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
  -0.50p -0.22% 231.50p 232.00p 233.00p 234.00p 230.50p 234.00p 355,180 16:35:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Transportation 242.0 100.6 28.7 8.1 820.27

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/7/2018
03:25
Interesting.So the current BOD are maybe looking to paying off Tinkler,or buying his 7% stake.Do I read that correct ?
garycook
10/7/2018
22:39
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2018/07/10/plot-oust-stobart-chairman-put-hold-philip-day-candidacy-withdrawn/
eeza
09/7/2018
11:19
GARY I hold Stobart and Eddie Stobart so I am watching this closely. I'm a strong believer of corporate governance and as a founder of a listed company there were plenty of strict rules that we adhered to in return for the benefit and liquidity of listed stock. In the end, those rules, particularly on limiting my sales - along with some other things - made me decide to resign. I did the right thing. I didn't expect everyone to move the company in my direction just for me or just for the founders. It doesn't take a clever man to make a decision like this. It just takes someone with integrity and decency.
minerve
09/7/2018
11:09
M,Totally agree with you on Woodford.Arrogance with disrespect for others spring to mind.Also his reputation is diminishing by the day.Would he invest is own money like is as done for his shareholders I think not.There is another side to Woodford,and I would not invest even £100 in one of his 3 funds.A Monkey would have done a better job of picking stocks than Woodford and his so called team.I feel sorry for investors who have put there trust in him.I believe he has lost the plot.Regarding STOB the share price tells the story today.I should have topped up at 227p this morning,
garycook
09/7/2018
10:37
Woodford being a star manager is now history. He seems to be having problems accepting that. His funds have been bottom quartile over the last 18 months or so haven't they? Woodford also seems to have a problem acknowledging other shareholders. He tried to force GSK into doing what HE wanted. I had a lot of respect for Woodford 2 years ago. Every month that respect disappears. Invesco were the star, not Woodford. It seems their processes are excellent and are certainly more respectful and understanding of corporate governance.
minerve
09/7/2018
07:45
Iain Ferguson, Chairman said: "This is an important day for corporate governance in the UK and for ensuring that the interests of all shareholders are fairly represented and protected."
topvest
09/7/2018
06:59
According to the Telegraph, Stobart's second largest shareholder Neil Woodford has blasted its management for sacking former boss Andrew Tinkler from its board just hours after being appointed by investors. The star fund manager described the chairman Iain Ferguson’s decision to dismiss Mr Tinkler as “truly appalling behaviour” that “treats shareholders’ wishes with utter ­contempt”. "Star fund manager" - somehow that moniker seems to stick. (White dwarf?)
jonwig
08/7/2018
21:39
Minerve - I agree with you, but it was a very narrow margin, mainly because of Woodford!
topvest
08/7/2018
20:31
hxxps://news.sky.com/story/under-fire-stobart-chairman-lines-up-exit-from-warring-boardroom-11430632
fangsforthememory
08/7/2018
19:31
Remember guys that there is a resolution to vote on the proposal to elect Philip Day at the EGM on 16th July 2018. Now I know how to vote via my nominee account ( the Stobart AGM being my first try) I have submitted my instruction this evening.
stur7672
08/7/2018
18:01
Lololoooolololol Get stuffed Tinkler you greedy bar steward
neilyb675
08/7/2018
18:01
Let’s see if the share price is a winner when it opens. That’s what matters
john09
08/7/2018
17:59
topvest Corporate governance is the winner and we should all be celebrating.
minerve
08/7/2018
17:49
I’m not sure that anyone is a winner in this Board and Shareholder dispute. Pleased that Tinkler has lost though as he appears a dodgy (albeit gifted) individual. Another case of Woodford backing the wrong type of person.
topvest
08/7/2018
16:19
3rd September 2018
stur7672
08/7/2018
15:50
Anybody any news when Carlisle airport will reopen ?
fidra
08/7/2018
14:34
Woodford's credibility at a new all time low?
fenners66
08/7/2018
11:24
Right decision and excellent news! A rare win for corporate governance. A few points to note: Shame on you Woodford! Stobart, Tinkler - This company no longer 'belongs' to either of you! If you want it to continue as your play thing then give us a good offer and take it back into private hands. That is the right and proper way to do things. This is the big league now and you need to act accordingly! Time to redevelop some etiquette and dignity IMO. Could be a share overhang now and we may not have heard the end of this. Could be a future move to take this private or a further future vote against the Chairman. Not sure whether to stay if the circus is going to continue. I have better things to do with my life than put up with dubious and greedy people.
minerve
08/7/2018
06:53
The FT knows as well! The FT asks the most important question for me, a non-holder: Stobart now faces the challenge of rebuilding its corporate standing, already dented in 2013 with the ousting of a previous chairman, led by Mr Tinkler. “I wouldn't become a shareholder again immediately,” said Tony Yarrow, a fund manager at Wise Funds and former top-20 shareholder. He sold his shares soon after Mr Tinkler announced he was opposing Mr Ferguson. Mr Yarrow said he feared “a share overhang”, if the investors behind losing side sold their holdings, and how the company would operate without Mr Tinkler’s “nose for a deal that is quite exceptional”. Https://www.ft.com/content/5831937e-8216-11e8-96dd-fa565ec55929
jonwig
07/7/2018
23:35
Tinkler defeated. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2018/07/07/crunch-vote-won-stobart-chairman-stay-role/
eeza
06/7/2018
22:10
Disappointing to see that one of the best UK fund managers - up until a few year's ago - seems to have complete disregard for decent corporate governance when it comes to choosing between that and his 'mates'!
minerve
06/7/2018
18:44
In the light of Mr Woodford's recent record, it is probably wise to do the opposite of whatever he recommends........
fangsforthememory
06/7/2018
17:28
Woodford statement from last month. I don't buy it Neil. Https://woodfordfunds.com/words/blog/statement-on-stobart/ What are these "unfounded and ludicrous allegations" against Neil Woodford? Has he copied and pasted something from Tinkler?
zangdook
06/7/2018
17:25
I am sure the outcome will be leaked one way or the other before 7am on Monday. On the positive side it was good to get the dividend payment today.
stur7672
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