|Bid||18.3200 x 400|
|Ask||18.3400 x 6200|
|Day's range||18.3200 - 18.3500|
|52-week range||18.0500 - 24.6500|
|PE ratio (TTM)||17.72|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.36 (7.51%)|
|1y target est||21.28|
BT Group plc (LON: BT.A) shares currently have a dividend yield of 5.6%. Edward Sheldon explains why he won't be buying them.
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.
BT Group plc (LON: BT.A) and J Sainsbury plc (LON: SBRY) are offering income levels that cash savers can only dream about, says Harvey Jones.
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 Group plc (LON:BT-A) and Persimmon plc (LON:PSN) appear to offer an excellent combination of value and quality.
BT Group Plc (Other OTC: BTGOF - news) 's EE is planning to threaten the telecoms regulator Ofcom with a High Court challenge on Monday, over its planned auction of mobile spectrum. Ofcom in July capped the maximum spectrum a company could win as it set new rules for the auction of mobile spectrum to safeguard competition. The new auction, which is expected to take place later this year, will limit the amount of spectrum companies such as BT and EE Ltd (IPO-EEL.L) could win to 85 MHz in the 3.4 GHz band, restricting the companies' overall share of mobile spectrum.
The tech-heavy Nasdaq's streak of all-time high closes ended Thursday with Apple, Google-parent Alphabet and Netflix shares all slumping at least 1.5 percent.
British telecoms and television broadcasting firm BT Group's pre-tax profits tumbled to £418 million ($550 million, 470 million euros) in the three months to the end of June
The U.S. accounting watchdog is investigating accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers's audits of British telecoms group BT's Italian business, which has been hit by a book-keeping scandal, a source close to the matter said. The PwC audit of the Italian business is coming under increasing scrutiny worldwide after a similar investigation launched in Britain last week. PwC said in an emailed statement it was not the company's policy to comment on client issues.
Britain's accounting regulator said on Thursday it would investigate audits by PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PwC) of BT Group (Other OTC: BTGOF - news) after a scandal was uncovered this year at the Italian operations of the British telecoms group. The Financial Reporting Council (FRC), which can fine auditing firms and accountants and ban individuals from the accountancy profession in England and Wales, said it would investigate PwC's audits from 2015 to 2017. FRC is now expected to gather evidence before drafting any formal complaint.
French telecoms company Orange (LSE: 0OQV.L - news) could get 900 million pounds ($1.15 billion) by reducing its stake in British rival BT Group (Other OTC: BTGOF - news) from 4 percent to as little as 1.33 percent, it said on Monday. Shares (Berlin: DI6.BE - news) in BT, Britain's biggest telecoms operator, have underperformed those of its European peers of late, falling by about 21 percent since the start of the year after an accounting scandal in Italy forced the group to cut forecasts for the next two years. Orange said in a statement late on Monday that it lowered its BT stake to 2.66 percent by selling about 133 million shares via a private placement, out of which 69 million were acquired by BT and its Employee Share Ownership Trust.
BT Group (Other OTC: BTGOF - news) has picked a new auditor to replace PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), months after the emergence of a £530m accounting crisis in its Global Services division. Sky News understands that BT directors selected a winner from a two-horse race between EY and KPMG at a board meeting on Wednesday. The new auditor, which will break PwC's 33-year stranglehold on one of corporate Britain's most lucrative professional services relationships, will be announced before the weekend, according to insiders.
Britain's biggest telecoms group BT Group Plc (Other OTC: BTGOF - news) has begun informal talks with representatives of its retired staff about a plan to cap their pensions and ease one of the biggest challenges facing the company, the Daily Telegraph newspaper reported on Friday. BT is asking the fund's trustees and telecoms unions to agree to end accruals in the company's defined-benefits pension scheme, a move some other British blue-chip firms have already taken, the newspaper said. A BT spokesman said the company was considering a number of options for the pension fund deficit but declined to comment further.
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."