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Strong revenue growth across all markets drives a spike in the shares, but some brokers are unenthusiastic.
It remains a high-quality, blue-chip place to be, but is a bit down on its luck because of the sagging British pound.
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Its latest results were lackluster, but at its current valuation and with a growing dividend, the British telco is a good deal.
The EU's 5G action plan could bring new regulatory hurdles for U.S. tech giants.
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These high dividend stocks are down at least 20% over the last year and offer an average high yield in excess of 4%.
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Fundamental analysts can buy the falling knife, but I prefer to wait for evidence that the decline is finished.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified BT Group (BT) as a strong on high relative volume candidate
The U.K. economy will bounce back and the stock is a solid income play.
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Regardless of which way the vote goes, these five companies based across the pond are teetering on the edge of big potential sell signals.
The engineering company appeals to its staff as the U.K. government threatens higher taxes in a post-Brexit Britain.
Polls put a "leave" vote seven percentage points ahead of the "remain" camp.
U.K.’s June 23 referendum on its relationship with the European Union sends jitters through markets across the globe
The Australian bank calls Vodafone's recent joint venture with John Malone's Liberty Global in the Netherlands an act of "desperation to do deals."
Unprecedented letter to staff outlining their views backed by BT board
A public holiday in much of Europe decreases volume.
Britain's leading telecom promises 10% dividend growth this year and next.
The Spanish oil producer becomes the latest in a parade of sector peers to post well-received quarterly numbers.