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Stobart LSE:STOB London Ordinary Share GB00B03HDJ73 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 152.00p 0 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
151.60p 152.60p - - -
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Transportation 241.99 100.62 28.66 5.3 563.6

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23/4/2019
09:20
Stobart Daily Update: Stobart is listed in the Industrial Transportation sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker STOB. The last closing price for Stobart was 152.60p.
Stobart has a 4 week average price of 143p and a 12 week average price of 141p.
The 1 year high share price is 272.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 140.20p.
There are currently 370,821,715 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 319,955 shares. The market capitalisation of Stobart is £563,649,006.80.
27/12/2018
22:45
john09: Problem is even at today’s £1.40 the Div Yield is now only 3.9% if we assume it’s to be 6p for the foreseeable. It was the ridiculous 18p dividend keeping the share price toppy and the market didnt believe it was sustainable and so it’s been proven
03/11/2018
00:56
garycook: Stobart Group H119 results boosted by Aviation and Energy 30 October 2018 | Stobart Group, Industrial support services, Update We see investor opportunity in Stobart’s main divisions of Aviation and Energy, which continue to perform well and will benefit from planned investment, notably in Aviation, which should expand the business and drive long-term profitability. Underlying EBITDA grew strongly, up 10% in the first half. Aviation saw a strong rise in both passenger numbers and underlying EBITDA per passenger at London Southend airport, its main business. Energy’s performance has benefitted from higher volumes, a better customer mix, operational gearing and cost management. H119 results update Industrial support services 30 October 2018 Price 212p Market cap £751m Net debt (£m) at 31 August 2018 75.6 Shares in issue 354m Free float 87% Code STOB 52-week high/low 287.8p 204.0p Business description Stobart Group owns and operates London Southend Airport, renewable energy fuel processing and supply assets, a rail and civil engineering business, a property portfolio, a regional airline/leasing company and non-controlling equity investments in logistics.. Results boosted by Aviation and Energy Underlying H119 EBITDA rose from £15.4m to £17.0m, reflecting growth in the main divisions of Aviation and Energy. In Aviation, London Southend airport (LSA) saw strong growth of 37% in passenger numbers and 87% in underlying EBITDA per passenger. Management outlined new airline agreements and plans for further retail development at LSA which should boost future performance. Energy’s underlying EBITDA rose from £4.6m to £8.7m; plants commissioned last year are now approaching commercial volumes, customer mix improved and operational gearing improved in tandem with cost management. On the negative side, Rail & Civils’s underlying EBITDA swung from £1.4m profit to a loss of £4.8m, although management emphasises that this division is already turning around. Forecast reset and acceleration in FY20 Since our last note in January we have reviewed our model for Stobart Group and take this opportunity to reset forecasts. We reduce our FY19 underlying EBITDA from £39.0m to £25.7m, mainly to account for the move from profit to loss at Rail & Civils, and introduce a FY20 estimate of £41.4m, reflecting a return to profit in Rail & Civils and continued growth in Aviation and Energy. Valuation We have adjusted our valuation from 285p per share to 275p, mainly to reflect the reduction in our forecasts, partly offset by a reduction in WACC. Our valuation uses a core DCF and an additional value for the company’s stake in Eddie Stobart Logistics (ESL).
26/10/2018
08:02
lpavlou: What do we think of the supposedly 18m bonus for Brady? Is this cash or free shares to the equivalent value? I saw the free 4m shares for the staff pension scheme but nothing on exec incentives. Is this linked to share price performance or other measures? Would be good to know. I also can't work out why Tinkler thinks the Ryan Air deal is so bad for the company. Are Stobart letting them use Southend for free or worse paying them and trying to get it back through customer spend? Uncertainty is not good in the current climate and might partly explain the last 2 days of wild share price movement.
