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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Btg Plc LSE:BTG London Ordinary Share GB0001001592 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 840.00 839.00 840.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 620.5 -70.6 3.9 215.4 3,261

Btg Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/2/2019
17:12
Agree it has been a superb investment over the long term & pity no one else came in for the company as it could have achieved 10% or so more.The problem I suspect , for those of us us who have held for the long term is where to invest the proceeds. i suspect The Dame will spend the rest of her days as a Non exec- & who can blame her. That said , as a holder of VEC (via SKP )I would be very happy to see her installed there .
base7
28/2/2019
11:07
Personally for me holding BTG has been financially rewarding and in my opinion would of been more so in the future so I was in for the long term. But it concerns me when these growing British companies get bought out by foreign companies especially when we are living in these uncertain times. Now I know there many reasons for people to vote for Brexit and obviously by a very small majority we voted to leave so we must go through with it , but it does annoy me when I here brexiteers talking about how we managed so well before joining the common market with our Great British companies leading the world?! Well I live down in the south west of England and I will give you a small list of the main employers in the 70s in my region ICI (fibres). Smiths industries, dowty group,Rolls Royce engines , British aerospace and moving a bit to the east landrover jaguar, British leyland/rover group Now with a little research you will find that all except RR are in foreign hands so can just up sticks and take these great British brands, products,jobs,expertise,intellectual property rights, support service jobs , tax receipts,corporation tax revenue, the list is endless.
dp1umb
28/2/2019
08:46
240% for me....thanks you very much Louise.
fhmktg
28/2/2019
08:21
I shall be very saddened by the demise of BTG. Over the years with its undulating share price but solid underpinning it was not difficult to make serious money.
solonic
28/2/2019
08:09
D-Day for BTG.
spyder
28/2/2019
07:59
Court day today...is that the end of any possible suitor emerging?
fhmktg
28/2/2019
05:10
maybe that what he wants :-)always follow how the money is being made.
bargainbob
27/2/2019
22:47
i do not know he kinda ran for cover when he was exposed Donk.
bargainbob
27/2/2019
17:30
getting hotter
bargainbob
26/2/2019
20:25
...but a hot one!
spyder
26/2/2019
19:44
...and it’s still only February....
semper vigilans
26/2/2019
19:06
The March of Black Rock.
bargainbob
25/2/2019
17:18
Any views as to what Blackrock are up to with today's RNS....I get confused with all the trading activity!
fhmktg
25/2/2019
13:02
Mid year. The price has come off today as the die-hard optimists hoping for another bidder finally throw in the towel.
spyder
25/2/2019
12:31
When will I be able to sell my shares to Bidco at the full offer price?Will it be another after next weeks Court and EGM or must I wait until mid year.
fhmktg
20/2/2019
23:06
Unfortunately the only partner ,even though they only want half the company .Pity an alternative hasn't arisen who wants it all & who will pay a fuller price -not greedy but 900p has a great ring to it ?
base7
18/2/2019
07:52
I completely agree, but at least we can be content someone wanted the company! I suspect that when BSX registered their interest, all other potential interested parties would have been given the opportunity to counter offer. BSX is, in many respects, the optimum partner for BTG.
spyder
18/2/2019
07:42
Still find it rather strange given the array of technology and the fact the new bidder does not want 50 per cent of the company.
bargainbob
18/2/2019
07:34
That’s it guys, NO OTHER BIDDER for BTG - With the vote at the end of next week, I think it would have come by today at the latest.
spyder
12/2/2019
09:30
From THE TIMES today - “A leading shareholder advisory group has backed a £3.3 billion takeover of BTG by an American rival, but has questioned the board’s handling of the sale process and the role of its financial advisers. Glass Lewis has recommended that investors back the acquisition of the FTSE 250 pharmaceuticals group by Boston Scientific. However, it also has complained that BTG “has not publicly provided any substantive information regarding the process that the board followed to arrive at the proposed transaction. “In particular, the company does not disclose whether it made any meaningful attempts to solicit alternative offers from other potential third-party buyers prior to agreeing to the scheme with Boston Scientific.” This pretty much seals the deal IMO - no other bidder is likely to emerge now ...
spyder
11/2/2019
21:13
29th of Jan last update
bargainbob
11/2/2019
18:00
what was the date BB?
spyder
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