Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Dart Group Plc LSE:DTG London Ordinary Share GB00B1722W11 ORD 1.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 665.00 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
658.50 660.50 0.00 0.00 0.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 3,584.70 147.70 74.97 8.9 1,188
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:46:14 O 1,252 661.15 GBX

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Dart Daily Update: Dart Group Plc is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DTG. The last closing price for Dart was 665p.
Dart Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 616p and a 12 week average price of 429.80p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,950p while the 1 year low share price is currently 184p.
There are currently 178,691,368 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,793,746 shares. The market capitalisation of Dart Group Plc is £1,188,297,597.20.
scaff55: Yes agree share price volumes low so MMs in control so they can play games but l think they will turn, more returning from furlough today. They were £10 not that long ago and yet situation improving today, and flying to pick up soon. CWR.keeoing me happy just now. Volumes increasing dtg so hoping share price follows.
tongosti: Contrary to most doom and gloom on the state of underlying industry - the share price is holding remarkably well. On the exact day we crossed £10 mark, I left a not here mentioning 700p as the potential lower boundary. The uptrend is still intact - the only scenario where I can see DTG head meaningfully South is ir wider markets do so. Absent that, the path of least resistance is then up not down. Let the rookies hear!
skanjete2: Well, if you experience a health issue like you have, it helps to put some things into perspective, like the current share price action of a tour operator. Though I haven't sold or bought a share over the past few months, it seems incredible to me that the current market value is higher than at the Tomas Cook demise. Since that time, with all the losses, the absolute value of the company has suffered, certainly at a the share level with the dilution. This is certainly not reflected in the share price, although it's possible, or even probable that their relative market position has improved v.a.v. competitors. Hard to quantify, though
scaff55: Placing price for ezj must be close to end price today so very similar to dtg. Minuses lawsuit. and if so still showing some good strength in there share price.
tongosti: Gennts - DTG fell below 200 on bankruptcy fears. With those fears now firmly removed (government help + meaningful progress on the Covid front), there is a very small chance we ever see those lows again, anytime soon. I hear one ask whether is there any scenario under which we touch the 200p+ levels again? Naturally, yes (anything is possible in the Universe we live in) is the answer but only if: 1. Covid makes a devastating comeback 2. There is indeed a once-in-our-lifetime economic contraction around the corner waiting Personally, I assign negligible odds to the above. As a result, current DTG pricing is based on: - DTG is the best of the bunch in its sector - With the market fully discounting disaster a few weeks back, DTG is now priced on "expected" 2021 (and beyond) fundamentals (hence any fundamental rationalisation on immediate prospects is misleading) I firmly agree that the odds of DTG seeing £20 anytime soon are fantasy but those who are hoping on us testing 200p+lows (so that they can get back in) have indeed missed the boat and are getting wrong the drivers that underpin DTG's share price. My best guess for the price range (as in the next 6 to 12 months), is anywhere between 700p-1300p. Anything above the top of that range will indeed require a materialisation of fundamentals re-asserting themselves again. And that, would be for 2021 and beyond. GLA P.S. No business model is rock solid when price ranges fluctuate -90% to +400% in under a few weeks. With the exception of top notch sovereign debt (caveat - no major inflation in the future otherwise this is tapioca as well), EVERYTHING else is speculation in this game. The most recent fluctuations in the market provide the ultimate proof (to those who keep an open mind and decide to show far more respect to Mr Market than the average Joe typically does) . DTG share price fluctuations made bitcoin look a respectable investment over the last few weeks, think we can all agree on that don't we
32campomar: RNS says Assumed gross proceeds on NO LESS than ?170 million..This is very interesting. 150 million shares in issue, 20% is 30 million new shares. So company are assuming share price of ?5.67. I presume therefore they have had offers no less than that price in their discussions. And it leaves open the prospect of a higher strike price.
32campomar: RNS says Assumed gross proceeds on NO LESS than £170 million..This is very interesting. 150 million shares in issue, 20% is 30 million new shares. So company are assuming share price of £5.67. I presume therefore they have had offers no less than that price in their discussions. And it leaves open the prospect of a higher strike price.
spob: DTG share price - lower lows and lower lows and lower lows ...............
sogoesit: Has opportunity come knocking? Insiders start buying. This from sharesmag today: QUOTE Airlines are among the companies which have been hardest hit by the coronavirus outbreak, with many lining up to warn about how the big drop in the number of people traveling will hit profits. Their share prices have responded accordingly, plummeting as investors seek out less risky stocks to protect their capital. Given how many airlines are cancelling flights and reducing capacity, and given how many countries are starting to issue travel bans – the latest being Donald Trump's banning travel from 26 European countries to the US – you might think this would be the perfect time to sell. Apparently not, if trades by some company directors are anything to go by. One of today's big fallers is British Airways owner International Consolidated Airlines (IAG), down over 9% to 359p as most of its airlines ply transatlantic routes from Europe to the US. Yet Javier Sanchez-Prieto, chairman of chief executive of IAG's Spanish budget airline Vueling, bought 70,000 of the company's Madrid-listed shares this week at €4.60 each, for a total of €322,000. Javier Ferrán, a non-executive director at IAG who is also chairman of drinks giant Diageo (DGE), bought 85,900 shares at €4.67 each, worth just over €400,000. IAG shares have tumbled significantly since the coronavirus outbreak worsened, having began the year around the 630p mark while the Spanish-listed shares traded at €7.70 in January. Meanhile the boss of low-cost Hungarian airline Wizz Air (WIZZ), Jozsef Varadi, has bought 20,000 shares at £32.16 each, for a total sum of £643,200. Wizz Air is another carier whose shares have dropped sharply since the start of the year, when its share price almost touched £45. Away from the airlines, Melrose Industries (MRO) executive vice chairman and co-founder David Roper used a dip in the company's share price to snap up over 540,000 shares at around 183p each, in a transaction totaling just under £1m. Turnaround specialist Melrose, which buys underperforming manufacturers, improves them then sells them on, reported strong full year results last week with strong growth in revenue and profit. But that hasn't been enough for it to avoid being caught up in the market sell-off, with its share price dropping to 155p today against 245p a month earlier. Some big sellers this week include bosses at mining giant Anglo American (AAL). Chief executive Mark Cutifani sold over 200,000 shares at £19.42 each for a total of almost £4m, while technical director Tony O'Neill offloaded over 127,000 shares at the same price, netting just under £2.5m. Both sold shares for tax reasons. UNQUOTE
joe king1: DTG share price is built on WET Sand. The sand is slowly Drying out
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