25/10/2018
01:43
garycook: Why I’d buy this 8%-yielding, dividend-growing stock right now Kevin Godbold | Wednesday, 24th October, 2018 | More on: STOB Image source: Getty Images. In September, my Foolish colleague Royston Wild wrote about Stobart Group (LSE: STOB), the aviation, energy, civil engineering and Infrastructure business, and said he was “expecting another robust set of numbers when interim results are released on October 24.” Well, the day has arrived, and the figures are pretty good, as he expected. Revenue moved 21% higher than the equivalent period last year, and pro-forma earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) rose more than 10% to £17m. The directors pushed up the total interim dividend for the period by 20%, suggesting their confidence in the outlook. An evolving story Stobart cast off its famous lorry business as a standalone operation in 2014 and retained a passive investment in the new firm from that point. Since then, with the company focused on aviation, energy and infrastructure, progress has been impressive. Revenue has grown around 140% since 2014, the dividend has shot up 200%, and the share price has risen more than 50%. The company is using a pro-forma figure to show the underlying progress of the business.That’s because last year’s headline figures were flattered by a profit of almost £124m, received from the partial disposal of Eddie Stobart Logistics. When the lorry business floated on the FTSE AIM market last year, Stobart Group reduced its holding, but still retains some shares in the operation. Today, Stobart Group has identified its two “major growth divisions” as Aviation and Energy, where pro-forma underlying EBITDA grew almost 15% and 90%, respectively, during the period. The energy division is a biomass fuel provider, sourcing, processing, and transporting waste wood and other waste-derived fuels for third-party biomass plants across the UK. And the aviation division owns and operates London Southend Airport, operating flights under franchise agreements for other airlines, and ground handling operations at airports. There’s also a rail division that undertakes rail and non-rail civil engineering projects. Positive outlook Looking forward, Stobart said in the report it has made “strong commercial progress” in its core operating businesses during the period, which are both “well-invested and set for significant growth.” However, the share price has been weak lately, and I reckon that could be because of general stock-market sogginess, the fact that the firm posted a headline loss today, and because the company is in the news because it has sued its former chief executive for alleged wrongdoing. A judge is due to start overseeing a trial at the High Court in London on November 12. However, City analysts following the firm are expecting robust growth in revenue of more than 25% per year for the next two years, and a bounce-back in profits next year. Chief executive Warwick Brady is optimistic and said that after investing in infrastructure, the firm is “well placed to accelerate our commercial growth plans and demonstrate the value of the Group’s excellent operating businesses.” I reckon the firm is out of favour with investors but, for me, the dividend is worth collecting while I wait for the waters to clear and for earnings to pick up their pace. STOB.L STOBART GROUP Last Signal: BUY Last Pattern: BULLISH DOJI STAR Last Close: 218.0000 Change: +3.0000 Percent change +1.40% Signal Update Our system’s recommendation today is to BUY. The BULLISH DOJI STAR pattern finally received a confirmation because the prices crossed above the confirmation level which was at 217.2500, and our valid average buying price stands now at 217.5950. The previous SELL signal was issued on 04/10/2018, 20 days ago, when the stock price was 244.7550. Since then STOB.L has fallen by -11.10%. Market Outlook Let’s jump on our white horses and go for a bullish ride. The bullish pattern that was previously identified is finally confirmed and a BUY signal is generated. Most probably, it is the right time to participate in bullish fervor. The market is telling you about a new profit. Do not miss this bullish opportunity.
19/10/2018
22:09
lpavlou: Had a look at the Flybe BB following the 50% decline in the share price. Lot of people on there hoping that Stobarts will come back with another offer. I don't think so as they are haemorrhaging cash and could only be funded from a big equity issue.
08/7/2018
18:01
john09: Let’s see if the share price is a winner when it opens. That’s what matters
30/6/2018
22:00
bluemango: I don't think there's much appetite for ditching Ferguson in favour of Tinkler and all the shenanigans that would ensue, so you could see a share price recovery straight after liquidating your holding, when the vote endorses the status quo. The margin could be a bit tight but I can't see many of the institutional holders following Woodford and most of the nominee holders won't be voting either way. You'd feel pretty foolish dumping only to see the vote go the way you wanted and the subsequent rapid recovery in share price as the potential instability and uncertainty is removed. IMO.
05/6/2018
12:11
bluemango: Agreed, it's far from over. The curious thing is the share price movement, you'd think with these BOD tussles it would be heading downwards rather than showing signs of demand, which feels like more than simply short term recovery. Perhaps Woodford and allies are busily increasing their stake in order to have more clout in forthcoming votes?
30/5/2018
13:45
dondee: I fail to see why a bun fight between senior management should affect the share price so much over a few days.
08/3/2018
09:24
bluemango: Theoretically there should be an in-built limit to any share price fall that you're suggesting, as that would make the yield too high. Arguably also the share price should at least be sustained throughout if they can demonstrate with more certainty as time goes by, that they can sustain the dividend from operating profits at (at least) the same level beyond 2022. Reducing uncertainty generally being good for market valuation. So reducing cash reserves short term should be more than offset throughout that period by increasing certainty for supporting the dividend from operating profits. Assuming the dividend stays at the same level (which they state they have every intention of doing), the end result would be a higher share price than now, as the yield gradually reduces with less risk. Yes, there's a few "ifs" in there, but then that's what investing entails.
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