Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Thomas Cook LSE:TCG London Ordinary Share GB00B1VYCH82 ORD EUR0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.55p -0.63% 86.60p 86.50p 86.60p 87.20p 85.35p 87.20p 1,149,781.00 14:48:33
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 7,812.0 42.0 0.8 108.3 1,266.71

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23/2/2017
16:35
Almost half of Germans with an interest in traveling to the U.S. won’t do so now because they feel unwelcome or don’t want to endorse President Donald Trump. About 46 percent of Germans who would like to visit the U.S. “in principle” have changed their views on that destination since Trump took office and won’t travel there as a result, according to a survey by GfK SE published in travel-industry magazine fvw. The findings don’t bode well for Europe’s travel industry, as tour operators including TUI AG and Thomas Cook Group Plc are already dealing with the fallout of reduced travel to the Middle East amid concerns about security. Travel operators have been benefiting from a boom in long-haul travel, and the U.S. had become especially popular among Germans, who make up the biggest customer group for both TUI and Thomas Cook. Transatlantic routes are among the most profitable for Deutsche Lufthansa AG, and Air Berlin Plc expanded its long-haul fleet as it increases its flight program to North America. Millions of sun-seekers avoiding destinations in the eastern Mediterranean and northern Africa have been turning to Spain, Portugal and Greece. Among the Germans polled by GfK, 36 percent said they’d continue to travel to the U.S., as they differentiate between politics and Americans’ warm-heartedness. About 17 percent stated that national politics had no impact on their travel plans. GfK polled 1,004 people in the Germany between Feb. 3 and Feb 10.
neilrich
23/2/2017
15:15
Condor Airlines, part of Thomas Cook Group Airlines, will expand its route network this summer with new, non-stop service from San Diego, Pittsburgh, and New Orleans to Frankfurt and beyond, the airline said. It will also add new, non-stop service to Munich from existing gateways in Seattle and Las Vegas. All the new routes will use Boeing 767-300 aircraft. This is the airline´s largest US expansion in its 60-year history, and the first time Condor has flown from San Diego, Pittsburgh, and New Orleans. The carrier currently serves the US from Anchorage, Austin, Baltimore, Fairbanks, Las Vegas, Minneapolis, Portland, and Seattle. Thomas Cook Group Airlines has seen passenger numbers from North America to Europe more than double in the last three years, with 9 newly introduced routes within this period. More than 1 million passengers used the airlines´ services via the North Atlantic in 2016. The Condor route network includes more than 75 destinations with connections to more than 230 global destinations through partnerships with other carriers. US partners such as Alaska Airlines, JetBlue, and Sun Country provide easy access to Condor´s long-haul flights from many cities across the country, while the extensive partner network in Frankfurt and Munich, consisting of Lufthansa, Croatia Airlines, Swiss and many more, connects passengers with flights throughout Europe. The Thomas Cook Group Airlines is part of the Thomas Cook Group plc. and consists of four leisure-focused airlines: Thomas Cook Airlines UK, Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium, Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia, and Condor Airlines. The airlines carry 16.7 million passengers per year to roughly 100 destinations, generating revenues of GBP 2.8bn. The combined fleet consists of 95 aircraft including 25 new Airbus A321 that joined as of
jonesey3
23/2/2017
10:10
Yip....all zzzzzzzz at moment....K
kumala
23/2/2017
08:28
drifting again....
