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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Stagecoach Group Plc LSE:SGC London Ordinary Share GB00B6YTLS95 ORD 125/228P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +3.40p +2.89% 121.00p 120.60p 121.10p 124.20p 113.60p 113.60p 1,953,955 16:35:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 1,878.9 101.2 3.8 31.8 697.00

Stagecoach Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/6/2019
06:30
Another troll by the username lsehotdealz haha, share price is stagnant and there’s talks of fundraise at 10p on that board lol desperation has lead to going round posting on different board to prevent share price from dropping, usually ud stay quiet and average down and accumulate if you see huge potential lmaoo he’s spamming all the boards and a newly registered today as a member lol
lukmanpatel
06/5/2019
10:24
Is any private company going to bid for a railway franchise if it's going to be liable for the pension deficit? “We understand that the Pensions Regulator considers there to be a deficit of up to £7.5bn across the franchised train operators and is seeking significant additional contributions to the scheme which are as yet unquantified.” "As a result, in the absence of any contractual protection, an operator of any new rail franchises could have an exposure to “substantial” additional pension contributions"
waspfactory
03/5/2019
14:24
Am pleased to learn that Stagecoach are being prevented from chucking money away in sponsoring the Turner Prize.
standish11
03/5/2019
10:34
And here we go :)
waspfactory
02/5/2019
21:54
Small dip by the sneaky MM today taking out stop losses for the next leg up..
borderer2
26/4/2019
17:32
What I find reassuring is just about all the commentators and pundits seem to think the DTp did STG a favour in cutting them out of the rail tenders. These seem increasingly to be a mug's game perhaps best left to foreign state-owned rail operators whose tax-paying public are accustomed to paying huge subsidies to cover operating losses and staff pensions.
nobbyx
26/4/2019
16:13
Of course you have to be in it to win - no point just watching.
trt
26/4/2019
16:12
With the sale of their US operations for £200m plus the recent share buy back these should now steadily move back up to £1.80 level.
trt
26/4/2019
11:42
Looking good this morning
trt
26/4/2019
10:46
A well managed drop and bounce back from beginning to end imo. great if you are on the right side of it.
krowelet
26/4/2019
10:41
usually buy backs are managed carefully to prevent sudden price movements occuring in the share price, generally they support our are incremental to share price I guess the board has given and and a wink to say that they don't mind if the share price jumps a bit...i added right after the RNs on buy back, happily
hernando2
25/4/2019
13:16
Given the total number of shares outstanding are 572m this programme if accomplished could move the dial and given where the company is seems sensible. I note no significant buy backs in recent years. I guess we will need to wait for the prelims to see how much of the proceeds of the US sale have been used to reduce debt.
cerrito
25/4/2019
12:58
News of Share buyback just announced.
krowelet
23/4/2019
21:26
Hopefully some good news around the corner
borderer2
17/4/2019
21:17
Maybe, if Souter and Griffiths are happy to dwell on our crumbling rail network!
bookbroker
17/4/2019
20:20
Surely we can't go much lower
borderer2
17/4/2019
14:18
First of all they need to stop wasting time pursuing the DfT over the franchising, why do they value railways so highly, lost a packet on East Coast Main Line, anything to do with the public purse a friggin nightmare. Just concentrate on shareholder value!
bookbroker
15/4/2019
11:27
If they maintain the dividend payout, at the current share price a yield of just over 6% is not to be ignored.
macthepak
15/4/2019
11:27
If they maintain the dividend payout, at the current share price a yield of just over 6% is not to be ignored.
macthepak
13/4/2019
12:13
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.
jeffian
13/4/2019
08:45
Jeffian, we have seen a lot of casualties in the pseudo-privatised sector. Not just in Britain but in other countries too. I had invested in most privatisations in the late 70s and early 80s but could see later that the risks were increasing as public service businesses became political footballs. Especially transport which affects thousands of people daily. Energy, water and waste management is more about cost than daily impact.
nod
12/4/2019
23:33
Aye, and because it was the sort of stock which appealed to risk-averse middle class pensioners seeking an income, they were referred to disparagingly as "The Grannies" and disenfranchised by Labour without a second thought - hTtps://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/1488931/Labour-called-Railtrack-shareholders-grannies.html - so those considering a Corbybn government take note!
jeffian
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