National Express Group (NEX)

250.60
-10.80(-4.13%)
  • Volume:
    2,166,957
  • Bid/Ask:
    0.00/0.00
  • Day's Range:
    249.20 - 261.60

NEX Overview

Prev. Close
261.4
Day's Range
249.2-261.6
Revenue
2.95B
Open
261.6
52 wk Range
133.8-337.8
EPS
-0.43
Volume
2,166,957
Market Cap
1.6B
Dividend (Yield)
N/A
(N/A)
Average Volume (3m)
1,762,095
P/E Ratio
-
Beta
1.88
1-Year Change
89.01%
Shares Outstanding
613,209,040
Next Earnings Date
21 Apr 2022
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National Express Group Company Profile

National Express Group Company Profile

Employees
48000

National Express Group PLC is an international transport company. The Company's segments include UK Bus, UK Coach, German Rail, North America (operates school bus and transit services), Spain and Morocco (operates bus and coach services), and Central functions. The UK Bus segment's services are operated from nine garages across the West Midlands. It also operates the Midland Metro light rail service between Birmingham and Wolverhampton. The UK Coach segment operates scheduled coach services in the United Kingdom. The German Rail segment operates the Rhine-Munster Express and the Rhine-Wupper-Bahn contracted rail services in Germany. The North America segment offers student transportation and transit services. Apart from the bus and coach services, the Spain and Morocco segment also operates service areas and other transport-related businesses, such as fuel distribution. The Company operates in the United Kingdom, Continental Europe, North Africa, North America and the Middle East.

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  • Great news! NEX interested in buying Stagecoach!
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    • Don't know why you would sell this now
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      • Battered
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        • This'll go up again. The stock is resilient AF. Business in 5 countries etc. Not worried.
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      • Perfect entry point, esp. given there's no obv. reason for the current weakness. We should see 300 again very soon.
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        • Yeah, bought more today, first bit of news this will pop, fundamentals are strong, outlook strong.
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      • I think we can't complain resltswise today! https://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/949205/national-express-sees-passengers-return-as-restrictions-are-lifted-949205.html - prospects are good here! Glad I waited out the recent ups and downs.
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        • All things considered, a great set of results and outlook. There should be good deal of institutional top-up here today. Enjoy!
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          • Richard Elliswhich comes at 0 surprise given the big C, though. I always find it fascinating how people sell on non-news. I mean, why not then at least sell the day before, for 320? It makes 0 sense.
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          • RR lost 4billion, almost all results from last year were poor as expected, but onwards and upwards
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          • Stock is still a bargain. Fundamentals intact. However, it wasn't rosy reading for albeit, obvious reasons. Ergo, some investors will sell and the big boys could take advantage if that gain traction in the short term. Looks positive thus far, but we are not quite out of the woods. Could still be a retrace past the 300 area of residence.
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        • Just dropped from 325 to 315 in 30 mins! Did I miss some (bad) news?
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          • I'd hope it's just non-long people taking profits.
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          • 10p up or down a day is pretty normal for this one - as long as the overall direction is up I'm fine. Way too stressful to always sell and rebuy for a few extra % profit.
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          • Yeah true, just took me by surprise as it happened in 30 mins rather than over the course of a day. Me too, not interested in swing trading myself.
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        • A nice day indeed. Now let's see how this holds up. It sure'd be nice to have 310 as a new floor.
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          • What's the medium-term outlook here? Asking as a non-Brit who can only follow the reporting but can't pick up the domestic (travel) "vibe" in the UK. Will this recover to 350 or even 400 any time soon or does the debt situation preclude this and we'll have to wait another 2 years or so? Also, any links on recent reporting / journalism on NEX are appreciated. All I know is the Berenberg price target of 360, which afaik still stands. Ta muchly!
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            • Father Christmas I hold a few of the recovery stocks and they are all acting similarly. We keep getting conflicting views from different MPs/doctors about whether there's going to be a summer of holidays or not so until we get another catalyst to take it up (or down) we'll probably be range bound. Our Prof Chris Witty has just said we should be extra careful and not get carried away otherwise restrictions may come back in. He's such a cheery chap!
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            • Worth noting that it's not a UK only set up. They operate in US, Canada and across Europe, so the UK factors are only a small chunk of the overall outlook.
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            • Gavin Cotton...true, and I think that diversity is a good thing.
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          • Shares fallen off a cliff tbis morning any reason for the drop? Good share to get into at sub £1 and wait for the staycation nation.. Europe is becoming more difficult to travel to and with limited budgets UK holidays may benefit. Wait for further downsides.
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            • You reckon it'll be sub 100s again? why do think that? It'll be great if it did!
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          • Maybe, until Boris makes his announcement next Monday, then we'll dip I'm sure. I've just hit 120% 👍
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            • 10% by Friday?
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              • C'mon baby
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                • why this is going down today?
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                  • I wondered the same...
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                  • one things for sure, it's never coming back until lockdown is over, I've pulled out just before the drop
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                • If this goes up to pre-Covid levels then wow! Look at the 5 year chart...the potential is clearly there!
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                  • rally rally rally!
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                    • anyone knows what's causing this rally? Biden? Vaccine? or business growth?
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                  • Struggling to breach 225...
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                    • Breached.
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                  • Should the preponderance of market sentiment continue to carry this further on past the 200 mark - as seems reasonably likely - 200 will be the new baseline with the next major resistance at around 225 then 270. Though I suspect those numbers may be a bit premature. At least a new base of 180 or so if it does indeed dip back below the 200 mark. Either way long term prospects of this share are not only intact, but have demonstrated massive potential - attracting all the right kind of attention as a result. Glad I didn't sell. Still holding.
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                    • Should this weather the broader storm of the markets, 150 looks to be a new base. If so, I should think the slightest flicker of optimism could see this reach 270 - 300 in 6 month to a year, perhaps 2 years at a push. However, that is very much conditional on the extent of further lockdowns in UK, Europe and the US, rather than Brexit or the US election at least in so far as this business is concerned.
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                      • Time to buy back now ... update due out and possible quick 10% gains or more over mext week or two and more in to November, traditionally one of biggest months for stocks to rise
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                        • I think you are conservative in the gains mentioned, i am expecting stock price to get 200 levels in few weeks
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                      • New CEO appointment, ought to help maintain NEX's upward momentum.
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                        • Time to get in and make some quick money, FTSE will surely be supoortive this after a shocking downside last week
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                          • Very positive RNS given the circumstances will see this back up towards 150 soon enough.
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                            • As you said
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                          • Stagecoach group and this is just keep falling
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                            • National rising today
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                          • Just keeps on falling. Where's the bottom.
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                            • Your guess is good as mine! just bought some at 116.96now it has gone even lower,I guess I will wait for £1.00🤔
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                            • I'm thinking exactly that it's like a sinking ship at the moment
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