BT-A.L - BT Group plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
277.55
+3.70 (+1.35%)
At close: 5:12PM GMT
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Previous close273.85
Open276.05
Bid265.00 x 11700
Ask280.00 x 349100
Day's range274.40 - 278.90
52-week range242.70 - 400.70
Volume34,244,584
Avg. volume22,058,597
Market cap27.318B
BetaN/A
PE ratio (TTM)9.38
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target estN/A
  • BT and Sky to Cross-Sell Sports as Amazon Challenge Looms
    Bloomberg15 hours ago

    BT and Sky to Cross-Sell Sports as Amazon Challenge Looms

    BT Group Plc and Sky Plc agreed to sell each other’s channels in the U.K. to recoup investments in sports content, with web players including Amazon.com Inc. threatening to challenge them for key rights....

  • 1 turnaround dividend stock I’d buy alongside BT Group plc
    Fool.co.uk2 days ago

    1 turnaround dividend stock I’d buy alongside BT Group plc

    Recovery could drive investors’ returns in this stock along with BT Group plc (LON: BT.A).

  • Reuters8 days ago

    Ex-BT Italy boss wins $2 million for wrongful dismissal - sources

    A manager at the centre of investigations into an accounting scandal at British Telecom's Italian business has been awarded almost 1.8 million euros (£1.6 million) in damages for wrongful dismissal, three legal sources said. Gianluca Cimini was fired for disciplinary reasons last year, months before the phone company filed a criminal complaint accusing him of grave violations of corporate governance. The accusations arose from its investigation of alleged accounting fraud that cost the firm 530 million pounds.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 days ago

    Ex-BT Italy boss wins $2 mln for wrongful dismissal - sources

    MILAN, Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 7 (Reuters) - A manager at the centre of investigations into an accounting scandal at British Telecom's Italian business has been awarded almost 1.8 million euros ($2.1 million) in damages for wrongful dismissal, three legal sources said. Gianluca Cimini was fired for disciplinary reasons last year, months before the phone company filed a criminal complaint accusing him of grave violations of corporate governance. The accusations arose from its investigation of alleged accounting fraud that cost the firm 530 million pounds ($690 million).

  • Reuters9 days ago

    Former British Telecom's Italy boss wins 1.8 million euros for wrongful dismissal - sources

    A manager at the centre of investigations into an accounting scandal at British Telecom's (BT.L) Italian business has been awarded almost 1.8 million euros (1.6 million pounds) in damages for wrongful dismissal, three legal sources said on Wednesday. Gianluca Cimini was fired for disciplinary reasons last year, months before the phone company filed a criminal complaint accusing him of grave violations of corporate governance. The accusations arose from its investigation of alleged accounting fraud that cost the firm 530 million pounds.

  • Audit firms on alert over Vodafone 'conflict'
    Sky News13 days ago

    Audit firms on alert over Vodafone 'conflict'

    Vodafone has alerted the world's biggest accountancy firms that it may be forced to tender its multimillion pound audit contract because of the 2014 collapse of Phones 4U. Sky News has learnt that the FTSE-100 mobile phone giant has told Deloitte, EY and K‎PMG in the last few weeks that it may ditch PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) amid the threat of litigation over the retailer's demise. A source close to Vodafone said it had had asked three of the "big four" auditors to free themselves from potential conflicts that would prevent them pitching for the role sometime next year.

  • Bloomberg17 days ago

    BT Pension Is Said to Consider Sale of Money Manager Hermes

    BT Pension Scheme is considering a potential sale of Hermes Fund Managers Ltd., which oversees money for the retirement plan’s members as well as external clients, according to people with knowledge of ...

  • Why I’d trade in BT Group plc for this 5% yielder
    Fool.co.uk22 days ago

    Why I’d trade in BT Group plc for this 5% yielder

    I would dump shares in BT Group plc (LON: BT.A) because this dividend-paying alternative looks to have a strong strategy and bright prospects.

  • One multibagging growth stock I’d sell to buy BT Group plc
    Fool.co.uk24 days ago

    One multibagging growth stock I’d sell to buy BT Group plc

    Roland Head explains why he's starting to get interested in BT Group plc (LON:BT.A).

