Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Thomas Cook Group Plc LSE:TCG London Ordinary Share GB00B1VYCH82 ORD EUR0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 3.451 3.539 3.595 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 9,584.0 -53.0 -10.6 - 50

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23/5/2019
10:31
S&P downgrade. CI issues II's bailing. This is single digit pending.
hammopj
23/5/2019
10:26
They may well have sold out by now both those rns were two days behind
csmwssk12hu
23/5/2019
10:25
There are a lot of fools in this world. Look at the price - that's truth.
tongosti
23/5/2019
10:22
Because to hold on could lead to total loss?
csmwssk12hu
23/5/2019
10:20
Why do institutions loose other people's money. Standard life sold on Tuesday and now again today, which would have run into a loss of £1m +
1224saj
23/5/2019
10:16
I knew someone would answer that quite correct they wouldn’t but when having lunch and playing golf with it’s bankers they will find out exactly what’s going on
csmwssk12hu
23/5/2019
10:12
No idea I mean wouldn’t one of the largest shareholders be able to speak open and fank to the ceo to find out what’s really going on in the rose garden?
csmwssk12hu
23/5/2019
10:03
Why are they selling I ask myself?
hammopj
23/5/2019
10:02
Standard Life down to 3.9% now, they will be done soon. only 59m left.
rmart
23/5/2019
09:58
Mr £500k buyer has not invested it to lose it!
aladin1033
23/5/2019
09:58
You are mad. Stop posting - your loss will make me sad.
hammopj
23/5/2019
09:53
Absolutely Gareth. I've bought more now hold £28k sit back ignore the trolls
aladin1033
23/5/2019
09:51
Well said Jak and for the record I’m not short this wasn’t short Debenhams Flybe interserve carillion etc just know when pi gonna get shafted it’s so much easier to pick poor run companies than well run
csmwssk12hu
23/5/2019
09:50
Definitely worth a punt at this price , any good news will see this rocket at any moment..and fast.. I'm invested now .
gareth004
23/5/2019
09:46
Pivot point. This is where recovery to 12p or a single digit descent begins. S&P downgrade is a very bad development.
hammopj
23/5/2019
09:39
Other notable achievements in the past year, pick your hotel room for £30, which has increased revenue by £450,000 pa, I wonder how much that cost to do and maintain, increased revenue by 63p per person on flights through offerings, well done you sell a coke for £1.89 to one in every three people
csmwssk12hu
23/5/2019
09:39
Of course the ceo sounds positive, what do you expect him to be?
uknighted
23/5/2019
09:35
Drivel that stuff that comes out of the Annual accounts
csmwssk12hu
23/5/2019
09:32
S&P - exactly. Now watch EULER's move on CI. It's a falling knife now.
hammopj
23/5/2019
09:32
I mean, even shorting this great British company in the first place shows what scum they are when most of the travel industry are getting behind them to help them through this. Total Scum if you are shorting this.
rmart
23/5/2019
09:31
When TC put out a positive statement on the Airline sale or even improved trading, or even more hotels opening, or even that they are keeping the airline and have investment from China the shorters will burn just like they should.
rmart
23/5/2019
09:29
S&P have also downgraded to CCC+ ------------------------------------------------------ *S&PGR Downgrades Thomas Cook To 'CCC+'; Outlook Negative Dow Jones Institutional News DJDN 22 May 2019 13:16 ET Press Release: S&PGR Downgrades Thomas Cook To 'CCC+'; Outlook Negative The following is a press release from S&P Global Ratings: -- U.K.-based tour operator Thomas Cook Group PLC recently reported its interim results. Underlying profitability was materially weaker than we had previously expected, affected by continued soft trading conditions for the tour operators. -- In light of weak trading, material cash outflows, and high leverage, we believe the group's ability to keep meeting its financial commitments in the medium term will be challenged and depend on favorable business, financial, and economic conditions outside of its control, despite agreeing to a new short-term facility that should provide some temporary liquidity headroom. -- We are therefore lowering to 'CCC+' from 'B-' our long-term issuer credit and issue-level ratings on Thomas Cook. -- The negative outlook reflects the possibility that amid soft trading conditions Thomas Cook's performance could continue to deteriorate, weakening earnings, cash flows, and liquidity. LONDON (S&P Global Ratings) May 22, 2019--S&P Global Ratings today took the rating actions listed above. On May 16, 2019, Thomas Cook released interim results reflected further weakening in underlying profitability amid challenging conditions in the tour operator market, which has led to high levels of discounting. The company posted an underlying loss before interests and taxes (EBIT) of GBP245 million, compared to a loss of GBP170 million the year before. Thomas Cook expects this underperformance to continue such that underlying EBIT in second-half financial year ending Sept. 20, 2019 (FY2019) lags the same period last year. Following the first-half results--and with the challenging market environment unlikely to improve, along with pressures from higher fuel and hotel costs--we have revised down our base case expectations. We now anticipate revenues, and to a greater extent, underlying earnings, to both contract in FY2019. We forecast this will lead to negative free operating cash flows (FOCF) in FY2019 and S&P Global Ratings-adjusted leverage to climb to 7x-8x in FY2019, a level which we view as unsustainable. Given this weak trading outlook and high financial leverage, we believe that the group now has reduced headroom for underperformance and will depend on favorable business and financial conditions to continue to meet its financial commitments. We also believe there is a material likelihood of suppliers tightening payment terms. Although we understand suppliers have not materially altered terms to date, we believe the group's ability to absorb this working capital-related liquidity pressure would be limited. Positively, it has announced that it has agreed to a term sheet for GBP300 million of short-term external funding in the form of a secured bank facility. Access to the facility depends on progress in the strategic review of the group's airline, but not on a specific outcome. We therefore envisage full availability of the facility. Absent any further operating setbacks, underperformance relative to our forecast, or a weakening of supplier terms, this should provide Thomas Cook with sufficient liquidity headroom to ensure it can cover the significant seasonal working capital outflow (estimated to be between GBP1.0 billion and GBP1.2 billion) expected during the first quarter of FY2020. As part of the earnings release, Thomas Cook says it has received multiple credible bids for all, or part of, the group's airline. While any potential sale of its airline business could help improve the group's liquidity and funding position, we continue to see execution risk related to this accelerated sale process as high, given overcapacity in the airline sector and that both the valuation and the timing of such a transaction are very uncertain. The negative outlook reflects our opinion that soft market conditions will continue to suppress Thomas Cook's earnings and lead to higher volatility in its cash flows and liquidity in the next six to 12 months, particularly in light of potential stresses on working capital. With the weak trading outlook weak and the group's leverage high, we now believe the group depends on favorable business conditions outside of its control to continue to meet its financial commitments in the medium term. We could lower the ratings in the next 12 months if, in light of soft trading conditions, Thomas Cook's performance continues to deteriorate or suppliers materially alter payment terms, thereby weakening liquidity or leading the group to launch a distressed restructuring transaction. We could revise the outlook back to stable in the next 12 months if Thomas Cook were to sustainably restore its earnings base and generate reported FOCF, thereby enhancing liquidity and reducing leverage to sustainable levels. An outlook revision to stable would also be contingent on Thomas Cook solidifying its competitive standing despite the challenging market conditions. ------------------------------------------------------ JakNife
jaknife
23/5/2019
09:28
You have not learnt much!!
hammopj
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