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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ssp Group Plc LSE:SSPG London Ordinary Share GB00BGBN7C04 ORD 1 17/200P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.60 0.27% 226.40 226.20 226.60 231.20 225.60 231.20 96,709 11:09:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 2,794.6 197.2 28.1 8.1 1,217

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
31/7/2020
11:39
Given up on this one and sold. Luck to all holders.
philanderer
29/7/2020
00:12
Grim. 'Food and beverage operator at Tampa International Airport plans to lay off over 200' HTTPS://www.bizjournals.com/tampabay/news/2020/07/28/tampa-airport-food-and-beverage-operator-lays-off.html
philanderer
22/7/2020
02:07
The optimism generated by the EU’s recovery deal encouraged traders to take on more risk, which brought hard-hit stocks such as travel and leisure companies into play. #SSP #TUI #JDW https://tinyurl.com/ybr74wla
sharesaver1
16/7/2020
09:55
Peel Hunt initiates coverage with 'buy' .. tp 325p
philanderer
13/7/2020
13:35
Heathrow Airport says government quarantine measures aimed at curbing imported coronavirus cases resulted in a 7% hit to passenger numbers last month. HTTPS://news.sky.com/story/coronavirus-quarantine-blamed-for-10-hit-to-heathrow-passengers-12027449
philanderer
13/7/2020
11:56
Heathrow's passenger numbers were down 95 per cent year-on-year in June, with just 350,000 people travelling through the airport. Its North America and Africa markets saw the biggest declines, according to Heathrow. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/markets/article-8516735/BUSINESS-LIVE-FTSE-expected-start-strongly-Quiz-suspends-supplier.html
philanderer
13/7/2020
00:20
Airports ‘may cut 20,000 jobs’ unless rates relaxed https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2020/07/12/airports-may-cut-20000-jobs-unless-rates-relaxed/
philanderer
03/7/2020
15:53
This is looking like the same scenario as Corona virus effect in UK around March when all prices dropped. Perhaps now is the time to buy when they are low
rs34
03/7/2020
11:00
3rd july Citigroup buy tp 335p cut from 385p
philanderer
01/7/2020
23:57
MARKET REPORT: Railway station and airport cafe chain Upper Crust leaves investors with sour taste after warning it could axe up to 5,000 jobs https://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/markets/article-8480975/MARKET-REPORT-Upper-Crust-cull-leaves-investors-sour-taste.html
philanderer
01/7/2020
09:14
Yep a pi$$ poor update. SSP Group share fell 4.5%. The travel food kiosk operator said the Covid-19 pandemic has had an "unprecedented" hit to the travel sector, so it is reorganising its UK business. Sales in April and May were about 95% below last year. During June, sales recovered "slightly" and are now running at about 90% below last year, with stronger performances in Continental Europe and North America reflecting the gradual easing of lockdowns in these regions offset by the UK and Rest of World, where sales remain below this level. "The reality is that passenger numbers still remain at very low levels, a reflection of the extent and duration of the current restrictions in place. In the Rail sector, which represents the majority of SSP's UK operations, passenger numbers remain about 85% lower year on year and the UK Air sector has to date been largely closed," SSP said. SSP expects only about 20% of its UK units will have opened by the autumn. "We have therefore come to the very difficult conclusion that we will need to simplify and reshape our UK business, and we are now starting a collective consultation on a proposed reorganisation," the company said. "If the pace of the recovery continues at the current level, this could lead to up to about 5,000 roles becoming redundant from within the head office and UK operations. Clearly, these decisions are very difficult, and our priority is to conduct this process fairly and to support those affected." SSP expects this reorganisation to cost between GBP8 million to GBP10 million. Alliance News
philanderer
01/7/2020
08:27
"sales in April and May were approximately 95% below last year. During June sales have recovered slightly and are now running at approximately 90% below last year"And this company is worth well over a billion. £500m is another fundraise away imho
rarther
01/7/2020
08:20
Check the news this morning... reducing workforce by 50%. Travel retail absolutely gubbed for years to come.This could sink under 200p just today.
rarther
25/6/2020
17:17
These brokers are either delusional or straight up lying to you.I am from Central London and i can tell you that hardly anyone is travelling by train anymore and out of those who are, definitely no one is buying crusty old sandwiches anymore. SSP's business is selling crusty old sandwiches for high prices in places where there is no competition. The demand side has collapsed and their valuation has yet to collapse.If you are long on SSP... do you know how many stores they have open right now? While sports direct and greggs are open, SSP's crusty sandwich shops are all closed because there is no demand.If you are blind to the realities that anyone living in the UK with a pair of legs can witness for themselves, then you can just await the RNS's stating that Covid 19 stole our baby, our sales are more than 50% down and we are laying everyone off.I only post this negative stuff to help my fellow retail investor avoid holding toxic garbage when it explodes. Leave it to the professionals like UBS and friends to hold it...
rarther
25/6/2020
12:11
Time to buy SSPG!
rs34
25/6/2020
12:11
Time to buy SSPG!
rs34
24/6/2020
00:15
Shore Cap resumes coverage with 'buy'
philanderer
19/6/2020
00:32
rarther , good points well made. It'll be interesting to see who has called it right .. 200p or 400p ?
philanderer
18/6/2020
16:28
Downgrade from me.The sales are going to be down 40-80% for the next couple of years which means they will be announcing further losses and further capital destruction in the coming months.Market and UBS think it will be slowly bouncing back hence healthy rebound to £1.5bn valuation. Market is wrong. I don't know about you folks but if I do sadly find myself huddled into a train station any time soon (which I will avoid at all costs) I won't be spending £8 on a tiny piece of old bread with questionable fillings served by a zombie in a surgical mask.They need to get rid of at least 10,000 staff but have had it on the back burner this whole time because everyone is getting paid by the governments and the few big shots left at the top have spent months wracking their brains about how to pay the dividend without seeming like they are paying the dividend. It is just going to take one day of them having to contribute towards salaries for them to reveal extent of the slump in sales and announce massive layoffs and send this into a tailspin.(Sell to 200p)
rarther
18/6/2020
09:57
Upgrade from UBS 18th june UBS buy tp 400p
philanderer
17/6/2020
18:41
Autogrill could take this lot out sub 500p at the moment if they fancy a gamble ;-)
philanderer
15/6/2020
23:52
Missed this last week , HSBC holding from under 3% to 6.6%
philanderer
09/6/2020
22:55
One million pounds*
rarther
09/6/2020
22:55
CFO sold £1m of SSP shares at £3.15.
rarther
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