GOG.L - The Go-Ahead Group plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
1,865.00
-8.00 (-0.43%)
At close: 4:35PM BST
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Previous close1,873.00
Open1,875.00
Bid1,524.00 x 4000
Ask0.00 x 21500
Day's range1,846.65 - 1,889.00
52-week range1,310.00 - 2,004.00
Volume95,106
Avg. volume162,545
Market cap801.579M
Beta0.09
PE ratio (TTM)8.65
EPS (TTM)215.50
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield1.02 (5.57%)
Ex-dividend date2018-04-05
1y target est1,988.00
  • Reuters10 days ago

    UK's Go-Ahead Group to start on-demand minibus service in Oxford

    British bus and rail company Go-Ahead Group said on Thursday it was launching an on-demand minibus service in Oxford, as it bids to tap into a growing market for technology-led transport alternatives to cars. The pilot scheme will start in east Oxford on June 25, with six buses operating in the English university city which has long battled to reduce congestion.

  • Reuters - UK Focus10 days ago

    UK's Go-Ahead Group to start on-demand minibus service in Oxford

    British bus and rail company Go-Ahead Group said on Thursday it was launching an on-demand minibus service in Oxford, as it bids to tap into a growing market for technology-led transport alternatives to cars. The pilot scheme will start in east Oxford on June 25, with six buses operating in the English university city which has long battled to reduce congestion.

  • Reuters - UK Focus13 days ago

    UK rail companies say fare system should be simplified

    Britain's train operators said they will start a process aimed at simplifying the current system of rail fares which means that customers using UK railways can end up paying more for tickets than they should. The industry body that represents the UK's train operators said on Tuesday that it was beginning a public consultation on fares and ticketing regulation, alongside which it would commission an independent report, before presenting proposals to government for reform. Britain's rail services were privatised in the 1990s and since then different companies have bid to run sections of the network.

  • Smith & Nephew, financials knock FTSE off three-month high
    Reuters17 days ago

    Smith & Nephew, financials knock FTSE off three-month high

    Britain's top share index slipped on Thursday as a tumble in Smith & Nephew's shares and weakness across financials and health stocks dragged the FTSE 100 off a three-month high. Despite a firmer start to trading and a weaker pound, the blue chip FTSE 100 (.FTSE) turned lower and ended the session down 0.54 percent at 7,502.69 points, only slightly outperforming a negative European market. Results dominated trading with sharp falls for some stocks, but investors remained positive on the overall picture for the UK earnings season.

  • Reuters - UK Focus17 days ago

    Smith & Nephew, financials knock FTSE off 3-month high

    Britain's top share index slipped on Thursday as a tumble in Smith & Nephew's shares and weakness across financials and health stocks dragged the FTSE 100 off a three-month high. Despite a firmer start to trading and a weaker pound, the blue chip FTSE 100 turned lower and ended the session down 0.54 percent at 7,502.69 points, only slightly outperforming a negative European market.

  • Reuters - UK Focus18 days ago

    Commodities help Britain's FTSE outperform while Smith & Nephew tumbles

    A strong outlook from miner Glencore and gains in oil stocks provided the bedrock for British shares to outperform stock markets on the continent on Thursday. Mining and energy stocks helped the FTSE stay ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus18 days ago

    BUZZ-Go-Ahead: Shares drop after Deutsche Bank downgrade

    ** Transport group Go-Ahead's shares down 7 pct, stock top pct loser on FTSE 250 ** Deutsche Bank cuts rating on stock to "hold" from "buy"; cuts PT to 1,840 pence from 2,340 pence ...

  • Reuters24 days ago

    British rail franchising model is 'broken' - parliamentary committee

    Britain's model of contracting companies to run rail services is broken and the government should review it before awarding any more franchises, a parliamentary committee said on Friday in findings rejected by the Department for Transport. It highlighted recent problems with two franchises - one in London and southeast England, the other linking London and Edinburgh - to illustrate what it called the government's "completely inadequate" management of rail contracts. "The franchising model is broken and passengers are paying the price," said Meg Hillier, chair of the cross-party Public Accounts Committee (PAC).

  • Reuters - UK Focus24 days ago

    British rail franchising model is "broken" -UK parliamentary committee

    Britain's model of contracting companies to run rail services is broken and the government should review it before awarding any more franchises, a parliamentary committee said on Friday. It highlighted recent problems with two franchises - one in London and southeast England, the other linking London and Edinburgh - to illustrate what it called the government's "completely inadequate" management of rail contracts. "The franchising model is broken and passengers are paying the price," said Meg Hillier, chair of the cross-party Public Accounts Committee (PAC).

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  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    BUZZ-Go-Ahead: bouncing back

    ** Go-Ahead jumps 13%, set for biggest one-day rise since April 2008 - albeit after heavy recent falls ** H1 PBT £79.7 mln ** "GOG has delivered a 1H beat, though due to London Midland's final contributions. ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 months ago

    Go-Ahead targets growth abroad after strikes hit UK rail arm

    British transport company Go-Ahead Group aims to make 15-20 percent of its profit abroad within five years, it said on Thursday, as it forecast further challenges at home where its Southern rail business has been hit by strikes. The company said slowing growth in passenger revenues at its rail business in southeast England was set to continue amid a squeeze on consumer incomes, cutting its profitability expectations for its rail division in its new financial year. For the year ended July 1, group operating profit fell by 7.4 percent drop to 150.6 million pounds ($196 million), hit by the strikes and one-off costs at its bus business.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 months ago

    Go-Ahead targets overseas growth as domestic strikes hit profit

    Transport company Go-Ahead Group has set a target of generating 15 percent to 20 percent of its profit from outside the United Kingdom within five years, it said on Thursday. The British company, which lowered its full-year profit forecast in February after strikes on Southern railways, said its operating profit fell to 150.6 million pounds ($196 million) for the year ended July 1 from 162.6 million pounds.

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 months ago

    Britain's Go-Ahead Group loses West Midlands franchise after a decade

    British transport group Go-Ahead on Thursday failed in its bid to retain its West Midlands rail franchise after running the network in central England for 10 years. Govia, Go-Ahead's venture with Keolis, ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus11 months ago

    Go-Ahead reiterates full-year profit guidance

    British transport company Go-Ahead Group Plc said on Thursday it was on track to meet its full-year profit forecast as strong bus passenger numbers in some regions offset still slow revenue growth at Southern railways following strike action. The company, which lowered its full-year profit outlook in February blaming repeated strike action on Southern railway, said Southern services had stabilised in the last five months but more strike action was planned.

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