Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
FirstGroup 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
  +0.75p +0.82% 91.95p 91.80p 91.90p 93.10p 91.20p 91.95p 1,792,290 16:35:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 6,398.4 -326.9 -24.6 - 1,478.34

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10/8/2018
08:42
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tonytaxi
18/7/2018
14:18
About time they got round to some of the long standing management issues and delivering value. I hope all appropriate means to mobilising inherent value might include break up or sale of the company. Not sure if they have got the bottle.
engineer66
18/7/2018
13:52
So it seems that today's rise, and yesterday's is based on the suggestion at yesterday's AGM that they are "progressing" with the sale of Greyhound, is that right? Only another 9p and one of my purchases will be in profit, not holding my breath. Andy
andyalan10
17/7/2018
11:30
"Deliver shareholder value in a sustainable way"Any translations ?
tonybaloni
29/6/2018
11:52
Bargain Bob. Please desist.
bit thick
11/6/2018
12:09
alfaetrin, All you have to do is incognito buy a Greyhound roving ticket on the East Coast of the USA and you will realise within a few hours what's wrong. It's quite plain that no one from management has done this, and equally plain that they disdain their own customers. A great brand, and icon of working America, just about destroyed by what looks and feels like arrogant incompetence. It's probably just as well that the passengers don't know that it's owned by a bunch of clueless brits. I imagine that when they took it over they just went to town with the cost cutting knife, that's what it looks and feels like. Perhaps they can't tell the difference between bathwater and a baby?
lefrene
11/6/2018
10:14
Come on the the Italians or Apollo make a half decent bid and you have got this for a steal
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09/6/2018
19:09
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bargainbob
09/6/2018
10:52
Just bought in @ 88p for a bit of a punt. I'm hoping that Greyhound will finally be given some management attention. Another bid should see a good lif too. Still plenty of downside, though.
alfaetrin
08/6/2018
16:17
I'm still watching, fgp might be a worth a punt near 80p(small amount)
wipo1
07/6/2018
13:21
More buyers than sellers wonder when the next bid will be
specul82
01/6/2018
14:34
Another 20k
tsmith2
01/6/2018
08:24
Director bought 30k
tsmith2
01/6/2018
08:10
Gauging by today's move...that was a seller seen off
tsmith2
31/5/2018
16:38
Nearly 2.7m @ 89.8p - wow, someone wants out of these ! Bought in today at 92.4, see what tomorrow brings
tonybaloni
31/5/2018
10:25
Take a trip on a Greyhound bus, you'll realise how out of touch the management is!
lefrene
31/5/2018
10:09
Yes but cracking impairment on Greyhound. Not wholly surprising.
engineer66
31/5/2018
09:18
Must admit I thought Tim o'Toole departing would cause a rise in the share price rather than a fall. So I've topped up.
andyalan10
31/5/2018
09:02
Surely a good opportunity for a bidder to get it for 15p less than yesterday.
rburtn
17/4/2018
11:01
Thx salty . We’ll see .
ccr1958
17/4/2018
10:24
The market priced the assets / liabilities at about 80p so £1.40 would be a reasonable premium. Salty
saltaire111
17/4/2018
08:50
Just bought in for a punt , I think FGP is cheap at 140p for a takeover. Jut my opinion !
ccr1958
15/4/2018
14:40
£1.40 - they were more than that the middle of last year. A little more would be nice but the current management have not made much of these assets.
hazelton
14/4/2018
22:45
I suspect the take-out price will have to be about £1.40 a share or the institutions will hold on? Thoughts? Salty
saltaire111
13/4/2018
14:39
Engineer66, It's a few years back now (5), but I was appalled at the total indifference shown to passengers using the Greyhound network, no attempt to build goodwill, indeed quite the opposite, people vocally complaining that the only reason they were using it was because there was no alternative operator. Not only this destruction of goodwill but plain and obvious opportunities to cross-sell (food, drink, entertainment etc) were just being thrown away. I could only conclude that no director of FGP had ever walked into a Greyhound depot and bought a spot ticket. There appeared to be no management whatsoever it was simply left to drivers to triage loads as best they could, I saw this in Boston and New York where there are high numbers of passengers at these interchanges. The drivers did a good job even if it meant moving bus three times in New York before the best solution was found. If they can't run buses sensibly, I wouldn't want to know how they muddle through with the trains. Just about anybody with a sense of detail and able to put themselves in the customers shoes could do a better job, a bunch of Girl Guides would likely do a much better job! And no expense accounts or company cars either! Apollo will likely be a sharper crew, but how mean are they? A case of waiting to see the deal they have offered.
lefrene
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