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
  -0.50p -0.20% 251.00p 366,395 16:35:20
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
250.50p 251.00p 255.00p 250.00p 253.00p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Transportation 242.0 100.6 28.7 8.8 889.37

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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 251.50p.
Stobart Group has a 4 week average price of 230.50p and a 12 week average price of 216.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 304.40p while the 1 year low share price is currently 216.50p.
There are currently 354,328,831 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 555,643 shares. The market capitalisation of Stobart Group is £889,365,365.81.
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%
treenie: With lower fuel costs and continued growth across the group companies I think the share price is too low at present and will be buying more in the expectation of a decent run up to and after the next set of results.
battlebus2: Directors buying and this mornings news all we need now is the share price to react :)) This CHP Plant will generate a strong return on investment in the plant's equity as well as providing the Group with a 16 year biomass fuel supply contract, a long-term wood drying income stream and valuable engineering revenue on the development. Increasingly, we are seen as being a very reliable fuel supplier and so the partner of choice, which is why we are already the leading UK supplier of biomass, a position which we anticipate strengthening further"
lpavlou: Sorry, also just found this dated yesterdayStobart Group, the UK-listed owner of road hauliers Eddie Stobart, has hired Lansons Communications to rebuild its reputation in the City.Hauliers: Eddie Stobart is part of the Stobart GroupLansons has been retained to handle the group's financial PR following a three-way pitch.The agency previously worked as the group's financial PR adviser five years ago before College Hill picked up the brief in 2008. The group most recently used Square1 Consulting to support its City and PR work.Stobart's long-term brand, corporate and PR agency Influence Associates is unaffected by the appointment and will work with Lansons to handle Stobart's corporate reputation.Lansons chief executive Tony Langham said that Stobart was 'one of Britain's only industrial super brands' and the agency would look to 'rebuild Stobart's reputation in the City' by seeking a new comms approach to its financial audience.Langham said: 'We had a positive impact on Stobart's communication with the City five years ago and we aim to do so again.'Lansons worked on the logistics giant's stock market listing in 2007. However, media speculation suggests the group may be plotting to delist from the London Stock Exchange following a share price slump that saw it leave the FTSE 250 index and the resignation of executive chairman Avril Palmer-Baunack.Langham said a top comms priority was to 'get across the value within the group', including the future value that will come from its ownership of London Southend Airport and its growing biomass division.Langham will lead the account, supported by assoc-iate director Anna Schirmer and broadcast specialist Jo Candy.Eddie Stobart's road haulage fleet numbers 2,500 trucks, with the group employing 6,000 people across 50 sites.
bernie37: Stobart Group sells vehicle services division Last updated at 08:44, Tuesday, 26 February 2013 Stobart Group, the logistics giant founded in Cumbria, has sold its Stobart Vehicle Services subsidiary to Paragon Automotive. The division was part of the Autologic car transportation business, bought by Stobart last year for £12.6 million. It will now trade as Paragon Vehicle Services offering after-sales services such as new car preparation and customisation and the running of port operations. As part of the deal, Paragon takes on the former Autologic sites in Corby, Portbury and Doncaster, five manufacturer locations and 500 staff. Law firm Howes Percival acted for Paragon. The sale comes hot on the heels of a boardroom shake-up at Stobart Group and a recent profits warning. Rodney Baker-Bates was replaced as chairman last month by Avril Palmer-Baunack, previously chief executive of Autologic and latterly deputy chief executive at Stobart Group. Another non-executive director, David Beever, also departed. The Financial Times reported that the changes were at the behest of the fund-management group Invesco, which owns more than a third of Stobart's shares. Stobart's share price has fallen by a third from a peak of 140p last March.
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