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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
  +44.00p +2.47% 1,827.00p 1,797.00p 1,820.00p 1,827.00p 1,827.00p 1,827.00p 10 08:01:52
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 3,461.5 145.7 207.2 8.8 787.90

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/3/2017
12:58
That purchase maybe foiled a further drop,good timing eh
linton5
10/3/2017
10:07
Might not be long to wait! Or you might wait forever. RNS 10:35 10th March CEO has just bought £50,000 worth of shares at £17.26 each. I assume he knows what he is doing.
barnesian
10/3/2017
09:33
I'm waiting for 1565 resistance on the weekly chart
linton5
10/3/2017
08:14
Managed to buy first thing this morning at 1717.8p. I feel at that price there is more upside to downside but who knows!
barnesian
08/3/2017
10:45
Investors have fallen out of love with this share for the time being. The next event is the RMT strike planned for 13 March. If the strike goes ahead, sentiment will remain negative. If the strike is called off, sentiment may become positive. I shall watch out for news on negotiations between GTR and RMT between now and next Monday. It will probably be last minute stuff over the weekend so won't be able to trade until markets open on Monday by which time the share price will be moving sharply up or continuing down.
barnesian
07/3/2017
17:14
Perhaps. I do think this fall is an over reaction but it has downward momentum. I'd prefer to buy at 1800 on a rising trend! I'm nursing a loss. Haven't added yet. I plan to buy more but the timing is key. I don't mind missing the bottom.
barnesian
07/3/2017
16:09
bought at 1790 - falling knife?
artibee
07/3/2017
13:49
It's broken through 1800. Not looking good.
barnesian
07/3/2017
10:11
I'm thinking the same thing. It depends whether it breaks through or bounces back off 1800. If it breaks through, it could go down a lot further. If it bounces back, we'll need to be quick. It may test it today.
barnesian
07/3/2017
09:54
maybe I'm a buyer at 1800
artibee
07/3/2017
08:27
The market reaction to the half year results seems overdone to me. Clearly the company is suffering the effects of the continued industrial dispute on GTR but this will be resolved eventually. The effect on rail profit has been about £15m but the market cap has dropped by more than £150m. I see this company as a regulated utility with relatively low growth, solid earnings and cash flow, and a dependable high dividend yield. Forward div yield is now 5.7%. One to tuck away I think before the industrial dispute is settled, when I suspect the share price will snap back up.
barnesian
03/3/2017
14:20
Is it no post updates?
muji1983
21/4/2016
09:22
no comments here on the update- it says meets expectations
ali47fish
24/3/2016
01:57
Going past the Loyang Bus Depot yesterday saw a big red old style double decker inside the perimeter with prominent Go-Ahead advertising and "Hiring Now" all over it. Walked past today but it had gone, so did not get a photo.
sandlab
04/3/2016
23:07
Interesting read, they are worried about the lack of genuine tenders, moreso no new companies stepping up to the breach. DFT willing to accept only two ‘genuine’; bids for franchises Lord Berkeley, who sits on RTM’s editorial board, had asked the department what the minimum number of bids for rail franchises should be to create the “necessary competitive tension to ensure value for money for the travelling public, and in particular whether they consider that three bids is sufficient for that purpose”.In response, transport minister Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon, said: “Whilst the Department for Transport prefer to have three bids for each franchise competition, as was the established practice under the previous government, we are prepared to accept that on occasion, we may only have two genuine bidders.”The reference to the two “genuine”; bidders comes after First Group and Stagecoach were the only companies shortlisted last month to run the next South Western franchise.This news came shortly before the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) released its ‘Reform of the rail franchising programme’ report, which claimed the DfT had made relatively “poor progress” in building up its franchise management capability since the collapse of the Intercity West Coast competition in 2012.The influential group of MPs also noted that the number of bids the DfT receives for franchise competitions has reduced, on average from four to three since the restart of the franchising programme in 2013. And while the department acknowledges the risk that some of the nine transport companies that currently run rail franchises may drop out of the market, it was unclear about how it plans to retain their interest.PAC has recommended the DfT should develop alternatives to its current commercial approach so it is well placed to deliver value for money if market interest falls to a level where intense competition cannot be guaranteed.At the time, Meg Hillier MP, chair of the PAC, said: “We are particularly concerned about the effects of declining competition within the programme.“Our report states that by its own measure, the department requires at least three bids per competition to increase the likelihood of receiving high-quality bids. Yet it was announced that only two companies will compete to run the South Western franchise from June next year.” Saying that, who would'nt be concerned when you have only First Group and Stagecoach as sole bidders on the South Western franchise !!
bunnji
25/2/2016
10:27
Up on good NEX results. Lets hope we can keep it up.
artibee
18/2/2016
10:14
Well, frankly, it's about time we had a bit of a bounce. Will there be benefit from low oil price at some point?
artibee
18/2/2016
08:08
Great results. Certainly the standout performer in the transport sector.
tintin82
06/2/2016
09:51
Why do these shares continue to fall is it the announcement that tfl will take over a large portion of the rail franchise?
dave00123
03/2/2016
08:28
why does this one keep falling
ali47fish
04/12/2015
16:23
Trading Statement on Thursday, all signs point to a belter. Hopefully the good run will continue.
tintin82
03/12/2015
10:28
Great news. Close to a breakout.
tintin82
03/12/2015
10:22
Another good result today,retaining the London Midland line.
bunnji
26/11/2015
14:11
Plenty of good news recently with the German rail and Singapore bus contract wins. Good momentum over the last few months also, hopefully new highs.
tintin82
14/10/2015
20:55
Go-Ahead reportedly well placed to win Singapore bus deal Liberum says winning contract would be good start to expanding away from UK UK bus operator Go-Ahead hopes to expand to Singapore. According to analysts at Jefferies, local press reports suggest two of the original 10 bidders for a second package of bus routes being tendered have dropped out due to quality reasons, with Go-Ahead apparently putting in the lowest priced of the remaining bids. The winner is due to be announced by the end of the year. Jefferies said: Go-Ahead has submitted the lowest priced bid at S$498m (around £232m) for the 5-year contract (with possible two-year extension). That appears to be 6.5% below the low end of the range of competing bids (S$533m-S$631m or around £248m-£294m). Other bidders include Keolis, a joint venture of RATP Dev and Transdev and local competition. Earlier this year, Tower Transit (UK subsidiary of Australia’s Transit Systems Group) won the Bulim contract (the first package of bus routes tendered in Singapore). Its bid was a close third lowest on price, but was assessed to rank best on the combination of quality and price. Singapore’s Land Transport Authority said greater weight had been given to quality. Go-Ahead was the highest bidder in the Bulim process and we assume learnt from the experience. As a group that emphasises quality of product, we assume that with the lowest pitched bid for this second package, it must now be well placed in this contest. The contract being tendered is to operate 25 bus routes from the Loyang bus depot. The government will retain ownership of the buses, infrastructure and fare revenue and the winning operator will be paid to operate the services to specified standards. The contract will begin in the second half of calendar 2016. Crudely assume up to a 10% London margin (Singapore’s bus model is similar), and the Go-Ahead bid may represent up to around £4.6m per annum EBIT opportunity. That compares to [our estimated] group pretax profit at £112m for Go-Ahead in 2016 - so a helpful business to win. But Jefferies said the greater significance of winning the contract would be as a credible start to extending the group beyond its established UK bus and rail activities. Go-Ahead is currently down 14p at £24.56.
bunnji
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