BT-A.L - BT Group plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
196.00
-0.52 (-0.26%)
As of 8:57AM BST. Market open.
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Previous close196.52
Open196.18
Bid195.86 x 11700
Ask195.90 x 349100
Day's range195.46 - 197.11
52-week range190.68 - 268.60
Volume768,168
Avg. volume22,469,985
Market cap19.449B
Beta (3Y monthly)0.68
PE ratio (TTM)9.07
EPS (TTM)21.60
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.15 (7.91%)
Ex-dividend date2019-08-08
1y target est284.59
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  • The BT share price: Here’s what I’d do now
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  • Reuters - UK Focus6 days ago

    UPDATE 3-Dixons Carphone profits slump in fast-changing mobile market

    Dixons Carphone plans to accelerate its response to a rapidly changing mobile phone market after reporting a 22% slump in annual profit and warning of another big fall in the current year, hammering its shares. Shares in Britain's biggest seller of electricals and mobile phones, which trades as Currys, PC World and Carphone Warehouse in the UK, opened at a 10-year low on Thursday after it forecast profit for the current year would be nearly a third lower than the market had expected. Dixons Carphone has been damaged by a shift in the mobile phone market as customers keep their handsets for longer, choose cheaper SIM-only deals, and turn to more flexible credit-based offers.

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  • Why I think the BT share price could go to £1
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  • Reuters - UK Focus13 days ago

    UPDATE 2-UK tells telecom firms to be cautious over Huawei after U.S. warnings

    British telecom companies should show "all due caution" before using China's Huawei equipment in their 5G networks because the government cannot ignore the warnings from the United States, its digital minister said. Britain has found itself caught up in the diplomatic row between Washington and Beijing after the Trump administration told allies not to use Huawei's 5G equipment for fear it could allow China to spy on sensitive communications and data. Britain's National Security Council, chaired by Prime Minister Theresa May, had agreed in April to allow Huawei restricted access to non-core parts of the 5G network, but that decision has been put on hold following the U.S. intervention.

  • Reuters - UK Focus13 days ago

    Britain says U.S. restrictions must factor in Huawei decision

    Britain cannot disregard U.S. restrictions on China's Huawei in deciding whether the equipment maker can participate in the roll-out of next generation 5G networks, British digital minister Jeremy Wright said on Thursday. "I don't think it would be realistic not to recognise that, when you have a hugely interconnected sector, when you have a situation where even Huawei equipment has U.S. componentry and IP in it, you can't disregard what the U.S. administration decide to do," he told reporters.

  • Reuters - UK Focus17 days ago

    UK mobile operator Three to launch 5G broadband in August

    UK mobile operator Three on Monday said it would launch its first new-generation 5G broadband service in London in August and would roll out mobile and broadband across 25 towns and cities before the end of the year. Three, which is owned by Hutchison, said it would start its 5G network with a London home broadband service, joining BT's EE and Vodafone in launching services in 2019.

  • Reuters - UK Focus20 days ago

    UPDATE 2-Britain's John Lewis poaches boss of telecoms regulator to be new chairman

    Britain's John Lewis Partnership , the employee-owned retailer, has poached Sharon White, the head of UK telecoms and media regulator Ofcom, to be its new 1 million pound ($1.3 million) a year chairman. White will step down from Ofcom around the turn of the year after more than four years in the job and succeed Charlie Mayfield at the retail group that runs John Lewis department stores and upmarket grocery chain Waitrose in early 2020. White, a trained economist who had been seen as an outside contender to succeed Mark Carney as Bank of England Governor, will be John Lewis' sixth chairman and the first woman to hold the high-profile position in the retailer's 155-year history.

  • Reuters - UK Focus21 days ago

    UPDATE 3-BT to close most of UK office locations under new CEO

    Britain's former telecoms monopoly BT will consolidate its UK offices from 300 locations to roughly 30 sites while pressing ahead with plans to leave its St Paul's headquarters in London, the company said on Wednesday. New BT chief Philip Jansen inherited a major restructuring begun by predecessor Gavin Patterson as Britain's biggest broadband supplier looks to move on from an accounting scandal and battles multiple pressures on its business.

