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
  -1.30p -1.51% 84.70p 84.95p 85.05p 86.85p 84.10p 86.65p 1,930,938 16:35:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 6,398.4 -326.9 -24.6 - 1,361.78

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
05/8/2014
21:41
every small and mid cap stock i know has had the same Chart pattern in recent weeks. so it's not stock specific in my opinion (unless the market thinks there will be fewer bus rides due to sanctions on Russia)
dealy
05/8/2014
17:11
Its because its heading for my buy target at 9p,7p & 5p respectively...now that most of the sheep have been trapped in this whilst it was looking stable at 1.30'ish, watch out for the crash, bang, whollop towards 70p..then 9p...Sheila told me last night. Sensible comments appreciated Sanksalot
sanks
05/8/2014
16:00
Yes the price is down to allow a big buyer to get in at 120 then we will see a rapid return to 145 possibly bouncing off if twice before hitting 170 Don't worry my friend there is plenty opportunity to make money from this in the very near futurePs in chart terms we have hit double bottom around the 120 mark
specul82
05/8/2014
14:03
the share price down to 120 p, any news? why? thanks.
ukwang
20/7/2014
08:11
No. http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2014/jul/20/labour-party-overhaul-failed-railways
zulu001
19/7/2014
14:57
Hong Kong MTR company have won running Cross Rail, wouldn't they like to buy FGP with the proceeds?????
robertfaulkner
18/7/2014
08:43
1 million extra passengers in the next four weeks on firstscotrail and firstbus due to the commonwealth games Should add a nice bonus to the profits this quarter
specul82
14/7/2014
06:32
Co has turned down pressure from activists to sell off US operations They see break up value it seems
value viper
13/7/2014
19:58
First Group's shares have gone nowhere this year and are unlikely to rev up from here, Danny...Today, 7:55 PMhttp://bit.ly/1hAMc5m
21traader
10/7/2014
08:51
bought these, 145p target
value viper
09/7/2014
10:43
Sheila told me to wait...she said the trains are heading for 9p Hope this is helping cos it looks ready to test that 81p again Sanksalot
sanks
15/6/2014
14:39
From Sunday Times today H K billionaire Li Ka Shing buyout company Cheung Kong Infrastructure is thinking of buying Porterbrook a UK railway rolling stock giant. Set up in '94 at the start of Tory privatisation of the railways and received 1/3 of all the trains in service Lets hope they want FGP as well, imagine the share price if even a bid was talked about
robertfaulkner
14/6/2014
07:35
140p seems the sticking point Twice this month it's tried to get through it and retraced Is it big limit sells around 140p that keep sending it down?
robertfaulkner
02/6/2014
17:23
I'm still waiting for 9p before i put my cajones on the table
sanks
30/5/2014
09:33
hTTp://www.trustnet.com/News/513251/uk-equity-income-funds-surge-to-record-inflows/
sawadee3
30/5/2014
08:26
Interesting. I wouldn't have considered FGP very defensive of late. Things are looking up then.
slaterlpj
29/5/2014
14:59
slater, not company specific, just money rotating into defensive sectors. Oversold Asian equities/emerging markets looking favourable once again too ;-)
sawadee3
29/5/2014
09:02
Loosing franchise contracts, and yet the share price is climbing. Anybody know what's happening? Has it been tipped, is there a bid rumour, or what?
slaterlpj
27/5/2014
09:08
I have a high today of 141.7 (mid) at 8:22 still up 2.33% + 3.2p at 139.55p Looking good, I'm out at 148.7p, if it gets there(limit order)
robertfaulkner
23/5/2014
16:16
Could there be some lovely money to be made before contract ends as no investment needed and slimmed down staff might make the new company take it over early and pay a huge fee to FGP????? It's actually up a couple of p now
robertfaulkner
23/5/2014
13:13
I think that is what the market is thinking.....better without it, rather than cut your own throat.But disappointing, not sure how much of an impact going forward.
hippo
23/5/2014
13:08
FGP loses thames link franchise and after a bigish drop it has almost recovered?? Could it be any lower bid would have lost money for SH, so better to be out?
robertfaulkner
23/5/2014
11:24
http://www.theguardian.com/business/2014/may/23/firstgroup-loses-thameslink-franchise-go-ahead-joint-venture
miata
21/5/2014
13:11
I agree Slater, better to have better profits now than pay out a div and as you say have the share price drop by div on ex div.
robertfaulkner
21/5/2014
12:20
If the share price is recovering with a "no divi" announcement, that's better than a recovery that would fall away as soon as it went Ex dividend. But it still falls short of the pre/post rights issue announcents, to reinstate the dividend. This 'recovery' could take some time I think, and there's many a slip twixt cup and decent profits.
slaterlpj
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