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BT.A Bt Group Plc

104.65
0.20 (0.19%)
01 Mar 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
  0.20 0.19% 104.65 104.60 104.70 106.10 103.45 104.85 25,471,709 16:29:59
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Phone Comm Ex Radiotelephone 20.92B 1.91B 0.1916 5.46 10.41B
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 104.45p. 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 £10.41 billion. Bt has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 5.46.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
05/10/2023
07:41
Must be a large seller - daily drops
scepticalinvestor
05/10/2023
07:31
Papa smurf waiting in agony...
diku
04/10/2023
14:30
Goodness almost 3% swing today
scepticalinvestor
03/10/2023
15:51
Anybody know what the June 23 valuation of the pension was
1224saj
03/10/2023
15:19
Interest rates up, so not good for BT debt.
aussiedonnie
03/10/2023
14:56
Recent low is difficult to break even in October sell off.
action
03/10/2023
14:15
Where were you when this was at 120p gramps?Cld have shorted it
scepticalinvestor
03/10/2023
13:39
how is this debt pile of dogshyt still above a quid, i spose drahi creditor banks will start selling his stake for him soon🤔
porsche1945
03/10/2023
11:44
Probaby a decent area to add at these levels
scepticalinvestor
03/10/2023
10:56
You mean 110p
action
03/10/2023
09:32
BT pumps £500m in theirs a year and will until 2030 from how i read it. it's a pension scheme offering telecom services.

But that article suggests they maybe due a rerate, worth keeping in mind. Cheers for the post.

brut winky
03/10/2023
07:21
Papa smurf wish may come true...
diku
29/9/2023
09:19
A couple of billion of copper, at today’s prices and increasing. They say it’s difficult to extract, not as difficult as copper oar and they know exactly where it is and how much is there and it’s only 6 feet underground! Any copper oar mining/extraction is hit and miss at best and it needs refining. Also BT have all the other “stuff”, palladium, silver, gold, aluminium etc to recover and save energy cost.

The copper does not need to be extracted, it can just be traded around the world as “in vault”.

Every other telecom and comms business must have similar assets, but not on the scale of BT. Interesting problem. Who knows what value will be put on it in the future. They are always opening old mines that were unprofitable but are now viable.

guss
28/9/2023
21:55
Copper in the ground will stay there as legacy souvenir...
diku
28/9/2023
18:32
Drahi's, may be a lot of things, but he's not stupid. He see's the break up of Open reach, EE and value of copper in the ground. Also don't forget, the Germans want their money back
1224saj
28/9/2023
12:04
Reason for share price down @ wrong time increase. hTtps://www.shorttracker.co.uk/company/GB0030913577/
dipa11
28/9/2023
11:57
Appx 50% bt stock is with big share holders . Do not understand swing of 3% ..
action
28/9/2023
09:58
The UK is bankrupt because we are not creating enough wealth. Part of the reason for that is that we are importing far too many goods that we should be making ourselves.

Everyone is to blame. Particularly people who buy imported cars when cars made here are perfectly adequate for most people.

It particularly rankles with me that people in the public sector demand ever higher wages when there is no money in the pot. They want taxpayers to support them but they do not support the country by buying cars made in UK.

It is catch 22. The more UK products we buy the more tax is generated to pay for public services. The more we import the poorer we all become.

It is in our own hands.

willoicc
28/9/2023
09:23
Yet again a 30% crash since April.

UK in such a mess.
Falling £, strong public sector unions, inflation, political risk.

IMF were bought in to bale us out many years ago as international buyers refused to buy HMG debt at reasonable interest rates.
We were forced to cut government spending as a condition of the loan, closing hospital wards and other spending reductions.

UK are close to crisis right now and very soon we shall not have the option of increasing HMG debt because no one will buy our bonds unless interest rates rise to Greek levels.

careful
28/9/2023
09:00
Bought few more today as FOMO and price are low. Good morning
dipa11
28/9/2023
08:50
If you always sell your losers all shares will eventually go to zero. There has to be a point where buying a loser makes rational sense
netcurtains
28/9/2023
08:44
Dropping like a stone - algos selling for all they are worth
scepticalinvestor
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