  • How Did BT Group plc's (LON:BT.A) 21% ROE Fare Against The Industry?
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  • Reuters - UK Focus21 days ago

    Spain's Cellnex signs accord with BT for rights to 220 telecom towers

    Spain's Cellnex said on Wednesday it had agreed to acquire the marketing and operating rights of 220 BT high towers in Britain for a period of 20 years, the latest step in its plan to expand in the sector. The deal comes just a month after French tycoon Xavier Niel agreed a 2.7 billion euro ($3 billion) deal to sell mobile towers in France, Italy and Switzerland to the Spanish phone towers company. The agreement with BT is worth around 100 million pounds ($127 million), and includes a commitment to explore further opportunities between the two companies in Britain, Cellnex said in a statement.

  • Vodafone and Royal Mail just cut their dividends. Could Lloyds Bank and BT be next?
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    Some FTSE 100 (INDEXFTSE: UKX) companies have cut their dividends. Could Lloyds Banking Group plc (LON: LLOY) and BT Group - Class A common stock (LON: BT-A) also make cuts?

  • How low does the BT share price have to go before you buy it?
    Fool.co.uklast month

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    Harvey Jones is tempted by the low BT Group - class A common stock (LON:BT-A) share price and high yield, but is concerned by the scale of its problems.

  • Why I think the tide could be turning for the BT share price
    Fool.co.uklast month

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  • BT Group halves former CEO's bonus after investor disquiet
    Reuterslast month

    BT Group halves former CEO's bonus after investor disquiet

    "The (pay) committee and Gavin agreed that a reduction of the total bonus outcome by 50% would be the right thing to do and in the best interests of all stakeholders," BT said. Patterson left BT at the end of January, handing over to Philip Jansen, a former Worldpay chief executive.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    BT Group halves former CEO's bonus after investor disquiet

    Britain's biggest broadband and mobile provider BT Group said on Thursday former Chief Executive Officer Gavin Patterson had agreed to a halving of his annual bonus. BT had said in December it planned to make changes to the way it decides management pay after some of its shareholders questioned Patterson's bonus for 2018-19. Investors had also complained after BT gave a more than 1 million pound ($1.3 million) bonus to Patterson in 2017-18, during which time the company's stock tumbled 30%.

  • Former BT chief Patterson gives up £500,000 bonus
    Sky Newslast month

    Former BT chief Patterson gives up £500,000 bonus

    The former chief executive of BT Group has waived half of his £1m annual bonus for his final year at the helm amid a fresh escalation of shareholder hostility towards multimillion pound pay deals at blue-chip companies. Sky News has learnt that BT's annual report, to be published on Thursday, will disclose that Gavin Patterson elected to forfeit £500,000 of the bonus award following discussions with the telecoms giant's board. Sources said that Mr Patterson's decision to volunteer the bonus cut had been made in recognition of the continuing City climate surrounding boardroom pay and his departure from the company.

  • Huawei Gets Kicked in the Teeth by the British
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    The mobile operator Vodafone Group Plc followed suit. It’s telling too that of those five pioneering 5G countries – which include the U.S., China, Switzerland and South Korea – Britain is the one you’d expect to be most neutral about whether or not to sell Huawei handsets. Switzerland’s Swisscom AG has already started offering 5G phones from another Chinese company, Oppo.

  • BT Drops New Huawei Phones as U.S. Crackdown Starts to Bite
    Bloomberglast month

    BT Drops New Huawei Phones as U.S. Crackdown Starts to Bite

    BT Group Plc won’t offer phones from Huawei Technologies Co. when it starts Britain’s first 5G mobile network next week, joining a growing list of wireless operators ditching the Chinese company’s handsets after the U.S. blocked it from critical suppliers. BT decided not to include Huawei phones in its 5G launch because of uncertainty over whether they could use Android software developed by U.S. tech giant Alphabet Inc., a spokesman for the carrier said.

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  • Will BT follow Vodafone’s example and scorch the dividend?
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    Investors over at BT Group - class A common stock (LON:BT-A) need to be prepared for a dividend cut like we've seen with Vodafone Group plc (LON: VOD), argues Royston Wild.

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