FGP.L - Firstgroup plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
129.74
+1.54 (+1.20%)
As of 4:08PM GMT. Market open.
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Previous close128.20
Open127.60
Bid129.70 x 0
Ask129.90 x 0
Day's range127.30 - 132.40
52-week range78.30 - 138.80
Volume2,104,635
Avg. volume1,969,378
Market cap1.577B
Beta (3Y monthly)0.79
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-5.50
Earnings date14 Nov 2019
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date2013-01-09
1y target est99.10
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    UK competition watchdog probes award of West Coast rail franchise

    Last month, units TrenItalia UK and First Rail secured the British rail franchise that links London, Manchester and Glasgow. FirstGroup already operates the Great Western, South Western and TransPennine Express franchises. The investigation, which follows the European Commission's decision to refer the case to the United Kingdom, will consider whether the award of the rail franchise could lead to competition concerns, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) said.

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    The Sunday Telegraph newspaper reported earlier that the rail and bus operator was poised to offload part of its bus business to its own managers, months after it said it planned to spin off its UK bus arm. "There are a number of potential outcomes for the separation of First Bus from the group and we are currently pursuing these options," the spokesman said in a statement.

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    FIRSTGROUP PLC - Confirmation of West Coast Partnership award

    Further to the announcement on 14 August 2019, FirstGroup plc and Trenitalia UK Ltd are pleased to announce that the Department for Transport yesterday (28 August 2019) formally signed the new West Coast Partnership agreement with our 70:30 joint venture First Trenitalia West Coast Rail Limited, following the customary ‘standstill period’ of at least ten days. As with other UK rail franchise awards, a ‘phase one review’ of the award will also be carried out by the Competition and Markets Authority. The new Partnership will operate from 8 December 2019.

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    FIRSTGROUP PLC - Directorate Change

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    The award of the West Coast Mainline contract to a joint venture 70% owned by First and 30% by Italy's TrenItalia marks the end of Richard Branson's Virgin Group involvement with Britain's railways after more than 20 years. Virgin's West Coast partner Stagecoach was disqualified from bidding for the new contract after it did not comply with rules over pension funding. FirstGroup Chief Executive Officer Matthew Gregory said the joint venture was committed to delivering a range of improvements on the West Coast mainline, which he said had been one of the most consistently successful franchises over the last 20 years.

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    FIRSTGROUP PLC - Statement re West Coast Partnership award

    FirstGroup plc and Trenitalia UK Ltd welcome today’s announcement by the Department for Transport (‘DfT’) of its intention to award the new West Coast Partnership (‘the Partnership’) to our 70:30 joint venture First Trenitalia West Coast Rail Limited (‘First Trenitalia’). The new Partnership will operate from 8 December 2019 and comprises two distinct phases.

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