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BT Group plc (BT-A.L)

LSE - LSE Delayed Price. Currency in GBp (0.01 GBP)
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158.00-0.75 (-0.47%)
At close: 05:31PM BST
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  • P
    Panlilio
    Just saw BTGOF published on the daily alert watchlist at (http://market-engross.club)
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    BREZNAK
    Have you guys ever heard of (http://Themaxgains.tech)? The picks on there are way better than BT-A.L
  • J
    John
    BT recently published its Q1 earnings. Since then, its stock has dropped by 8%. As such, the current BT share price could present a buying opportunity. However, a deeper look at the business could indicate that it’s a value trap.

    https://www.fool.co.uk/2022/08/02/is-the-bt-share-price-a-bargain-or-value-trap/
    Bearish
  • J
    John
    Aside from its defensive nature, BT has more things going for it. For one, its mobile network EE has been named the best mobile network in the UK by RootMetrics. Additionally, its 5G network now covers 50% of the UK population, with the firm planning to continue investing in its expansion.

    Secondly, the group’s Openreach network now covers 7.2m premises, providing 1.8m connections, with a strong and growing early take-up rate of 25%. This momentum has therefore allowed BT to revise its target of installing fast broadband fibre in 20m to 25m homes by 2026.

    https://www.fool.co.uk/2022/07/06/can-the-bt-share-price-continue-its-rally/
    Neutral
  • r
    rtcohen1946
    I remain optimistic that BTGOF will reach $3.00 based on recent financial statements showing profits, a p/e ratio of around 9, reduction of their pension deficit, cost-cutting, investment in 5G technology, reinstatement of a dividend, and a major investor's interest to buy more shares. 52-week low of $1.66 and a 52-week high of $2.89, currently selling at $2.45. I see upward movement.
  • W
    Wally Sparks
    Going ex-dividend next week at $.71 a share, and recently reported solid financial results!
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    MURRAY
    why is my bt shares shown in dollars on Yahoo site
  • H
    Harry
    There is no growth, no dividends, then tell me why should an investor buy into ?
  • A
    Andrew
    sheesh...almost doubled my money on this thing...thought it would take 5 years...incredible
  • d
    david
    Hi I have BT virus protect... I kee p getting popups, even though though updates are updated regularly.phoned BT they said call McFee...McFee said call BT.... Conflicting messages....!!!
  • D
    Dan
    BT has not been this low since 2010. Hopefully, it will climb back into the teens by the end of the year
  • d
    dennis
    They are discontinuing adr program in USA no one yet knows after a week what that means to us ?
  • J
    Johnny Rico
    Any chance of a divy in the next year?
  • J
    Johnny Rico
    BT needs to move to quarterly dividends.
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    GEE
    CREDIT SUISSE UPS TARGET PRICE ON BT
    (Sharecast News) - Credit Suisse has upped the price target for BT Group shares, and reiterated its 'outperform' rating, after the telecoms group hiked its prices.
    BT - which also owns mobile phone brand EE - confirmed earlier this month that landline, broadband, TV, sport and mobile bills will increase in line with inflation plus 3.9% from March 2020.

    Credit Suisse said it was increasing the target price to 185p from 180p after upgrading 2023 earnings per share forecasts by 4% on the back of the move.

    It raised full-year 2022-23 EBITDA by 0-1% "to reflect the impact of the consumer price increases. Full-year 2022-23 EPS estimates rise 1-4% and BT Group FY 22-23 normalised free cashflow forecasts rise 1-5%."

    The bank said: "We reiterate our thesis of BT returning to EBITDA growth in 2022 as near-term Covid-19 impacts on global sports events and the UK economy reverse.

    "We forecast a 1% BT Group EBITDA growth between 2020 and 2023 to £8.90bn, with consensus much too pessimistic, in our view, in forecasting a 4% decline over the same period."

    As at 1300 BST, shares in the blue chip were up nearly 2% at 100.79p.
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    ArcticTern
    SP downward pressure is partly due to the fear of BT's "technical debt" - old legacy technology that has to be replaced at a costly price. The other is pension debt. If they are responsible and actively managing these issues (issues that won't be resolved overnight), investors will eventually come back and bid up SP. Good luck to you all.
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    John1
    What's the record date for the next divi in August 2019?
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    ibrox
    any explanation for the current disaster known as BT ?
  • L
    Lloyd
    BT to terminate ADRs soon and delist from NYSE and SEC. What are the implications for American and Canadian investors who own shares?
  • K
    Keith
    Can anyone share insight on the close last night @ $11.87 USD for the ADRs and the open today at $10.76? I'm not understanding why Yahoo is only showing a .60% drop in price when it appears to be a 9.3% drop day over day...
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