Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Saga Plc LSE:SAGA London Ordinary Share GB00BMX64W89 ORD 15P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.80 0.2% 400.60 1,292,157 16:35:17
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
399.00 401.00 417.80 387.00 387.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Life Insurance 841.50 -162.00 -14.50 561
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:48:01 O 9,855 406.513 GBX

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Saga Daily Update: Saga Plc is listed in the Life Insurance sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SAGA. The last closing price for Saga was 399.80p.
Saga Plc has a 4 week average price of 259.60p and a 12 week average price of 213p.
The 1 year high share price is 417.80p while the 1 year low share price is currently 118.50p.
There are currently 140,102,227 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,642,276 shares. The market capitalisation of Saga Plc is £561,809,930.27.
sardine2: >b0ne5ish Thanks for your post above which clearly explains what's happened to share prices of companies operating cruise ships today. However, Saga's share price has held up rather well despite their non holiday arm of operation. A comforting thought to go into the weekend with. Just out of interest does anyone know what main building sites Saga have or are getting rid of (selling)? S
antonagis: I can’t access my investment account this morning. Yesterday, the far from CLEVERINVESTER said today would definitely be a 10% drop on SAGA share price. Did that happen?? What’s the current price please.
kulvinder: RNS out;SAGA PLC Corporate and cruise ship finance facilitiesSource: UK Regulatory (RNS & others)TIDMSAGARNS Number : 2566RSAGA PLC05 March 20215 March 2021Saga plc (the "Group" or "Saga")Update on corporate and cruise ship finance facilitiesSaga plc, the UK's specialist in products and services for people over 50, today announces the conclusion of discussions regarding options to increase financial flexibility. The Group has reached agreement to amend covenants on the term loan and revolving credit facilities and the agreement, which is expected to complete next week, of a one-year extension to the debt deferral on its cruise ship facilities.Given the backdrop of continued disruption to the Travel business, the actions taken provide sufficient headroom should the period of Travel suspension, which is subject to government guidance, continue well into the second half of the year. The specific details of the amendments are shown in the appendix below.Euan Sutherland, Group Chief Executive Officer, says:"The successful conclusion of these discussions is the latest step in reinforcing Saga's financial position, and I would like to thank our funding partners for their ongoing support. We continue to see strong pent-up demand for travel among our customers and remain well placed to deliver on this opportunity when the guidance on international travel changes."Date of Financial ResultsSaga will publish its Preliminary Results on 7 April 2021.For further information please contact:Saga plc Mark Watkins - Treasury Tel: 07738 777 479 Email: Emily Roalfe - Equity Tel: 07732 093 007 Email: Headland Consultancy Susanna Voyle Tel: 07980 894 557 Henry Wallers Tel: 07876 562 436 Email: Notes to editorsAbout SagaSaga is a specialist in the provision of products and services for people over 50. The Saga brand is one of the most recognised and trusted brands in the UK and is known for its high level of customer service and its high quality, award winning products and services including cruises and holidays, insurance, personal finance and publishing. loan and revolving credit facilitiesThe covenants within the Group's term loan and revolving credit facilities have been amended as follows:Leverage ratio Interest cover (ex Cruise) Old New Old New ------------------ -------- -------- ------- 30 April 2021* 4.75x 4.75x 1.25x 1.25x -------- ------- -------- ------- 31 July 2021 4.75x 4.75x 1.50x 1.25x -------- ------- -------- ------- 31 October 2021* 4.50x 4.50x 1.75x 1.25x -------- ------- -------- ------- 31 Jan 2022 4.00x 4.25x 2.50x 1.50x -------- ------- -------- ------- 31 July 2022 3.00x 3.00x 3.50x 3.50x -------- ------- -------- ------- * Quarterly covenants are only tested if leverage is above 4.0x times at the previous covenant test date.In addition, the following amendments have also been made:-- The Group is subject to a minimum liquidity requirement of GBP40 million, which can be met either through cash or undrawn and committed facilities.-- The permitted indebtedness to the Cruise Group is GBP50m until September 2022, and then reduces to GBP25m.-- Dividends remain restricted while leverage (excluding Cruise) is above 3.0x. Cruise ship debt deferralAs part of an industry-wide package of measures to support the cruise industry, an extension of the existing debt deferral has been agreed to 31 March 2022. The key terms of this deferral are:-- All principal payments to 31 March 2022 (GBP51.8 million) are deferred and repaid over 5 years.-- All financial covenants until 31 March 2022 are waived. -- Dividends remain restricted while the deferred principal is outstanding. -- The Group is now subject to a minimum liquidity requirement of GBP40 million, which can be met through either cash or undrawn and committed facilities.This information is provided by RNS, the news service of the London Stock Exchange. RNS is approved by the Financial Conduct Authority to act as a Primary Information Provider in the United Kingdom. Terms and conditions relating to the use and distribution of this information may apply. For further information, please contact or visit may use your IP address to confirm compliance with the terms and conditions, to analyse how you engage with the information contained in this communication, and to share such analysis on an anonymised basis with others as part of our commercial services. For further information about how RNS and the London Stock Exchange use the personal data you provide us, please see our Privacy Policy.ENDUPDDKQBQKBKBQNK(END) Dow Jones NewswiresMarch 05, 2021 02:00 ET (07:00 GMT)
purchaseatthetop: Yes must be listened to because you are a fully qualified AAT accountant. Lets remind ourselves what you wrote on 16/2/21: Good Afternoon All, As you know I'm a fully qualified accountant. My current short on SAGA stands as Borris makes his announcement on the 22nd we will see a huge fall in the share price My current prediction is a share price of 2.20 Hows the short going? Just asking....
