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Share Price: 14.00Bid: 13.97Ask: 14.045Change: -0.29 (-2.03%)Faller - Thomas Cook
Spread: 0.075Spread as %: 0.54%Open: 14.445High: 14.445Low: 13.87Yesterday’s Close: 14.29


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Bigwigs
Posts: 338
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Price:13.00
RE: Brexit
27 May '19
burn shorters burn. :-)
 
manchego
Posts: 677
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Price:13.00
RE: Brexit
27 May '19
You don't buy forward on fuel and currency with cash Newboy.
Newboy58
Posts: 10,886
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Price:13.00
RE: Brexit
27 May '19
PS I recently bought in and think they will turn round, Just making a point that Brexit is really, really bad for a Tour Operator.. gla
Newboy58
Posts: 10,886
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RE: Brexit
27 May '19
Ps - you think they have the cash on hand to hedge fuel and currency??
Newboy58
Posts: 10,886
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RE: Brexit
27 May '19
You obviously speak as someone who doesn’t sell in gbp and buy in other currencies
Bigwigs
Posts: 338
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Price:13.00
RE: Brexit
27 May '19
Nice to know the shorters are now coming in with the argument of Brexit...… lol
manchego
Posts: 677
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:13.00
RE: Brexit
27 May '19
Weak arguments Newboy 58. Impossible to say what currencies will be doing next year - we could well have a weak euro and $. In any cast TCG massively hedges their euro and $ requirements to mitigate fluctuations. If that's your only fear I wouldn't worry.
manchego
Posts: 677
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Price:13.00
RE: Brexit
27 May '19
Is that it?
Newboy58
Posts: 10,886
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Price:13.00
RE: Brexit
27 May '19
As I mentioned a couple of hours ago:

“Let’s look at the economics for the simpletons, TCG in the U.K. sell their holidays in GBP but they buy the Hotels in Mainly EUR and USD, and the fuel in USD. So a weak pound makes everyone’s holidays more expensive so people who have lost their jobs in manufacturing due to Brexit can’t afford holidays anymore.. and the people’s who's shopping trips have become on average 15% more expensive since the vote cut back and don’t spend on their 2 weeks in Benidorm”
manchego
Posts: 677
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:13.00
RE: Brexit
27 May '19
Newboy 58. "Brexit is very bad for TCG". Reasons?
Quisty
Posts: 210
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:13.00
RE: Brexit
27 May '19
The UK is the 5th largest economy in the world
What part of this is not GREAT?
Newboy58
Posts: 10,886
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Price:13.00
RE: Brexit
27 May '19
With all due respect If you don’t think the two are linked you are a fool. Brexit is very bad for TCG
Bigwigs
Posts: 338
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Price:13.00
RE: Brexit
27 May '19
Can we please get off the Brexit point and individuals opinions on this and focus on the Thomas Cook share.
DegsyAlmomd
Posts: 28,753
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RE: Brexit
27 May '19
And without a deal the Eu will collapse. Germany goodbye.
Cavendish3
Posts: 3,124
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RE: Brexit
27 May '19
I have my fingers crossed for a hard Brexit...the sooner independance is restored the sooner the wealth will return...The UK will be a tiger economy much like Singapore in the far east except on a much bigger scale. ffs The British empire once controlled half the world but is now reduced to a snivelling little island bowing to every beck and whim of the eu...the eu says jump...the UK says...how high?
The people have had enough...the UK can be a great wealthy country again with it's own rules and governance...look at Austrailia...it's population is only a quarter that of the UK...they are doing pretty ok IMO...then again they have control over their borders (as do most countries)
Bigwigs
Posts: 338
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:13.00
RE: Brexit
27 May '19
Remainers need to get louder. :-)

If this goes up, it will go up fast, that's for sure... Notice a lot of the de-rampers are not posting... So they obviously are paid weirdos as others have said.
Newboy58
Posts: 10,886
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:13.00
RE: Brexit
27 May '19
More people voted hard Remain than hard Brexit. Simple math.
Cavendish3
Posts: 3,124
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Price:13.00
RE: Brexit
27 May '19
The people have spoken yet again...can the remoaners move on and just get over it? 14p open tomorrow 16p close :)

there will be some dips along the way but nice bagger here short term. The derampers here have a lot in common with the remoaners...both lost causes.
jedclampit
Posts: 649
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:13.00
Brexit
27 May '19
(so the bar needed to be set higher like similar constitutional votes are in some other countries.)
Why ? when D cameron said if the remainers win by 1 vote we remain, but it seems different when the vote leave by a 1.7m votes. Leave means leave. It was only the remainers that said we need to leave with a deal. tosh let's just go and be done with it.




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