BT Group PLC (BT)

1.47
-0.02(-1.34%)
  • Volume:
    3,210
  • Bid/Ask:
    0.00/0.00
  • Day's Range:
    1.47 - 1.49
High dividend Yield

Dividend yield shows how much a company pays its shareholders in dividends annually per dollar invested. It reflects how much an investor will earn aside from any capital gains in the stock.

BT Overview

Prev. Close
1.49
Day's Range
1.47-1.49
Revenue
-
Open
1.49
52 wk Range
1.38-2.39
EPS
0.172
Volume
3,210
Market Cap
14.24B
Dividend (Yield)
7.70
(6.00%)
Average Volume (3m)
3,414
P/E Ratio
11.05
Beta
0.726
1-Year Change
-16.06%
Shares Outstanding
9,835,747,522
Next Earnings Date
-
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BT Group PLC Company Profile

BT Group PLC Company Profile

  • Type:Equity
  • Market:Germany
  • ISIN:GB0030913577
  • WKN:794796

BT Group plc is a telecommunications and network provider. The Company builds, owns and operates fixed and mobile networks. The Company's segments include Consumer, Enterprise, Global and Openreach. Its Consumer segment serves individuals and households through three brands: EE, BT and Plusnet. It offers a range of broadband, mobile, landline and converged solutions, as well as entertainment including sport, TV and gaming. Its Global segment integrate, secure, and manage network and cloud infrastructure, and offer security, collaboration and contact center solutions to multinational companies (MNCs) and governments. Its Enterprise segment helps businesses of all sizes across the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland to reach their digital goals. Openreach segment manages fixed networks connecting homes, mobile masts, schools, shops, banks, hospitals, libraries, governments and businesses around the world. It serves over 690 communications providers (CPs) within the United Kingdom.

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Analyst Price Target

Average211.02 (+67.01% Upside)
High300
Low90.48
Price126.35
No. of Analysts22
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Analysts 12-Month Price Target

Technical Summary

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  • looks like the strikes are doing their job
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    • Target: below 100
      2
      • Whispers of someone building a large stake ? Takeover target at this price.£1.60
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        • Anyone think the upcoming strike action is going to affect these shares much?
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          • Market adjustment for that happened already last week. Next change will be based on what deal is negotiated.
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          • BT ceo doesn't want to negotiate with the union, and now there's more strike dates to come!
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        • CAPEX peaking, more profit on the way. Still very cheap, definitely a buy!
          3
          • I wonder whether we have seen the bottom on BT? Results next week.
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            • Harry Carson: while I have always liked BT and my son is a holder of the stock.. For me the buy in level is between 110p and 120 to get the full potential.. Not sure if they have a great deal of capital growth but the dividend should be consistent throughout the next 3-5 years... Hold or wait for 110p
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              • Craig. .thank you for your help...I tend to agree though your figure is about 10p lower... which suits me... I'll be patient a while. I think I was seeking confirmation of my own thoughts! Cheers. Harry
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              • Welcome, if you are wanting divi growth and a telecom check out Vodaohone massive 7% at todays price.. 110p
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            • Where is the bottom? We wish we knew. Suggestions please.
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              • this is on the way down well before the covid. for long term investment extremely risky and not sure the divi covers your losses here. I don't like the technicals here at all. all the best.
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                • What dividend?
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              • They could be fined 2.3M×£500 for overcharging customers. Roughly 10% of their market cap? How far will the share price drop?I think BT are too closely shackled and too tightly regulated.However, on this occasion they should have started making provisions and repayments to head off the big issue.
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