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STOB Stobart Group Ld

34.50
0.00 (0.00%)
17 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Stobart Group Ld STOB London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.00 0.00% 34.50 01:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
34.50 34.50
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Stobart Group Ld STOB Dividends History

No dividends issued between 20 May 2014 and 20 May 2024

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Posted at 01/2/2021 11:58 by john09
Just checked my paper profits on STOB. £60,000 . Only held them 2 months. It’s not got going yet

This post is specifically for the benefit of the red ticker 👍😉
Posted at 01/2/2021 11:44 by y1phr1
He or she spends more time checking stob than we do.
Posted at 21/1/2021 09:51 by john09
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#STOB attracting attention on breakout. Following my meeting with CEO lasts month, it looks like the thing in last month's I expected to happen in February will happen in February - judging by this morning strong price action. Off to my meeting
Posted at 17/1/2021 10:09 by middlesboroughfc
In a tweet, Mr Courts said the Airport and Ground Operations Support Scheme "will help airports reduce" additional costs faced due to the pandemic and that further details would follow soon.

The scheme had first been announced in November, but without a set start date. It will involve grants of up to £8m per applicant, to be used to cover fixed costs, such as business rates.





Great news for STOB. We are going to get an £8m upgrade which is going to send this to 40p
Posted at 15/1/2021 17:58 by john09
Good . It’s good news. You need a negative test before you come in. This wont impact STOB sp
Posted at 15/1/2021 09:06 by thomasearnshaw
STOB could be about to take off
Posted at 31/12/2020 17:28 by solardave
This article says:

“Stobart Group has received a GBP700 million proposal from Germany’s AviAlliance for the purchase of a 25% stake in London Southend Airport.”

That values this asset at £2.8bn and STOB are valued today a £180m. Am I missing something? Are they loaded with debt?

hxxps://centreforaviation.com/analysis/reports/uks-stobart-group-negotiating-a-stake-in-londons-southend-airport-517804

Www.centreforaviation.com/analysis/reports/uks-stobart-group-negotiating-a-stake-in-londons-southend-airport-517804
Posted at 31/12/2020 17:28 by solardave
This article says:

“Stobart Group has received a GBP700 million proposal from Germany’s AviAlliance for the purchase of a 25% stake in London Southend Airport.”

That values this asset at £2.8bn and STOB are valued today a £180m. Am I missing something? Are they loaded with debt?

hxxps://centreforaviation.com/analysis/reports/uks-stobart-group-negotiating-a-stake-in-londons-southend-airport-517804
Posted at 11/11/2020 08:46 by fenners66
"Luddenden7
11 Nov '20 - 08:17 - 2275 of 2276

at a cyclical low yes it was, highly unlikely to be losing money once theyve reorganised the business, sold off non core assets and the economy returns to a degree of normality"

Have you even read the accounts for the last 3 years ?

They have only made money on selling off Eddie Stobart shares.

The businesses pre-covid were at a cyclical High !
and they were still losing money.

Read the accounts the proceeds of ES sale were to be used to pay a generous dividend Until they could make a profit - which is once again years away and the dividends have stopped the cash all used up !
Posted at 28/6/2020 13:40 by garycook
To:enquiries@stobartgroup.com Details
Dear Mr Shearer,Please be aware of this email addressed to Warren Brady.Regards Gary James Cook


-----Original Message-----
To: enquiries@stobartgroup.com
Sent: Fri, 26 Jun 2020 16:37
Subject: FAO Warren Brady

Dear Mr Brady,Being a long term STOB shareholder of 20,000 shares I am to say the least very disappointed in your management of STOB.and the total waste of shareholder,s money.I suggest you resign your position forthwith,seeing the performance of STOB under your tenure,and so someone with better skills than yourself can put STOB back on track.Regards Gary James Cook.

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