Stagecoach Investors - SGC

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Stagecoach Group Plc SGC London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-5.40 -7.14% 70.20 16:35:05
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
73.00 69.20 73.00 70.20 75.60
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currencytrader1: The business fundamentals have not changed, just the share price. This will do an enormous bounce when they have cleared private investors of savings.
hasago: This is one of those guarantee cases, in May the price is obv £1.20 or more. Investors must be hoping they can drive down the price pre-hand. I think the problem is with it being a guarantee how long until the big boys pump the money in. I think the price could rise significantly any day with a few big boys buying hefty
nick rubens: Hopefully it will hold the 80p area this time as investors expect to benefit from the recovery post lockdowns in second half of 2021 and possibly earlier as the vaccine is rolled out..
2vdm: I agree Nick R. share price seems to be holding up nicely at 77p, so investors clearly not taking a pessimistic view at this point.
clemoc: Yes, 60p I reccon, but private investors love this stock and they won't even understand the massive debt mountain...
tomboyb: Stagecoach Group PLC Rail litigation judgement 17/06/2020 10:53am UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Stagecoach (LSE:SGC) Intraday Stock Chart Wednesday 17 June 2020 Click Here for more Stagecoach Charts. TIDMSGC RNS Number : 2460Q Stagecoach Group PLC 17 June 2020 17 June 2020 Rail litigation judgement Stagecoach Group plc ("the Group") notes the decision of the High Court today in respect of its claims against the Secretary of State for Transport regarding decisions to disqualify the Group from three rail franchise competitions. The Court ruled against the Group's claims. We believe there were important issues which needed to be determined by the court to help secure the future of the country's rail system and our view remains that we were right not to accept the risks in these contracts. Nevertheless, while we are disappointed at today's ruling, we accept the decision and move on. The country is facing a huge challenge in fighting the Covid-19 pandemic, and all of our energies are focused on ensuring our transport networks help the national effort at this critical time. ENDS For further information, please contact: Stagecoach Group plc Investors and analysts Ross Paterson, Finance Director 07714 667897
jeffian: I was really just picking up on the disdain in which Governments of both persuasions treat private investors - mainly quietly uncomplaining middle class people just doing their best to save and provide for their own old age. The effective re-nationalisation of Railtrack without appropriate compensation - because who cares about "the Grannies"? - was a case in point but the worst scandal was the Lloyds insurance market scam which cleaned out whole swathes of Middle England without a by-your-leave or anyone in authority complaining.
nod: The British railways system was built by private investors. It was nationalised in 1947 and the downward spiral began. Railtrack only lasted six years as a public listed company because central government controlled major projects. The demise of Railtrack in 2002 was a fiasco. Private shareholders lost most of their investment as the rail network was nationalised again.I wouldn't put money into operating any business that was controlled by central or local government.
bookbroker: Final post as pointless procrastinating, one consideration concerning a future labour Govt. with regards transport policy and the general market; if SGC. being hammered by that threat then the whole market within the UK should not be immune. Maybe it is just US investors withdrawing with the sale of US business, but half year earnings 12p, and full year should be 25p. Ok the market looks ahead and uncertainty exists, but to what extent is that baked in, I cannot see bus services being nationalised. Maybe students travel free, but so what, that can be accounted for increase to others. Share price falls appear overdone, but then the market is spooked!
bookbroker: Investors panicking, not sure on the rationale for these downgrades apart from Corbyn and Labour nationalization of public transport, same may be said for utilities. Why issue a statement if it is going to be treated with contempt irrespective!
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