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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.50p -1.05% 234.50p 240,745 16:35:16
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
232.50p 233.50p 237.00p 231.00p 231.00p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Transportation 241.99 100.62 28.66 8.2 830.9

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2018-10-17 16:06:52235.00352827.21O
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2018-10-17 15:54:48233.006001,398.00O
2018-10-17 15:54:34235.506001,413.00O
2018-10-17 15:54:27234.161,6363,830.78O
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Stobart Daily Update: Stobart Group is listed in the Industrial Transportation sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker STOB. The last closing price for Stobart was 237p.
Stobart Group has a 4 week average price of 225.50p and a 12 week average price of 214.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 289.90p while the 1 year low share price is currently 209.50p.
There are currently 354,328,831 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 537,783 shares. The market capitalisation of Stobart Group is £830,901,108.70.
john09: Let’s see if the share price is a winner when it opens. That’s what matters
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.
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?
dondee: I fail to see why a bun fight between senior management should affect the share price so much over a few days.
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.
fenners66: I had a look at these for the dividend a couple of months ago, have not bought and they have declined since then. The dividend not supported by earnings until perhaps 2022 means they are just giving away cash off the balance sheet until then. My interpretation of that is as it is paid out - expect the share price to fall and not recover. Once earnings support the dividend then the yield may be sustainable - until then it is just returning surplus cash to shareholders. So I can see why they would look to add something to the business such as Flybe - there may be synergies -but equally the vertical integration means they also take on the risk of not being able to pass on cost increases to the airline. Effectively Stobart is a bet that in 4 years time they will come up with a profitable business but there are a lot of things that can go wrong/not happen in 4 years.
lord gnome: What a great investment this is turning out to be. Share price in free fall now that buy backs have halted and I dare say we could be in for a fundraising rights issue if we buy Flybe. Edit: I'm out. Cut losers, take the hit and move on.
john09: Not sure what I make of the statement . I think there's a bit of froth in the share price so I'm surprised the uncertainty in the trading statement hasn't sent this lower. Also the post market open TS is not ideal
petewy: Interesting trading statement: Marking time.
petewy: From The IC last week. Diverse Income Investment Trust (DIVI) Small-cap fund manager Gervais Williams is a vocal champion of investing in smaller companies for income. In a low-growth, post credit-crunch investment world, Mr Williams believes the growth and dividend-paying potential of smaller companies is more relevant than ever. What’s more, growth can be a cash-sapping activity for some smaller companies, Mr Williams believes there are plenty of small caps that are very capable of sustaining and growing dividends in line or ahead of earnings. What’s more, the presence of a dividend against which a valuation can be pegged can be an important safeguard against the kind of share price volatility equity investors have had to endure over recent years. Top 3 holdings Charles Taylor 2.40% Stobart 2.00% Burford Capital 1.90%
Stobart share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange
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