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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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05/12/2023
19:10
Good volume.
smurfy2001
05/12/2023
19:00
Much written this week about the plight of smaller fast fibre potential competitors of BT going bust.
cost of capital going up quickly plus poor take up has destroyed their business plan.

Some predict that BT will end up as one of the few big player survivors.

It seems similar to what happened to small energy providers after the gas price priced.

All good for BT.

careful
05/12/2023
16:53
I'll truly believe that when we past 150
chiefbrody
05/12/2023
15:20
Come on BT - lets go into orbit with Kevin Bacon!
netcurtains
05/12/2023
14:48
Worm finally turning?
smurfy2001
05/12/2023
14:00
Not what we PI's wanted to read, but excellent piece of data
1224saj
04/12/2023
20:41
Pension fund ownership of UK stocks hits record low
4 December 2023 • 6:22pm


Insurance and pension funds’ proportions in UK quoted shares slumped to 4.2pc in 2022, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

It was the lowest proportion jointly held by them on record. The proportion has been falling since 1997, when the combined ratio owned was 45.7pc of UK equities.

Pension funds alone held just 1.6pc, the lowest figure on record.

The ONS said the fall may be because companies are “expecting more profitable returns on overseas shares” as well as changes in pension fund regulations.

The data show that at the end of 2022, shares in quoted UK-based companies listed on the London Stock Exchange were worth a total of £2.42trillion.

The proportion of UK shares held by overseas investors increased to a record high of 57.7pc of the value of the UK stock market.

isis
04/12/2023
20:30
You can get SKY Atlantic on BT TV via NOW TV
netcurtains
04/12/2023
17:37
It probably wasn't wise for the Government to encourage more start ups for Broadband given the costs involved. Many millions have been spent and with costs flying upwards it's gonna end up with most of them going to the Wall like the old Cable Companies in the 80's and 90's.
isis
04/12/2023
17:28
BT Group PLC's (LSE:BT.A) share price could more than double, according to JPMorgan, which thinks 2024 could be a “break-outR21; year for European telcos.

The investment bank’s bullish sector stance is based on price increases which imply upside risk to consensus, EBITDA growth, free cash flow increases, “best-in-class" EPS growth, falling interest rates and prospects for further consolidation in the sector.

rathkum
04/12/2023
17:04
Ex-Dividend 28 Dec 2023
Payment date 2 Feb 2024

smurfy2001
04/12/2023
16:26
The Christmas rally has started BT always does well this time of year also Divided on 23rd I think ?
holly1000
04/12/2023
09:05
How the market narrative gets flipped and tossed around...first high rates were bad for technology shares...now high rates for longer is good for technology shares...until the next narrative flip and toss around...its a casino...end off...
diku
04/12/2023
08:45
I have noticed, while in Scotland over the weekend, some of my mates are switching from VIRGIN to BT...

Are BT doing good deal at present?

netcurtains
04/12/2023
08:07
I know the market prefers "show me do not tell me" stories so it will not pay up for BT today, but when the FTTP programme ends in 2026 and the cost savings programme is fully delivered the Group will be producing literally billions of pounds in extra annual free cash flow within a couple of years which will have people looking back in disbelief that this traded on 6x earnings in 2023.
pdosullivan
02/12/2023
17:46
The markets at some point correct themselves to the mean. The chances of overvalued shares with no dividend going down is far riskier than undervalued shares paying dividends going up!
The derisk of Pension Funds has been the main factor in many of our devaluations 50% to under 3% is a massive drop by any standards!!
BT take note - you are one of the main culprits!

isis
02/12/2023
17:38
We can buy overvalued USA shares or undervalued UK shares.

Not happy with either.
Apple at PE over 30 and yield of 0.5%.
Many UK shares with PE 10 yield 5%

No money going in here .

Liquidity rules all markets, but shares are not houses.
An identical property in Bradford is worth a fraction of one in Richmond, London.
..but rents are effective dividends, and much higher in London.

On balance I prefer undervalued shares paying good dividends.

careful
29/11/2023
08:49
Pension Funds need to be more diversified. With such big yields on FTSE stocks they should be holding alot more.
Hardly anything even trades at NAV!

isis
29/11/2023
08:43
FTSE needs reforms...what progress since Y2000?...
diku
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