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Thomas Cook Group plc (TCG.L)

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116.70-0.10 (-0.09%)
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Previous Close116.80
Open116.70
Bid116.60 x 200000
Ask116.80 x 130000
Day's Range116.60 - 117.90
52 Week Range65.20 - 127.60
Volume879,488
Avg. Volume3,554,762
Market Cap1.79B
Beta-0.13
PE Ratio (TTM)166.71
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & Yield0.00 (0.00%)
Ex-Dividend Date2017-03-09
1y Target EstN/A
  • Thomas Cook partners with Expedia for hotel sales
    Reuters5 days ago

    Thomas Cook partners with Expedia for hotel sales

    British tour operator Thomas Cook (TCG.L) said on Thursday it had entered into a strategic alliance with Expedia (EXPE.O) to make the online travel company its preferred provider of hotels for certain holiday sales. Thomas Cook said that while it remained focused on its own-brand hotels, Expedia would be the preferred partner for its "complementary city and domestic holiday business", a wider range of hotels to give customers more choice.

  • Thomas Cook's UK pilots threaten more strikes if pay talks fail
    Reuters11 days ago

    Thomas Cook's UK pilots threaten more strikes if pay talks fail

    Pilots working for British tour operator Thomas Cook (TCG.L) will strike on three more days during September and October if talks starting next week fail to resolve a dispute over pay, the pilots' union said on Friday. Thomas Cook pilots went on strike on Friday for 12 hours in what the British Airline Pilots' Association (BALPA) said was the first walkout by British pilots in more than 40 years. Talks, due to start on Sept. 12, have been facilitated by the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (ACAS).

  • Reuterslast month

    German gov't not involved in Air Berlin talks - economy ministry

    The German government is not involved in talks on the sale of insolvent German airline Air Berlin's assets, an Economy Ministry spokesman said on Friday, adding there was also no deadline for the companies to seal a deal. The government is not sitting at the table there and is also not steering this," Economy Ministry spokesman Korbinian Wagner said during a regular government news conference in Berlin. The German government does not have a preferred outcome for the Air Berlin negotiations and it is now up to the companies involved to find a solution, the spokesman added.