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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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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/1/2024
20:26
It is not what you know but who you know...exclusive club...
diku
02/1/2024
12:22
Why does failure at the highest level reap rewards for this merry go round of CEO's?Outgoing BT boss Jansen approached about being next WPP chair
geniechem
01/1/2024
20:50
I think the message is getting louder and clearer, there needs to be some rule changes to get investment going, have been saying this for the past few years!
Even the Guardian are on it!

isis
01/1/2024
12:18
James Warrington, media correspondent: BT

BT has long laboured with a sluggish share price: its market valuation has barely risen above the £12.5bn it paid for EE back in 2015.

That might be about to change: rising consumer prices and falling interest rates will benefit the former telecoms monopoly in 2024, while the potential for financial difficulties at alt-net broadband rivals raises the prospect of consolidation that would cement its dominance in the market.

At the same time, rising free cash flow and a declining pension deficit have given the company more financial breathing space.

The improved outlook has fuelled speculation that BT could spin off its mobile network EE, which is earmarked as the group’s new flagship brand.

Meanwhile, speculation is still rife that French billionaire Patrick Drahi could launch a takeover attempt after building a 24.5pc stake. After years in the doldrums, 2024 could just be BT’s year.

pj84
31/12/2023
15:33
The FT article points out the challenges facing Alison Kirkby.

Lets hope she can start to turn around the fortunes of BT.

"The Glaswegian, who spent most of the past decade turning around former state-owned telecoms monopolies in Scandinavia, faces the daunting task of trying to restore the FTSE 100 company’s share price, which has fallen around 45 per cent since Jansen took over in February 2019."

If not it could become even more of a takeover target.

"With shares down about 50 per cent over the past five years, Justin Funnell, telecom analyst at Nextgen Research, said the company was “potentially vulnerable to a bid” as it was “at the deepest part of the fibre investment curve and the pension deficit [has been] brought down to manageable levels”. BT in November announced the funding shortfall in its retirement scheme had more than halved to £3.7bn, from £7.98bn three years ago."

Philip Jansen said ""When asked about regrets, he said he was “disappointed . .̴1;. that the share price is where it is”. Ultimately, this is the metric that Kirkby is also likely to be judged on."

pj84
31/12/2023
10:36
Thanks for that unastubbs....
Hopefully the new CEO has been appointed just at the right time for a major turnaround in fortunes....Touchwood.

netcurtains
31/12/2023
10:03
screenshot of FT piece on the new CEO
unastubbs
30/12/2023
19:03
I almost spat out the grasshopper I was eating! The predator Dik is looking for a nibble and perhaps a roach!!The cretin should actually spend time working out if he has a real point in life.
rongetsrich
30/12/2023
18:58
If your inane post is aimed at me, you should check yourself before you wreck yourself, sunshine.Never, have I ever been on that site.You really are the prize plonker we all have you down as!!Chips and rice , Marlene, chips and rice!!
klotzak
30/12/2023
18:48
net...think the poster/s in question got kicked out of LSE threads which has been mentioned on one of the other ADVFN threads...comment exchanges are generally provoking and derogatory hoping for an argument exchanges...they like to dish out their medicine but don't like the taste of their own medicine...



netcurtains30 Dec '23 - 15:15 - 45224 of 45228
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Kitzak filtered for rudeness to other posters.

diku
30/12/2023
18:27
Is this the BT thread?...
diku
30/12/2023
17:10
I've PM'd you. I paid for some bits, most are online, you just need to search thoroughly.
rongetsrich
30/12/2023
16:29
Ron,

If you are worried about your offspring losing out then do something about it.

Can you elaborate on this please? It may be something worth doing now rather than post election.

hedgefundkick
30/12/2023
15:19
lol, that's a loss.
klotzak
30/12/2023
15:15
Kitzak filtered for rudeness to other posters.
netcurtains
30/12/2023
15:09
Ron, keep going! Diku and the net are filtered by most, as said below.
klotzak
30/12/2023
14:21
Pd: don’t worry he has been on filter for a long time. It’s all hidden from my view.
netcurtains
30/12/2023
14:01
Good point, poorly presented by some faceless illiterate. Swipe on by, cupcake.
rongetsrich
30/12/2023
13:52
Suggest you ease off on the pointless belligerence. Life is too short to waste it on being unpleasant to complete strangers on the internet.
pdosullivan
30/12/2023
12:43
What will 2024 have in store for the BT share price?
smurfy2001
29/12/2023
11:16
Perhaps I should aim for that spike - 135 - as that might be the target PRE dividend.... Not sure...
netcurtains
29/12/2023
09:43
So, I'm not sure what my target price is but it does seem to be recovering post ex-dividend. Touchwood.

Early Days,

netcurtains
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