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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 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
21:29
Jak why post here? I'll ask you the same w as csm, you dont hold you think its going zero why post? Why waste your time ? Ermm do you think we were born yesterday?
aladin1033
23/5/2019
21:26
Csm why do you post here? Its going to admin right? You don't hold why do you constantly post? Why not use your time to post in stocks you hold? I'll tell you why matey! Because you're shorting it! You're a sad individual
aladin1033
23/5/2019
21:25
aladin1033, re your 10,606: "What part of we have the support of our lending banks do you not understand?" This quote is from Interserve's 2018 preliminary results: "This proposal has been achieved following a long period of intensive negotiation and has the support of our financial stakeholders and UK Government." see: Https://www.investegate.co.uk/interserve-plc--irv-/rns/full-year-results-2018/201902270858162591R/ This was published on 27 Feb 2019. within less than a month Interserve was administration and the equity was a complete zero. So please explain, what exactly is the point that you're trying to make? JakNife
jaknife
23/5/2019
21:21
No you can read them I posted there warning of the impending doom but was also ridiculed, let’s face it Flybe was just weird trading at 5p with a 1p bid lunarcy
csmwssk12hu
23/5/2019
21:19
Read the rns first step in our refinancing plans doesnt say that in the tcg rns, you're a fool with nothing better to do and i am 100% sure you lost your shirt in deb and or flybe this is totally different
aladin1033
23/5/2019
21:15
Tuesday 12th feb 2019 Debenhams has secured a cash injection of £40m, giving it more time to arrange a longer-term refinancing and store closure plan. The ailing department store chain, which has 165 outlets and employs 25,000 people, has been battling to reach a deal with its banks and bondholders after a difficult Christmas capped off a lacklustre 2018, during which it issued three profit warnings. Sergio Bucher, the chief executive, hailed the new 12-month credit facility as a “first step in our refinancing process”. They was no shareholders within three months
csmwssk12hu
23/5/2019
21:11
So did Debenhams, interserve and carillion
csmwssk12hu
23/5/2019
21:07
What part of we have the support of our lending banks do you not understand? Loss?? Im in profit mt average is 11p you muppet
aladin1033
23/5/2019
21:06
Thank you for your email. We understand your concerns, particularly given the heavy sell-off recently. The management team and the Board understand the gravity of the situation and are working hard to secure the business for the future. There are no plans for a bond for equity swap at this time. We have taken a number of proactive steps in recent months to strengthen our financial position. We have the support of our lending banks and major shareholders, and just last week we agreed a term sheet to provide additional funding over our winter cash low period. With regards to the airline we have received multiple bids for all and part of the group airline and are currently assessing the bids received, we want to ensure we best value for our shareholders so we are taking the time to ensure we get the right result from the strategic review. Kind Regards Alex
aladin1033
23/5/2019
20:53
I get the feeling aladin and oil is good are the same, think you got mixed up with your logins as you asked the question and answered it with the same user name 😂😂😂
csmwssk12hu
23/5/2019
20:49
oilisgold23 May '19 - 20:28 x10584 0 4 0 Yes very amusing. No one these days pays the debt off in full.....was laughing my head off. Some very Naive posters here. Debt as long as its managed , is not a major issue. aladin103323 May '19 - 20:31 x 10585 0 1 0 Oilisgold do you have a link to the £420m offer? aladin103323 May '19 - 20:33 x 10586 0 1 0 We wont get an rns with an offer as there are multiple bidders so they should not know about what the other has offered, only when they sign something binding will we know but it can be quick
csmwssk12hu
23/5/2019
20:44
rakepat37, re your 10,596: "What are Thomas assets worth ..." Less than the total debt that Thomas Cook has! JakNife
jaknife
23/5/2019
20:43
oilisgold, re your 10,584: "Debt as long as its managed , is not a major issue." It's almost as if you haven't read the accounts and are unaware that Thomas Cook are already in technical default on the bank debt. The default has been waived as the banks are following the London Approach. JakNife
jaknife
23/5/2019
20:32
Sorry, yes I see I missed that one :-(
1224saj
23/5/2019
20:18
Saj they have two major bonds, one of them dropped 25% today
csmwssk12hu
23/5/2019
20:17
The debt is not manageable hence the 35p in the pound bond prices, hence the 12p share price, hence the share price didn’t soar today on news they are selling off even more silver, by telling people these will be 25p 40p 50p next week as they will have hundreds of millions to spend as they wish from selling parts of the business off you are misleading people , you haven’t got a clue what the share price will be next week, neither have I, However I do believe in the not to distant future these as a share will not exist as there will be no debt for equity it will be a flat pack, the banks are forcing tcg to sell off the profitable businesses to try and get as much money back for them as possible, these same lenders have decided they will only get 35p in the pound if they are lucky hence why the one trade on the bonds today was priced at a 65% discount and resulted in a £1.3m loss on the issue price of £2m, now that’s a bit more than your £33k, what you are doing is trying to sucker people in to get the price up so you can recoup your own losses, good luck to those who are long your going to need it, those short are like the lions around a wounded zebra, it’s not dead yet but it will be soon enough imho dyor
csmwssk12hu
23/5/2019
20:17
What are Thomas assets worth ...
rakepat37
23/5/2019
20:15
Slight drop in bond value today, down 0.113%
1224saj
23/5/2019
20:12
For some of the posters on here. Let me explain the rule on multiples. 1 is 1. 2 is a couple. 3 is a few. 4+ is several. Multi is 10+ So when the posters are trying to guess what's in the sealed bids for any part of the business, the above will help your crystal ball gazing :-)
1224saj
23/5/2019
20:06
We have some muppets who think you can sell major parts of business and go spending the money, if they pull £500m in through sales the banks they owe money to will lower the amount they can borrow by £500m it’s not rocket science, you seem to think they can sell the businesses off and still owe out £1.5bn 😂 😂😂
csmwssk12hu
23/5/2019
20:03
So a bidding war then
petersmith6
23/5/2019
20:02
What city analysts???
hammopj
23/5/2019
19:43
rmart..watch tommorow ; )
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