BT Group

Hoping that revenue will finally grow in 2022/23

12/05/22 -"No surprise for the Q4 as revenues still did not stabilise while the EBITDA was up by 3% thanks to BT’s transformation programmes and tight cost management. Capex was however up by a whopping 25% in ..."

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