TCG.L - Thomas Cook Group plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
128.90
+1.80 (+1.42%)
At close: 4:35PM GMT
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Previous close127.10
Open127.90
Bid82.00 x 200000
Ask145.50 x 130000
Day's range126.80 - 129.00
52-week range82.59 - 132.20
Volume2,459,741
Avg. volume4,312,563
Market cap1.975B
Beta-0.13
PE ratio (TTM)161.12
EPS (TTM)0.80
Earnings date8 Feb 2018
Forward dividend & yield0.00 (0.00%)
Ex-dividend date2017-03-09
1y target est117.42
  • Reutersyesterday

    In battle for Austrian airline Niki, Lauda woos employees

    In the battle for insolvent Austrian airline Niki, its founder Niki Lauda sought to woo employees in an open letter on Wednesday by promising jobs to all current staff. An agreed sale of Niki to British Airways owner IAG (ICAG.L), brokered by Niki's German administrator, was thrown into doubt last week by two court rulings saying Austria was the relevant jurisdiction for the insolvency proceedings. This paved the way for former Formula One world champion Lauda to bid again for the airline he founded in 2003, but which most recently was part of failed airline Air Berlin (AB1.DE), itself bought by Lufthansa (LHAG.DE).

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Thomas Cook partners with fintech firm for pay-per-day travel insurance

    British travel company Thomas Cook (TCG.L) has partnered with fintech firm Revolut to launch a "pay-per-day" travel insurance service which automatically provides users with medical cover by tracking their location through their mobile phones. Revolut, the digital bank start-up, said it could pinpoint customers' location through its app technology and automatically turn on the coverage when required, starting at less than 1 pound ($1.38) a day. "We wanted to create a type of insurance that uses technology to help our customers and only cover you on the days you actually needed to be covered," Revolut CEO Nikolay Storonsky said in a statement.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    Thomas Cook partners with fintech firm for pay-per-day travel insurance

    British travel company Thomas Cook has partnered with fintech firm Revolut to launch a "pay-per-day" travel insurance service which automatically provides users with medical cover by tracking their location through their mobile phones. Revolut, the digital bank start-up, said it could pinpoint customers' location through its app technology and automatically turn on the coverage when required, starting at less than 1 pound ($1.38) a day. Revolut was founded in July 2015 and has grown quickly, with 1.2 million users globally and around 600,000 in Britain.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    Niki administrator yet to decide whether to withdraw appeal

    VIENNA (Reuters) - The German administrator for Austrian airline Niki has not yet decided whether he will withdraw an appeal against a German court ruling that moved Niki's insolvency proceedings to Austria, ...

  • Reuters3 days ago

    German, Austrian administrators cooperate to secure deal for Niki

    Settling a legal dispute, airline Niki's German and Austrian administrators agreed to cooperate to resolve the insolvent carrier's future swiftly and guarantee legal certainty for its buyer. New offers can be made for Niki until Friday and a decision will follow within days, German administrator Lucas Floether and his Austrian counterpart Ulla Reisch said in a joint statement on Tuesday. "The signatures of both administrators will guarantee the buyer legal security for the closing of the sales contract," Floether and Reisch said.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    Ryanair wants to buy parts of Austrian airline Niki

    VIENNA (Reuters) - Irish airline Ryanair (RYA.I) said on Monday it had contacted the Austrian administrator of insolvent holiday airline Niki to express its interest in buying some of its assets. Niki's ...

  • Reuters7 days ago

    IAG monitoring Niki situation after court throws deal into doubt

    LONDON (Reuters) - Airlines group IAG (ICAG.L) is monitoring the situation after a court decided that Niki's insolvency should be handled mainly in Austria rather than Germany, a spokeswoman for IAG said, ...

  • Reuters7 days ago

    Niki's Austrian administrator to cooperate with German counterpart

    VIENNA (Reuters) - Insolvent airline Niki's new Austrian administrator Ulla Reisch plans to build on her German counterpart's work and reach a solution for the airline within three weeks, she said. Insolvency ...

  • Reuters7 days ago

    Austrian court deals further blow to planned Niki sale to IAG

    Airline Niki's sale to British Airways parent IAG (ICAG.L) was thrown into further doubt on Friday when a battle between Austrian and German officials over who should handle its insolvency proceedings intensified. Niki filed for insolvency in Berlin last month after Germany's Lufthansa (LHAG.DE) scrapped plans to buy the Austrian arm of insolvent Air Berlin. After hurried talks to find a new owner for Niki before it lost its valuable runway slots, IAG agreed to buy the business and make it part of low-cost unit Vueling.

  • Airline Niki submits insolvency filing in Austria
    Reuters8 days ago

    Airline Niki submits insolvency filing in Austria

    Airline Niki filed for insolvency in Austria on Thursday, in a move to safeguard an agreed sale of the Austrian arm of failed Air Berlin to British Airways owner IAG (ICAG.L), its insolvency administrator said. Niki filed for insolvency in Berlin last month after Germany's Lufthansa (LHAG.DE) scrapped plans to buy the carrier, but a Berlin regional court said earlier this week that Niki was not under German jurisdiction.

  • Reuters9 days ago

    Niki head Lackmann to leave airline in February - media

    ZURICH (Reuters) - Oliver Lackmann, the managing director of insolvent Air Berlin (AB1.DE) unit Niki, will leave the airline next month, Austrian media reported on Wednesday. Austrian Aviation Net posted ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 days ago

    Airline Niki's administrator presses ahead with sale to IAG

    The administrator of Niki said he would press ahead with an agreed sale of the insolvent Austrian airline to British Airways owner IAG after a German court ruling fanned concern that the deal could unravel. ...

