|Bid||117.80 x 0|
|Ask||118.10 x 0|
|Day's range||115.90 - 118.80|
|52-week range||95.45 - 128.50|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.11|
|PE ratio (TTM)||37.97|
|Earnings date||21 May 2020 - 25 May 2020|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.03 (2.17%)|
|Ex-dividend date||28 Nov 2019|
|1y target est||119.00|
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Britain's TalkTalk has agreed to sell its fibre-to-the-premises (FTPP) network, which has rolled out ultra-fast broadband connections in the northern city of York, to Goldman Sachs-backed CityFibre for 200 million pounds ($260 million). TalkTalk also agreed a wholesale deal with CityFibre, which will see it switch its residential and business customers to CityFibre's FTTP networks, helping underpin the fibre network operator's expansion. TalkTalk started laying its own fibre optic cables in York in a trial, initially partnering rival Sky and CityFibre, to challenge BT , the national network operator.
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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Monday he was putting on hold further cuts in corporation tax and told voters he would use the money for spending on health and other priorities. "We are postponing further cuts in corporation tax," Johnson told business leaders at a conference organised by the Confederation of British Industry, an employers' group. Britain's main corporation tax is among the lowest among the world's industrialised economies but the government had been due to cut it to 17% next year from 19% now.
There is a threat to British business from both the left and the right of politics, the country's biggest business lobby group the CBI warned on Monday, a month before voters head to the polls to elect a new government.
Britain's opposition Labour Party says if it wins the Dec. 12 election it will nationalise BT's broadband network and provide free internet for all within a decade, a radical election pledge to roll back decades of private ownership. The UK's biggest broadband and mobile phone provider was the flagship of Conservative Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's policy of selling state-owned assets, a political revolution that she said would improve efficiency and "spread the nation's wealth among as many people as possible".
Britain's anti-Brexit Liberal Democrats could support a minority Labour or Conservative Party government on an issue-by-issue basis if a Dec. 12 election does not produce a clear winner, the party's finance spokesman Ed Davey said on Friday. "If either of them form a minority government, as is possible, we will vote issue by issue... that will force any government to come to the centre to be more moderate," Davey told an audience in Leeds, northern England. Davey said the party would not vote to make Conservative leader Boris Johnson nor Labour's Jeremy Corbyn prime minister.
A British government led by the Labour Party would tax multinational companies' global profits based on their presence in Britain, the party's finance spokesman said on Friday. "So if a multinational has 10% of its sales, workforce, and operations in the UK, they're asked to pay tax on 10% of their global profits," John McDonnell said in a speech on Friday ahead of the Dec. 12 national election.
A plan to nationalise parts of BT to provide free broadband to everyone in Britain marks the extent of the opposition Labour Party's nationalisation policy, its finance spokesman John McDonnell said on Friday. Labour has previously pledged to nationalise power networks, Royal Mail, rail and water companies, but McDonnell said it would not nationalise the whole of BT. "We're not taking over all of BT, we're simply taking over Openreach, the BT technology and some elements from within BT itself," he told BBC's Today radio programme.
British broadband provider TalkTalk said on Friday that a deal to sell its FibreNation business had stalled after the opposition Labour Party announced a plan to create a "British Broadband" public service. Labour said it plans to nationalise telecoms provider BT's fixed-line network if it wins Britain's December 12 election.
British broadband provider TalkTalk said on Friday that a deal to sell its FibreNation business had stalled after the opposition Labour Party announced a plan to create a "British Broadband" public service. Labour said it plans to nationalise telecoms provider BT's fixed-line network if it wins Britain's December 12 election. The plan would also involve coming to agreements over access arrangements with TalkTalk and other broadband providers that have invested in fibre-to-the-premises, or possibly taking over those parts of the companies, Labour's finance chief John McDonnell said.
British broadband provider TalkTalk said it was still in discussions with interested parties regarding its FibreNation business after Britain's opposition Labour Party said it planned to create a "British Broadband" public service. Labour's plan would bring part of telecoms provider BT back into state ownership, and Sky News reported that CityFibre Holdings would have signed a deal to acquire FibreNation on Thursday but Labour's announcement stalled the plan. TalkTalk said it had increased profitability in the first half of its financial year by accelerating customer growth in Fibre broadband, and reiterated its outlook for the year.
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Britain's opposition Labour Party plans to nationalise BT's broadband network to provide free internet for all if it wins power, making a radical election pledge to roll back 35 years of private ownership that caught both the company and its shareholders by surprise. Labour's proposed overhaul of the telecoms infrastructure, an addition to its already broad nationalisation plan, would be paid for by raising taxes on tech firms such as Alphabet's Google, Amazon and Facebook and using its Green Transformation fund. The announcement by Labour, which is currently lagging Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservatives in opinion polls ahead of the Dec. 12 election, sent BT's shares down as much as 3.7%, wiping nearly half a billion pounds off its market value.