Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Compass Group Plc LSE:CPG London Ordinary Share GB00BD6K4575 ORD 11 1/20P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -16.00p -0.80% 1,986.00p 1,985.00p 1,986.00p 2,014.00p 1,981.50p 2,009.00p 586,741 11:58:51
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 22,964.0 1,520.0 71.0 28.0 31,503

Compass Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
29/9/2009
09:59
Directors dealings one to watch here imo. Great timing on their last round of buying
essentialinvestor
29/9/2009
09:57
Good reaction to today's trading statement. Expected earnings up 14% at constant currencies suggests that the weak pound may help improve on that.
deanforester
09/9/2009
19:11
BS... who do you think may be in the market to take out such a big company? Considering the directors bought in July, perhaps trading is not as bad as was thought?
eipgam
08/9/2009
12:11
surprisngly strong. semi-profit warning takes it down and now it rockets back up. Trading not as bad as expected or a takeover coming ?
brain smiley
29/7/2009
09:43
from today £CPG UBS: downgraded to neutral from buy, tp cut to 340 from 410 After the results UBS were saying the market had got it wrong - the results were good and now this.
brain smiley
28/7/2009
07:45
Out with a nice little "Profit"
barniebear
27/7/2009
10:15
and the directors have spent £250K on shares
eipgam
27/7/2009
08:42
In for the first time!!
barniebear
26/7/2009
09:00
The view taken by (brokers etc)is that CPG is a verry strong BUY!!
barniebear
24/7/2009
13:43
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/markets/questor/5893936/Back-Capita-Group-to-be-a-recession-winner.html Interetsing article - CPG looks cheap.
brain smiley
24/7/2009
11:45
might get sum at 3 quid..nearly went in at 326...eek!
bobp
23/7/2009
21:55
£4 a share - that has made me smile. Lucky if this holds above £3 IMV.
essentialinvestor
23/7/2009
21:19
Jas Ron I agree
peawacks
23/7/2009
20:54
time to buy some of these after today's sharp fall - thought results looked ok and charles stanley has a 400p target. fall seems rather overdone today..... The share price of caterer Compass Group was looking decidedly soggy Thursday morning after a disappointing interim management statement but broker Charles Stanley reckons the share price fall makes the case for purchasing the shares even more compelling. "The share price has reacted adversely to the Q3 update but we believe that the only disappointment with the update is that we will not be upgrading our profit forecasts," Charles Stanley analyst Tony Shepard said. Charles Stanley believes the current share price does not reflect the improvement in margins the group has achieved over the past three years, and the improved cash generation. "In terms of the outlook for 2010, the economic headwinds will remain challenging so revenue growth will be flat but the group is optimistic of driving further margin improvements across the business," the broker notes. Charles Stanley has a price target of 400p for the stock.
jas_ron
16/7/2009
17:18
http://www.fool.co.uk/news/investing/investing-strategy/2009/07/15/where-youll-find-todays-best-value-stocks.aspx?source=ufwflwlnk0000001 Growth Shares At Value Prices It could be argued that the average value investor should look beyond the usual value universe to seek out the best bargains in today's market. It's relatively unusual to see companies that have the characteristics of both value and growth stocks. For example, I look at these larger companies with relatively low P/E ratios as well as forecast earnings growth: Company Recent Share Price 2009 Forecast P/E 2009 Forecast Growth Rate G4S (LSE: GFS) 212p 11 30% Compass Group (LSE: CPG) 336p 12 36% Sainsbury (LSE: SBRY) 311p 14 9% Sage Group (LSE: SGE) 175p 11 27% Homeserve (LSE: HSV) 1,415p 13 32% De La Rue (LSE: DLAR) 857p 12 27% As you can see, companies that are forecasting strong growth aren't always expensive. Right now, in fact, many such shares are trading at their cheapest levels in years -- possibly because their growth prospects past 2009 are less favourable.
eipgam
14/7/2009
11:58
Should see an management statement in the next couple of weeks looking at last years RNS. With the week pound we should see a good result
dodge meister
10/7/2009
10:48
Dodge - Best to buy at the bottom!!
killieboy
09/6/2009
16:21
All quiet here, the drop from the recent highs with the fall in the strength of the pound make this look like a buy. Trying to determine a good buy price...any thoughts out there.
dodge meister
19/5/2009
09:01
deutsche upgrade today http://www.intermarketstocks.com/imsmembers/imsbrkrecs.php
knockers2
15/5/2009
17:22
The cleverer person might well point out that Compass has a rather dodgy debt-fuelled past, the Independent now sees very few reasons not to buy the shares. The group says it is expecting a strong second half and the paper said it would tend to agree with the experts at Killik & Co who argue that: "Compass is the market leader in an industry with significant growth potential and we believe the shares should be a core holding in an equity portfolio." Buy.
bill hunt
13/5/2009
13:58
Got out at 361.5p for a nice profit. Good luck to all retainers.
peaeff
12/5/2009
16:54
Interims tomorrow, hope the Dow does well this evening and the CPG figures are as good I believe they will be. Good luck all. regards
peaeff
07/5/2009
08:43
DM Totally agree. Last trading update was very bullish and I am expecting 360p plus post results. Have bought in this morning but should have done so a couple of days ago having had this on monitor for the last few weeks. Further improvement in FTSE and the expected good figures could surprise on the upside. Regards
peaeff
05/5/2009
12:08
Very quiet here, the resent drop seems to be a shift from safe harbours to greater risk (opportunity) shares. Looks to be over done given the interims out in a week and a concensus broker target price of 3.78. Looks to be a comfortable 10% in the next month at 320sp or below...any thoughts?
dodge meister
06/4/2009
17:02
Told you, tree shake. Noob.
ac1983
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