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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Go-ahead Group Plc LSE:GOG London Ordinary Share GB0003753778 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  2.50 0.29% 865.50 868.00 874.00 898.50 859.50 877.00 91,155 16:35:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 3,898.4 -0.2 -66.5 - 374

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23/2/2011
17:40
Big rise before the close - bid ?? IMHO
keran
22/2/2011
08:08
I would expect a positive article in this weeks Shares Mag ( out Thursday )after such fab Interim results. Any BUY rec will surely boost the share price even further IMHO Glad I am on board already
trt
21/2/2011
15:56
Grabbed a few more on the slight dip - fab !!!
trt
21/2/2011
14:26
Broker Nomura target price for GOG now £17.75
trt
21/2/2011
12:47
Chart says next stop £15.20 !!!
trt
21/2/2011
07:59
Sunday Telegraph Bus and rail operator Go-Ahead Group (1408p) reported record numbers of passengers in its interim results, leading to an upgrade to full-year expectations. The shares are yielding a prospective 5% in the current year, rising to a very attractive 5.8% in 2012. Revenues in the six months to December increased by 6% to £1.13bn, primarily due to like-for-like passenger revenue growth of 7% in bus and 9.1% in rail. Pre-tax profits rose to £50.7m from £50m. The group also said that it had secured a £275m credit line to refinance an existing facility, giving it the firepower to make any acquisitions. Net debt was also down. The shares are trading on a June 2011 earnings multiple of 12.3 times, falling to 11.6 in 2012, which looks attractive. Buy.
trt
19/2/2011
20:52
Interesting comment in the Independent this morning: The blue-chip index may have dipped yesterday, but investors might have a flurry of deals to look forward to in the coming months as analysts predicted that 2011 could be a bumper year for mergers and acquisitions (M&A). Saying that there is "cash to burn", analysts from Citigroup commented that "everything is in place for the corporate sector to raise debt and spend money" and that it expects "increasing levels of corporate action over the coming 12 to 18 months". In a similarly bullish mood was Charles Stanley, which – focusing on the FTSE 250 – said that "2011 is shaping up to mirror 2005 and 2006, the last great periods of mid-cap M&A". Go-Ahead was highlighted as another possible bid target, with both SNCF and Stagecoach mentioned as potential suitors. The transport group shot up 92p to 1,408p after it released interim results in which it raised its profit forecasts.
trt
18/2/2011
16:14
GOG will probably get some good press comment over the weekend so could well see the market makers hiking up the share price from the opening on Monday IMHO Glad I am on board already
trt
18/2/2011
13:55
Upgrades coming thick and fast now
trt
18/2/2011
13:29
http://www.my-share.co.uk/Broker-notes-February-2011/broker-notes-february-2011.html Broker upgrade
nellie1973
18/2/2011
12:13
I dont get bored only excited just to sit back and watch a rising share price and hefty dividend payment land in my account twice a year.
trt
18/2/2011
11:44
sorry bored ;-) joe
jussyman
18/2/2011
10:37
Aye looking good, at that trend line target now. I have reduced my target slightly to 1511.
enami
18/2/2011
10:34
Solid gains now - may hit £16 sooner than I thought
trt
18/2/2011
08:36
Enami, Chart suggests £15.23 share price, not far off the latest broker target price of £16 - nice upside from current level
trt
18/2/2011
08:24
Excellent results. Upside break from pennant - target 1523 if can get past trend line and November high at 1404. WEEKLY CHART
enami
18/2/2011
08:04
Market loves the results share price is soaring - £14.50 at the close today ???? Can't wait for the broker upgrades to push the share price even higher no doubt !!
trt
18/2/2011
07:30
Go-Ahead raises full year guidance By John Harrington Fri 18 Feb 2011 GOG - Go-Ahead Group LONDON (SHARECAST) - More people are leaving their cars at home and taking the bus, according to Keith Ludeman, the chief executive of public transport group Go-Ahead. "Whilst rail remains difficult to predict, we now expect our full year operating profit across our rail and bus businesses to be higher than we previously anticipated and around the same as achieved last year (FY'10: £101.0m)." Ludeman said. The group saw revenue rise 6.0% at the interim stage to £1,132.2m from £1,068.4m in the second half of 2009. "Like-for-like passenger numbers increased by 1.7% to well over one billion per annum. Our bus operating profit is at record levels and is a strong indication of people leaving their cars at home and taking the bus," said Ludeman. Profit before tax in the six months to 1 January 2010 edged up 1.4% to £50.7m from £50.0m the year before. Underlying profit was slightly ahead of management's expectations at £59.0m, up 8.9% from £54.2m in the latter half of 2009, despite the 2010 period being one week shorter than the 2009 period. Net debt fell to £71.6m at the end of the reporting period from £88.3m at 3 July 2010. The bus division saw revenue rise to £320.6m from £314.3m, while operating profit climbed to £36.9m from £34.3m. Operating margin improved to 11.5% from 10.9%. The rail division's revenue rose to £811.6m from £754.1m. Underlying operating revenue jumped to £22.1m from £19.9m, while the margin ticked up to 2.7% from 2.6%. The group expects first half rail revenue growth trends to continue in the second half.
trt
18/2/2011
07:28
Excellent results yet again !!
trt
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