is on £25mln of stock in a multibillion pound company. Bizarre!!
bookbroker
03/11/2022
13:23
Absolute shocker, they should be slowing down the rate of investment, it is totally unacceptable that they are having to fund this without Govt grants, tax breaks or not. But why are they spending so much on an annualized basis at the expense of the stability of the company finances. What is to be gained by this, they are certainly not getting any credit for it!
bookbroker
03/11/2022
13:19
Amazing 10% down.

Crash from over 200p a few months ago.
No comment yet from investment houses.

careful
03/11/2022
13:00
Drahi effect here the problem, halving in value since July just obscene, but he is going up in smoke!
bookbroker
03/11/2022
13:00
Going to a quid
pander45
03/11/2022
12:35
Predicted 7.8,
tempted
03/11/2022
11:56
Somebody mentioned the pension thingy...BT and pension go hand in hand...
diku
03/11/2022
11:56
dexdringle, prior to the pandemic FY EPS was 17.5p in 2020.

If i'm reading this correctly HY 2022 EPS is 9.1p. So if they exceed the pre-pandemic EPS dividend cover should be in excess of 2x if FY dividend is 7.7p (payout in 2022).

smurfy2001
03/11/2022
11:48
Isn't the increased debt just the movement in pension defecit, seems to fit at around £800 million.
al101uk
03/11/2022
11:47
Hold on. Am I misreading this or do these results state an EPS of 10p for just six months? So maybe 20p for the whole year. Putting this on a PE ratio of around 6 for the year with, assuming a full year divi of 7p, a dividend yield something like 6% based on the current share price?

People were paying £1.80 a share 4 months ago. Is it really suddenly worth 1/3rd less?

dexdringle
03/11/2022
11:37
Debt up £801m what is this clown of a CEO doing?
smurfy2001
03/11/2022
11:32
I wasn't a shareholder, an employee, I remember finances were sorted and the NTL deal... but not the debt for equity... perspective :-)

When you said "what happened to Telewest" my mind immediately went to the merger.

al101uk
03/11/2022
10:46
"...the last time it happened it was Telewest, and we know what happened to them!"

Telewest had just sorted their financial problems when they were merged with NTL, when NTL bought them Telewest were the strongest financially that they had been in years. They were plunged back in to huge amounts of debt by that merger but still got bought out by Liberty Global and now doing OK under the Virgin Media (Liberty)/O2 joint venture.

I know because I was there.

Virgin were probably about a third of Liberty a while back (before the joint venture), Liberty have an $8 billion market cap... so not too shabby.

al101uk
03/11/2022
10:42
Their buying back to cover employee options plans - so you never know.
spacecake
03/11/2022
10:38
Jansen doing a fine job.
babyal
03/11/2022
10:30
Buybacks? Good to dream l suppose
smurfy2001
03/11/2022
10:26
When the debt stops expanding and the buybacks start and the free cashflow increases then it might be worth looking at to buy.
spacecake
03/11/2022
10:06
If it just about capital loss I'd agree but many have had a large dividend return , have added thid morning, a switch from having bought mainly miners lately
tempted
03/11/2022
10:00
I've bought more too.. now where's those pills?
xtomo
03/11/2022
09:38
Post 607...makes you wonder if this share malarky is worth it for the normal joe shareholder...
diku
03/11/2022
09:37
Crazy reaction in a crazy market
dope007
03/11/2022
09:34
All
BT is my largest holding for many years………………down 49.84%…..!!!! It makes no sense.
Now where did I put all those bottles of pills………

mercedes
03/11/2022
09:33
BOD are playing buying the time game here during their tenure...until the next musical chair reshuffle...the game remains the same only the players change...
diku
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