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
  +0.052p +0.61% 8.618p 8.12p 8.692p 9.28p 7.60p 8.60p 17,359,852 16:35:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 9,584.0 -53.0 -10.6 - 126

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23/5/2019
13:43
Fantastic news ! Well done TCG
kirk 6
23/5/2019
13:43
Burnnn hahaha spread the word on twitter lads
aladin1033
23/5/2019
13:43
I told you all a bid of this nature was imminent. Early days though...
hammopj
23/5/2019
13:42
Heading to 20p boom
aladin1033
23/5/2019
13:41
Ha ha straight to auction, burn the shorters!
rmart
23/5/2019
13:41
This has to be rns'd even if not finalised as they have began discussions several Hundred million hmm 700m 800m ? Mmm
aladin1033
23/5/2019
13:40
Did somebody mention a breakout north? a lot closer to 15p than 7.5p now Hammy dear
upsondowns
23/5/2019
13:39
Getting interesting lads. Strap in.
technicalinveztor
23/5/2019
13:39
Wow fantastic news rising now Europe’s largest buyout firms has approached Thomas Cook Group about a takeover of its Nordic airline and tour operator that could help the British company improve its fragile financial outlook. Sky News has learnt that Triton, which bought the travel company Sunweb Group last December, is in talks with Thomas Cook about a deal. Sources said on Thursday that the discussions were at an early stage, and cautioned that they might not result in an agreement. If completed, the transaction being considered would see Thomas Cook offloading a business which holds market leading status - or close to it - in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden. The group's Nordic operations trade under the brands Ving, Tjareborg and Spies, and collectively employ roughly 20% of Thomas Cook's 21,000-strong workforce. They serve about 1.5m customers annually. The precise valuation attached to a deal is unclear, although one insider said the sale of its Nordic airline and tour operator was likely to be worth "several hundred million pounds".
aladin1033
23/5/2019
13:34
Triton flies in with offer for Thomas Cook’s Nordic arm hxxps://news.sky.com/story/triton-flies-in-with-offer-for-thomas-cook8217s-nordic-arm-11726750
tonysss13
23/5/2019
13:31
Ok lady boy in your dream world they get £300m for the Airline the debt drops to £1.2bn, they can borrow £300m more they are losing £300m a year how do they function? Selling the airline for a billion probably won’t save them, you seem to struggle with basic maths they are losing obscene amounts of money everyday, they are spending money they haven’t got buying hotels and doing them up but most importantly there is no upturn in business in sight, quite the opposite the true figures of debt is it has grown from £380m at end of September to £1.5bn now if that’s the true rate of cash burn that is closer £6m per day so your £300m gets you 50 days, you don’t think suppliers are working this one out?
csmwssk12hu
23/5/2019
13:29
I really don’t know why. Best ignore. Even with a large seller they can get it down much. When the seller is done they will disappear too as the share price rises.
rmart
23/5/2019
13:27
Omg this idiot keeps on saying the bank will call in the loans once the airline is sold but ignores the part of the rns where it says they will get a £300m bank facility once its sold haha man why tje hell am i debating with thickos
aladin1033
23/5/2019
13:25
Year to Sep 2018 Total group revenue £9584m Airline revenue £3519m (36.7%) Total group profit sorry loss £163m of which Airline profit £129m Hence without airline loss would have been £292m Without airline you have £6bn sales losing £292m per year, like I said the other day nearly £1m per day with no upturn in sight dyor you need to read their accounts Sep 2017 net debt £40m Sep 2018 net debt £389m Now its £1.5bn! Totally unsustainable you keep going on about opening hotels how are they going to pay for them, a good ceo would have knocked those ideas on the head at least a year ago not carried on with head in the sand he has destroyed a 150 year old business, it will survive in the form of a pre pack imho dyor
csmwssk12hu
23/5/2019
13:22
Luke typo you know what i mean. 0.13 I say 50p in less than 2 months but i see it in days with the righ news
aladin1033
23/5/2019
13:20
You ask for example of why there is a trouble brewing I have below post two days ago to jog memory You keep saying they can sell the Airline for 300-400 million and then keep trading you do realise the Airline is the most profitable part of the business? You do realise that they need £1.5bn to clear debt? You do realise they are losing money everyday on top? You do realise that when they sell the Airline they no longer have that profit coming in, instead they then have to pay a premium to use it just like a sale and leaseback on a property? You also understand that they were debt free six years ago so have on average consistently lost £5.6m per week for the last six years, assuming that rate the debt will be going up another £24m per month at least as we speak, delusional springs to mind, ideally they need £1.5bn for the Airline, at least £1bn most likely just to keep functioning, once they sell that Airline the banks and bond holders will call in loans to get there money back, the debt will have fallen but TCG will not have a magic pot of money imho dyor
csmwssk12hu
23/5/2019
13:20
0.013 is a loss :)
lukehold
23/5/2019
13:20
More news on th new hotels in China soon, so much news in the pipeline, 50p in less than 2 months a given!
aladin1033
23/5/2019
13:19
There is no clear bull case alad, I think you mean bear
csmwssk12hu
23/5/2019
13:18
One thing about these trolls is they have absolutely no shame, another troll is ukknighted told me i was mad for buying edl at 0.05 i sold 1-2 weeks later for 0.013 they are truly shameless
aladin1033
23/5/2019
13:18
Staggering to think this time last year these hit 149, since then they have lost almost £2bn in mcap, why is that? Could it be the debt is up £1.4bn and rising daily, possibly I suppose
csmwssk12hu
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