|Bid||310.000 x 11700|
|Ask||319.000 x 349100|
|Day's range||310.121 - 317.364|
|52-week range||297.400 - 453.620|
|PE ratio (TTM)||10.60|
|Dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||N/A|
The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. The joint broker and public relations adviser to Fusionex International Plc have both quit in protest at a backdoor attempt by its Malaysian founder to seize control of the technology company. BT Group Plc is looking to close its defined-benefit pension in a move that could put the final nail in the coffin of generous schemes that have been enjoyed by generations.
Britain's biggest telecoms group BT Group Plc (Other OTC: BTGOF - news) has begun informal talks with representatives of its retired staff about a plan to cap their pensions and ease one of the biggest challenges facing the company, the Daily Telegraph newspaper reported on Friday. BT is asking the fund's trustees and telecoms unions to agree to end accruals in the company's defined-benefits pension scheme, a move some other British blue-chip firms have already taken, the newspaper said. A BT spokesman said the company was considering a number of options for the pension fund deficit but declined to comment further.
BT is facing a potential £232m tax bill in Brazil, in what could prove to be another setback for its Global Services division. The telecoms company disclosed in the footnotes of its full-year results that ...