TCG.L - Thomas Cook Group plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
115.10
+0.70 (+0.61%)
As of 8:48AM BST. Market open.
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Previous close114.40
Open115.00
Bid115.10 x 200000
Ask115.20 x 130000
Day's range114.60 - 115.50
52-week range87.75 - 150.00
Volume73,573
Avg. volume6,414,573
Market cap1.764B
Beta-0.20
PE ratio (TTM)71.94
EPS (TTM)1.60
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.01 (1.03%)
Ex-dividend date2018-03-08
1y target est144.69
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  • Thomas Cook to Scrap ‘Sex & Sangria’ Beach Parties by Next Year
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  • Thomas Cook ditches rowdy "Club 18-30" for something more stylish
    Reuterslast month

    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 Focuslast month

    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 Focuslast month

    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 ...

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  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    BUZZ-Thomas Cook: Shares soar after Credit Suisse upgrades

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  • EQS Group2 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.

  • Reuters2 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 Focus2 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.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Ryanair says flight cancellations due to Portugal cabin crew strike possible

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  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Ryanair says flight cancellations due to Portugal cabin crew strike possible

    Ryanair cannot rule out flight cancellations due to a planned cabin crew strike in Portugal during the Easter holidays but expects any disruptions to be small, its chief executive said at a news conference in Vienna on Wednesday. Portuguese union representatives have said the strikes are motivated by below-par labour conditions, including disciplinary processes and threats for not reaching in-flight sales objectives. Asked whether there will by flight cancellations, Ryanair Chief Executive Michael O'Leary, who was in Vienna to promote the Laudamotion cooperation, said: "It depends on how many disruptions there are.

  • Reuters3 months ago

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  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    easyJet expands push into long-haul connections

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  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Niki Lauda's new airline to cooperate with Lufthansa

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  • Reuters3 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.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Thomas Cook Airlines boss hopes for Brexit transition period

    Thomas Cook Airlines 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.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Fraport CEO - Europe routes to drive Frankfurt airport growth in 2018

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