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Old 5th Dec 2018, 14:09
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Has the share price dropped partly as a result of

Thomas Cook rules out compensation for no-deal Brexit disruption

I certainly would not part money with a company that takes this attitude.

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Old 5th Dec 2018, 16:34
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Originally Posted by Raski
TCXUK is doing well.
its the tour operator who have debts.
Well, one is function of the other, as a standalone company TCX does not have legs to stand on, so in this context TCG=TCX.
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Originally Posted by dirk85
Well, one is function of the other, as a standalone company TCX does not have legs to stand on, so in this context TCG=TCX.
The point is TCX are profitable (at the moment) TCG are struggling (to put it mildly). I don't think he inferred TCX could make it as a stand alone business. It is however well positioned , at a cheap price, in a buyers market, c.f FlyBe
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Originally Posted by PA28161
The point is TCX are profitable (at the moment) TCG are struggling (to put it mildly). I don't think he inferred TCX could make it as a stand alone business. It is however well positioned , at a cheap price, in a buyers market, c.f FlyBe
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...and dropping out of the 250 at this month's quarterly review.
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27 million shares bought off market. 2% of the stock. RNS in the morning?

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Old 31st Jul 2019, 22:15
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You would expect so.

Somebody making a move obviously.
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Old 31st Jul 2019, 22:27
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https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business...erator-builds/
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Old 7th Aug 2019, 21:37
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https://www.ttgmedia.com/news/news/r...mas-cook-18965

Chinese, Russians and Turks all making bids. Getting very interesting.
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Old 27th Sep 2019, 20:15
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Let's hope for a thorough investigation into the events leading up to the demise of Thomas Cook group PLC.

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Let's hope for are thorough investigation into the events leading up to the demise of Thomas Cook group PLC.
By who? And to what end? There is little probability of any remaining equity to be divided among the stakeholders.
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Old 28th Sep 2019, 07:50
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By who? And to what end? There is little probability of any remaining equity to be divided among the stakeholders.
Interesting you used the term stakeholder - in the UK that term seems to have slowly fallen out of favour, or it's true meaning has been conveniently forgotten. For many stakeholders it's not just about the equity..

IMHO in the UK at least there is far too much institutional "forgiveness" displayed towards the CEOs, CFOs, Board members and often the auditors of some failed companies.

https://www.theguardian.com/business...-cook-collapse
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