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BT.A Bt Group Plc

105.40
0.70 (0.67%)
19 Apr 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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
  0.70 0.67% 105.40 104.90 105.00 105.65 103.50 104.30 18,175,245 16:35:26
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Phone Comm Ex Radiotelephone 20.92B 1.91B 0.1916 5.47 10.43B
Bt Group Plc is listed in the Phone Comm Ex Radiotelephone sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BT.A. The last closing price for Bt was 104.70p. Over the last year, Bt shares have traded in a share price range of 101.70p to 161.35p.

Bt currently has 9,943,309,483 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Bt is £10.43 billion. Bt has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 5.47.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/7/2023
08:43
Almost like someone has a vested interest in keeping the share price low
redike1
28/7/2023
08:32
With these Algo's it is difficult/impossible to know which way they want the price to go. Level 2 is pointless to get any direction and I've all but given up trying to guess which way a stock will go.
If it looks cheap on fundamentals as many UK stocks are then buy Dividend stocks and be patient until it Flies in the right direction. These were around 160p a few months ago and figures were slightly ahead this time.
The shorters on here are spreadbetters and I don't think they have any say in the matter, although many think they do that's why they spout alot of nonsense on most of these boards.
They may as well go down the Dog Track and start calling the other Dogs names in the hope their Dog will win.
Lunatics.

isis
28/7/2023
08:19
These shorters are relentless...every rise is sold into
scepticalinvestor
27/7/2023
20:42
wendsworth...44707...RR. is in a sector league of its own...unlike BT and VOD the dog sector since 2016...more often holding to infinity also not working...
diku
27/7/2023
15:34
Jeeezz spinning like a Roulette Wheel!!

Someone's having a Larf!

isis
27/7/2023
15:22
hTTps://www.marketscreener.com/quote/stock/BT-GROUP-PLC-4003616/news/BT-Group-Backs-Guidance-as-First-Quarter-Earnings-Rose-44434306/
dipa11
27/7/2023
13:52
I wonder if the Algos walk the price down to get the stops out and let the shorts close their positions.
A lot of funny stuff going on.

isis
27/7/2023
13:47
Bght twice so far. Could not resist divi.
action
27/7/2023
11:40
Wandsworth.
Sometimes we forget that investment is a long term game.
These companies generate wealth over decades.

So many short term traders, high frequency traders, CFD shorters, momentum traders, the current share prices often lose touch will reality and fundamentals.

That said, we must get our entry point correct and have an exit strategy.
There prices seem to halve and double because of this casino behaviour.

careful
27/7/2023
11:02
careful: Although no longer a holder Your policy is sound i.e.'stick with it'. Faced with a plethora of doomsters I bailed out of RR in the 80s ......now look at it's SP!!!
wendsworth
27/7/2023
10:35
Being heavily shorted. Bght in now at just over 123
scepticalinvestor
27/7/2023
09:09
Set up well for the future.
Undrevalued, as is most of the UK market.

Really odd, wise capital spend on fast fibre, big takeup, good future earnings.
PE in single figures, hight dividend yield.

At some time in the future the pension issue will go away, even BT workers don'y live forever.

As Jansen said, going forward there will be a much smaller workforce.
A long term hold if ever there was one.

Crazy, I see Meta has risen well over 100% this year and after last nights impressive results the PE is down to about 40. so away she goes.
Dividend zero.

I will stick with BT

careful
27/7/2023
09:05
Nothing wrong with the results, should rise in the next few days.
dipso
27/7/2023
08:38
First 10 minutes this morning marked up 2-3p then sell off started.
dipso
27/7/2023
08:21
already selling off. unbelievable
dealy
26/7/2023
18:38
Maybe already leaked lunch time...
diku
26/7/2023
15:50
Q1 results tomorrow.
dipso
26/7/2023
15:43
Oui tres bien, merci
nige co
26/7/2023
14:59
Nige: As Patrick Drahi would say.... 'Bon chance mon ami'!
wendsworth
26/7/2023
13:27
Wendsworth, I agree, Drahi will have edged his BT position and may well be behind the share price sell off, taking advantage of weak sellers. yes I think that I would sell in to any bid and not hang around, good advice mate.

I see a lot of value in BT assets and think that once FTTP is completed there will be massive cost savings going forward, but that is a long way down the road. I would rather a bid now than waiting until 2026.

nige co
26/7/2023
12:26
Nige: Who knows? As you rightly point up Drahi is well versed in making money . He will , in my view, have probably 'sailed close to the wind' on a number of occasions. His 'presence' on the BT register has filled me with unease. I have little doubt that the fall in BT's share price has not impacted on Drahi who will have taken steps to safeguard his position.

I see Drahi rather like I do Appollo Global Mangement who regularly make approaches and doubtless cash in on the resultant share price rise,whilst down the line finally withdraw. Having been a holder of Wood Group (WG.), and being wary, I sold out on 19/04 at 226.852 and lo and behold on 15/5 Appollo withdrew their 240p offer! Don't always get it right ...'cause I switched into VOD !!!

Could be that there will be some t/over approach for BT ....in which case my advice is take the money.

On the subject of BT ...I see there are reports of staff reductions / redeployment affecting around 11,000 roles at Martlesham?

wendsworth
26/7/2023
07:13
I don't believe that Drahi, a billionaire would invest billions in a company that he wasn't sure of the outcome. He's not here to lose money. He hasn't become a billionaire by being foolish. So that leads me to think that he will be a winner in the end, he's playing the long game, he's got something lined up, that he must be pretty sure of the outcome. Time will tell, hopefully.

Since Drahi started purchasing his BT shareholding, the share price briefly breached £2 in June 2021, I would guess based on his share purchasing, before falling back. He purchased more shares and the share price almost touched £2 again in July 2022, he's since purchased his last lot with no reaction to the share price, now down at a depressed 124p. How many more times can the BT tree be shaken of weak investors. Is managements hand weaker now that Jansen is resigning in regards defending a bid. I think so. Is Drahi building his stake to do a deal with DT, who have said previously that they could make a deal with BT.

All things considered, is it now or never for a takeover bid?

nige co
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