TCG.L - Thomas Cook Group plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
13.00
+0.53 (+4.25%)
At close: 4:36PM BST
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Previous close12.47
Open12.82
Bid12.80 x 200000
Ask12.98 x 130000
Day's range12.52 - 13.34
52-week range8.40 - 118.60
Volume37,485,909
Avg. volume21,114,228
Market cap199.372M
Beta (3Y monthly)0.54
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-90.20
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.01 (2.07%)
Ex-dividend date2018-03-08
1y target est49.49
  • Imperiled Thomas Cook in Talks to Sell Nordics Division
    Skift3 days ago

    Imperiled Thomas Cook in Talks to Sell Nordics Division

    Thomas Cook has confirmed it has been approached by private equity firm Triton Partners over a takeover of its Northern Europe business. Talks between the two sides are at a very early stage but the deal, should it go through, would include Thomas Cook’s tour operator and airline in Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Denmark. “The […] The post Imperiled Thomas Cook in Talks to Sell Nordics Division appeared first on Skift.

  • Thomas Cook Attracts Offer From Triton for Scandinavian Arm
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    Thomas Cook Attracts Offer From Triton for Scandinavian Arm

    The world’s oldest travel agency is evaluating the “highly preliminary and unsolicited” offer for its tour operator and airline business in Norway, Sweden, Finland and Denmark, according to a statement. Thomas Cook also said it’s considering multiple bids for parts or the whole of its airline operation. “There can be no certainty that a transaction will be concluded with Triton Partners,” the London-based company said.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    Private equity firm Triton bids for Thomas Cook's Nordic operations

    Thomas Cook has received a takeover approach for its Nordic operations from private equity group Triton, the tour operator said on Thursday, adding that it was considering the unsolicited offer but talks were at a preliminary stage. The bid from Triton Partners is for its Northern Europe business, comprising its tour operator and airline in Norway, Sweden, Finland and Denmark, the company said. "Thomas Cook Group confirms that it has received a highly preliminary and unsolicited indicative offer from Triton Partners for its Northern Europe business," the company said in a statement.

  • Embattled travel firm Thomas Cook downgraded by Fitch, S&P
    Reuters3 days ago

    Embattled travel firm Thomas Cook downgraded by Fitch, S&P

    Credit rating agencies Fitch and S&P have downgraded Thomas Cook after the travel firm's latest profit warning, saying the indebted company could struggle this summer in the face of weak demand. Thomas Cook issued its third profit warning in less than a year last week, saying subdued demand had led to increased promotions and earlier discounting than usual. The profit warning led Citi to cut its price target for the stock to zero.

  • Triton flies in with offer for Thomas Cook’s Nordic arm
    Sky News3 days ago

    Triton flies in with offer for Thomas Cook’s Nordic arm

    One of Europe's largest buyout firms has approached Thomas Cook Group about a takeover of its Nordic airline and tour operator that could help the British company improve its fragile financial outlook. Sky News has learnt that Triton, which bought the travel company Sunweb Group last December, is in talks with Thomas Cook about a deal. If completed, the transaction being considered would see Thomas Cook offloading a business which holds market leading status - or close to it - in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden.

  • Could this FTSE 100 income giant be the next Thomas Cook Group?
    Fool.co.uk3 days ago

    Could this FTSE 100 income giant be the next Thomas Cook Group?

    This FTSE 100 (INDEXFTSE:UKX) tour group provider has many of the same problems as Thomas Cook Group.

  • Storied British Brands Stumble in Dire Omen for Brexit Future
    Bloomberg4 days ago

    Storied British Brands Stumble in Dire Omen for Brexit Future

    British Steel, a national champion once owned by the government, collapsed on Wednesday while debt-laden Thomas Cook Group, whose founder organized the first round-the-world tour in 1872 and which invented the package holiday in Victorian England, saw its shares plummet to their lowest in more than seven years on Monday. While the British jobless rate is at a 44-year low, these corporate struggles come as the Brexit process looks set to stumble along for months, if not years, adding further uncertainty to the economic outlook. Although British Steel and Thomas Cook each cite Brexit as contributing to their troubles, their decline also stems from years of structural upheaval, said Garry White, chief markets commentator at Charles Stanley, a U.K. brokerage.

  • This is what I’d do about the Thomas Cook share price right now
    Fool.co.uk4 days ago

    This is what I’d do about the Thomas Cook share price right now

    Does Thomas Cook Group plc (LON: TCG) today represent a buying opportunity or a bargepole job? Here’s what I think...

  • Investors are taking a gamble on the Thomas Cook share price: here’s what I’d do
    Fool.co.uk5 days ago

    Investors are taking a gamble on the Thomas Cook share price: here’s what I’d do

    Are Thomas Cook Group plc (LON: TCG) shares heading for zero, or is this a buy for the brave?

  • Are these 2 stocks to buy today after 20% share price falls?
    Fool.co.uk6 days ago

    Are these 2 stocks to buy today after 20% share price falls?

    Updates from these two companies have seriously damaged their share prices, so are they stocks to buy now for their recovery prospects?

