BTQ.F - BT Group plc

Frankfurt - Frankfurt Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
2.2205
+0.0125 (+0.57%)
As of 3:35PM CEST. Market open.
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Previous Close2.2080
Open2.1835
Bid2.1700 x 570000
Ask2.2325 x 570000
Day's Range2.1835 - 2.2205
52 Week Range2.1835 - 3.0585
Volume3,000
Avg. Volume4,022
Market Cap21.771B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.94
PE Ratio (TTM)7.40
EPS (TTM)0.3000
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.18 (8.09%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-08-08
1y Target EstN/A
  • Financial Times2 days ago

    Stocks to watch: MorphoSys, Daimler, BT, Admiral, Bakkavor, RWE

    ● MorphoSys of Germany led the Stoxx 600 gainers after the antibody developer delivered promising headline results of a pivotal Phase 2 clinical trial of its tafasitamab drug for treating lymphoma. Goldman Sachs analysts said they were increasingly comfortable with expectations that the US Food and Drug Administration would approve tafasitamab on the basis of the L-MIND trial alone. ● Daimler was the worst performer among Europe’s auto stocks after a profit warning.

  • TheStreet.com5 days ago

    'Goga' Stocks Part 2: Throw A Line Overseas to Net Big Yields

    In yesterday's column I introduced the concept of "Goga stocks" in honor of Goga Bitadze, the Georgian prospect who was overshadowed by Duke's Zion Williamson at NBA Draft media day. Well, Goga was selected 18th in last night's draft by the Indiana Pacers, and he is about to become a very wealthy 19 year old. As for finding Goga stocks -- high-yielding names that will act as ballast for the shorts in my new entity, Excelsior Capital Partners -- perhaps the young man's story is insightful in more than one way.

  • Reuterslast month

    BT Group halves former CEO's bonus after investor disquiet

    Britain's biggest broadband and mobile provider BT Group said on Thursday former Chief Executive Officer Gavin Patterson had agreed to a halving of his annual bonus. "The (pay) committee and Gavin agreed that a reduction of the total bonus outcome by 50% would be the right thing to do and in the best interests of all stakeholders," BT said. Patterson left BT at the end of January, handing over to Philip Jansen, a former Worldpay chief executive.

  • Huawei Gets Kicked in the Teeth by the British
    Bloomberglast month

    Huawei Gets Kicked in the Teeth by the British

    The mobile operator Vodafone Group Plc followed suit. It’s telling too that of those five pioneering 5G countries – which include the U.S., China, Switzerland and South Korea – Britain is the one you’d expect to be most neutral about whether or not to sell Huawei handsets. Switzerland’s Swisscom AG has already started offering 5G phones from another Chinese company, Oppo.

  • BT Drops New Huawei Phones as U.S. Crackdown Starts to Bite
    Bloomberglast month

    BT Drops New Huawei Phones as U.S. Crackdown Starts to Bite

    BT Group Plc won’t offer phones from Huawei Technologies Co. when it starts Britain’s first 5G mobile network next week, joining a growing list of wireless operators ditching the Chinese company’s handsets after the U.S. blocked it from critical suppliers. BT decided not to include Huawei phones in its 5G launch because of uncertainty over whether they could use Android software developed by U.S. tech giant Alphabet Inc., a spokesman for the carrier said.

  • GuruFocus.comlast month

    Stocks That Fell to 3-Year Lows in the Week of May 17

    CVS Health Corp., Vodafone Group PLC, Occidental Petroleum Corp. and BT Group PLC have declined to their respective 3-year lows

  • Reuterslast month

    Aiming to re-energise staff, new head of Britain's BT hands out shares

    The new boss of Britain's BT Group will give each employee 500 pounds ($641) worth of shares, at a total cost of 50 million pounds, in one of his first moves to drive better performance at the telecoms giant. Philip Jansen took over the top job at the country's biggest mobile and fixed-line telecoms provider in February, tasked with overhauling the former monopoly and building the next generation networks that are central to the growth of the economy. "I'm asking our colleagues for their commitment to making BT a national champion and I want to give them ownership in our company and a share in our success," Jansen said on Thursday.

  • Aiming to re-energize staff, new head of Britain's BT hands out shares
    Reuterslast month

    Aiming to re-energize staff, new head of Britain's BT hands out shares

    The new boss of Britain's BT Group will give each employee 500 pounds ($641) worth of shares, at a total cost of 50 million pounds, in one of his first moves to drive better performance at the telecoms giant. Philip Jansen took over the top job at the country's biggest mobile and fixed-line telecoms provider in February, tasked with overhauling the former monopoly and building the next generation networks that are central to the growth of the economy. "I'm asking our colleagues for their commitment to making BT a national champion and I want to give them ownership in our company and a share in our success," Jansen said on Thursday.

  • Aiming to re-energise staff, new head of BT hands out shares
    Reuterslast month

    Aiming to re-energise staff, new head of BT hands out shares

    The new boss of Britain's BT Group will give each employee 500 pounds worth of shares, at a total cost of 50 million pounds, in one of his first moves to drive better performance at the telecoms giant. Philip Jansen took over the top job at the country's biggest mobile and fixed-line telecoms provider in February, tasked with overhauling the former monopoly and building the next generation networks that are central to the growth of the economy. "I'm asking our colleagues for their commitment to making BT a national champion and I want to give them ownership in our company and a share in our success," Jansen said on Thursday.

