TCG.F - Thomas Cook Group plc

Frankfurt - Frankfurt Delayed price. Currency in EUR
1.13
-0.00 (-0.44%)
At close: 4:34PM CEST
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Previous close1.13
Open1.14
Bid0.00 x 1100000
Ask0.00 x 1100000
Day's range1.13 - 1.20
52-week range1.10 - 1.69
Volume7,250
Avg. volume7,428
Market cap1.743B
Beta0.92
PE ratio (TTM)51.36
EPS (TTM)0.02
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.01 (1.16%)
Ex-dividend date2018-03-08
1y target estN/A
  • Thomas Cook tours City to find chairman Meysman’s successor
    Sky News7 days ago

    Thomas Cook tours City to find chairman Meysman’s successor

    Thomas Cook (Frankfurt: A0MR3W - news) has kicked off a search for a successor to the chairman who helped steer it back from the brink of financial collapse but also oversaw the public relations disaster of its response to the deaths of two children in its care. Sky News has learnt that the FTSE-250 tour operator has hired Egon Zehnder International, the boardroom headhunter, to identify potential candidates to replace Frank Meysman. Mr Meysman has held the role since December 2011, and is not under pressure from shareholders to step down.

  • Reuters - UK Focus7 days ago

    Dart Group soars as its Jet2 brands power profit upgrade

    Dart Group (Other OTC: DRTGF - news) , the owner of British airline and tour operator Jet2, said annual profit this year would substantially exceed market forecasts as Britons book more holidays, sending its shares soaring. Shares (Berlin: DI6.BE - news) in Dart rocketed 34 percent to 995 pence at 0845 GMT, hitting an all time-high, after the group which runs Britain's third biggest airline in terms of passenger numbers behind easyJet and British Airways, posted its confident outlook. Analysts who cover the stock upgraded their forecast for pretax profit by an average of 55 percent, taking the new consensus forecast for the year to March 31 2019 to about 175 million pounds ($231 million).

  • Names and flight details exposed in Thomas Cook customer data breach
    Sky News9 days ago

    Names and flight details exposed in Thomas Cook customer data breach

    Travel firm Thomas Cook (Frankfurt: A0MR3W - news) has admitted a data breach which exposed the names, email addresses, and flight details of customers. The breach was conducted by Roy Solberg, a Norwegian security researcher, who blogged about accessing customer data through vulnerabilities which he reported and have since been fixed. Thomas Cook suggested that Mr Solberg was the only person to exploit the security issue and that fewer than 100 bookings were accessed.

  • Is Thomas Cook Group plc’s (LON:TCG) Balance Sheet A Threat To Its Future?
    Simply Wall St.27 days ago

    Is Thomas Cook Group plc’s (LON:TCG) Balance Sheet A Threat To Its Future?

    Small and large cap stocks are widely popular for a variety of reasons, however, mid-cap companies such as Thomas Cook Group plc (LON:TCG), with a market cap of UK£1.71b, oftenRead More...

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Emirates starts London Stansted flights as rival airports near capacity

    A first Emirates flight between Dubai and Britain's Stansted Airport touched down on Friday, making it the first scheduled long-haul airline to fly to London's third busiest airport as the city's two bigger hubs are almost full. The UK government wants to expand Heathrow Airport, the busiest in London, Britain and Europe, but a new runway won't be ready until 2026, which Stansted said will give it an opportunity to grow its connections to the rest of the world.

  • Thomas Cook to Scrap ‘Sex & Sangria’ Beach Parties by Next Year
    Bloomberg2 months ago

    Thomas Cook to Scrap ‘Sex & Sangria’ Beach Parties by Next Year

    Thomas Cook Group Plc said this summer will be the last for its Club 18-30 brand, which has lured generations of Britons with the promise of sun, free-flowing alcohol and a high likelihood of a holiday hookup. While the allure of spring break-style mayhem proved irresistible to the youth of the 1980s and 1990s, today’s millennials want a more upscale experience -- or at least feel the need to suggest that they do in their social media accounts, according to the 175-year-old tour operator. Thomas Cook said early this week that 18-30 would be offloaded or closed and the company told Bloomberg Thursday that while 2018’s holidays will go ahead as planned, that will be the end of the line.

