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STOB Stobart Group Ld

34.50
0.00 (0.00%)
20 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Stobart Group Ld LSE:STOB London Ordinary Share GB00B03HDJ73 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 34.50 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
34.55 34.95
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
  -
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 34.50 GBX

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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 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 23/11/2020 13:50 by grabster
The share price decline was already accelerating before the Covid story - and even after this past fortnight's gentle upkick, it shows no sign of getting back above the low that Covid took it down to. So where next?
Posted at 03/11/2020 21:42 by nige co
Lpaviou, it may be the case that losses aren't as bad as expected, in which case we may see a rise in the share price. How much bad news is already priced in? I may be grasping at straws, but you just never know.
Posted at 11/9/2020 13:14 by 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.
Posted at 19/8/2020 10:14 by 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.
Posted at 18/8/2020 21:47 by 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...
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.
Posted at 18/6/2019 09:00 by 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.
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