|Bid||1,524.00 x 4000|
|Ask||0.00 x 21500|
|Day's range||1,560.36 - 1,629.00|
|52-week range||1,310.00 - 1,952.00|
|PE ratio (TTM)||7.56|
|Forward dividend & yield||1.02 (6.36%)|
|1y target est||1,977.78|
** 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. ...
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.
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.
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, ...
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.
The following FTSE 100 companies will go ex-dividend on Thursday, after which investors will no longer qualify for the latest dividend payout. According to Reuters calculations at current market prices, ...
Britain's RMT transport union said on Tuesday its members would go on strike on rail networks across the country on April 8, the day of this year's Grand National steeplechase, in the latest action in a dispute over who should open and close train doors. The union said its workers on Merseyrail in northwest England, which runs rail links to the Aintree race course where the Grand National race is staged, would stage a 24-hour walkout after talks broke down with employers. "RMT recognises the severe impact that the action will have on Grand National Day but we are dealing with an employer that refuses to listen or engage with the union on the critical issue of safe rail operation," RMT General Secretary Mick Cash said in a statement.