  • Sun sets on Club 18-30 as Thomas Cook pulls plug
    Sky News2 months ago

    Sun sets on Club 18-30 as Thomas Cook pulls plug

    Club 18-30 will enjoy its final fling this summer after Thomas Cook (Frankfurt: A0MR3W - news) said it was to discontinue the sun, sex and booze brand. It comes days after Thomas Cook disclosed that it was "exploring options" for Club 18-30. Thomas Cook has switched focus with the launch of a new brand called Cook's Club, offering popular DJs and upmarket cocktails.

  • Thomas Cook ditches rowdy "Club 18-30" for something more stylish
    Reuters2 months ago

    Thomas Cook ditches rowdy "Club 18-30" for something more stylish

    Thomas Cook (TCG.L) is abandoning its raucous "Club 18-30" brand to target an image-conscious audience wanting more stylish holidays, the British tour operator said on Thursday. Thomas Cook, set up in 1841 and a pioneer of package holidays, said demand for holidays in Turkey, Greece and Egypt would help it meet forecasts this year. Looking to secure future growth, the company said it would launch up to 15 new hotels by next summer under the name "Cook's Club", a cheaper version of its up-market Casa Cook business, to attract style-conscious holidaymakers on a lower budget.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Thomas Cook ditches rowdy "Club 18-30" for something more stylish

    Thomas Cook (Frankfurt: A0MR3W - news) is abandoning its raucous "Club 18-30" brand to target an image-conscious audience wanting more stylish holidays, the British tour operator said on Thursday. Thomas Cook, set up in 1841 and a pioneer of package holidays, said demand for holidays in Turkey, Greece and Egypt would help it meet forecasts this year. Looking to secure future growth, the company said it would launch up to 15 new hotels by next summer under the name "Cook's Club", a cheaper version of its up-market Casa Cook business, to attract style-conscious holidaymakers on a lower budget.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Thomas Cook says on track to meet annual forecasts

    British holiday company Thomas Cook said it was on track to deliver results in line with forecasts for the year after customers took more holidays to Egypt and long-haul destinations, improving its first-half ...

  • Club 18-30 could be heading for departure lounge
    Sky News2 months ago

    Club 18-30 could be heading for departure lounge

    Club 18-30 could be heading for the departure lounge as its traditional heady mix of sun, sex and alcohol looks increasingly out of kilter with the tastes of young holidaymakers. Travel operator Thomas Cook (Frankfurt: A0MR3W - news) has confirmed it is "exploring options" after reports that it could sell the brand, which once boasted about 100,000 guests a year. Founded in 1965, Club 18-30 still boasts of "hosting the wildest party holidays" to destinations such as Ayia Napa, Kavos and Magaluf.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    BUZZ-Thomas Cook: Shares soar after Credit Suisse upgrades

    ** Shares of British travel company Thomas Cook up 5 pct; stock among top pct gainers on the FTSE Midcap Index ** Credit Suisse upgrades rating on stock to "outperform" from "neutral"; ...

  • EQS Group3 months ago

    How Thomas Cook Achieved a Fivefold Increase in Traffic by Implementing BRIDGE Store Locators

    London, England--(Newsfile Corp. - April 10, 2018) - Thomas Cook, the pioneer of package holidays, completed its digital transformation at the end of 2016 by implementing the BRIDGE Store Locator for both Jet Tours and Thomas Cook France. Its three core objectives were to optimise the online visibility of its agencies, to generate traffic and qualified leads, and to improve the experience and satisfaction level of customers from the initial online search through to their appearance in the physical travel agency. Each of Thomas Cook France's 450 travel agencies was given a dedicated Local Page within the Store Locator, which are optimised for local SEO.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Condor grounds Laudamotion deal after Ryanair takeover

    German airline Condor said it will end its sales partnership with Laudamotion this month, after the Austrian airline agreed to be bought by Ryanair (RYA.I). Condor, part of the Thomas Cook Group (TCG.L), signed a deal in February to help the new airline, which mostly comprises the former Niki operations of insolvent Air Berlin, get up and running plus offering its own customers greater choice.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Condor grounds Laudamotion deal after Ryanair takeover

    Condor, part of the Thomas Cook Group, signed a deal in February to help the new airline, which mostly comprises the former Niki operations of insolvent Air Berlin (LSE: 0GPE.L - news) , get up and running plus offering its own customers greater choice. After that, we will focus on growing Condor and the Thomas Cook Group Airlines, especially in Germany," Christoph Debus, chief airline officer of the Thomas Cook Group, said in a statement on Monday.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    easyJet expands push into long-haul connections

    British budget airline easyJet said it was expanding its long haul connections business, adding seven new airports and airline Thomas Cook , to offer more customers the chance to buy connecting flights ...

