Loyal readers might have noticed an interview piece with Crispin Odey written by yours truly in this weekend's Mail on Sunday. Well, below is a link in case you missed it:
Posts tagged: BT Group
So, it would appear Ben Gartside of Yahoo Finance was barking up the right tree when he dug out a rather good scoop in July about Labour looking to nationalise BT Group.
Below is the link to his great story:
Betaville's chums on the Mail on Sunday's business section had a decent haul yesterday.
Indeed, Neil "Neily" Craven's scoop about Ray Kelvin looking at a take private of Ted Baker appears to be the most talked about story in the London market this morning...
John McDonnell, the shadow chancellor, appreared to definitively rule out any potential re-nationalisation of BT Group in yesterday's The Sunday Times following reports from Yahoo Finance a couple of weeks ago that Labour was looking at the possibility of taking the telecoms giant back into public ownership.
Below is the link to Oliver Shah and John Collingridge's fascinating piece in yesterday's business sections:..
Hat tip to Ben Gartside at Yahoo Finance, who today revealed how the office of Jeremy Corbyn is weighing a £20 billion nationalisation of telecom giant BT Group. Below is the link to the piece:
Hat tip to John "The Ridge" Collingridge, deputy City editor of The Sunday Times, for landing a cracking tale in today's The Sunday Times about Labour's plans to take private/renationalise the country's water companies at a discount.
I can't imagine investors in London's listed water companies (United Utlities, Pennon Group and Severn Trent) are too happy about that! Below is a link to John's scoop:..
Betaville notes Mark Kleinman of Sky News earlier today revealed that BT Group has hired Lazard to sell its fleet management operations (also known as a bunch of vans) for £200 million.
Knowing Kleinman a bit from working together at The Daily Telegraph I'm sure the tale is accurate...
There was an interesting snippet on this morning's market live session on FT Alphaville.
Bryce Elder, who runs the markets live chat, was suggesting Deutsche Telekom was/is working with advisers to start working on a bid for BT Group. Below is a link to the markets live session: