|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's range||783.00 - 822.43|
|52-week range||390.20 - 2,308.91|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||1.57|
|PE ratio (TTM)||5.80|
|Earnings date||10 Sep 2020|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|Ex-dividend date||26 Mar 2020|
|1y target est||1,982.78|
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Shares in Go-ahead (LON:GOG) are currently trading at 859.5 but a key question for investors is how the economic uncertainty caused by Coronavirus will affect...
Britain's Go-Ahead Group <GOG.L> warned that the impact of the novel coronavirus would hit profits this year, and uncertainty around the use of public transport once lockdown eases means it cannot provide guidance on its new financial year. In Britain, Go-Ahead's main market, the government is providing financial support to companies who operate public transport so they keep services running despite lower use during the coronavirus pandemic. A rail contract in Germany was challenging and would also drag on profit, hampered by driver shortages and reliability issues.
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The government late on Thursday agreed additional funding for the industry that will be paid to operators over the next 12 weeks. Go-Ahead, which has more than 2,000 buses in operation in London and also manages a number of services in other UK cities, said fare revenue had sunk by 90% as a result of the shutdowns.
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Britain's rail network will operate half its normal service during the coronavirus crisis, the government and rail industry body said on Friday, and Heathrow Airport's operations will shrink as more of the country goes into a partial shutdown. From Monday, trains will only run on core services, equivalent to about half the passenger trains on a normal weekday, to reflect the drop-off in demand as more and more Britons work from home and stop travelling. Heathrow Airport, the country's biggest, also said on Friday that it would partially shut down some operations after coronavirus brought most air travel to a standstill.
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Train and bus operator Go-Ahead Group <GOG.L> warned its profits could be hurt by coronavirus but said so far it had seen minimal impact on demand. "At this moment in time it is not affecting us, not in any dramatic way because people haven't changed their travel patterns yet," CEO David Brown said in an interview on Thursday. Go-Ahead operates the GTR rail network in London and south east England, as well as London buses and buses in other parts of the UK.
British transport company Go-Ahead Group warned that coronavirus is likely to impact travel patterns, without saying how, as it guided that annual profit would be slightly lower than expected, hit by bad weather in recent weeks. Go-Ahead, which runs rail and bus services in the UK, Norway and Germany, said that its UK regional bus business would be less profitable than expected over the full-year due to higher costs and the impact of storms which reduced travel demand. Coronavirus could hurt its finances further in the second half of its financial year which runs to 27 June.
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The company said on Thursday it had seen driver and engineering costs rise in its regional bus unit and was working to lower expenses and address underperforming areas of the business. Go-Ahead, which operates bus services in the UK, Ireland and Singapore, said this would result in one-off restructuring costs in the first half of the year, sending its shares more than 6% lower to 2,136 pence and pushing rival Stagecoach's <SGC.L> share price into the red too. Go-Ahead, with a fleet of nearly 6,000 buses and about 23% share of London's busy bus market, said it had withdrawn its X90 Oxford to London coach service as the competitive environment prevented it from making enough money.
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