Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gvc Hldgs LSE:GVC London Ordinary Share IM00B5VQMV65 ORD EUR0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -14.00p -1.95% 705.50p 705.00p 706.50p 719.00p 704.00p 719.00p 1,716,819 16:35:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 174.6 32.1 51.6 11.9 2,058.79

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Gvc Hldgs Daily Update: Gvc Hldgs is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GVC. The last closing price for Gvc Hldgs was 719.50p.
Gvc Hldgs has a 4 week average price of 739.10p and a 12 week average price of 715.07p.
The 1 year high share price is 781.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 371.50p.
There are currently 291,819,949 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,316,104 shares. The market capitalisation of Gvc Hldgs is £2,058,789,740.20.
loganair: I do not normaly predict the price of a share, however it seems to me to be on the cards that this time next year we could easily see GVC share price over £10.
velod: Wood hawk @ ( “..I'm sceptical that we could reach 750 or even 780p, as claimed by some… ). . Eh? 780p??? . - Well I’m with you there; I don’t expect to see 780p by the end of this month either. That’s waaay too much. Much more sensible is the expectation I posted below (or up above if you’re on a desktop compu : ) - And that was: “770p’s/774p) - See? Miles away from your misread 780p : ) . . . : ) . . . : ) . InvestmentGuru pondered if it might reach the 750 mark by the end of the month, as did I (740p that is) - not by Results day, as you mentioned, but by the end of the month. - You gotta give us a fair chance now : ) : ) Joking aside, your mention of: - “ I’m sceptical that we could reach …xxxp… as claimed by some ” is pertinent and leads me to air a point about RECALIBRATION of “normal” expectations. What today in early September is now the new normal? - Well long time holders on this forum have recalled the share price once being 100p some 8 years or so ago. Back then a 10p rise would equate to a 10% rise in the share price. But look at today. The share price rose 7.5p today (which I thought was a lot) but with the share price already £7+ that equates to only a 1%+ rise in the SP! . That’s nothing to the market - a 1% rise. Nothing remarkable at all - but I bet like me, you at first thought Ooh that’s a good rise today - when looking at the share price and not the % rise.. Do you see the point I’m making? - Today I thought Oooh ahh here we go that’s a good rise (12.5p at one point) but look at the % next to the share price above - A measly 1% brings it in to perspective…. And yet the share price sits tonight at an impressive 721.5p! So now the share price is £7+ plus we all have to recalibrate to that of the rest of the market in general, in that it will take a 70p+ rise in the share price to even equate to a 10% rise. The reason it‘s difficult to keep a grasp on “normal“ is that only a few months ago, earlier this year, almost as if yesterday, the share price was £4-odd. So a 40p+ odd rise would get a 10% rise in the share price But not as of today. Right now it’ll take a 70p rise to get that same effect. The market has recalibrated - but have we?
festario: .... oh, and to prove my point, when those late massive trades stop popping up, just like magic, you will see the GVC share price continue to rise up its trend line towards 650p.You can take THAT to the bank!
ballychan: mentions the offer should be rejected as it works out the PE is well below the industry average of 14.8. Based on that PE what would GVC share price be?
whiskeyinthejar: The problem IMO is still that the premium being paid for BPTY means that Gvc shares are less attractive than bpty shares. ie Saying one Bpty share is worth 0.231 GVC Shares is equivalent to saying one Gvc share is worth 4.32 Bpty shares. Because 1/(0.231) = 4.32 So the offer is one Bpty share is worth 0.231 Gvc shares plus 25p. Or the offer is 4.32 Bpty shares for one Gvc share minus 25p per Bpty share. You can derive value of Bpty from Gvc share price: (0.231*385p) + 25p= 114p Or if you work the other way and derive the value of Gvc from Bpty which trades at 108p, then Gvc is only worth 363p! 4.32*(109-25p)=363p So GVC price has fallen because it's been better value to buy Bpty shares. Provided you believe the takeover will complete of course. The difference now however has lessened, so I hope Bpty and Gvc can soon move up together. Newsflow instead of dividends will dictate the price now imo. News of movement towards closing the deal would help. Another profitable update from Bwin showing turnaround continues would help. Regulatory approvals. General market sentiment. Broker upgrades on cost savings. Initiation of broker coverage on GVC. Rumours of disposals eg Bingo, Poker to Amaya perhaps. Santa rally. December best month on market. Completion in January. Refinancing the Cerebrus loan may be enough to restart dividends imo. M&A financing is expensive (Cerebrus loan interest is 50 million euros per year), but they should be able to refinance after completion using power of enlarged group. Anyway it's the way the deal has meant Gvc shares are being given at discount to Bpty holders thats been problem here imho.
