TALK.L - TalkTalk Telecom Group PLC

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
121.30
-2.80 (-2.26%)
At close: 4:35PM BST
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Previous close124.10
Open123.30
Bid106.30 x 380300
Ask145.00 x 262300
Day's range121.00 - 126.20
52-week range88.60 - 220.00
Volume1,238,748
Avg. volume2,933,061
Market cap1.384B
Beta0.30
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-3.60
Earnings date24 May 2018
Forward dividend & yield0.07 (6.02%)
Ex-dividend date2017-11-23
1y target est113.53
  • Reuters5 days ago

    BT fights back with new consumer strategy

    Britain's biggest telecoms company BT aims to reinvigorate its unloved brand by combining the strengths of its fixed-line and mobile networks, it said on Wednesday, to jump-start a stalled turnaround under its embattled CEO. Gavin Patterson's efforts to transform BT into a modern communications provider have been undermined by regulatory issues, pensions and accounting fraud, which have led to investor disquiet as its share price tumbled to five-year lows. On Wednesday it set out a new strategy from consumer boss Marc Allera to offer seamless services such as supercharged broadband to provide customers with faster speeds and a hub offering the best TV content to counter BT's image of a former telecoms monopoly dogged by bad customer service.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 days ago

    Britain's BT fights back with new consumer strategy

    Britain's biggest telecoms company BT aims to reinvigorate its unloved brand by combining the strengths of its fixed-line and mobile networks, it said on Wednesday, to jump-start a stalled turnaround under its embattled CEO. Gavin Patterson's efforts to transform BT into a modern communications provider have been undermined by regulatory issues, pensions and accounting fraud, which have led to investor disquiet as its share price tumbled to five-year lows. On Wednesday it set out a new strategy from consumer boss Marc Allera to offer seamless services such as supercharged broadband to provide customers with faster speeds and a hub offering the best TV content to counter BT's image of a former telecoms monopoly dogged by bad customer service.

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  • New owners of CityFibre will need deep pockets in competitive broadband sector
    Sky News26 days ago

    New owners of CityFibre will need deep pockets in competitive broadband sector

    The takeover of a mid-cap company doesn't always have long-term consequences on the competitiveness of the UK economy. Access to ultrafast broadband, delivered by the industry gold standard of "fibre to the premises" (FTTP), is seen as a key way of boosting productivity in the economy. The company, which was only founded in 2011 and which builds fibre-optic broadband networks, is being snapped up by a consortium of infrastructure investors.

  • Fibre firm snapped up by Goldman-backed investors
    Sky News26 days ago

    Fibre firm snapped up by Goldman-backed investors

    The takeover of a mid-cap company doesn't always have long-term consequences on the competitiveness of the UK economy. Access to ultrafast broadband, delivered by the industry gold standard of 'Fibre to the premises' (FTTP), is seen as a key way of boosting productivity in the economy. The company, which was only founded in 2011 and which builds fibre-optic broadband networks, is being snapped up by a consortium of infrastructure investors.

  • Reuterslast month

    TalkTalk saw highest proportion of UK broadband complaints in Q4

    (Reuters) - TalkTalk received the highest proportion of complaints for broadband and landline services in Britain in the three months to the end of December, and Sky the lowest, data from telecoms regulator ...

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    TalkTalk saw highest proportion of UK broadband complaints in Q4

    TalkTalk received the highest proportion of complaints for broadband and landline services in Britain in the three months to the end of December, and Sky the lowest, data from telecoms regulator Ofcom ...

  • Reuterslast month

    BRIEF-UK's OFCOM Says Won't Introduce Restricted Dark Fibre Remedy Till March 2019

    April 12 (Reuters) - Uk's Ofcom: * BUSINESS CONNECTIVITY MARKETS STATEMENT ON DARK FIBRE * COS LIKELY TO PURCHASE DARK FIBRE (TALKTALK, THREE, VODAFONE) SAID SERVICE AT HIGHER BANDWIDTHS WOULD BE SIGNIFICANTLY ...

