Eddie Stobart Logistics has said that its revenue and profits are growing, and it is ahead of its targets, in its first year of trading under the majority ownership of private investors. It was revealed to investors that in the period since its partial disposal on 10 April 2014 to the close of its financial year on 28 February 2015, Eddie Stobart Logistics made an underlying pre-tax profit of £14.8m, of which Stobart Group takes a £7.3m share. This marked […]
There is one share in transport that is having a little run at the moment. One that doesn’t do it very often. After slipping to a low of 45p on 27 March, Wincanton keeps on growing. As of this morning it hit 82.35p – that’s an 83% return on your investment. So why all the commotion?
The tale of Stobart’s ever falling share price. Two weeks ago, in the wake of Avril Palmer-Baunack’s unceremonious demotion, this column wrote about the woes of backing the Stobart horse. Even the gloss of a three-year deal with Tesco couldn’t reverse it’s fortunes (and given Tesco’s current performance there can’t be that much gloss). However the machinations of the Stobart board have continued to hurt its performance on the stock market.
Stobart Group has entered the savings market with a new six-year retail bond. The retail bond is aimed at small investors, and will yield a fixed-rate of 5.5% per annum, while providing Stobart with another funding stream. Well known retail brands names such as Tesco, John Lewis and National Grid already market bonds, which offer investors relatively attractive interest rates in exchange for tying up their money. Stobart bonds will available to buy and trade on the London Stock Exchange, […]