  • Travel firms 'fail' to give Brexit holiday clarity to customers
    Sky News4 months ago

    Travel firms 'fail' to give Brexit holiday clarity to customers

    British holidaymakers booking trips within the EU after Brexit are being urged to check the small print amid claims travel firms are failing to clarify their rights. There have been warnings, most prominently from Ryanair's chief executive Michael O'Leary, that flights could be grounded in that eventuality because UK operators would no longer come under the single market for aviation.

  • How vinyl is helping revive the high street
    Sky News4 months ago

    How vinyl is helping revive the high street

    Five years ago a team of retail experts published a report for Westminster about the future of Britain's high streets. Now (Frankfurt: 11N.F - news) , they say, is the right time to do it again. For years out of town retail parks and online shopping have accelerated the demise of the British high street. Bill Grimsey, former CEO of Wickes, Iceland and Booker, is the lead author of the report.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Thomas Cook Airlines boss hopes for Brexit transition period

    Thomas Cook Airlines (TCG.L) believes a transition period following Britain's exit from the European Union is important to allow time to clarify new rules regarding flying rights, ownership and safety regulations, an executive said. "The clock is ticking," Christoph Debus, head of the travel group's airline business, told Reuters in an interview at the ITB travel trade fair. British airlines currently have unlimited flying rights to, from and within the European Union as part of an EU's single aviation market.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Thomas Cook launches fund to develop more own-brand hotels

    British travel company Thomas Cook has set up a 150 million pound ($208 million) hotel fund as part of a plan to raise margins through new own-branded hotels. Thomas Cook, the company that pioneered the package holiday concept when it was set up in 1841, makes better margins from hotels which it owns and which tend to be higher-end and generate better customer loyalty. While the company sends holidaymakers to about 3,000 hotels across in destinations from the Mediterranean to the Caribbean and elsewhere, only about 190 of the properties are own-brand hotels operating under the names Casa Cook, Sunprime, and Sentido amongst others.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    Thomas Cook launches fund to develop more own-brand hotels

    British travel company Thomas Cook has set up a 150 million pound ($208 million) hotel fund as part of a plan to raise margins through new Thomas Cook-branded hotels. Thomas Cook (Frankfurt: A0MR3W - news) , the company that pioneered the package holiday concept when it was set up in 1841, makes better margins from eponymous hotels that it owns and which tend to be higher-end and generate better customer loyalty. While the company sends holidaymakers to about 3,000 hotels across in destinations from the Mediterranean to the Caribbean and elsewhere, only about 190 of the properties are Thomas Cook or Casa Cook branded.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    Tunisia sees record tourist numbers in 2018 as attack effect fades

    Tourist numbers to Tunisia will hit a record high this year, fully reversing the damage inflicted on the sector by attacks on holidaymakers in 2015, the tourism minister said on Wednesday. After three years of shunning Tunisia in the wake of a gun attack on a beach in Sousse that killed 39 tourists and one at the Bardo National Museum in Tunis that killed 21, major European tour operators have started to return. "We aim to receive 8 million tourists this year with strong booking rates from European customers and other new customers," Tourism Minister Salma Loumi said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    Owner of budget airline Jet2.com sees profits 'materially ahead'

    The owner of British budget airline Jet2.com said annual profit would be "materially ahead" of current expectations as pricing in the holiday market strengthened, lifting its shares. Parent company Dart said on Monday its profit for the twelve months ending March 31, 2018, would be boosted by "a more normalised pricing environment" for flights and holidays following a previous period of heavy discounting. Jet2.com, which last summer was Britain's fourth largest airline by passenger numbers and also sells holidays, would have benefited from the collapse of rival travel firm Monarch last year.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    Lauda teams up with Condor to sell flights for Niki relaunch

    Niki Lauda has teamed up with German holiday airline Condor to sell flights for Laudamotion, the airline created after he bought Austrian carrier Niki out of insolvency. * Lauda agreed a deal to buy Niki, ...

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