  • TalkTalk urged to improve cybersecurity in wake of 'worryingly easy' web system flaw
    Sky News2 months ago

    TalkTalk urged to improve cybersecurity in wake of 'worryingly easy' web system flaw

    TalkTalk is facing renewed calls to improve its cybersecurity after an anonymous hacker contacted Sky News about a website flaw that went unfixed for years. The hacker - known as "B" - found a "Cross Site Scripting" error allowing him to take control of a convincing looking "talktalk.co.uk" URL, which meant he could potentially trick any of the company's webmail customers into thinking they were accessing an official TalkTalk website. This could be done, he suggests, through targeting customers with email phishing techniques, or by circulating his own link around tech support forums or social media.

  • UK regulator caps price BT can charge rivals to use fast broadband
    Reuters2 months ago

    UK regulator caps price BT can charge rivals to use fast broadband

    Ofcom said it had decided not to regulate the prices of Openreach's fastest wholesale broadband products, including those delivered using its new full-fibre services. The measures were submitted to the European Commission for consultation last month and following its review, the commission provided no comments, Ofcom said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    UK regulator caps price BT can charge rivals to use fast broadband

    BT, Britain's biggest broadband, will have to reduce what it charges rivals to use its fast broadband service and make their access to its infrastructure easier, regulator Ofcom said on Wednesday, as it looks to help the roll-out of fibre networks. Ofcom said it had decided not to regulate the prices of Openreach's fastest wholesale broadband products, including those delivered using its new full-fibre services. The measures were submitted to the European Commission for consultation last month and following its review, the commission provided no comments, Ofcom said.

  • Takeover bid boosts NEX Group as FTSE 100 slips to weekly loss
    Reuters2 months ago

    Takeover bid boosts NEX Group as FTSE 100 slips to weekly loss

    By Helen Reid LONDON (Reuters) - A takeover offer for NEX Group sent its shares shooting up by almost a third on Friday, while the FTSE 100 registered a weekly decline in spite of a boost from energy and ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    BUZZ-TalkTalk: near top of FTSE 250 after Macquarie upgrade

    ** TalkTalk up 9.5 pct, second-top riser on FTSE 250, after Macquarie raises rating to "outperform" from "neutral‍" ** Upgrade follows the "emergency capital increase" and ...

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Britain's M&G infrastructure fund proposes buying broadband firm Gigaclear

    Investors in the privately held company would receive 400 pence in cash for each share they held, representing a 23 percent premium to their most recent fund raise, Infracapital said in a statement. Gigaclear's board will meet next week to discuss its largest shareholder's offer, Chief Executive Matthew Hare said in an emailed statement. "... but our business plan and focus for the future remains: to bring ultrafast full fibre broadband to rural Britain", he added.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Britain's M&G infrastructure fund proposes buying broadband firm Gigaclear

    The infrastructure fund of British asset manager M&G Investment Management Ltd said on Friday it had offered to buy rural broadband provider Gigaclear Plc in a deal valued at about 270 million pounds ($374 million). Investors in the privately held company would receive 400 pence in cash for each share they held, representing a 23 percent premium to their most recent fund raise, Infracapital said in a statement. Gigaclear's board will meet next week to discuss its largest shareholder's offer, Chief Executive Matthew Hare said in an emailed statement.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    UK regulator to cap prices BT can charge rivals for use of fast broadband

    Britain's telecoms regulator will cap the price BT can charge rivals to use its fast broadband service and make it easier for all providers to use the company's infrastructure to build their own networks to boost the roll-out of fibre. Full fibre broadband is many times faster - and around five times more reliable - than today's superfast internet services, but is available to just 3 percent of Britain's homes and businesses, Ofcom said on Friday. Companies including Vodafone, TalkTalk, as well as BT itself, have announced investments in new fibre networks in recent months.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    UK regulator to cap prices BT can charge rivals for use of fast broadband

    Britain's telecoms regulator will cap the price BT can charge rivals to use its fast broadband service and make it easier for all providers to use the company's infrastructure to build their own networks to boost the roll-out of fibre. Full fibre broadband is many times faster - and around five times more reliable - than today's superfast internet services, but is available to just 3 percent of Britain's homes and businesses, Ofcom said on Friday. Companies including Vodafone, TalkTalk, as well as BT itself, have announced investments in new fibre networks in recent months.

