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Odey Asset Management Discloses 14.49% Stake In Pendragon As Of Oct 2 Vs Prior Stake Of 13.95%
Pendragon Plc Says Richard Laxer To Step Down From Co
Pendragon Appoints Bill Berman Interim Executive Chairman
Pendragon PLC is an automotive online retailer. The Company's principal market activities are the retailing of used and new vehicles and the service and repair of vehicles (aftersales). Its segments are Stratstone, which consists of its vehicles, truck and commercial vans brand, including the sale of new and used motor cars, motorbikes, trucks and vans, together with associated aftersales activities; Evans Halshaw, which consists of its volume brand, including the sale of new and used motor vehicles and commercial vans; US Motor Group, which consists of its retail operations in California in the United States, including the sale of new and used motor cars; Pinewood, which consists of its activities as a dealer management systems provider; Leasing, which consists of its contract hire and leasing activities; Quickco, which consists of its wholesale parts distribution businesses, and Central, which represents its head office function and includes all central activities.
2 Oakwood Court, Little Oak Drive
William R. Berman
Executive Chairman of the Board
Chief Financial Officer
Martin S. Casha
Chief Operating Officer, Executive Director
Richard A. Laxer
Senior Non-Executive Independent Director
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British auto dealer Pendragon <PDG.L> cancelled its dividend and issued a dismal forecast for the year after deep price cuts to offload used car inventory pushed it to a first-half loss and sent shares down 13% on Wednesday.
British car dealer Pendragon gave a grim outlook for the year on Wednesday after posting a loss in the first-half as it cut prices to offload its used car inventory.
Pendragon Plc's Chief Executive Mark Herbert is leaving the car dealership after only three months in charge during which the company warned it would make a loss this year.
Pendragon Plc said on Thursday its Chief Executive Officer Mark Herbert will be stepping down just months after taking the top job.
Pendragon shares slumped as much as 26% on Wednesday after the British car dealer warned of a pretax loss this year, blaming weak demand for both new and used cars.
London's main stock market index eased on Wednesday as the latest exchange of blows between Washington and Beijing kept investors on edge about the risks to global growth, while small-cap car dealership chain Pendragon sank after a profit alert.
British car dealership chain Pendragon said on Wednesday it expects to report a pretax loss for the full year, hit by significant declines in new car and used car registrations.
* Shares fall as much as 13 pct (Adds details on costs, Brexit, results, analyst comments)
Pendragon said on Wednesday it would review its operational and financial prospects under its new management after margin pressures led it to report an underlying loss before tax of 2.8 million pounds in the three months ended March.
Car dealership chain Pendragon <PDG.L> saw its underlying pre-tax profit drop 41 percent to 28.4 million pounds in the first half of 2018 due to a fall in its UK motoring division, the biggest part of the business.
British car dealership chain Pendragon posted a 41 percent fall in underlying pre-tax profit on Tuesday after sales fell in Europe's second-largest car market.
* PROFITABILITY IN Q1 OF YEAR IS IN LINE WITH OUR EXPECTATIONS
British car dealer Pendragon will focus on selling more used vehicles after full-year profit slumped 20 percent as demand for new vehicles dropped sharply.
British car dealership chain Pendragon reported on Tuesday an expected 20 percent drop in underlying pretax profit to 60.4 million pounds ($84 million) after warning that its performance had been hit by waning consumer confidence.
British car dealership Pendragon <PDG.L> is to sell its U.S Motor Group business after concluding a strategic review following a profit warning, it said on Monday.
British car dealership Pendragon is to sell its U.S Motor Group business after concluding a strategic review, it said on Monday.
Shares in British car dealership Pendragon <PDG.L> tumbled as much as 23 percent on Monday after it warned on full-year profit, blaming a fall in demand for new cars and a consequent price correction in the used car market.
British car dealership chain Pendragon on Monday warned on full-year profit, blaming a decline in demand for new cars and the consequent price correction in the used car market.
* "BELIEVE THAT WE CAN ACHIEVE AT LEAST DOUBLE DIGIT GROWTH IN USED REVENUE IN 2017"
* Strong start to 2017 with significant growth in key market areas of aftersales and used
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