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Thomas Cook Group plc (TCG.L)


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Previous close99.95
Open100.20
Bid90.30 x 200000
Ask123.00 x 130000
Day's range99.25 - 100.60
52-week range57.85 - 100.60
Volume2,849,150
Avg. volume4,203,177
Market cap1.53B
Beta-0.35
PE ratio (TTM)143.00
EPS (TTM)0.7
Earnings dateN/A
Dividend & yield0.00 (0.00%)
Ex-dividend date2017-03-09
1y target est90.30
  • Reuters - UK Focus25 days ago

    Travel barriers after Brexit risk a return to "medieval age" -Thomas Cook CEO

    The travel industry risks going back to the "medieval age" if its demands are not met when Britain leaves the European Union, tour operator Thomas Cook (Frankfurt: A0MR3W - news) 's chief executive said on Wednesday. Peter Fankhauser said Europe must have a single aviation market and transitional agreements for air traffic rights after Brexit and that it was imperative for the sector to co-ordinate and make its voice heard as negotiations begin. Travel firms and airlines have been vocal on the risks that Brexit poses the industry, with Ryanair chief Michael O'Leary warning that a worst case scenario could see a total end of flights between Britain and the European Union.

  • Reuters25 days ago

    Travel barriers after Brexit risk a return to "medieval age" -Thomas Cook CEO

    The travel industry risks going back to the "medieval age" if its demands are not met when Britain leaves the European Union, tour operator Thomas Cook's chief executive said on Wednesday. Peter Fankhauser said Europe must have a single aviation market and transitional agreements for air traffic rights after Brexit and that it was imperative for the sector to co-ordinate and make its voice heard as negotiations begin. Travel firms and airlines have been vocal on the risks that Brexit poses the industry, with Ryanair chief Michael O'Leary warning that a worst case scenario could see a total end of flights between Britain and the European Union.

  • American City Business Journalslast month

    Phoenix gets flights to Germany

    Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is getting new flights to Frankfurt, Germany. Condor Airlines — which is part of the London-based Thomas Cook Group (TCG.L) — will have flights from Phoenix to Frankfurt on Mondays and Fridays starting next May. Phoenix recently approved some new incentives and fee waivers to try to attract more international service to city-owned Sky Harbor.