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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 21,257,961 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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26/11/2022
17:45
Sorry no link....it was an email direct from the CWU....very positive an agreement is coming soon.
babyal
25/11/2022
20:21
any link for that?thanks
stansmith1
25/11/2022
18:49
Union said today they are confident a settlement has been reached and will be putting it to the members when that happens.
babyal
25/11/2022
16:21
My next purchace is 90p

The Colonel

backdoor grim
25/11/2022
15:53
diku:BT won't.My first purchase was at 101.65...so remember it well.
wendsworth
25/11/2022
15:28
Just hope BT don't do VOD mark 2 like revisit 2020 lows...that was around 100p...
diku
25/11/2022
15:17
Heading for the third consecutive week of a rise in the share price
wendsworth
25/11/2022
13:40
There ya go, wont be long now for my 90p.

The Colonel

backdoor grim
25/11/2022
10:40
Yes, new FTTP contracts are being ditched.

My upgrade now has no target date, am being retained on the previous superfast one.

If only it were possible to walk away from contracts, when it suits, as easily as BT does.

edmondj
25/11/2022
09:38
Post pay not looking good, 90p on the cards.


Hope that helps

Cheers Colonelgrim

backdoor grim
24/11/2022
15:51
Post pay settlement share price will be GRIM for shorters. UP, UP & AWAY !!! 150p by 31/12?
wendsworth
24/11/2022
14:19
BT Group still a 'buy' for Jefferies, with report Openreach cutbacks hitting fibre expansion 'misleading'

Jefferies has a 250p share price target on BT Group, with the stock currently trading at 125.45p



BT Group PLC (LSE:BT.A) is still a 'buy' for analysts at Jefferies who think that this morning's headline in the Financial Times (FT) that Openreach cutbacks are hitting the company's FTTP (Fibre To The Premises) expansion "is misleading".

The Jefferies' analysts noted that the FT suggests that Openreach is seeking to limit its investment in the FTTP roll-out. Specifically, it said Openreach has informed contractors that it will focus investment on completing roll-outs at partially-covered locations and will postpone roll-outs in new locations. Current FTTP coverage is 9mln premises and there is an additional 6mln backlog that is partially completed.

They said Openreach CEO Clive Selley is quoted as saying that what will be suspended is work on surveys and estimates for future work beyond this 15mln footprint, but he asserts that Openreach remains committed to the target of covering 25mln premises by December 2026.

At the half-year, BT guided that FTTP capex will be focused on provisioning customers onto the network. The company's management indicated that the FTTP footprint should increase by around 3.2mln premises in full-year 2023 (FY23) against a prior target of around 3.5mln, which would allow more resources to be directed at provisioning.

The analysts noted that BT disclosed that new FTTP orders came in at the rate of 44,000 per week during 2Q FY23, but that Openreach was only able to connect 25,000 per week. BT also asserted that FTTP coverage costs remain at the lower end of its target £250-£350 per premise range, in line with previous periods, with build rate still guided to accelerate, with the near-term focus on unwinding backlog.

They said: "Our impression from talking with BT is that a build rate of c.3.5mln premises is anticipated for FY24. This would take total coverage to c.14mln premises. To bridge from there to the 25mln target in Dec 2026, Openreach would need to accelerate build rate to c.4mln premises pa. This is the level it has previously described as peak run-rate."

The analysts said the question is how to square BT’s guidance of accelerating build rate with lower group capex from FY24. At the half year, BT raised group capex guidance for FY23 to £5.0bn from £4.8bn, arguing that a tax refund is being reinvested in FTTP.

The Jefferies analysts said: "We understand that the backlog of part-complete FTTP coverage has built up substantially as a result of this investment. From FY24, BT is guiding that group capex will revert to £4.8bn pa, but that FTTP capex will not be declining.

"To square this circle, BT argues that capex focused on Huawei swap out should cease from FY24 (c.£150mln y/y saving) and copper legacy capex is now falling at an accelerating rate (-26% y/y in 1H FY23, on a base of c. £500mln in FY22). On top of that, Openreach’s new FTTP coverage of c.3.5mln premises in FY24 should be heavily focused existing backlog."

The analysts concluded: "The capex question may be more pertinent in FY25, by which time today’s backlog will be largely connected, and FTTP build will be more focused on new footprint. We will be looking for BT to explain what other legacy items might be dropping out of the capex perimeter by FY25."

Jefferies has a 250p share price target on BT Group, with the stock currently trading at 125.45p.

rathkum
24/11/2022
08:24
Support waning


Cheers the Colonel

frontdoor bulls the grim bitch
23/11/2022
13:51
Support building.

What will happen when the pay deal is finalised? 😊

smurfy2001
23/11/2022
13:08
UK shares gone into direction less mode...look at the low volumes...no appetite for risk trade at even year lows...thanks giving week USA so volumes will be light...
diku
23/11/2022
09:11
BT Group subsidiary Openreach is to limit the investment rollout of ultrafast fiber broadband in the U.K. as the company seeks to curb costs amid inflationary pressures, the Financial Times reports, citing a letter.

--Openreach warned suppliers that they will face a financial impact as the group implements plans to tighten the timing of investment to build a "narrower and deeper" fiber broadband network, and that it won't commit capital to projects further than six months out, FT reports.



Full story: Https://on.ft.com/3U1s4C3



Write to Michael Susin at michael.susin@wsj.com



(END) Dow Jones Newswires

November 23, 2022 02:33 ET (07:33 GMT)

maywillow
23/11/2022
08:24
It's going up, up
maxplus2
23/11/2022
08:07
BT Group subsidiary Openreach is to limit the investment rollout of ultrafast fiber broadband in the U.K. as the company seeks to curb costs amid inflationary pressures, the Financial Times reports, citing a letter.

--Openreach warned suppliers that they will face a financial impact as the group implements plans to tighten the timing of investment to build a "narrower and deeper" fiber broadband network, and that it won't commit capital to projects further than six months out, FT reports.

dipso
23/11/2022
07:45
Conservative?
dope007
23/11/2022
07:33
re: above news
It's never too late to realize that the Conservative governments over the past 12 years have been awful.

netcurtains
22/11/2022
21:57
old news, why post now?
stansmith1
22/11/2022
21:20
BT’s pension scheme has revealed the value of its assets plummeted by an estimated £11bn in recent weeks, after the meltdown in UK government bond markets following Kwasi Kwarteng’s mini-budget.

The disclosure in the annual report published by BT Pension Scheme (BTPS), one of the UK’s largest company retirement plans with almost 270,000 members, provides one of the first insights into the scale of the financial impact on funds.

extrovert
22/11/2022
09:26
clive : Don't be put off !
wendsworth
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