  • Reuters16 days ago

    Air Berlin sells subsidiary Aviation GmbH to Thomas Cook

    BERLIN (Reuters) - Collapsed German airline Air Berlin said on Wednesday it had sold its subsidiary Air Berlin Aviation GmbH to Thomas Cook Group Airlines PLC, continuing the carve-up of its business. ...

  • Reuters16 days ago

    Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions

    The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 1345 GMT on Wednesday: ** Dominion Energy Inc said it would buy troubled utility Scana Corp in an all-stock deal worth about $14.6 billion, including debt. ** China's ride-hailing application Didi Chuxing has agreed to acquire a majority stake in Brazilian app 99, newspaper Valor Economico said, citing sources familiar with the talks. ** Ant Financial's plan to acquire U.S. money transfer company MoneyGram International Inc collapsed on Tuesday after a U.S. government panel rejected it over national security concerns, the most high-profile Chinese deal to be torpedoed under the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump.

  • Reuters21 days ago

    IAG in exclusive takeover talks for Niki - source close to process

    FRANKFURT/VIENNA (Reuters) - British IAG (ICAG.L) is in exclusive talks to buy Niki, Air Berlin's (AB1.DE) insolvent Austrian airline, a source close to the process said on Thursday, after Niki's administrator said that one bidder out of four remained. "IAG is the last remaining bidder and is still negotiating now," the source said, adding that the company had put in the highest offer - a double-digit million-euro amount.

  • Reuters23 days ago

    Insolvent Niki's Austrian workers to get monthly wages

    Around 790 staff working for insolvent airline Niki (AB1.DE) in Austria will be paid monthly wages for December, administrator Lucas Floether said on Wednesday, adding he was confident of striking a deal with a new investor in the next few days. The new owner would be expected to take on Niki's running costs, including salaries, from the beginning of January. Among the four bidders selected for the final stages of talks to buy all or parts of Niki is IAG (ICAG.L), the owner of British Airways and low-cost carrier Vueling, three people familiar with the situation have said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus23 days ago

    Insolvent Niki's Austrian workers to get monthly wages

    VIENNA, Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 27 (Reuters) - Around 790 staff working for insolvent airline Niki in Austria will be paid monthly wages for December, administrator Lucas Floether said on Wednesday, adding he was confident of striking a deal with a new investor in the next few days. The new owner would be expected to take on Niki's running costs, including salaries, from the beginning of January. Among the four bidders selected for the final stages of talks to buy all or parts of Niki is IAG, the owner of British Airways and low-cost carrier Vueling, three people familiar with the situation have said.

  • Reuters28 days ago

    IAG among bidders chosen for Austrian airline Niki - sources

    IAG (ICAG.L), the owner of British Airways and low-cost carrier Vueling, is one of the four bidders selected for the final stages of talks over the assets of insolvent Austrian airline Niki, three people familiar said. IAG had made an offer for Niki as a whole and was the frontrunner in talks for the carrier, the three sources told Reuters. If no deal is struck with IAG, it is possible that Niki will be carved up among several buyers.

  • Reuters - UK Focus28 days ago

    IAG among bidders chosen for Austrian airline Niki - sources

    BERLIN, Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 22 (Reuters) - IAG, the owner of British Airways and low-cost carrier Vueling, is one of the four bidders selected for the final stages of talks over the assets of insolvent Austrian airline Niki, three people familiar said. British tour operator Thomas Cook and Niki's founder, former Formula One world champion Niki Lauda, are also among the four, Lauda told German daily Handelsblatt.

  • Reuters28 days ago

    Niki staff will get December salaries, works council chief says

    VIENNA (Reuters) - December salaries will be paid to staff of insolvent airline Niki (AB1.DE), whose administrators are working on selling its remaining assets, the head of Niki's works council said on ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus28 days ago

    (OFFICIAL)-Niki administrators pick four bidders for final-stage talks

    The administrators of Niki have picked four strategic bidders for final-stage talks over the insolvent Austrian airline's assets, one of the administrators said on Friday. Two people familiar with the ...

  • Reuters28 days ago

    Lauda bids to buy back Austria airline Niki

    BERLIN/VIENNA (Reuters) - Former motor racing world champion Niki Lauda has offered to buy Austrian holiday airline Niki, a company he founded, but Ireland's Ryanair (RYA.I) has pulled out of the bidding. A consortium of family-owned logistics firm Zeitfracht and maintenance group Nayak also decided against an offer, increasing Lauda's chances of repurchasing an airline he set up in 2003. "I can confirm that Niki Lauda handed in an offer (for Niki)," his spokeswoman said, declining to say how much he offered or whether he had teamed up with anyone.

  • Reuters - UK Focus28 days ago

    Lauda bids to buy back Austria airline Niki

    BERLIN/VIENNA, Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 21 (Reuters) - Former motor racing world champion Niki Lauda has offered to buy Austrian holiday airline Niki, a company he founded, but Ireland (Other OTC: IRLD - news) 's Ryanair has pulled out of the bidding. A consortium of family-owned logistics firm Zeitfracht and maintenance group Nayak also decided against an offer, increasing Lauda's chances of repurchasing an airline he set up in 2003. "I can confirm that Niki Lauda handed in an offer (for Niki)," his spokeswoman said, declining to say how much he offered or whether he had teamed up with anyone.

  • Reuters29 days ago

    Niki Lauda submitted offer for insolvent airline Niki

    VIENNA (Reuters) - Former motor racing driver Niki Lauda has submitted an offer for the insolvent Austrian airline Niki, which he founded in 2003, a spokeswoman for Lauda said on Thursday. Niki filed for ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus29 days ago

    Zeitfracht decides against bidding for Niki

    Family-owned German logistics firm Zeitfracht and maintenance group Nayak have decided against making offer for insolvent Austrian airline Niki, a spokesman for Zeitfracht said on Thursday. But the consortium ...

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