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Stobart Group Ld LSE:STOB London Ordinary Share GB00B03HDJ73 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.60 3.14% 19.68 965,252 16:35:21
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
19.34 19.58 19.98 19.20 19.68
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Transportation 170.18 -157.98 -40.56 123
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:03:57 O 26,178 19.441 GBX

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25/9/2020
09:20
Stobart Group Ld Daily Update: Stobart Group Ld is listed in the Industrial Transportation sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker STOB. The last closing price for Stobart Group Ld was 19.08p.
Stobart Group Ld has a 4 week average price of 19p and a 12 week average price of 19p.
The 1 year high share price is 132.20p while the 1 year low share price is currently 19p.
There are currently 624,926,123 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,379,294 shares. The market capitalisation of Stobart Group Ld is £122,985,461.01.
11/9/2020
13:14
fenners66: So no fundamental reason then ? You bought because Directors bought or are keeping because of the same ? There are probably as many examples of director's purchases failing as succeeding , perhaps more and with reason. Director buys shares - people take it as a positive signal , interest sparked , share price stabilises or perhaps rises. That gives a prospective lifeline to ailing companies - time to consider a rights issue ? Also if director's bonus is tied to share price - he may stand to win far more than the any gain of the shares. Effectively giving it a nudge and getting a bonus may just be betting free money. Directors bought in at DEBS, IRV and ALY and others - did not have any incite - they went bust. I guess when fundamentals seem to be getting better then maybe Directors' buys have merit - but those that are clueless in running their businesses; into the ground; are not the best stock pickers either.
19/8/2020
10:14
fenners66: I have no idea if it is or not. I don't have a clue whether the share price will be more or less tomorrow, because the current share price is just a matter of supply and demand. Someone could bid for the airport tomorrow. But who would buy an airport now and why not wait until airport operators are more desperate and sell for peanuts? There will be more pain for the airline industry for the next few years I'm sure. However I can guess that the business will not be making £112m a year inside of 2 years. On a simple measure P.E. it would need that to get to £1 So place your bets.... I did refuse the bet at about £3.50 and rightly so. I was being told at the time that dividends were "sustainable" from cash through to profitability in a few years time. I said it was fanciful as many things Could go wrong before that profitability arrived. Well they have.
18/8/2020
21:47
fenners66: Ok so out of curiosity I had a look 250m shares issued - a 60% dilution Now 625m shares in issue They retained a LOSS in the year pre covid to Feb 20 £149m They have lost money apart from the gain on sale of Stobart Logs each of the previous 4 years. This year is going to be a loss, likely next year too as they have moved backwards with the growth plans that were going to see them through to a profit. By then what issue another 500m shares ? So you then have 1125m shares in issue Share price £1 at a P.E. of say 10 would need a profit of £112m a year... We'll see...
18/8/2020
20:54
1sjh: I'm not a spokesman for the group, nor I am here to defend the board. I just see a £1 share price when these short hauls are up and running again. Simple really. Air travel will be back and ppl like traveling from Southend. I also think the destinations Southend flies to will come back faster than others. Gl
26/6/2020
11:52
garycook: N,Yeah sure,but his days are numbered.Karen Hubbard of CARD resigned today.I sent this to Karen Hubbard on 14/01/2020.Looks like the BOD finally got the message.Should have been done earlier.FAO Karen Hubbard.Being a CARD shareholder holding 21,000 shares I am unhappy with the current situation.You need to justify your £500k a year salary.Seeing the CARD share price performance under your tenure.Current management are missing opportunities.This Xmas range was dire,as last years.CARD needs better quality cards.The strategic review is 2 years to late.You need now to correct things urgently to let the market know your in control.The Special dividend going is a must to reduce debt.Regards Gary Cook.
26/2/2020
12:42
fenners66: fenners66 8 Mar '18 - 09:17 - 953 of 1896 Edit 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.
14/11/2019
13:44
fenners66: jonwig 14 Nov '19 - 07:20 - 1785 of 1795 "This is/was a Woodford stock, wasn't it? The H1 results satement here has 68 instances of the word "underlying". As the IC pointed out a week or so ago, there's an inverse relationship between use of that term and subsequent share price performance." Certainly seems to be the case that the inverse relationship is strong today ! I guess they can write the BS and fool some of the people some of the time .... but really , the more BS surely less likely meaningful investors are going to bother. When I read massively adjusted P&L's where losses and costs don't count it tells me that the management don't take responsibility , none of the losses are manageable always blaming something or someone else. So they should not be managing....
03/7/2019
12:17
aishah: Former Stobart boss Andrew Tinkler said he was putting his courtroom battle with the company behind him after a court refused him permission appeal today. Tinkler told City A.M.: “I’ve always said I was about to move on, I thought it was only right trying to go for the appeal, all I was trying to do was protect shareholder value over that period.” In February a judge ruled that Tinkler had made “serious”; breaches of his duty as a director. Tinkler had tried to oust the management of the Southend Airport-owner, accusing them of destroying shareholder value. He was supported by former star trader Neil Woodford in his bid to eject the company’s chair Iain Ferguson, to replace him with Edinburgh Woolen Mill boss Philip Day. However, Ferguson won a narrow victory in a shareholder vote at the company’s general meeting in July. The Court of Appeal today refused Tinkler permission to appeal against the February judgment. “it’s about moving on now,” Tinkler said today. He said he had no plans to sell his stake in the company and believed there was value in the business, despite a share price collapse over the last two years. “I am still a responsible shareholder, I will continue to make sure that value is preserved,” he said. “There is value in the business although the share price has taken a massive devaluation over the last two years, down some 65 per cent. “With a new chairman elect coming in, hopefully they can make changes there and create the value we set on in 2017.” In May, Stobart selected corporate turnaround specialist David Shearer as its new chairman as its moved to get its business back on track. So Woodford out and Tinkler supportive. Removes a big overhang imo.
18/6/2019
09:00
nige co: "Warwick to get 23m bonus if Airport is worth 1.6bn or 30m bonus if sold for 2.1bn" Lpavlou, I for one would be happy for Warwick to pick up his £23m bonus by selling Southend airport for £1.6bln to £2.1bln. This would give a STOB share price of between 400p and 520p approximately. Happy days all round.
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.
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