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
  -0.25p -0.30% 83.40p 83.15p 83.20p 85.35p 81.55p 82.00p 3,438,120 16:35:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 5,653.3 -36.5 9.3 9.0 1,340.88

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24/2/201823:03First Group......nice div yld at 4.41%4,032
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FirstGroup Daily Update: FirstGroup is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FGP. The last closing price for FirstGroup was 83.65p.
FirstGroup has a 4 week average price of 81.55p and a 12 week average price of 81.55p.
The 1 year high share price is 154.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 81.55p.
There are currently 1,607,769,527 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 4,446,051 shares. The market capitalisation of FirstGroup is £1,340,879,785.52.
hmkwan: now share price is 107---108 p. maybe buy ? any comm, please.
hmkwan: trade data show,share price move 1-5 p at 2 months. but noted that more "O" trade are display " sell"? maybe inside knew some thing? so waiting to news....
alokarya: Bought some back at 114p. Hope West Face Capital pushes for some changes to get the share price moving.
pyueck: Alokarya. What is the point in your post, nobody knows what the share price will do? Give a big pinch of salt to anybody that says they do.
pyueck: The results on the 1 June will be interesting to see if there has been an uptick in performance to justify the share price rise. New franchise could be good or bad, but at least it allows analysts to paint a good story of things turning round. I think FGP have a good chance of winning more with their Trenitalia tie-ups, again if winning these would be a good or a bad thing time will tell. High cost debt will gradually be rolling off from next year which should have a pretty big impact on profitability if refinanced at lower rates. This is not new information though so doubt realisation of this is suddenly impacting shareprice. Maybe something else is afoot, a floating or sale of their US business, who knows? A resumption in dividend, it's possible I guess but would still prefer the company to focus on paying down debt and increasing margins. Or maybe the results will do FGP's usually trick of disappointing and we will look back and wish we sold at these heady levels!
pyueck: Until the market has any confidence of this company delivering on any of its promises the share price will struggle. The directors must think investors have memories like sieves. We were promised: - Dividends to rise in line with inflation - Then after rights issue £50m dividend first year and then 2-2.5 times cover going forward - capital spending to peak in ye 2016, it didn't it is still rising - margins to be in double figures in medium term (2013 strategy). We are nowhere near and it's 2017. - the rubbish that we have been flogged about the fall in their biggest cost fuel being the reason for greyhounds problems. It's not, it's cheaper competitors like megabus offering as good/better service at lower costs. I still think at some point this stock could come good. The fundamentals are still pretty solid, if the could just improve margins a bit and if they could negotiate lower interest on bonds this could fly. However in my experience there are some companies that just have a habit of continually disappointing and this is one. The results are usually a catalogue of excuses, low fuel, snow, traffic, rain, strikes, unhappy drivers, not enough drivers etc etc. I guess the company is large and every year some things will go wrong but that should just be business as usual not an annual reason as to why they have missed all their targets. Yet still the directors have done very nicely out of this all....
robertfaulkner: MTR Hong Kong could buy FGP with loose change especially at these low share price My wife is from HK, becoming a nurse here in the 60s. Now we are retired, we spend a couple of months every year in Hong Kong The MTR is like our tube only much quieter, twice the width and twice a long. Any time of the day the 6 or 7 lines are always full, the fares are really cheap by UK standards
bugle4: FirstGroup plc 64.7% Potential Upside Indicated by JP Morgan Cazenove Posted by: Ruth Bannister 13th November 2015 FirstGroup plc with EPIC/TICKER LON:FGP had its stock rating noted as ‘Retains’ with the recommendation being set at ‘OVERWEIGHT’ this morning by analysts at JP Morgan Cazenove. FirstGroup plc are listed in the Consumer Services sector within UK Main Market. JP Morgan Cazenove have set their target price at 165 GBX on its stock. This now indicates the analyst believes there is a possible upside of 64.7% from today’s opening price of 100.2 GBX. Over the last 30 and 90 trading days the company share price has decreased 0.6 points and decreased 17.6 points respectively.
bottomfisher: The weakness of FirstGroup’s share price over the last year, in the face of sharply falling oil prices which one would think would be good news for a global transportation group, is a mystery to me. However, one potential bit of good news is last week’s appointment of Matthew Gregory, 45, as FGP’s new finance director. He replaces Chris Surch, 54, whose decision to leave FGP after just three years had made me a tad nervous. Gregory has been poached from Essentra, a global plastic, fibre, foam and packaging products group. Essentra, which used to be known as Filtrona, might not be a household name, but its market cap is nearly twice that of FGP and its share price performance has been far superior. Judging by the comments of Jeff Harris, Essentra’s chairman, and Colin Day, Essentra’s CEO, Gregory has done a good job and they are sorry to lose him after 12 years. The fact that Gregory appears to be taking a substantial cut in salary to join FGP suggests that he, at least, believes in the FGP recovery story and its ability to deliver “sustainable growth with good financial returns”.
robertfaulkner: Cap of inflation only rise in rail fairs(instead of RPI + 1%) announced today by Gov will not help FGP share price Perhaps it would be better not to win Scotrail??????
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