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    BT weighed down by problems at Global Services business

    BT Group (Other OTC: BTGOF - news) 's quarterly earnings were dragged down by continuing problems at its Global Services division and higher costs for pensions and sports rights, sending shares in the troubled telecoms company to four-year lows. Chief Executive Gavin Patterson said BT's consumer operations -- home broadband and mobile network EE -- performed well over the three months but that was not enough to offset pressures in its operations serving business and governments. Shares in the company, down 30 percent in the past 12 months, fell 3 percent to 252.5 pence by 1515 GMT as analysts noted that the company had signalled that investment in the business would be prioritised over the dividend payout.

  • Reuterslast month

    BT weighed down by problems at Global Services business

    BT Group's quarterly earnings were dragged down by continuing problems at its Global Services unit and higher costs for pensions and sports rights, sending shares in the troubled telecoms company to four-year lows. Chief Executive Gavin Patterson said BT's consumer operations -- home broadband and mobile network EE -- performed well over the three months but that was not enough to offset pressures in its operations serving business and governments. Patterson, in the job since 2013, said BT was taking "robust action" to turn around Global Services, which has seen a slowdown in demand from multinationals and was hit by an accounting scandal in Italy in its last financial year.

  • 10 things you need to know in markets today
    Business Insiderlast month

    10 things you need to know in markets today

    1. The completion of a $3 billion deal to buy fields from Royal Dutch Shell has established Chrysaor as the biggest independent exploration and production company in the UK North Sea, the Times reports. Linda Cook, chairwoman of Chrysaor, said: “With improving operating costs, competitive fiscal terms and a world-class skills base, the North Sea is undergoing a period of rejuvenation. 2. The Bank of England has warned that 10,000 jobs could leave the City on “day one” after the UK leaves the EU, the Guardian reports. Sam Woods, a deputy governor of the Bank, also admitted that forecasts of 75,000 job losses over the long-term were “plausible” at an appearance before peers on the Lords EU financial affairs sub-committee on Wednesday.

  • BT staff face pension cuts as defined benefit scheme nears axe
    Sky Newslast month

    BT staff face pension cuts as defined benefit scheme nears axe

    Thousands of BT employees will be told later this month of proposed cuts to their pension benefits as the telecoms giant wrestles with a near-£14bn deficit in its retirement schemes. Sky News understands that BT Group (Other OTC: BTGOF - news) will say on Thursday alongside its half-year results announcement to the City that it is close to setting out a concrete plan to slash the soaring cost of its pension obligations. Sources said the company was leaning towards closing the BT Pension Scheme to future accruals and moving the remaining years of members' pensions to its defined contribution scheme.

  • BT’s New Chairman Is No Stranger to Tough Assignments
    Bloomberglast month

    BT’s New Chairman Is No Stranger to Tough Assignments

    Jan du Plessis is moving from one tough job to another, as the departing chairman of Rio Tinto Group takes up the same post at troubled telecom carrier BT Group Plc on Wednesday.

  • Fool.co.uklast month

    One FTSE 100 share I’d always buy instead of BT Group plc

    Royston Wild looks at a FTSE 100 (INDEXFTSE: UKX) share with better investment prospects than BT Group plc (LON: BT-A).

  • Fool.co.uk2 months ago

    One dividend stock I’d buy instead of going for BT Group plc’s 6% yield

    Big dividends at BT Group plc (LON:BT.A) might be deceptive, and there could be better alternatives out there.

  • Premier League Soccer Gains Viewers in Season Start on Sky and BT
    Bloomberg2 months ago

    Premier League Soccer Gains Viewers in Season Start on Sky and BT

    Early season viewing for Premier League soccer is up, offering a potential boost to prospects for a coming auction of some of the world’s most lucrative sports rights.

  • Business Wire3 months ago

    BT Group Replaces Legacy WFO Solutions with NICE for Contact Center Revitalization

    NICE (Nasdaq:NICE) today announced that BT Group, a leading United Kingdom-based multinational communications company, has selected NICE’s solutions to transform its contact center operations. Replacing its previous recording and workforce management solutions, BT is implementing NICE WFM, NICE Engage, and Nexidia Analytics across the Group over the next three years. BT Group PLC, with operations in around 180 countries, supplies telecom services to corporate and government customers worldwide.

  • BT's Rake Says Recovering Well After Italy Scandal
    Bloomberg Video2 months ago

    BT's Rake Says Recovering Well After Italy Scandal

    Oct.20 -- Mike Rake, chairman at BT Group, discusses regaining investor confidence, his interests in the telecom industry and competition in the sector. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe."

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