BT - BT Group plc

NYSE - Nasdaq Real-time price. Currency in USD
14.46
+0.22 (+1.54%)
As of 10:20AM EDT. Market open.
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Previous close14.24
Open14.38
Bid14.40 x 3200
Ask14.41 x 800
Day's range14.35 - 14.46
52-week range13.53 - 21.16
Volume128,874
Avg. volume1,011,690
Market cap29.105B
Beta0.71
PE ratio (TTM)10.71
EPS (TTM)1.35
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.63 (4.11%)
Ex-dividend date2017-12-28
1y target est17.87
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • Alibaba Plans to Partner With BT Group to Expand in Europe
    Zacks10 days ago

    Alibaba Plans to Partner With BT Group to Expand in Europe

    Alibaba's (BABA) cloud computing division looks to strengthen its footprints in Europe by partnering with BT Group.

  • Alibaba in Talks With BT for Cloud Partnership in Europe Push
    Bloomberg11 days ago

    Alibaba in Talks With BT for Cloud Partnership in Europe Push

    Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. is in talks with BT Group Plc about a cloud services partnership as the Chinese internet giant challenges Amazon.com Inc.’s dominance in Europe. An agreement between Alibaba and the IT consulting unit of Britain’s former phone monopoly could be similar to Alibaba’s existing arrangement with Vodafone Group Plc in Germany, according to a person familiar with the matter, who asked not to be identified as the talks are private. A BT spokeswoman confirmed by email that the U.K. telecom company is in talks with Alibaba Cloud and declined to give details.

  • BT Group isn’t the dirt-cheap FTSE 100 7%-yielder I’d buy today
    Fool.co.uk29 days ago

    BT Group isn’t the dirt-cheap FTSE 100 7%-yielder I’d buy today

    Looking for a better FTSE 100 (INDEXFTSE: UKX) dividend pick than BT Group plc (LON: BT-A)? Then step this way.

  • Looking for high yield? Forget BT and check out Lloyds Bank shares
    Fool.co.uklast month

    Looking for high yield? Forget BT and check out Lloyds Bank shares

    If your focus is high yield, Lloyds Banking Group plc (LON: LLOY) is a better pick than BT Group plc (LON: BT.A), according to Edward Sheldon.

  • BT Shops for European Union Data Watchdog as Brexit Adds Hurdles
    Bloomberglast month

    BT Shops for European Union Data Watchdog as Brexit Adds Hurdles

    BT Group Plc, Britain’s former phone monopoly, is seeking a new data protection base in the European Union as Brexit adds another layer of complexity to the movement of data across borders. “As part of our Brexit scenario planning we are exploring a range of potential options for a lead European country for ensuring compliance with EU data regulations,” a BT spokeswoman said by email. The transfer of personal data between the European Union and the U.K. -- anything from a consumer’s seat preferences on an airplane to billing information -- has been a top Brexit concern for British businesses with operations across the bloc.

  • BT Group and International Consolidated Airlines could be the FTSE 100’s biggest bargains
    Fool.co.uklast month

    BT Group and International Consolidated Airlines could be the FTSE 100’s biggest bargains

    BT Group plc (LON: BT-A) and International Consolidated Airlines Grp SA (LON: IAG) are two of the cheapest shares on the FTSE 100 (INDEXFTSE: UKX), says Harvey Jones.

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

    10 things you need to know in markets today

    1. The International Monetary Fund warned that US President Donald Trump's new import tariffs threaten to undermine the global trading system, prompt retaliation by other countries and damage the US economy. "Let us not understate the macroeconomic impact," IMF Director Christine Lagarde said, saying the tariffs will have a larger economic toll if they prompt retaliation from trading partners like Canada and Germany. 2. Mexico could strike at $4 billion in annual imports of US corn and soybeans if President Donald Trump escalates a trade spat with new tariffs.

  • UK regulator Ofcom concerned by BT's involvement in Openreach's planning process
    Reuterslast month

    UK regulator Ofcom concerned by BT's involvement in Openreach's planning process

    In a report on Thursday, Ofcom said the progress toward the legal separation of BT and Openreach has been "broadly satisfactory", but some steps were yet to be completed such as the transfer of Openreach employees to the new Openreach Ltd due to complexities with BT's pension scheme. Last year, BT resolved a two-year broadband battle by bowing to industry and regulatory pressure and agreeing to legally separate its national network, as the government sought to deliver faster broadband speeds for millions.

  • Reuterslast month

    UK regulator Ofcom concerned by BT's involvement in Openreach's planning process

    In a report on Thursday, Ofcom said the progress toward the legal separation of BT and Openreach has been "broadly satisfactory", but some steps were yet to be completed such as the transfer of Openreach employees to the new Openreach Ltd due to complexities with BT's pension scheme. Last year, BT resolved a two-year broadband battle by bowing to industry and regulatory pressure and agreeing to legally separate its national network, as the government sought to deliver faster broadband speeds for millions.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    UK regulator Ofcom concerned by BT's involvement in Openreach's planning process

    Britain's media regulator Ofcom said it was concerned by the involvement of broadband and mobile provider BT Group Plc (Other OTC: BTGOF - news) in developing the strategic plans of its networks business Openreach, despite splitting the operations. In a report on Thursday, Ofcom said the progress towards the legal separation of BT and Openreach has been "broadly satisfactory", but some steps were yet to be completed such as the transfer of Openreach employees to the new Openreach Ltd due to complexities with BT's pension scheme. Last year, BT resolved a two-year broadband battle by bowing to industry and regulatory pressure and agreeing to legally separate its national network, as the government sought to deliver faster broadband speeds for millions.