stretford1964: The way this is going I expect to see a share price of over £6 by the year end. Vaccinations taking effect, cruises will restart, freehold properties for sale, substantial savings on office costs, less car insurance claims, agreement will be reached for capital repayments to be deferred and the over 50s have money to burn aboard the ships. Excellent stuff. Should there be any problems, Sir Roger will be there for support. I would like to invite notsocleverinvester to this BB on 1 March 2023 to see where the SAGA share price is after another 24 months. Well done to all true investors/holders, we are all doing very nicely.
antonagis: The long and short of it is that the far from CLEVERINVESTER GEORGY BOY wanted SAGA at £1, £1.50, £2.20 and then £1.80 and the demented sidekick DIOHOKU/OH NO wanted SAGA for £2.20 and that didn't happen. Who has what accounts has zero bearing on the share price so the question remains, if the above mentioned are not buying and one is calling it a DOG, what's the point of posting after the event? They both speculated and lost. Only TROLLS would keep posting so much rubbish and then keep on posting after they've been embarrassed and humiliated when the share price is out of their reach. Staring at the screen midweek and posting if the price drops 10,20,30 or 50p will now make no difference because most of us are so well ahead now. Also, assuming who is invested where with no evidence is also embarrassing although this only applies to the far from CLEVERINVESTER. I'm sure this email in plain English will also result in yet more rubbish. The fact is that the above 2 idiots are the only ones that agree with each other. They lost. Swallow that pride, accept it and jog on.
fjgooner: rdh21, As we all know, Saga is a great and solid company that has weathered the unprecedented events of this last year in an impressive manner, with the insurance business largely covering the cash burn (which is closer to £6M than £8M pcm shorters!) inflicted by the travel suspension. I'd guess that considerable share price volatility will continue until the travel task force reports back to the government with their recommendations on April 12. The progress in covid case reductions and associated hospitalisations should give quite handy pointers to the likely nature of that report. So those that criticise my updates on this data may like to think again. Anyhow, all is looking pretty good thus far - I just hope that the more spring-like weather doesn't tempt people to take excessive health risks when we are so close to reaching a better place. If that government report green lights cruising (as I'd expect), Saga should be able to get their 2 ocean cruise ships sailing by mid to late June which is pretty much the scenario that many have predicted for some weeks. As a disclaimer, I'm currently not invested in Saga, but I certainly will be before April 12th. Naturally I'd like as low a re-entry price as possible, but I'd never lower myself to posting cherry-picked negative stories or outright lies like some have been doing on this BB for weeks. But global markets are looking decidedly volatile right now - so I'm sure that my cash will find an acceptable re-entry point over the next few weeks. If Saga's share price defies that volatility then I'll happily buy back into a stock that has newly proven strength. A win-win scenario. :)
antonagis: Hi. Can anyone tell me the SAGA share price please. My average is £2.01. I hit my head today and have amnesia only affecting recent events. I’ve been told it’ll all be back to normal soon. I remember being told to sell by someone called CLEVERINVESTER but I didn’t.
antonagis: But the far from CLEVERINVESTER hasn’t told us all when this will drop by £1.50. Anything over £2.30 and most of us so well in profit. REMEMBER WHAT I SAID 2 DAYS AGO. Doesn’t matter if Saga share price is £3,£4,£5. He’ll always make another negative prediction forgetting that Saga has made us huge sums. That sums up his knowledge. ZERO. Wonder how many knickers he’s soiled this week.
rdh21: Simm the market cap has never been 8bn. At the start of jan 2020 it was about 300m to 400m without looking. You're getting confused by the stock consolidation they did. If you use today's share price you need to divide the number of shares in circulation by 15 at that point. Alternatively divide the share price by 15 and use the number of shares in issue on that date.
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