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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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14/11/2023
17:11
I think the fact that BT itself is paying nearly 7% in Dividends should make pension Funds question there almost there almost zero strategy to UK Equities.
Foreign Pension Funds have more invested here.

isis
14/11/2023
16:49
Dismal day? Anything specific? Broker downgrade?
chiefbrody
14/11/2023
14:54
Forget pension deficit now Concentrate on growing profit coupled with cost savings. Buying in any pull back. Better than VOD results
action
14/11/2023
13:37
Is it possible that if the pension fund had had more cash in UK equities and less in bonds, then they would be in surplus now?
dan de lion
14/11/2023
11:36
BT pensioner here, looking forward to drawing my pension for many decades, glad the pension scheme is getting healthier. Shares are an ongoing disappointment.
epo001
14/11/2023
10:04
Bght some on a dip
action
14/11/2023
08:46
Here is a Tony Seba video for the dinosaur - Easter Parade New York:
willoicc
14/11/2023
08:14
Do you know what time DIPSO?
netcurtains
14/11/2023
07:54
Big rise coming this morning
dipso
14/11/2023
07:36
Not a Pensions actuary but I would say that has to be a positive!

1. Funding position

1.1 Deficit at 30 June 2023

1.1.1 The funding deficit at 30 June 2023 is GBP3.70bn.

1.1.2 A summary of the funding position and principal assumptions is shown in the table below.


June 2020 June 2023
Assets (GBPbn) 57.32 37.22
---------- ----------
Liabilities (GBPbn) (65.30) (40.92)
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Deficit (GBPbn) (7.98) (3.70)
---------- ----------
Funding level 88% 91%
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Real discount rate (1.7)% 1.6%
Average RPI inflation 3.1% 3.6%
------- --------
Average CPI inflation 2.4% 3.2%(1)

isis
14/11/2023
07:31
I think so....well at least it hasn't gone up! :)
It's reducing and on track.

isis
14/11/2023
07:28
Good news?
Suet

suetballs
14/11/2023
07:20
£4billion less Pension Fund deficit?

1. The funding deficit at 30 June 2023 is GBP3.70bn, down from GBP7.98bn at the 2020 funding valuation following GBP4.36bn of deficit contributions

2. Annual contribution amounts remain unchanged, at GBP600m in each financial year until 31 March 2030, and a final payment of GBP490m before 30 April 2030. In addition, BT Group will continue to make payments of GBP180m each year under the asset-backed funding arrangement agreed at the 2020 valuation

isis
14/11/2023
07:17
That looks better! :)
isis
14/11/2023
07:17
BT Group announces triennial pension valuation

BT Group and the BT Pension Scheme ("BTPS") have agreed the 30 June 2023 triennial funding valuation ("2023 valuation") and how the deficit will be addressed (the "recovery plan"):

1. The funding deficit at 30 June 2023 is GBP3.70bn, down from GBP7.98bn at the 2020 funding valuation following GBP4.36bn of deficit contributions

dipso
11/11/2023
21:49
A bit of tweak here and there...and move/shuffle the icons...
diku
11/11/2023
18:40
It's clever marketing same as Apple. They could give you the whole lot in the first place but then you wouldn't buy the next version.
isis
11/11/2023
18:26
Why does Microsoft have to bring out new softwares...market cap approaching $3 trillion...would it work without Telco infrastructure...
diku
11/11/2023
16:27
AI and driverless cars

We shall look back and laugh at these scams.
Information and computer systems are not that important.
We waste so much time looking at computer screens.

We could manage quite well without them.

How do you build a house, grow food, care for the sick, cook our food, make clothes, cars or aeroplanes.

Quite the reverse, there will be a counter revolution.
Those living in Gaza will not be helped by AI. food medicine and shelter...the basics.

careful
11/11/2023
12:50
The efficiency saving will pay for pension deficit. Also AI will replaced the head count. All positive apart from labour gov cloud who do not like profit and Prosperous UK PLC.
action
11/11/2023
12:47
I will buy on sny weakness. Ship has turned. Total three billion savings per year by 2025.
action
11/11/2023
11:42
If Drahi wants out, he'll do a deal with the Germans at his stake money. They are seriously underwater with the price they paid for BT. Question is, why is only PI's that average down, what do billionaires and institutions know that we don't?
1224saj
11/11/2023
10:25
Waiting for pull back to topup.
action
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