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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Firstgroup Plc LSE:FGP London Ordinary Share GB0003452173 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.20 -3.4% 34.10 34.10 34.20 36.10 33.52 35.02 5,548,523 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 7,754.6 -299.6 -27.0 - 550

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/7/2020
17:17
This will be double the price by December Only a matter of time before American Disposal.
the canadian mounted
22/7/2020
10:22
Very very cheap!
the canadian mounted
22/7/2020
10:00
These were £8.50 12 years ago Once the yank side is disposed of I can see £1 plus again.
the canadian mounted
21/7/2020
08:37
So if the world isn't coming to an end these shares are cheap, right?
dealy
18/7/2020
09:27
What kind of reply is that you nob. Is it becos you have level 4 nob inside your rear end?..or is it becos your a genuine nob that has no respect for folk who can't speak or write like you? Sensible comments appreciated you Sheepshagging minjsniffer Sanks..genuinely looking to put my nob on the table with a level 4 target of £2.70 once they've sold out of the US
sanks
17/7/2020
19:16
Can anyone translate that last comment into English please?
hodhasharon
17/7/2020
14:12
when they raise funds they should offer via PrimaryBid and safe the massive broker fees of rights issue.
rumobejo
17/7/2020
13:35
hxxps://news.sky.com/story/coronavirus-firstgroup-warns-of-material-uncertainty-over-its-future-12024022 placing at 10p should sort them out, they just need to get it done before things turn ugly!
rumobejo
16/7/2020
17:04
The 10 analysts offering 12 month price targets for FirstGroup plc have a median target of 75.00, with a high estimate of 124.00 and a low estimate of 50.00. The median estimate represents a 116.89% increase from the last price of 34.58.
brownbear3
16/7/2020
16:23
Super news. Will start to build a position now there is some clarity.
stalker_boy
16/7/2020
16:04
Coronavirus: Boris Johnson to RELAX train and bus restrictions https://mol.im/a/8529383
brownbear3
12/7/2020
17:33
Public transport is exactly that To draw people away from the one car one driver scenario.a six month virus is not going to radically change workers travel habits.come back to me in six months time and tell me everyone is working from home and playing with their children then
the canadian mounted
12/7/2020
17:20
Did I say that transport has no purpose? No. However, I think we will see significantly less passenger numbers on main train routes in future. FGP's trains are going to city centres, carrying primarily white-collar service-sector/finance/tech workers who can afford the exorbitant ticket prices. People who work in other sectors (e.g.: manufacturing, education and agriculture) typically work locally to where they live, or are taking the car/bus to the factory/school where they work. That's my analysis, and why I'm not invested in FGP.
kmreid
12/7/2020
16:53
Nonsense you’re talking purely of office workers and what percentage of the working population is that?there would be a domino effect on employment if everyone stayed at home.its fact transport has always had a purpose in supporting the working population
the canadian mounted
12/7/2020
16:34
Lazy people will be lazy in the office or at home. Sitting blabbering in a meeting room isn't "effort". WFH makes employees happier and more productive because they: are less tired, have more money, spend more time with their kids. WFH also saves employers money because they don't have to rent massive expensive office buildings. It's a win-win all round, and technophobe boomer employers have finally realised it. Get on board or get left behind.
kmreid
12/7/2020
14:36
Working from home won’t last You don’t get anywhere near the effort You would get in a working environment Undervalued
the canadian mounted
12/7/2020
14:11
Who are they transporting, volumes will pick up, but they will not be anything near pre covid as people work from home. Goverment subsidiaries aren't going to last forever or be as generous. Depends how you value the assets - future cash flows / returns on their assets are likely to subdued.
waikenchan
11/7/2020
21:01
It’s fundamentals are it’s ability to Service the public needs in way of providing transportation. It’s assets outweigh its debt
the canadian mounted
11/7/2020
17:32
The market doesn't act on fundamentals,only sentiment. Unfortunately for first group it has practically neither going for these days.
waikenchan
10/7/2020
21:21
Net assets 97p a share once North American Business disposal. No brainier really
the canadian mounted
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