BT-A.L - BT Group plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
249.70
+4.20 (+1.71%)
At close: 5:05PM GMT
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Previous close245.50
Open245.25
Bid244.10 x 11700
Ask269.80 x 349100
Day's range244.05 - 251.75
52-week range242.70 - 400.70
Volume26,160,640
Avg. volume19,150,439
Market cap24.577B
BetaN/A
PE ratio (TTM)8.44
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target estN/A
  • BT’s New Chairman Is No Stranger to Tough Assignments
    Bloomberg22 days ago

    BT’s New Chairman Is No Stranger to Tough Assignments

    Jan du Plessis is moving from one tough job to another, as the departing chairman of Rio Tinto Group takes up the same post at troubled telecom carrier BT Group Plc on Wednesday.

  • Premier League Soccer Gains Viewers in Season Start on Sky and BT
    Bloomberglast month

    Premier League Soccer Gains Viewers in Season Start on Sky and BT

    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.

  • Global stocks hit skids before US growth data
    AFP4 months ago

    Global stocks hit skids before US growth data

    World stock markets mostly fell Friday before US growth data, as a rash of disappointing company results and auto sector woes sent Europe skidding lower. Asian equities tumbled after two days of gains, ...

  • BT says profits tumble on Italy scandal
    AFP4 months ago

    BT says profits tumble on Italy scandal

    British telecoms and television broadcasting firm BT Group on Friday posted a 42-percent slump in profits during its first quarter, rocked by fresh fallout from an Italian accounting scandal. The news sent BT shares sliding four percent, with the company heading the fallers' board in morning deals on London's FTSE 100 index. Pre-tax profits tumbled to £418 million ($550 million, 470 million euros) in the three months to the end of June, BT said in a results statement.

  • BT Group agrees to separate broadband unit
    AFP8 months ago

    BT Group agrees to separate broadband unit

    British telecoms giant BT Group has agreed to legally separate its broadband unit Openreach to remedy concerns over competition in the sector, the company announced Friday. Created by BT in 2005, Openreach maintains tens of millions of copper and fibre lines connecting telephone exchanges to homes and businesses across the UK. As a result, about 32,000 employees will transfer to the new Openreach Limited in "one of the largest such transfers in UK corporate history", BT said in a statement.

  • BT shares collapse on Italy-linked profit warning
    AFP10 months ago

    BT shares collapse on Italy-linked profit warning

    BT shares dived by a fifth on Tuesday after the telecoms and TV group warned that profits would take a much larger hit than expected from accounting irregularities in Italy. An independent review of its Italian business uncovered improper accounting practices and a "complex set of improper sales, purchase, factoring and leasing transactions", BT said in a statement Tuesday. The net result was there has been an overstatement of earnings at BT's Italian business over a number of years, leading to the upwards revision in the value of the writedown.

  • noodls11 months ago

    Total Voting Rights

    Friday 30 December 2016 BT GROUP PLC TOTAL VOTING RIGHTS - MONTH-END DISCLOSURE BT Group plc confirms that on 30 December 2016 its capital consisted of 9,968,127,681 ordinary shares with voting rights. ...

  • noodls11 months ago

    BT Tower is world's highest Internet of Things base station

    Low power long range radio device hosted in the building BT Tower has become the highest building in the world to host an Internet of Things (IoT) base station, at a height of 180 metres. The iconic building ...

  • BT's Rake Says Recovering Well After Italy Scandal
    Bloomberg Videolast month

    BT's Rake Says Recovering Well After Italy Scandal

    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."