Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Stobart Group LSE:STOB London Ordinary Share GB00B03HDJ73 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +2.50p +0.98% 258.00p 259.50p 260.00p 260.00p 256.00p 256.00p 237,803 16:35:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Transportation 129.4 -8.0 -2.7 - 914.17

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/2/2018
18:59
Fancy releasing that rns, if they buy FLYBE now it’s just cost them 30% more lol
john09
22/2/2018
16:22
Https://investegate.co.uk/flybe-group-plc--flyb-/rns/statement-regarding-possible-offer/201802221617507045F/
bigbigdave
14/2/2018
21:27
at 252 this may be choppy for a few sessions but overall looking good.
corlis
08/2/2018
12:15
Hmm. He was supposed to be offloading his stake to be able to part fund Stobart Investments. .....bit weird but no really bothered 👍
neilyb675
08/2/2018
10:12
Andrew Tinkler spends a further quarter of a million quid, on 100k shares to add to those bought on Monday.
bluemango
05/2/2018
16:26
The Group has the financial resources in place to support the dividend to 2022 at which point the dividend will be supported through operating income. Suits me fine. .....lovely income guaranteed 👍
neilyb675
05/2/2018
13:18
Yield looks a lot better at about 7.6% than when I looked at these in November, but with no coverage of the dividend surely they will just be paying back your investment in the shares ?
fenners66
05/2/2018
09:38
Stobart executive director and former CEO Andrew Tinkler takes advantage of recent stock market volatility to buy quarter of a million shares, purchase cost £619,450. Not sure how this leaves his plans for the Trading plan alluded to in a post above, he was going to be disposing of them, not buying back those sold in September. Presumably he sees this price as short term weakness and therefore an opportunity.
bluemango
01/2/2018
07:48
Invesco getting rid of 1%, that answers that then.
revoman
31/1/2018
21:24
Could it be to do with the trading plan being worked on behalf of Andrew Tinkler? I think the plan was to sell upto 10,000,000 shares.
stur7672
31/1/2018
16:52
Can anyone explain the relentless misery here over the last week or two?
revoman
27/1/2018
18:38
why the fall of stobart/
satherton1
23/1/2018
14:07
Carlisle airport to open for passenger traffic in the summer. hTTp://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cumbria-42787579
gregsc
21/12/2017
09:18
Q2 ex-div today.
bluemango
19/12/2017
10:45
Southend airport has got planning permission to expand the terminal by 30% hxxp://www.echo-news.co.uk/news/15780928.Airport_gets_green_light_for_terminal_extension/
rogue trader3
02/11/2017
17:08
I read the snippet of the results in Chronic Investor and came over this afternoon to take my first look. The dividend yield is the attraction and it is through to 2022 based upon cash made from the sale of ES. However reading through the results one thing struck me that in a world of adjusted / underlying results ( they say aimed at giving a better understanding of a company without all the one offs) this is one company that really needed to properly show the adjusted figures - that is without the profit on disposal ! I look at the accounts and think it is BS to declare the (was it) £123m of exceptional profit as anything but exceptional - after all they cannot repeat it ! So they are really a loss making business. Growth in passengers based on plans looks like it will add another £4m to revenue next year. Biomass contracts increase - not done the figures After that where is the profit ? Wait until 2022 and hope?
fenners66
19/10/2017
13:45
The shares have performed well with the companying disposing assets and doing sales and leaseback on their aircrafts. This helps reduce debt, but lifts operating expenses. I think the Stobart Group is fairly valued. For more on Stobart and other companies, click http://bit.ly/2yTDram
walbrock82
19/10/2017
07:23
Warwick Brady, new CEO at Stobart Group (STOB) Talks through H1, and discusses future growth plans, and dividend. (c.3mins) Http://www.piworld.co.uk/2017/10/19/stobart-group-stob-interim-results-october-2017/ Results highlights – 0:24 Growth in all divisions – 0:50 Outlook & Summary – 2:33
tomps2
18/10/2017
21:12
Results tomorrow
johnv
27/9/2017
09:11
I agree with Minerve as regards director sells: they are not very often significant as regards a company's prospects. Also, I tend not to follow newspaper exhortations to buy or sell at the time that they are made. The recommendation itself often affects the price in the days afterwards, but once that effect has gone, one can see more clearly; and decide on the pertinent facts, rather than follow a crowd who may well be magnifying a view through numbers. Stobart is an interesting business, seemingly an old style conglomerate, but if it works, it works. I'm holding, and have stops in place. For now, I'm content. (Hanson did very well for a long time, and there's nothing in such a type of business that precludes it from doing so now, if it is well run.)
andrewbaker
26/9/2017
12:26
18p dividend expected
john09
26/9/2017
11:21
Panic No. Not really. Sensible investment isn't just about making money. Money for its ownsake has no meaning. It is about acheiving your own personal objectives. When you consider it from this angle it includes risk management. That is why many buy bonds when the projected return on them is poor. Bond purchases reduce variance on your portfolio meaning when you need the investment for your objective the money is there. As I say, investing isn't just about making the most money you can make. It is about acheiving objectives. It is a concept many just don't seem to grasp.
minerve
26/9/2017
11:13
12th Sept Sept 12th Only thing that concerns me is the biomass bit.Ok..we know there are delays etc..do we know for sure the potential revenue hit on this...a worst case scenario....I'm loathe to mention this...but anyone remember a company called TEG...they were exclusively into the bldg and running of biomass fueled power stations.It was a great idea..but ended sadly for everyone.Do we know who is bldg etc the stns Stob are going to be supplying...and the current state of play here. .... Last year the group lost £8m on revenues of £129.4m as the biomass business sold less than a third of its target, though investors were kept relatively sweet by the 6.3% dividend yield and hints of a special payout as it sells off investment properties. Sharecast | 24 Sep, 2017 17:42 - Digital Look well....maybe next time...instead of being so utterly sanctimonious to the point of stupidity....you will dyor ..and save youself some money!
thefartingcommie
26/9/2017
11:12
Surely the fact that you de-risk means that your not confident enough in your own business or the market it's in ?
panic investor
26/9/2017
11:01
Thanks zangdook. I have taken a look. Nothing really about the business and I ignore director sells having been a director of a listed company myself and witnessing first hand that most of the time sells have very little to do with the prospects of the business and are just an underlying desire to de-risk and diversify assets - which is natural.
minerve
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