  • Six Factors That May Determine If Thomas Cook Survives the Year
    Bloomberg6 days ago

    Six Factors That May Determine If Thomas Cook Survives the Year

    Here are six factors that may determine whether the company that invented the package holiday in Victorian England will be helping Europeans to get a tan in summer 2020 -- or be putting its feet up for good. Thomas Cook revealed in February that it was looking to raise cash by selling airline operations that carry 20 million passengers a year from the U.K., Germany and Scandinavia to the Mediterranean and other holiday sunspots. The fleet of about 100 jets flew 90% full in 2018, generating 3.5 billion pounds ($4.5 billion) in revenue and 129 million pounds in underlying earnings, with Deutsche Lufthansa AG, Virgin Atlantic Airways Ltd. and Ryanair Holdings Plc said to be taking a look.

  • Thomas Cook Euro Bonds Plunge to Record Low as Woes Mount
    Bloomberg6 days ago

    Thomas Cook Euro Bonds Plunge to Record Low as Woes Mount

    The bonds hit a record low and the shares have fallen as much as 60% in three trading days as Sky News reported that a payment intermediary would be witholding money from the Thomas Cook. The maturing in 2022 tumbled 14 cents on the euro to 33.36 cents, based on data compiled by Bloomberg. A payment company working with Thomas Cook in the Nordic region is in talks to extend to several weeks instead of two days, the period for which it retains payments for trips, Sky News reported without saying how it got the information.

  • Bloomberg6 days ago

    The Holiday Is Over for Thomas Cook

    This appears to be headed only one way for long-suffering equity holders. The crisis of confidence comes after Thomas Cook made a cautious statement about its profit last Thursday. Thomas Cook has been in discussions with its suppliers over the past few days to reassure them about its financial position.

  • Thomas Cook woes deepen as payment firm holds on to cash
    Sky News7 days ago

    Thomas Cook woes deepen as payment firm holds on to cash

    Payment firms are seeking to hold on to millions of pounds of customers' money owed to Thomas Cook Group in a move which underlines the financial pressures afflicting the 178-year-old tour operator. Sky News has learnt that a payment intermediary which works with Thomas Cook in the Nordic region - a significant part of the company's operations - is in talks to extend the period for which it retains holidaymakers' cash from two days to several weeks. In Thomas Cook's case, the Nordic situation is likely to have an impact on its short-term cashflows.

  • Thomas Cook shares plunge after Citigroup's 'zero' valuation
    Sky News9 days ago

    Thomas Cook shares plunge after Citigroup's 'zero' valuation

    Thomas Cook has seen its shares plummet by a further 40% after banking analysts cut their target price on the holiday firm's stock to zero. Citigroup downgraded its rating to "sell" in the wake of the latest profit warning by the world's oldest travel company, which had already led to a fall in its shares of almost 15%. It came a day after Thomas Cook reported a half-year loss of £1.46bn as it counted the cost of Brexit uncertainty causing UK consumers to delay holiday plans.

  • Reuters9 days ago

    FTSE 100 drops as Just Eat rues Amazon backing rival, exporters cushion fall

    The FTSE 100 lost 0.1%, but still bagged weekly gains after a turbulent few sessions largely dominated by global trade relations. The FTSE 250 slipped 0.2%. Online takeaway service Just Eat tumbled 8.2%, its steepest one-day decline in more than a year, after rival Deliveroo said it had gained Amazon's backing in a $575 million funding round.

  • Reuters9 days ago

    Thomas Cook shares sink as Citi warns stock could hit zero

    Thomas Cook Group shares lost a quarter of their value on Friday and bonds hit a record low after Citi downgraded its rating to 'sell' and cut its target price on the stock to zero, in the wake of the company's latest profit warning. Thomas Cook issued its third profit warning in less than a year on Thursday, saying discounting and higher fuel and hotel costs would hurt it during the peak summer season.

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 days ago

    Thomas Cook shares sink again as Citi sees stock hitting zero after latest alert

    Thomas Cook Group shares sank by nearly a third on Friday and bonds hit a record low after Citi downgraded its rating to 'sell' and cut its target price on the stock to zero, a day after the company's latest profit warning. Shares in the world's oldest travel company, battered by fading demand for its package holidays and high levels of debt, hit their lowest since July 2012 and were on track for their biggest one-day drop since November 2011. The cost of credit default swaps, a form of insurance against default, rose to 51% in upfronts from 48% on Thursday.

  • Reuters10 days ago

    Financials, miners lead FTSE 100 rebound, but Burberry, Thomas Cook slip

    By Muvija M and Yadarisa Shabong (Reuters) - Rallying banks and mining stocks lifted Britain's FTSE 100 on Thursday, but weak earnings hit luxury brand Burberry (BRBY.L) and Thomas Cook (TCG.L) was floored ...

  • Thomas Cook warns on profit again as Brexit delay brings no respite
    Reuters10 days ago

    Thomas Cook warns on profit again as Brexit delay brings no respite

    British travel group Thomas Cook issued its third profit warning in less than a year on Thursday, sending shares tumbling to a 6-1/2 year low as it said discounting and higher fuel and hotel costs would hurt it during the peak summer season. Thomas Cook said it had received multiple bids for its airline unit, but this was overshadowed by what Chief Executive Peter Fankhauser called a "difficult trading environment" despite a delay to Britain's exit from the European Union. "With a lot of holidays left to sell across the market, there are high levels of discounting at this early stage of the season... This is putting further pressure on margins," Fankhauser told reporters, adding that a delay to Brexit from March 29 until October had brought no respite.

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