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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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24/11/2023
09:05
Our thoughts turn to fearing what labour will do to BT.
Scary that they could find a way to control companies without nationalisation.

We have to write off the inept Tories, even their strongest supporters are sick of the mess they have left.
Some of it, post Brexit, is this migration shambles where freedom of movement within the EU has been replaced massively by immigration from developing countries.
To think that many voted Brexit to control our borders.

Irreversible, we have lost our National Identity, there is no such thing as British Characteristics anymore.
Many would argue this rich diversity of race or religion is a good thing.

But we can be sure of a Labour victory for many other reasons. How will this effect BT.
What should we do about it?

careful
23/11/2023
20:59
Goldmans upped their target and added 'Conviction Buy' whilst UBS who've never been a fan see's value at BT at 115p!! lol


UBS said the shares face several risks/overhangs", listing them as Virgin Media O2 "possibly revisiting M&A discussions with TalkTalk", Sky shifting some of its wholesale broadband business away from Openreach, new CEO Allison Kirkby potentially accelerating the existing strategy with the result of a dividend cut, the 24.5% stake by Altice "may now be more of an overhang than an element of support", and finally that the Labour Party is "reportedly looking to remove mid-contract price rises for consumers and indexation at Openreach".

The Swiss bank reiterated its 'sell' rating and 115p share price target.

Over at Goldman Sachs, the telecoms team have taken a much brighter view, hiking their target price to 290p from 280p.

isis
23/11/2023
19:13
They still have to spend/find the 75% though, but at least it is costing less in real terms so better than a poke in the eye. Slowing down the spend might be a good thing to cap the debt mountain.
whitehunter
23/11/2023
08:29
25% government tax break on each 1 million capital investment. If BT invest 100 million in fiber broadband 25 million gov tax break. Now this tax breaks are pemanent. Pension deficit will be paid by tax breaks. cheap. DYOR.
action
22/11/2023
23:45
no, but we will have angela rayner...enough said...
stansmith1
22/11/2023
22:01
Looks a good deal for BT added to the annihilation of the Pension Fund deficit.
Should kick in when the market wakes up............zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

isis
22/11/2023
15:10
Takes awhile for the Shorts and Spreadbetters to get out of the way! :)
isis
22/11/2023
14:50
Ah well, that's the froth gone after todays spike, back down we go again :-(
1224saj
22/11/2023
14:31
Should get a good write up soon with the lower Pension Deficit and Tax allowance pushing this into the 130's
isis
22/11/2023
14:24
Viagra not enough.
smurfy2001
22/11/2023
14:19
Sweating kicking in...
diku
22/11/2023
14:15
Steam running out
cafc69
22/11/2023
13:33
Offsetting Corporation tax with 100% expensing for capital investment, now permanent, must be worth huge amounts to BT because of the huge investment in fast fibre.
careful
22/11/2023
13:33
Last time it went up to 130p
action
22/11/2023
13:28
Business taxation
A tax break allowing companies to reduce their tax by up to 25p for every £1 they spend on plant and machinery has been made permanent. The move, which had been due to come to an end in April 2026, will cost £10 billion a year. It has been billed by the chancellor as the biggest tax cut for businesses in modern British history.

isis
22/11/2023
13:28
Shares are just returning to a price not long ago 🤷
smurfy2001
22/11/2023
13:23
Starmer is not Corbyn and probably not any worse than Rishi and the Tories have been.
It is a given the Tories will be out. Done and dusted.

isis
22/11/2023
13:20
BT up because of the Budget - re changes in tax relief on company investment.
boix
22/11/2023
13:15
What is happening? Any news coming out on us open
action
22/11/2023
12:48
sky would be the limit were it not for a labour govt on the horizon, free broadband for scroungers, capped prices, place your bets
stansmith1
22/11/2023
12:26
Where do you feel the true value is of BT guys?

With the Pension deficit seemingly well on track and cost-controls in the offing, the eventual completion of the fibre roll out must give this a chance of growth from current SP?

Where would you see the key risks?

I’m tempted in but the telecoms sector doesn’t seem to have turned the corner…yet?

fundamentals23
22/11/2023
11:38
going up on a bad day is possibly interesting? (although so is VOD so its probably something industry wide)
netcurtains
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