jonesey3
16/2/2017
09:15
Many thanks......K:)
kumala
16/2/2017
09:00
Hürriyet Daily NewsLEADING NEWS SOURCE FOR TURKEY AND THE REGION Login | Become a member| I forgot my password HOMETURKEYECONOMYWORLDSPORTSLIFEARTS/CULTUREOPINIONVIDEOPHOTOHürriyet Sub Categories: » HOMEPAGE / ECONOMY/ TOURISMThursday,February 16 2017, Your time is 11:57:40 8 mln foreign tourists ‘expected to visit Antalya in 2017’ ANTALYA Print Page Send to friend » Share on Facebook 8 mln foreign tourists ‘expected to visit Antalya in 2017’ Around 7.5 to 8 million foreign tourists are expected to visit the Mediterranean province of Antalya over this year, following a daunting year for Turkey, a leading tourism player has said. The number of foreigners visiting Turkey, mainly Istanbul and Antalya, declined to 25.3 million in 2016, a 30 percent drop compared to 2015, after a series of bomb attacks, a diplomatic crisis with Russia, and the failed July 15, 2016 coup attempt. Professional Hoteliers Association (POYD) President Hakan Duran said the Russian market has started presenting attraction to Turkey again, as early bookings from them were growing in high numbers. “We expect around 7.5 to 8 million foreign tourists to visit Antalya this year, which will represent a 30 percent increase compared to 2016,” he said, as quoted by state-run Anadolu Agency. Half of Russia’s holidaymakers have chosen Turkey as their top travel destination in 2017, a recent report released by the Association of Tour Operators in Russia (ATOR) stated, citing estimates from the country’s tour operators and agencies. “We have expected around 2 to 2.5 million Russian tourists to visit Antalya this year. If an average of 2.5 million Russians visited Antalya this year, we can close 2017 with around 7.5 to 8 million foreign arrivals, even in the scenario of some 1 million losses from the European market,” said Duran. He added that there was a strong recovery in the U.K. market, as many Brits wanted to visit Antalya, however the same trend could not be seen for many other European markets, including Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands. Duran also noted that around 650,000 to 700,000 Israeli tourists were expected to visit Antalya this year. February/14/2017 PHOTO GALLERY
bostanli
16/2/2017
08:53
Hi Kumala,it won't edit on here for some reason,but the story easy to find
bostanli
16/2/2017
08:41
Bos. Edit the xx to tt ....... Ta.K
kumala
16/2/2017
07:33
7th paragraph, could be good for Thomas Cook hxxp://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/8-mln-foreign-tourists-expected-to-visit-antalya-in-2017.aspx?pageID=238&nID=109745&NewsCatID=349
bostanli
15/2/2017
22:19
Interesting read neilThnxK
kumala
15/2/2017
15:23
And blue she goes, lets hope it can be maintained and improved upon into close...!!!! K
kumala
15/2/2017
15:03
Back into the blue by close i think!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! K
kumala
14/2/2017
19:21
Nice movement over previous days up to circa 93 then down ti circa 84 back to 89 and looking to beat previous recent high...FAB....Aimho.....:)K
kumala
14/2/2017
17:42
let me guess either MMs tree shaking to lose a few weak holders or Franky being deliberately cautious to let his mates in or more likely a bit of profit taking after a damn good run from 80p upwards in the last two months
steptoes yard
14/2/2017
15:10
Chart looking good again...just goes to show, what was last week's fall about?!!
neilrich
11/2/2017
16:01
Zak Mire is a curse.
sux_2bu
11/2/2017
15:45
Strong set of results Thursday, the market overreacted....Peter Fankhauser is right to be cautious, I'd more worried if he was not! Exactly the same happened in January when Credit Suisse went from outperform to neutral...the market overreacted to the downside, however the share price was quick to recover, should the same happen again in the coming weeks then we shall be testing 100p. Q3 and Q4 is what matters, from what Peter said Thursday we're expecting this Summer to surpass previous years. More and more people are looking for half/full board holidays, especially those on a budget.
neilrich
11/2/2017
13:41
Interesting... lets hope the uptrend continues. Was not good hovering around in the 50,s bracket.....K
kumala
11/2/2017
11:37
Despite cautious outlook, Zak Mir tips Thomas Cook to soar towards £1 Share 09:20 10 Feb 2017 Despite the cautious outlook from Thomas Cook Group PLC (LON:TCG) in yesterday’s first quarter results, Zak Mir reckons shares in the travel operator could still head towards the £1 zone in the coming weeks. “The summer was really the low point for the stock breaking back above the 50-day moving average in August and it’s been guided by that line ever since,” Mir explains in the latest Proactive Investors Bulletin Board segment. “[The stock is] in a rising trend channel from June with the top of the channel heading towards 100p and that’s the target on a technical basis while we hold above the floor of the channel towards the 80p level.”[...]
neilrich
09/2/2017
15:24
Really can't see much wrong here: Https://www.ft.com/content/af083288-eea2-11e6-930f-061b01e23655
che7win
09/2/2017
15:19
Date Broker Recommendation Price Old target price New target price Notes 09 Feb 17 AlphaValue Buy 84.15 135.00 135.00 Reiterates 09 Feb 17 Berenberg Hold 84.15 80.00 80.00 Reiterates 09 Feb 17 Shore Capital Buy 84.15 - - Retains
che7win
09/2/2017
15:16
Well overdone bought a bucket full at 83.55p hope to make serious money when back to 87/88p and will be a seller as quantity is large to wait for the +90p.
leonidas
09/2/2017
14:39
10-11p EPS expected here and ontrack today, I expected 100p today, seem to be wrong footed. Tomorrow an up day I should think.
che7win
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