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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.35 -1.72% 191.80 35,466,716 16:35:03
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
192.55 192.65 195.90 188.75 195.20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Fixed Line Telecommunications 21,331.00 1,804.00 14.80 13.0 19,022
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:09:38 O 2,682 191.05 GBX

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Bt Daily Update: Bt Group Plc is listed in the Fixed Line Telecommunications sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BT.A. The last closing price for Bt was 195.15p.
Bt Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 159.50p and a 12 week average price of 143p.
The 1 year high share price is 198.15p while the 1 year low share price is currently 94.68p.
There are currently 9,917,550,606 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 120,304,190 shares. The market capitalisation of Bt Group Plc is £19,021,862,062.31.
diku: If only we knew what makes the share price move with all the financial instruments available at disposal to disguise trades...never a clear cut...
nige co: With expected cost savings of £1B in years 2023 & 2024 then increasing to £2B from 2025 onwards, you can see what's going to happen to the share price?? I intend re assessing BT at 300p, but I truly wouldn't be surprised to see a share price of 500p by year end of 2025. just my opinion of cause. DYOR.
boozey: Strike threats just further Jansen's image as an agent for change. The City love such people - a leader not just going with the flow and wanting to shake things up in a hurry to change the image of BT and move away from being a reflection of everything that was bad about British industry 30 years ago. His falling out with the Chairman is another symbol that Jansen is impatient for change - Du Plessis is a dinosaur. Thus the greater the threat of industrial action the more likely the the share price is to power ahead. The recent share price surge is a reflection of the City's increasing confidence that Jansen is indeed the man to bring about change. A real possibility he could become a Lou Gerstner of the 21st century.
netcurtains: I'm not an expert etc etc But if the pubs open from Monday onwards does that mean BT will make more profit/turnover next year as all those pubs start switching the football on every night and then we have the EUROs this summer. From yahoo Https:// From Motley fool from link: the good news for BT shareholders is that the yearly dividend will resume at 7.7p per share. Based on the current BT share price, this works out at over 4.8% a year. That’s at least a third higher than the wider FTSE 100 index’s dividend yield. eg you could say that BT is 30% under valued compared to average FTSE 100 company - going by dividend.
ariane: JP Morgan shines light on why private equity is looking at BT and other telcos Fibre is likely to lead to lower maintenance costs as more of the network is converted Maintenance costs should fall as fibre roll-out continues BT Group PLC (LON:BT.A) and other European incumbent telecoms groups are in a better cash position than the market believes, suggests US bank JP Morgan. And that might help explain the growing private equity interest in the sector. Only this weekend, Dutch incumbent KPN rejected approaches from two private equity firms: EQT and KKR. BT, meanwhile, has been buoyed by talk of a private equity firm taking a stake to help finance the upgrade of network arm Openreach. JP Morgan notes that cash flow generated by the incumbents has fallen by 65% over the past decade and the outlook still remains uncertain with costs for the switch over to fibre from copper wire rising. This spending is tipped to rise to €8.6bn in 2022 from €3.1bn in 2015, but that should be the peak says JPM and start to decline from 2024. As this starts to occur, free cash flow generated by the telcos should slowly start to rise again suggests the broker, especially as fibre is likely to lead to lower maintenance costs as more of the network is converted. JPM estimates fibre rollout by the incumbents will have risen to 61% on average by 2027 from 30% penetration in 2020. BT, alongside Orange in France and KPN, should do well if this theme plays out suggests the broker, with Orange to be the first to test the idea from 2024 onwards. But JPM admits that it needs more than a better medium-term cash flow profile to be bullish on the telcos currently and points to the growing private equity interest, infrastructure monetisation, and regulatory change as other catalysts. Last month, JPM set a value of £22bn for Openreach and raised its share price target for BT to 230p from 170p. Proactiveinvestors
rathkum: BT upgraded as JP Morgan sees Openreach driving recovery If BT can convince investors of the opportunity in fibre, the shares will get a rerating BT Group PLC - Openreach is valued at £22bn by JPM BT Group PLC (LON:BT.A) has been upgraded by JP Morgan, which sees network division Openreach driving a recovery in earnings over the next decade Downgrades at BT have been the theme for the past five years, but this is now changing says the US broker. The telecoms giant expects earnings underlying profits to rebound to £7.9bn ( EBITDA) by year-end March 2023, allowing cashflow to improve even with Openreach's fibre upgrade. Shares have rallied 50% on this prospect, but as it works through its network upgrade JPM sees Openreach’s earnings contribution rising by £1bn (85%) in the long-term. This will feed into BT’s free cashflow, which the broker sees almost trebling to £3.3bn in 2031. If BT can convince investors of the opportunity in fibre, the shares will get a rerating, believes JPM. though in the meantime there are plenty of other catalysts. These include better than expected results; dealing with the pension overhang; lower Premier League football costs; and price rises. ”Given increasing private equity interest in Telco infrastructure, one option would be for BT to monetize a stake in Openreach (look through value), and collateralize a stake with the pension fund (lower future contributions). JPM has a value of £22bn for Openreach and raised its share price target for BT to 230p from 170p.
diku: Just few days ago BT and VOD share price were level pegging...BT share price rises but VOD price doesn't BT price has to be curtailed back...somebody is calling the shots here and it ain't BT......
brucie5: Thanks Nige, so that's about 5.8% on current share price. I'll be happy with that if we get a progressive policy going forward, and of course, on the back of returning value to share price. I think the recent crisis, nasty as it has been, will mark the turn in BT's fortunes, as well as emphasising how dependent we all are on Openreach! BT is always going to an elephant, so as Jim Slater some might say, unlikely to gallop; but it may also demonstrate a flywheel effect once it gets going. And £2 is a natural short term target. That is to say, 70% appreciation inside 18 months.
nige co: Kenyansaiyan1, you need to multiply the amount of shares by the share price. Example 220 shares X share price of 129.60p = £285,12p.
careful: Tesla would claim there is no chance of paying a dividend because they make no profit. As to the share price, just think about Gamestop. The last two weeks have been an education for many as to the reality of inflated share prices. Everyone who owns Tesla feel rich. But if just 5-10% of investors tried to turn this imagined wealth into cash, then the share price would collapse. Same with Bitcoin. Winners on the way up = losers on the way down. Spivs vs Suckers. There are a lot of Gamestop type shares out there. Hang on to BT, a real company, great value.
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