BTG PLC (BTG.L)

BTG.L on London Stock Exchange

529.50GBp
17 Apr 2014
Price Change (% chg)

8.50p (+1.63%)
Prev Close
521.00p
Open
520.00p
Day's High
532.00p
Day's Low
520.00p
Volume
544,424
Avg. Vol
545,953
52-wk High
624.40p
52-wk Low
323.10p

BTG.L

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About

BTG plc is an international specialist healthcare company. The Company is focused on three business areas: Specialty Pharmaceuticals, Interventional Medicine and Licensing & Biotechnology. Its focus within Specialty Pharmaceuticals is on antidote products that are used within hospitals. Its interventional medicine products are... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.53
Market Cap (Mil.): £1,914.60
Shares Outstanding (Mil.): 361.59
Dividend: --
Yield (%): --

Financials

  BTG.L Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 87.00 33.23 33.33
EPS (TTM): 0.06 -- --
ROI: 3.91 19.68 18.94
ROE: 4.49 20.37 19.69
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BRIEF-BTG sees year revenue around top end of guidance range

LONDON, April 3 - BTG plc update for the year ended 31 March 2014:

03 Apr 2014

BRIEF-BTG trading in line, reiterates full-year guidance

Jan 29 - BTG PLC : * Trading overall during the period and in the year to date has been in line

29 Jan 2014

BTG's varicose vein treatment wins U.S. approval

LONDON - British pharmaceutical firm BTG said U.S. regulators had approved its varicose vein treatment that uses an injectable foam to dissolve the veins as an alternative to surgical removal.

26 Nov 2013

UPDATE 1-BTG's varicose vein treatment wins US approval

* Injectable foam treatment approved after long development

26 Nov 2013

BTG's groundbreaking varicose veins treatment wins US approval

LONDON, Nov 26 - British pharmaceutical firm BTG said U.S. regulators had approved its groundbreaking varicose veins treatment that uses an injectable foam to dissolve the veins as an alternative to stripping.

26 Nov 2013

Brazil's BTG mulls bid for JPMorgan physical commodities business: report

- Grupo BTG Pactual SA , the Brazilian investment bank founded by billionaire André Esteves, is working on a bid for JPMorgan Chase & Co's $3.3 billion physical commodities business, according to a report on Tuesday.

23 Oct 2013

Brazil's BTG mulls bid for JPMorgan physical commodities business -report

Oct 22 - Grupo BTG Pactual SA, the Brazilian investment bank founded by billionaire André Esteves, is working on a bid for JPMorgan Chase & Co's $3.3 billion physical commodities business, according to a report on Tuesday.

23 Oct 2013

Earnings vs. Estimates

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