  • Is the BT share price heading for 80p again?
    Fool.co.uklast month

    Is the BT share price heading for 80p again?

    Here’s why things could get worse before they get better for BT Group plc (LON: BT.A).

  • MarketWatchlast month

    U.K. stocks slide as tensions flare up ahead of G-7 meeting

    Meanwhile, BT Group PLC was in focus on news that the telecom company’s chief executive, Gavin Patterson, will be leaving the company. U.K. and continental European stock indexes (^STOXX)(^GDAXI) were splashed in red as tensions flared-up Thursday between U.S. President Donald Trump and American allies Canada and the European Union before the start of the G-7 summit in Charlevoix, Quebec, on Friday. The sniping was unnerving to investors as fears of a global trade war have been running through financial markets since March, when Trump said he’d slap tariffs on aluminum and steel imported into the U.S., moves he claimed would protect U.S. steelmakers.

  • Reuterslast month

    BT boss Patterson steps down after investors lose faith

    BT Group's Chief Executive Gavin Patterson will step down this year after its chairman said a new leader was needed to restructure Britain's biggest broadband and mobile provider. Patterson, who has run BT for almost five years, announced 13,000 job cuts last month in an attempt to get to grips with a host of problems including intense competition, an underperforming IT services unit, a huge pension deficit and criticism of its broadband plans. Jan du Plessis, former chairman of mining group Rio Tinto who took the same role at BT last November, said the board supported Patterson's strategy but it did not have confidence in his ability to see it through.

  • Associated Presslast month

    BT chief executive to step down this year

    LONDON (AP) — British telecommunications company BT Group says its CEO, Gavin Patterson, will step down this year amid shareholder discontent about the lagging share price.

  • Why I believe the BT share price is now too cheap to ignore
    Fool.co.uklast month

    Why I believe the BT share price is now too cheap to ignore

    With a new boss due to arrive later this year, now could be the right time to buy turnaround stock BT Group plc (LON:BT.A).

  • Patterson's BT Tenure Ends After Regulator Fight, Stock's Tumble
    Bloomberglast month

    Patterson's BT Tenure Ends After Regulator Fight, Stock's Tumble

    Investors in BT Group Plc watched their investments shrink about 60 percent and decided it was enough. Chief Executive Officer Gavin Patterson, who will leave the company later this year after almost five years in charge, couldn’t reverse a share price slide that started about 2 1/2 years ago. Declining earnings, a prolonged dispute with the telecom regulator over broadband rates, network coverage and control, as well as an accounting scandal in Italy kept piling on hurdles, until the executive’s time was up.

  • Reuterslast month

    BT boss Patterson steps down after investors lose faith

    BT Group's (BT.L) Chief Executive Gavin Patterson will step down this year after its chairman said a new leader was needed to restructure Britain's biggest broadband and mobile provider. Patterson, who has run BT for almost five years, announced 13,000 job cuts last month in an attempt to get to grips with a host of problems including intense competition, an underperforming IT services unit, a huge pension deficit and criticism of its broadband plans. Jan du Plessis, former chairman of mining group Rio Tinto (RIO.L) who took the same role at BT last November, said the board supported Patterson's strategy but it did not have confidence in his ability to see it through.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    BT boss Patterson steps down after investors lose faith

    BT Group (Other OTC: BTGOF - news) 's Chief Executive Gavin Patterson will step down this year after its chairman said a new leader was needed to restructure Britain's biggest broadband and mobile provider. Patterson, who has run BT for almost five years, announced 13,000 job cuts last month in an attempt to get to grips with a host of problems including intense competition, an underperforming IT services unit, a huge pension deficit and criticism of its broadband plans. Jan du Plessis, former chairman of mining group Rio Tinto (Hanover: CRA1.HA - news) who took the same role at BT last November, said the board supported Patterson's strategy but it did not have confidence in his ability to see it through.

  • BT boss Patterson steps down after investors lose faith
    Reuterslast month

    BT boss Patterson steps down after investors lose faith

    BT Group's Chief Executive Gavin Patterson will step down this year after its chairman said a new leader was needed to restructure Britain's biggest broadband and mobile provider. Patterson, who has run BT for almost five years, announced 13,000 job cuts last month in an attempt to get to grips with a host of problems including intense competition, an underperforming IT services unit, a huge pension deficit and criticism of its broadband plans. Jan du Plessis, former chairman of mining group Rio Tinto who took the same role at BT last November, said the board supported Patterson's strategy but it did not have confidence in his ability to see it through.

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  • The Wall Street Journallast month

    [$$] BT Chief to Leave Later This Year

    BT said that Chief Executive Gavin Patterson will step down later in the year, after five years in the role.

  • BT Seeks New CEO With Patterson Out After Investor Backlash
    Bloomberglast month

    BT Seeks New CEO With Patterson Out After Investor Backlash

    BT Group Plc Chief Executive Officer Gavin Patterson is leaving after five years at the helm of the former U.K. phone monopoly, following a strategy reset that failed to win over investors. The stock rose as much as 3 percent in London and was trading 1.3 percent higher at 1:06 p.m. The departure marks an about-face by a board now bowing to shareholder pressure for fresh blood at the top.

  • BT's CEO Gavin Patterson to step down
    CNBClast month

    BT's CEO Gavin Patterson to step down

    The British telecom company's chairman said a change in leadership was needed.

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