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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
  31.00 2.6% 1,225.00 1,228.00 1,231.00 1,232.00 1,189.00 1,232.00 72,799 16:35:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 3,898.4 -0.2 -66.5 - 529

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/8/2012
09:14
For me its a good time to top up before the results on the 6th September !!!
trt
21/8/2012
20:43
OOOOPS, still does'nt like popping it's head over 13 quid.
bunnji
21/8/2012
09:20
Southeastern announces 7.7 million passenger journeys made during London 2012 Olympic Games 16 August 2012 Southeastern announced this week that more than 7.7 million passenger journeys were made on its services during the London 2012 Olympic Games. Approximately 1.4 million of those passenger journeys were made on the JavelinĀ® service. This is a 20 percent increase on the number of people travelling at the same time last year. Full year results 6th September 2012
trt
20/8/2012
12:26
I wouldn't think so - money is key to the treasury ! GOG looking good for the Thameslink franchise IMHO
trt
20/8/2012
11:51
trt - do you think First Group success on the West Coast line, will have any impact on future franchise awards?
phil140158
20/8/2012
11:04
Moving up slowly but surely these days !!
trt
21/6/2012
16:37
Yes very solid.
trt
21/6/2012
11:38
Seems pretty good.
gorse
15/6/2012
18:45
Well, that's a pleasant surprise on coming in from work. Any one any ideas as to why the share price is perking up? Can't be the state of the economy!
phil140158
03/6/2012
21:01
.....LOL.....
bunnji
01/6/2012
08:29
Its not just about the share price, for me its also very importantly the dividends - thats income no matter what.The share price will recover no one is here to make a quick buck - not these days. Income is key !!
trt
31/5/2012
13:34
you and your top ups seem to be the kiss of death for GOG trt - when I look at that chart over the last year it makes me feel quite queasy - a 40% fall - it is actally my worst performing share (by a long way thankfully)!
artibee
31/5/2012
08:40
Just grabbed a few more can't resist at this price - so looking forward to the final dividend payout in November its going to be a bumper one !!!
trt
22/5/2012
21:25
artibee Deserves a small tick up, olympics have been priced into this for two years plus, as anyone can see. Regardless of peeps bleating on about the divi, Franchises and acquisitions are key at the mo, the former sadly lacking, gla.
bunnji
22/5/2012
17:04
surely we are due a bounce soon!
artibee
19/5/2012
22:11
GO-AHEAD ON RIGHT ROAD TO MEET EXPECTATIONS Bus and trains operator Go-Ahead Group reported a solid first quarter, with growth seen in both parts of the business, leaving it on track to meet full year expectations. Outside London, the company's year-to-date revenue, excluding acquisitions, increased by around 4%, with passenger numbers up by around 3%, although a recent weaker concessionary performance offset stronger growth in fare-paying passengers. In London, year-to-date revenue and mileage rose by over 4% and 2%, respectively. In the rail division, Southern achieved growth in passenger revenue of around 9% as passenger journeys rose by more than 2% year-on-year. In the Southeastern division, passenger revenue was up over 10% and passenger journeys increased by almost 2%. London Midland saw strong passenger revenue growth of over 13% with passenger numbers up around 8%. In a statement the company said: "Overall, trading in the third quarter has been solid and, whilst we continue to be cautious about the wider economic outlook, we remain confident that we will deliver a full year result in line with our expectations. Due to recent acquisitions in the group's bus division, year end net debt is expected to be higher than previously anticipated at around £95m. The group seemed sanguine about the debt position, emphasising that it remains in a good financial position with strong cash generation, enabling it to continue churning out the divis while looking for suitable acquisitions. Source: http://www.sharecast.com/cgi-bin/sharecast/story.cgi?story_id=20054694
northernlass
18/5/2012
15:15
Anything in the Stagecoach announcement today stirring up a bit of interest?
phil140158
18/5/2012
12:47
GOG is a safe haven. Price moving up today when everything else is moving down. Can't beat a solid reliable stock like GOG - yield is fantastic !!
trt
17/5/2012
20:58
And down she goes again.... been a long time since i bought anymore of these, still not quite there for me, but getting a lot warmer. gla
bunnji
09/5/2012
17:40
Topped up again today - can't resist at these levels. Just continue to boost my dividend payouts !!!
trt
26/4/2012
21:19
Brokers' Views: - Espirito Santo Investment gives 'Outperform' rating on the stock with a target price of 1600 pence per share - Peel Hunt assings 'Hold' rating on the stock - Jefferies recommends 'Hold' rating with a target price of 1350 pence per share Earnings Outlook: - Charles Stanley estimates the company to report revenues of £2,507.84 million and £2,431.55 million for the FY 2012 and FY 2013 respectively with pre-tax profits (pre-except) of £96.40 million and £90.60 million. Earnings per share are projected at 136.62 for FY 2012 and 132.16 for FY 2013. - Espirito Santo Investment projects the company to record revenues of £2,206 million for the FY 2012 and £2,276 million for the FY 2013 with pre-tax profits (pre-except) of £95 million and £99 million respectively. Profit per share is estimated at 143.40 pence and 149.30 pence for the same periods. - Peel Hunt expects Go-Ahead to earn revenues of £2,347.90 million for the FY 2012 and £2,445.80 million for the FY 2013 with pre-tax profits of £94.40 million and £98.10 million respectively. EPS is projected at 144.80 pence per share for FY 2012 and 146.90 pence per share for FY 2013.
trt
26/4/2012
12:56
Looks decent enough but not jumping in as the market does not seem very interested. I will watch it for the next few days and if there appears to be a change of share price direction then I will get on board. (No pun intended)
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