  • CNBC2 months ago

    This African engineer thought business people were crooks until he founded a company and became a billionaire

    When Mo Ibrahim was growing up in Alexandria, Egypt, he idolized scientists such as Marie Curie and Albert Einstein and eventually became a telecommunications engineer. Fast-forward several decades and Ibrahim is now a billionaire business person — something he never expected would happen, because he didn't trust those running companies.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    PRESS DIGEST- Financial Times - April 25

    The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. Headlines Sainsbury's and Asda set to concede defeat over 7 bln stg ...

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Timeline: BT bosses in spotlight in Italian accounting scandal

    A criminal investigation into accounting fraud inside British Telecom's Italian unit has uncovered more evidence of what prosecutors say was the involvement of senior executives in artificially inflating the division’s financial performance. OCTOBER 27 2016: British Telecom says it wrote down the value of its Italian operations by 145 million pounds due to “inappropriate management behavior” at its Italian division but says the issue will not affect its full-year financial targets. JANUARY 24 2017: BT CEO Gavin Patterson says in a statement an internal audit found “serious accounting irregularities” in its Italian operations that forced BT to write down the value of its Italian business by 530 million pounds and to cut estimated profits and revenues.

  • Exclusive: British Telecom's Italian job had London roots, say investigators
    Reuters2 months ago

    Exclusive: British Telecom's Italian job had London roots, say investigators

    A criminal investigation into accounting fraud inside British Telecom's Italian unit has uncovered more evidence of what prosecutors say was the involvement of senior executives in artificially inflating the division’s financial performance. Emails seized by the police and reviewed by Reuters show for the first time why Italian prosecutors allege that top BT employees were at the heart of the problem, contrary to the company's assertions that managers at head office knew nothing about the misconduct.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Exclusive: BT’s Italian job had London roots, say investigators

    A criminal investigation into accounting fraud inside British Telecom's Italian unit has uncovered more evidence of what prosecutors say was the involvement of senior executives in artificially inflating the division’s financial performance. Emails seized by the police and reviewed by Reuters show for the first time why Italian prosecutors allege that top BT employees were at the heart of the problem, contrary to the company's assertions that managers at head office knew nothing about the misconduct.

  • GuruFocus.com2 months ago

    Bonness Enterprises Inc Buys Canon Inc, BT Group PLC

    Washington, DC, based Investment company Bonness Enterprises Inc buys Canon Inc, BT Group PLC during the 3-months ended 2019Q1, according to the most recent filings of the investment company, Bonness Enterprises ...

  • Reuters3 months ago

    PRESS DIGEST- Financial Times - April 3

    The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. Headlines Major BT union rejects company restructuring plans https://on.ft.com/2HV02ru ...

  • 25,000 Jobs, or the Dividend. Which Do You Cut First?
    Bloomberg3 months ago

    25,000 Jobs, or the Dividend. Which Do You Cut First?

    New Chief Executive Officer Philip Jansen would have been well aware of the issues when he took the reins in February. Unfortunately for BT employees, Gavin Patterson’s inability to secure higher wholesale prices leaves Jansen with little option but to shed staff to turn things around at the former British national carrier, whose stock has lost half of its value over the past three years. The company is considering a plan to reduce its 100,000-strong workforce by as much as 25 percent over the next five years, Bloomberg News’s Thomas Seal reported on Wednesday.

  • Synchronoss Technologies (SNCR) Q4 2018 Earnings Conference Call Transcript
    Motley Fool3 months ago

    Synchronoss Technologies (SNCR) Q4 2018 Earnings Conference Call Transcript

    SNCR earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2018.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Exclusive: BT executives knew of accounting fraud in Italy unit - prosecutors

    A preliminary criminal investigation into an accounting scandal at the Italian unit of British telecom firm BT has alleged that three top executives of the group were aware of bookkeeping fraud at the unit, according to a document prepared by Italian prosecutors. The document, which wraps up the preliminary investigation, alleges that a network of people in BT Italy exaggerated revenues, faked contract renewals and invoices and invented bogus supplier transactions in order to meet bonus targets and disguise the unit's true financial performance. The closing of the preliminary probe is the final step before prosecutors press charges against the suspects.

  • Reuters5 months ago

    BT pressured to cut price to sell troubled Italian business - sources

    LONDON/MILAN (Reuters) - BT Group may have to cut the price tag of its troubled Italian arm as bidders are mainly interested in parts of the business rather than the whole division, which suffered an accounting scandal in 2017, sources told Reuters. Four bidders, including Telecom Italia (TIM) and telecom services provider Retelit, have been shortlisted to carry out due diligence on the business, two years after the accounting problems forced BT to take a 530 million pound write-down.

  • BT boss signs off with strong quarter
    Reuters5 months ago

    BT boss signs off with strong quarter

    BT Group's outgoing CEO Gavin Patterson said he was handing over a company with the momentum needed to see through a major restructuring and withstand pressures ranging from demands from regulators to aggressive competition in consumer broadband. Philip Jansen, a former Worldpay chief executive, takes the helm at Britain's biggest broadband provider on Friday, eight months after Patterson launched a cost-cutting plan to tackle financial and operational underperformance.