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MCG Mobico Group Plc

50.30
3.04 (6.43%)
24 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Mobico Investors - MCG

Mobico Investors - MCG

Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Mobico Group Plc MCG London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
3.04 6.43% 50.30 16:35:03
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
47.74 47.60 51.40 50.30 47.26
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Industry Sector
HOUSEHOLD GOODS & HOME CONSTRUCTION

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Posted at 24/5/2024 11:34 by ny boy
End of the road here, huge debt pile, no investor interest
Posted at 18/4/2024 11:10 by whites123
Mobico Group PLC
18 April 2024

18th April 2024

MOBICO GROUP PLC

Notice of FY23 Results Presentation

Mobico Group PLC ("Mobico" or "the Company"), a leading international shared mobility provider, announces that it will report its results for the year ended 31 December 2023 on Monday 22nd April 2024. Ignacio Garat, Group Chief Executive Officer, and James Stamp, Group Chief Financial Officer, will host a presentation for analysts and institutional investors at 9:00 a.m. BST.

To join via webcast, please use the following link to register and to join the livestream of the presentation on the day:

hxxps://streamstudio.world-television.com/1355-2498-39357/en



Enquiries



Mobico Group PLC

John Dean, Investor Relations Director

0121 803 2580



Headland

Mobico@headlandconsultancy.com

Stephen Malthouse

Matt Denham

07734 956201

07551 825496
Posted at 18/3/2024 15:34 by winston270
Of course he's going to listen to a small individual investors... looks like we're stuck with another Tim O'Toole style CEO (former FGP CEO)

There is nothing wrong with having Global operations on scale, it was working perfectly fine & the group was top UK listed transport group performer pre-Covid under Dean Finch.
Posted at 04/2/2024 19:47 by navigo
let's consider for a moment how First Group got rid of it's School Run Group :---
it won't be that hard for Mobico to sell their School Run ??

Thursday October 28 2021, 12.01am, The Times

hxxps://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/firstgroup-tender-offer-to-shed-activist-investor-coast-capital-66s2jmr09

hxxps://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/first-group-ends-its-school-run-in-america-p0f8brw8m


and

hxxps://www.cityam.com/first-group-shares-up-as-bus-firm-confirms-500m-payout/
Posted at 30/1/2024 16:34 by navigo
let's state the whole facts about the the pair of 3 million trades yesterday - I actually topped up at the bottom after 4pm - I was going to wait til Wednesday but the price said buy & AS HAS HAPPENED BEFORE -- my broker even reversed the trade to the market

they bought way way above the spread AT 93 PENCE

882 93.0 3000000 O 91.05 91.25 12:52:01 3,000,000

6,118,401 93,131 233


AND TRADE 881 93.0 3000000 O 91.05 91.25 12:50:47 3,000,000

3,118,401 93,131 233

as you can see the thin spread was sell 91.05 & buy at 91.25

this LONG TERM KNOWLEDGABLE (?)INVESTOR WAS PREPARED TO PAY WELL OVER THE ODDS TWICE

After all we are allin it for the long "bus trip" aren't we !!
Posted at 26/1/2024 12:43 by whites123
D4E, a term frequently tossed around in various stock discussions, possesses the uncanny power to instill fear in inexperienced retail investors. These few characters have the potential to drive individuals to make decisions that defy the cautionary brakes of their own research.

The art of instilling fear proves far more effortless than fostering positivity or presenting verifiable statistics. While positive developments, albeit lacking a specific monetary value, can lead to significant gains, the mere mention of D4E coupled with rumors of a company needing refinancing can effortlessly trigger substantial declines.

In my opinion, this is not just misguided but profoundly so.
Posted at 02/1/2024 09:23 by warrenbuffet73
I’ve bought more in anticipation of the bounce. Just a tree shake with retail investors taking profits
Posted at 31/12/2023 09:41 by warrenbuffet73
Although this happened to ASOS abd boohoo. On any weakness (selling by retail investors) they kept buying up the shares.

Given the decent rise here in the past 10 days that could be it?
Posted at 12/10/2023 17:12 by warrenbuffet73
Not a distressed seller. We have one of the largest networks in USA. Valuable long standing contracts.

In the USA investors are prepared to pay 10-20 times earnings.
Posted at 27/9/2023 13:52 by value viper
The debt is an issue yes but I am guessing a manageable one - this latest bond issue presumably shows lenders / investors are comfortable. 4.875 coupon and this deals with the upcoming refinancing I believe in one hit - it's a place your bets scenario of course - but shares are priced for very difficult times that may not present.

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