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Share Price: 126.40Bid: 126.30Ask: 126.40Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Thomas Cook
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 0.08%Open: 126.10High: 126.60Low: 124.40Yesterday’s Close: 126.40



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Harryhorsewick
Posts: 166
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Price:125.30
Spelling!
Wed 07:56
Missed an "a" -result of being out of school for 55yrs.
 
Harryhorsewick
Posts: 166
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Price:125.30
Late deals?
Wed 07:36
I thought the stock market ceased trading @4.30 pm,an increase in late trading seems to be on the rise how is this possible? Can anyone shed light on this activity?
Farruggia1967
Posts: 435
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:125.30
RNS - Investco
Tue 18:48
More of the big boys topping up again, the Investco group have picked up almost 16 million, someone somewhere knows what's coming me thinks!!!!!!

I'm in need of a nice rise here.

ATVB

Farruggia1967
CaptPedantic
Posts: 20
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Price:123.50
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RE: management ?
Mon 15:22
Whilst the website is undoubtedly poor, the website itself isn't the problem. What is the problem is that TC acquired/merged/bought out so many other companies to fuel Manny Fontenla-Novoa's vanity that they now work with several different pricing/booking systems. Booking a package? One system. Booking a flight only? Another system. Hotel only? another system. They are trying to maintain a website that can interact with so many different systems that it is horribly complex, way more complex than it would be, if everything was working on just one platform. So the biggest task they have is getting all products onto 1 platform first, before the website will work any better. But, it's a bit like getting all cars to work off of a single, standard engine - can you imagine how big and involved a task that would be?
rbrand
Posts: 1,275
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Price:123.50
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management ?
Mon 15:08
i thought Harriet got excessive praise[. Who coud not look good after the previous. I held these shares all the way down to 10p and up from there and well remember the horrible feeling then. The 2 top ones got sacked in a nick of time literally -and accepted payoffs unbelievably- but is the present management the same as "flourished" under those 2 dolts ? I dont know but it sure looks like it with their inattention to their website.
There should be no reason for everyone to write complain, they should be aware already surely and doing something but with a computer "expert" who replies asking what`s wrong !!! it doesnt look like it.
Farruggia1967
Posts: 435
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:123.50
RNS The Capital Group Companies,
Mon 13:33
At least someone has belief in us going forward, That's a very good sign!!!

ATVB

Farruggia1967
CaptPedantic
Posts: 20
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Price:124.40
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RE: roybee Cooks website
Mon 10:54
You're way off the mark there. What Harriet Green did in turning the company round cannot be denied, but she ran the company for the benefit of Harriet Green's profile first and foremost, and for TC as a secondary concern. Peter Fankhauser now runs the company in a manner that has TC as the first and only concern. Just because he's not whoring himself out to the media at every opportunity doesn't mean he isn't doing good things within the company.
AK78
Posts: 31
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Price:125.80
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RE: roybee Cooks website
Sun 23:14
Good one upnorth I urge any small shareholders that have had issues with the website to email their investor relations website to raise this issue, like you roybee I will be out as soon as the share price rises, a lot of the damage is self inflicted, eg poor web site, those poor kids who died and their business model lacks any sort of enthusiasm. TCG should be a a great company I only wish Harriett Green was still at the realm she was taking it out of the dark ages and into the modern era. I wonder why she left so suddenly. The new CEO does not inspire me with confidence does not seem dynamic and innovative enough total no confidence in him.
Fryston
Posts: 64
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:125.80
Telegrah
Sun 17:30
Tour operator is expected to have lost bookings following the Tunisian terrorist attack and Greece's financial turmoil

Investors are braced for tour operator Thomas Cook to outline the hit it will take from the terrorist attack in Tunisia and fears of economic collapse in Greece when it posts results this week.

The two crises, which came during the peak summer period, could cost the under-pressure FTSE 250 company £20m, according to analysts at Jefferies.

Thomas Cook is on Thursday due to report third-quarter numbers covering the three months to the end of June and is expected to update shareholders on how Tunisia and uncertainty about Greece have affected its business.

About 10pc of Thomas Cook’s passengers travel to North Africa and about a third are bound for Tunisia, the analysts estimate.

Earlier this month, the Government warned against all but essential travel to the country after 38 tourists, the majority of them Britons, were killed when an Islamist gunman attacked holidaymakers at a beach resort in Sousse on June 26. As a result, Thomas Cook cancelled all bookings to Tunisia until the end of October and flew all of its customers home.
upnorth
Posts: 35
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:125.80
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roybee Cooks website
Sun 10:40
That paragraph sums up exactly the situation with TCG's website and they should be doing something about it.

I have just emailed their investor relations to ask exactly what they are doing about it because as shareholders it's costing us money and they should be able to deal with it.

It might be useful if as many shareholders as possible ask them why their website is so poor and difficult to use.





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