Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Eddie Stobart LSE:ESL London Ordinary Share GB00BD8QVC95 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 159.00p 158.00p 160.00p 159.00p 159.00p 159.00p 16,269 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials - - - - 569.09

Eddie Stobart Share Discussion Threads

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11/8/2017
10:04
Consensus forecast for dividend (taken from the FT) is 5.55 (2017) followed by 6.35p (2018). OK. So there are a few of us here, good. Sometimes found myself on my own.
minerve
11/8/2017
10:02
At some point they'll declare their maiden dividend. That should be a positive unless it's not very much.
finkwot
11/8/2017
08:25
Interim results 31 august so I'm waiting till then to see if they give share price a bit of a push upwards.
lozzer69
10/8/2017
21:07
My target 185-190 . Patience.
clash1965
10/8/2017
10:05
Yep. Slow progress so far. One for the patient...
edmate
08/8/2017
15:48
Anyone actually following this or not?
minerve
12/7/2017
07:53
Dunno, round about now?
zangdook
10/7/2017
09:30
Does anyone know when we might see a trading update?
lozzer69
15/5/2017
23:46
back under the float soon enuf
opodio
05/5/2017
13:57
Has Eddie Stobart just been re-listed?
arf dysg
28/4/2017
07:17
Supply chain firms feeling the pinch, says Begbies Traynor 18 April 2017 | 07:17am StockMarketWire.com - Britain's vital supply chain firms are starting to feel the pinch, with more companies showing increased signs of stress, according to new research from insolvency firm, Begbies Traynor. Its latest Red Flag Alert showed that in the first quarter levels of 'Significant' financial distress within key sectors of the UK supply chain had risen by 26% on average over the past year following increased cost pressures from rising inflation in both fuel and food prices. It said this followed the news that UK inflation rose to 2.3% in March, its highest level since September 2013, with transport costs being the biggest contributor, increasing 6.6% over the past 12 months. Of all the sectors covered by the research, Industrial Transportation & Logistics businesses experienced the largest increase in 'Significant' distress, up 46% year-on-year (Q1 2017: 7,539 companies), with a 16% increase in the Wholesale sector (Q1 2017: 7,706 companies) and a 15% increase in the Food & Beverage Manufacturing sector (Q1 2017: 6,405 companies). It said: "Worryingly, these negative findings are yet to reflect the recent increase to the National Living Wage that came into effect on 1 April 2017, which is likely to add even more pressure to the margins of these key sectors in the UK supply chain, which have a relatively high reliance on lower paid and temporary workers." Begbies Traynor partner Julie Palmer said: "Levels of financial distress have increased significantly over the past year, and nowhere more so than in the Transportation and Logistics sector, which continues to be severely hit by ongoing fuel price inflation. "Given the scale of the increases in distress during Q1, it would appear that food suppliers, logistics firms and wholesalers are yet to fully pass on these rising costs to their customers. "But it is only a matter of time before we start to see this coming through, especially given the added margin pressures associated with the new National Living Wage. "Once those costs ultimately feed through to consumers, we'd expect further pressure on sectors exposed to discretionary spending such as retail, bars and restaurants, travel and leisure." Executive chairman Ric Traynor added: "These figures show that rising energy and food prices, combined with the devaluation of sterling, have undoubtedly put a strain on the much of the UK's supply chain. "As we wait to see what a future UK trade agreement with Europe might look like, these suppliers face continued uncertainty, not just in terms of their European distribution channels but also with regards to staffing, given their higher reliance on European migrant workers. "It is clear that UK suppliers, wholesalers and manufacturers can't afford to adopt a 'wait and see' approach - they'll need to rapidly invest to improve their efficiency or renegotiate prices with customers to avoid the risk of falling into more severe financial distress in the coming months."
opodio
26/4/2017
07:43
i wouldnt touch it with yours
rubberbullets
25/4/2017
07:18
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