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Thomas Cook Share Chat (TCG)



Share Price: 115.00Bid: 115.00Ask: 115.20Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Thomas Cook
Spread: 0.20Spread as %: 0.17%Open: 115.90High: 117.20Low: 114.80Yesterday’s Close: 115.00


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grahamsturman
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SP
Fri 13:36
Dropping down to 111p which puffy said he could be right can't understand why
 
philip_k
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RE: Nikki
Fri 10:20
Austrian airline Niki to lose runway slots unless buyer is found
Reuters
ReutersDecember 15, 2017
VIENNA (Reuters) - Insolvent Austrian airline Niki may lose its valuable runway slots within a week if no buyer is found quickly for its assets, increasing pressure on its administrators to agree a deal, the chief of Niki's works council said on Friday.

"This is the time frame in which there must be a solution," Stefan Tankovits said on ORF radio on Friday. Austria's Transport Ministry said it was in talks with the coordinating authority Slots Austria about an extension.

Niki was forced to file for insolvency on Wednesday after German flagship carrier Lufthansa (LHAG.DE) scrapped plans to buy the Austrian business of collapsed Air Berlin, grounding the airline's fleet and stranding thousands of passengers.
masaimara
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RE: FOSUN news
Thu 17:21
I don't think there has ever been a realistic possibility of Fosun buying out TCG , I don't think it has ever been on their agenda. It was just sheer over excitement and hype from small TCG investors when Fosun bought TCG shares.
OldLong
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FOSUN news
Thu 17:06
So is that the end of a possible buyout of TCG by FOSUN then? Or does it provide some optimism for both the trade connection and future growth with the Chinese consumer?
FredG
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Nikki
Thu 10:55
Sad news for staff involved in Nikki failure but good for TCG. 40k pax to be repatriated and 800k forward tickets to be rebooked. This is a key corporate failure that will materially improve German market and TCG should get major boost for W17, S18 and onwards. I'm surprised this has not been reflected in SP (yet).
CaptPedantic
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FOSUN news
8 Dec '17
http://www.travelweekly.co.uk/articles/293823/fosun-tourism-arm-set-for-500m-listing

Chinese conglomerate Fosun International is reported to be in talks with banks to list its tourism business, which includes Club Med, to raise at least $500 million.

Fosun Tourism & Culture Group includes a Chinese joint venture with Thomas Cook and a luxury hotel in Hainan province as well as Club Med.

Shanghai-based Fosun is considering spinning off the unit as early as next year and is likely to pick Hong Kong as the listing venue, Thomson Reuters publication IFR reported sources as saying.

Fosun declined to comment when contacted by Reuters.

Fosun, co-founded by Chinese billionaire Guo Guangchang, bought Club Med for $1 billion in 2015 after a protracted bid battle.

Fosun divides its businesses into “Health”, or pharmaceutical and medical-related, “Wealth” for its financial operations, and “Happiness” for its tourism, leisure and consumer units.

The Happiness unit reported first half profits of 516 million yuan (£58.3 million) from sales of 6.53 billion yuan.

Fosun shares were trading at HK$15.78 on Thursday afternoon, giving the company a market capitalisation of HK$135 billion.
FredG
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What A Saga
6 Dec '17
Macro trends aside, looking at Saga results and share price this morning -25%, I think the market is underestimating how quickly TC will turn around UK. OTA's and independents like Saga were heavily reliant on Monarch seats and prices. The market will not be as distorted this year and the same goes for Germany. On The Beach fund managers reportedly involved in share price rigging and Jet 2 expanding seats at any cost, I think the short and medium term has good prospects for TCG and improved relationship as result of improved product, service and financial stability will help with the independent industry trade relations. Any knowledgeable comments from industry doyens welcome DYOR
Shoki3
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Feel for the staff affected.
2 Dec '17
philip_k
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Thomas Cook to close 50 UK stores
1 Dec '17
LONDON, Dec 1 (Reuters) - Travel firm Thomas Cook said on Friday it would close 50 stores in Britain as part of an ongoing review into its shop networkas more and more sales move online.

A spokesman for Thomas Cook said that 400 staff would be affected by the closures, although many employees were likely to be redeployed to other shops across its network.

While Thomas Cook has been a staple of the UK high street, traditional package holidays sold in stores are now less vital to its strategy as online sales - which grew 27 percent in the UK in 2017 - take off.

The plan is to shut branches that are close to other stores or have seen dwindling profits due to fewer customers. Thomas Cook UK's Director of Retail and Customer Experience Kathryn Darbandi said that the company had to offer different sales channels to succeed.

"We continually review our network of stores across the UK to make sure we're offering customers the best of Thomas Cook," she said in a statement.

"We will offer them a world-class service whichever channel they chose to book, be that retail or online."

Thomas Cook said the closures would happen by March 2018.

The travel firm said in its full-year results last week that it had cut its retail network in the UK by 45 percent in the last five years, ending September with 692 stores. However, 47 percent of Thomas Cook holidays are still booked instore. (Reporting by Alistair Smout; Editing by Elaine Hardcastle)
grahamsturman
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AnotherVictim
30 Nov '17
hi what do you mean




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