timanglin: The management seem to want to keep on increasing their offer for bpty. At this stage, after numerous increasing offers using the shareholders shares and other methods, it should be clear that a simple way to increase the offer for bpty would be to increase the current share price. Maybe management could now focus their efforts on increasing the current what seems to me to be a depressed share price and then when our share price reflects our 'record' trading, make an offer with a higher GVC share price? Just a thought to re focus management on the share price. IMHO.
timanglin: Of course, GVC management, if they win, will work their magic and all being well, my one share and their 3 shares will benefit. So the current BPTY shareholders will benefit 3 times more than I will. In the meantime, I will have taken on board an execution risk, and as the BPTY shareholders seem to have been happy with their management reducing their value by 50%, will take on board little execution risk because their share price velocity was downwards anyway. If I had not taken on board the execution risk, it seems likely to me that the current share price would be higher than it is at the moment, and I would, all being well, be the proud recipient of a continued bumper dividend. The realty as always is reflected by the market in share price movement and for the last month the GVC share price has been dropping, whilst recording record profits and the BPTY share price has been rising, because it is heaven for them. There has to be a clear series of statements from GVC management, not woolly statements like 'derisking', that show the financial, ie money in my pocket today, benefit for current shareholders. For example there could be 'B' shares or preference shares given to current holders in appreciation of the risks that they are taking on board and the dilution that they are taking on board in order to be involved in this transaction.imho, dyor.
eeza: Just a few posts by the fool. stephen1946 - 26 Jul 2015 - 11:21:02 - 18353 of 18559 Nobody yet mentions the enormous advantage of a switch from AIM to main market AND with no extra charges, just a straight switch. Can you imagine the institutions having done their research into GVC past dividends performance? They will pile in, I fancy this to be a huge success. imho. I don't believe it`s ego driven, more like Ambition, which I love to see. Investment guru & Festario know much more than any on here and are probably busy ferretting through the numbers, but I would be a tad surprised if they didn't both back this, if not 100%, 75% for sure. Dilution? maybe a little but the benefits out weigh any fears of such. stephen1946 - 26 Jul 2015 - 10:38:38 - 18347 of 18559 nigelmoat, agree totally with your sentiment, and on the grounds of rock solid support, with a hedge funds unlimited funds whatever K.A. wants, he will get and GVC are now certain to win, hedge funds don't lose. I now don't think the GVC share price fall will be so good for me(was looking for 30-40p), but 10p down and I am in. stephen1946 - 26 Jul 2015 - 07:33:22 - 18336 of 18560 eeza, cox and Cheshire maggot wont be happy, Kenny overpaying like this, but I love him. Sell my bpty this week, get into gvc late next week or early the week after when price falls. then wait for £8-£9 gvc share price by Christmas. Sending K.A. a Christmas card this year.
timanglin: Our current management want to dilute the existing shareholders, by multiples not percentages, in order to gain control of a company that apparently made a loss last year, with a second competing offer against 888, who appear to have BPTY management in their pocket(irrevocable as so on). The result of this has been an erosion of the GVC share price and a significant increase in BPTY share price. However i sincerely hope that there is a master plan involved with the second offer that includes taking some of the grey unprofitable bits of BPTY from the current combined BPTY/888 scenario. However I think that this is now unlikely as the second GVC offer clearly advertised the perceived cash in the bank that is in BPTY, that didnt seem to be being mentioned by 888 or BPTY of which everybody now knows about. So as a GVC shareholder, so far, I am unsure of what is in it for me? Have I missed anything?
festario: If the deal breaks off, GVC share price will increase.If the deal goes ahead, the GVC share price will eventually reach much higher levels.Therefore I'm a buyer at any level below 450pIt's buying money, one way or the other.
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