  • U.K. Urges Telecom CEOs to Cooperate on Infrastructure
    Bloomberg3 months ago

    U.K. Urges Telecom CEOs to Cooperate on Infrastructure

    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 ...

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Investment Association says TalkTalk placing ignores shareholder rights

    The Investment Association is the trade body that represents UK investment managers. Broadband provider TalkTalk said it would raise up to 200 million pounds in a placing to help fund a plan to connect three million British homes and businesses with ultrafast broadband and keep it competitive with bigger rivals. The Investment Association said the company's placing of its shares representing 19.99 percent of its existing share capital on a non-pre-emptive basis ignored shareholder rights.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Investment Association says TalkTalk placing ignores shareholder rights

    Britain's Investment Association said on Thursday that TalkTalk raising cash from investors through a placing was "a blatant disregard of the industry-accepted standards". The Investment Association is the trade body that represents UK investment managers. Broadband provider TalkTalk said it would raise up to 200 million pounds ($280 million) in a placing to help fund a plan to connect three million British homes and businesses with ultrafast broadband and keep it competitive with bigger rivals.

  • TalkTalk shares fall on profit warning and fibre investment plans
    Sky News3 months ago

    TalkTalk shares fall on profit warning and fibre investment plans

    Shares (Berlin: DI6.BE - news) in telecoms group TalkTalk have fallen sharply after it issued a profit warning and set out plans to roll out full fibre broadband to three million homes and businesses via a joint venture. Revenues for the group – whose rivals include Sky (Frankfurt: 893517 - news) , the owner of Sky News, as well as BT and Virgin Media – were up 1% to £388m. It has now agreed with Infracapital – infrastructure investment arm of M&G Prudential – to create an independent company to build a full fibre network to more than three million homes and businesses in mid-sized towns and cities in Britain.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Britain's TalkTalk raises cash, cuts dividend to join the fibre race

    TalkTalk (TALK.L) raised 200 million pounds from investors on Thursday to help fund a plan to connect three million British homes and businesses with ultrafast broadband and keep it competitive with bigger rivals. The British firm said it had provisionally agreed to set up an independent company with M&G Prudential to build the network, with a combined potential equity investment of up to 500 million pounds and borrowing of around 1 billion pounds. "TalkTalk's announcement is a major rolling of the dice to turn around the fortunes of a company dogged by profits warnings and underperformance versus larger peers," said Henry Croft, research analyst at Accendo Markets.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Britain's TalkTalk raises cash, cuts dividend to join the fibre race

    TalkTalk raised 200 million pounds ($278 million) from investors on Thursday to help fund a plan to connect three million British homes and businesses with ultrafast broadband and keep it competitive with bigger rivals. The British firm said it had provisionally agreed to set up an independent company with M&G Prudential to build the network, with a combined potential equity investment of up to 500 million pounds and borrowing of around 1 billion pounds. "TalkTalk's announcement is a major rolling of the dice to turn around the fortunes of a company dogged by profits warnings and underperformance versus larger peers," said Henry Croft, research analyst at Accendo Markets.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    BUZZ-Hedge funds eye profit from slide in TalkTalk shares

    ** TalkTalk shares down 12 percent after flagging dividend cut, cash call ** Move a big paper win for the many hedge funds shorting the stock ** Biggest positions held by BlackRock, with 1.9 pct of stock, ...

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