|Bid||224.00 x 11700|
|Ask||245.00 x 349100|
|Day's range||224.35 - 228.60|
|52-week range||224.30 - 337.05|
|PE ratio (TTM)||13.40|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.15 (6.85%)|
|1y target est||325.90|
Hutchison Telecom's British mobile operator Three UK said on Friday its customer base had risen 10 percent to more than 10 million subscribers, helping its full-year revenue rise 7 percent to 2.43 billion pounds ($3.4 billion). Three trails EE, Telefonica's O2 and Vodafone in terms of customer numbers, but it said its network carries nearly a third of country's mobile data traffic thanks to its popularity with heavy data users. Chief Executive Dave Dyson said the company had passed the 10 million customer milestone in part thanks to new products like "Go Binge", which allows customers to stream Netflix and other services without using their regular data allowances.
Paul Summers thinks this company could be a great alternative for dividend hunters concerned by BT's (LON:BT-A) ongoing difficulties.
U.K. stocks decline on Friday and suffer a weekly loss, with shares of Royal Bank of Scotland PLC and International Consolidates Airlines Group SA leading the charge south after results.
European shares steadied on Friday as investors digested a flurry of company results, including disappointing updates from Royal Bank of Scotland and Valeo, while BT rallied after Britain's telecoms regulator ...
** BT rises 3.5 pct after UK communications regulator Ofcom announces new rules on full-fibre broadband roll-out ** Ofcom decides not to regulate the prices of BT's Openreach superfast broadband products, ...
U.K. Culture Secretary Matt Hancock urged telecom CEOs in a private meeting to stop fighting among themselves and focus on upgrading the nation’s broadband infrastructure, according to people familiar ...
Sky Plc and BT Group Plc together paid 4.6 billion pounds ($6.2 billion) for most of the U.K. rights to broadcast live English Premier League soccer, avoiding a feared loss of some of the world’s most ...
China's Huawei said on Tuesday it will spend a further 3 billion pounds ($4.2 billion) on procurement in Britain as the world's largest telecom equipment maker seeks alternatives to the United States, where it faces an effective ban. Huawei said its chairwoman Sun Yafang made the pledge in a meeting last week with British Prime Minister Theresa May during a trade mission to China which resulted in deals worth more than 9.3 billion pounds (http://reut.rs/2EzkRUX). Huawei Technologies has been deepening ties in Britain over the last decade and the British welcome is in stark contrast to the United States, where Huawei has been largely frozen out over thinly veiled national security concerns.
U.K.’s benchmark stock index dropped for a fourth straight day on Friday, extending its weekly loss, after bond yields spiked following a better-than-expected reading on the U.S. labor market.
By Kit Rees LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's top share index sealed its worst week in nine months on Friday after results from BT were met with disappointment and commodities stocks tumbled amid a global equity ...
Britain's top share index sealed its worst week in nine months on Friday after results from BT were met with disappointment and commodities stocks tumbled amid a global equity market sell-off. The blue-chip ...
Britain's top share index retreated on Friday after results from BT and AstraZeneca were met with disappointment, rounding off a lacklustre week for British blue chips. The blue chip FTSE 100 index was ...
The London-based company said it had profit of 33 cents per share. Earnings, adjusted for non-recurring costs, were 42 cents per share. The telephone and internet provider posted revenue of $7.93 billion ...
BT Group Plc Chief Executive Officer Gavin Patterson bet big on Apple’s most expensive iPhone. The wager has yet to pay off.
BT Group Plc’s network division plans to spend at least 900 million pounds ($1.3 billion) on an expedited plan for full-fiber broadband in the U.K., addressing political and commercial pressure to boost ...