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BT.A Bt Group Plc

104.70
1.55 (1.50%)
18 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
  1.55 1.50% 104.70 105.15 105.20 105.25 103.45 103.55 14,330,422 16:35:22
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Phone Comm Ex Radiotelephone 20.92B 1.91B 0.1916 5.49 10.46B
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 103.15p. 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 £10.46 billion. Bt has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 5.49.

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20/12/2023
12:14
The EE retail online shop has lots of listed out of stock items, want a Thinkpad laptop then you find generation 2 laptops when Thinkpad's are up to generation 5, why are they listing old out of stock items, not the greatest move into retail.
spacecake
20/12/2023
11:37
Though BT had turned a corner but recent doom and gloom has really killed any significant progress. Oh well maybe next year is better for suffering shareholders.
chiefbrody
19/12/2023
11:56
I see the deal BT done with Fortinet Inc is good, Fortinet great company my only Nasdaq stock.
montyhedge
17/12/2023
22:07
A snippet from a recent article in the Telegraph.


"BT is pushing technology that it claims will help solve rampant online fraud without reviving Big Brother fears sparked by Tony Blair’s national ID card scheme.

"The former telecoms monopoly has launched a new service and smartphone app dubbed EE ID, which it said will help it sell videogames and fridges to more customers regardless of their telecoms provider.

But bosses privately hope the app will ultimately become part of a nationally recognised digital ID that allows people to prove who they are online – without handing more control to American tech giants.

The ID would likely contain biometric information such as fingerprints and facial recognition and would prevent consumers from having to hand over passport details or other sensitive information to untrusted organisations.

The plan aims to avoid some of the privacy pitfalls of the National Identity scheme floated in 2001 by Tony Blair by not creating a centralised database and not giving the Government unfettered access.""



The following is a non RNS that was also linked the other day.

We are all aware of how the advances in AI and other technologies like quantum computing are providing more tools for hackers and criminals to be more effective but the thought that hackers have already stored data which they currently can't unencrypt because they know the will get the tools to unencrypt it in the future is worrying but it is good to see that BT is involved in new security but it won't protect what has already been stolen.

pj84
15/12/2023
19:25
Recent broker comments were pump and dump...
diku
14/12/2023
08:12
Shorts will be closing out now I would think after last nights Powell comments
holly1000
13/12/2023
13:25
come on BT you can do it!
netcurtains
12/12/2023
22:58
While VOD is making new lows BT cannot run up...
diku
12/12/2023
20:54
net, a quick 20% rise within a few weeks was liable to run in to some profit taking, so the OFCOM story as good an excuse as any. Not holding atm as find BT very difficult to take a view on.
essentialinvestor
12/12/2023
18:31
i dunno, when companies have to start being more transparent about their prices (remember, the majority of the country not only don't understand things like CPI, they really don't understand percentages), when things start being being put in pounds and pence, the pressure on companies tends to go up. Maybe not this year, maybe not next, but somewhere in the medium term there might be a price to pay
eigthwonder
12/12/2023
15:25
this is getting hammered really bad...
netcurtains
12/12/2023
10:28
Low news event day in the editorial room must be desperate today. I do feel sorry for anyone who got stopped out today by the dramatic reporting from the BBC.
holly1000
12/12/2023
09:55
i thought this was positive for the teles as Ofcom has not stopped increases just the new contracts have to state amount of increase in £ -- BBC reporting this morning u would have thought the opposite ---- be glad to hear if I'm wrong
hardupfedup
12/12/2023
09:40
Completely agree No big deal. But great opportunity to pick some more up especially when Morgan Stanley reckons it could double in price.
holly1000
12/12/2023
09:30
What an overreaction..
smurfy2001
12/12/2023
08:43
OFCOM thinking about the way the sector uses CPI +% in charges
eigthwonder
12/12/2023
08:42
im guessing mid contract price increases thingy - ofcom - be up later
hardupfedup
12/12/2023
08:37
Huge fall today - anyone know why?
netcurtains
11/12/2023
20:40
Hope Goodmans not pumping and dumping...
diku
08/12/2023
18:25
BT boosts ‘confidence217; in Openreach fibre build: Goldman

Published: 10:03 08 Dec 2023 GMT



Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) analysts have reiterated the bank's ‘buy’ rating for BT Group PLC (LSE:BT.A), following the company’s Openreach analyst day.

Openreach is BT’s fixed broadband digital infrastructure wholesale business, representing almost half of the group’s underlying earnings (EBITDA).

The presentation boosted analysts’ confidence in the telecommunications company, after management said annual fibre build costs had peaked and per-unit build costs would remain at historic lows.

BT stated that Openreach capital expenditure had peaked last year, and that material fibre operating expenses savings targets have been brought forward by two years to fiscal 2028.

The telecoms company reassured the market about ongoing customer volumes, particularly the sustainability of key customer Sky.

Analysts are confident that BT can remain within its guided capex envelope in the coming years, while delivering higher EBITDA growth through ramping up fibre upselling.

They anticipate an upside in its share price, based on accelerated growth and returns predictions, as well as free cash flow consensus.

Openreach’s cost savings pull forward would represent an approximately 7% or more increase, compared to existing free cash flow consensus, from fiscal 2028, analysts said.

Management stated that fibre build costs will remain at about £300 per home for at least the next two years, due to lower build costs stemming from technical efficiencies and new long-term supply contracts.

Better long-term supply contracts have resulted from a material fall in alternative network, or altnet, builds driving low prices and more capacity at third-party construction companies and other BT suppliers, analysts said.

Goldman predicts that BT’s share price could more than double in the coming year to as much as 290 pence per share, up from a price of about 136.65p at present, representing an upside of about 112.2%.

rathkum
07/12/2023
23:39
Millions of UK consumers could receive payouts after a legal claim was launched against mobile phone networks.

Consumer champion Justin Gutmann alleges Vodafone, EE, Three and O2 overcharged customers for phones beyond the end of their contract.

He is seeking damages of more than £3bn on behalf of 4.8 million people.

Responding, EE called the claim "speculative", while O2 said it hadn't been contacted.

extrovert
07/12/2023
16:42
Tested 137 and 133 levels today.I think this is going to creep up nicely to the Ex Dividend date .
holly1000
07/12/2023
11:32
Always puzzled me why BT got ex divi date during that lull Christmas holiday period when most away...maybe past historical...
diku
06/12/2023
21:29
See here:

www.bt.com/about/investors/individual-shareholders/dividends

smurfy2001
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