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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -15.00 -2.51% 583.00 14,757 10:15:39
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
572.50 583.00 600.00 572.50 600.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 3,807.10 97.00 136.80 4.3 252
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
10:15:39 AT 526 583.00 GBX

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Go-ahead Daily Update: Go-ahead Group Plc is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GOG. The last closing price for Go-ahead was 598p.
Go-ahead Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 560p and a 12 week average price of 560p.
The 1 year high share price is 2,304p while the 1 year low share price is currently 390.20p.
There are currently 43,177,390 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 363,589 shares. The market capitalisation of Go-ahead Group Plc is £250,428,862.
shiftypete: This isn't new, Since 1 April 2020 Southeastern (also most other TOC's as well). have been operating under an 'Emergency Measures Agreement' where the Department for Transport has taken on the cost and revenue risk involved in running the railway. Southern will continue to manage its patch under the direct award contract until 16 October 2021, with the option to extend 31 March 2022. Surely if the government is taking the revenue risk I'm wondering why the share price continues to drop.
linton5: Well done gog on another contract win doing really well but not on the share price,will get back in on next drop I think. Really good company this
dl6789: What do you guys make of the CFO's departure? Odd that he would leave a "strong" company for one that has been on a downtrend for the last 3 years. But I'm surprised the share price opened up this morning.
linton5: Amazing the board remains confident results will be in line with expectatations and a robust balance sheet so share price has dropped £5 since- work that one out 🤔
justiceforthemany: I understand management and the board are miffed and puzzled by the extreme fall in share price that was totally unwarranted. Standard Life increasing their stake I see. The answer to the extreme falls? Polar Capital and JP Morgan manipulating the stock and driving it down to increase their own profits. The dive to 1445p was HIGHLY SUSPICIOUS and MANIPULATION of the HIGHEST ORDER.
neilrich: Operating profit for the Bus division alone was 90 million, at the current share price we're effectively getting the rail division for free. To my mind, the issues with the rail division are already priced in to the current share price. At 1565p I'm effectively purchasing a profitable bus company with the rail division thrown in for free. The rail division is no basket case, they've had some on going issues and margins are tight, they've lost an important UK contract, but they've gained an additional German contract. Hopefully some better news in the year ahead.
barnesian: 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: 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.
jakes114: This is a dull board is there no one with some comments on this company I bought in on the thought of lower fuel costs and since then the share price has dropped with just a handful of shares traded looking back the long term trend has been good plus a reasonable yield Ideas anyone Jakes
phil140158: Hi Bunnji, good to see someone else is watching GOG. Yep - still got all mine. Sitting on a 40% plus gain on the share price, plus the dividends, so done well. Tested £19 today and pulled back, so maybe that'll be the top. Watch and hold for now I think.
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