Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Trinity Mirror LSE:TNI London Ordinary Share GB0009039941 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00p -0.99% 100.00p 99.50p 100.25p 101.00p 98.25p 101.00p 105,551.00 15:59:32
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 592.7 67.2 33.9 2.9 280.80

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/1/2017
17:46
Is there any reason it can't purchase more shares in its daily buyback like the last few days? Instead of 3 or 4k a day up to the holidays?
cityconindex
12/1/2017
11:15
The usual retreat from £1 under way, will we retest 75p this time?
spoole5
11/1/2017
09:32
Correct. EPS has remained pretty constant for the last 10 years or so. Though the make up has changed print revenue is slowly being replaced by digital.
gfrae
11/1/2017
09:00
It's the cost savings that keep the profits going when revenues are constantly falling
s34icknote
11/1/2017
08:30
I would have thought that investing their cash in a business on a p/e of about 3 yielding 6% which they know inside out is a good idea and that they should get on with it,for the benefit of all.
gfrae
10/1/2017
21:22
I don't disagree with this view. My biggest holding but still a bit perplexed by strategy employed by those at the top. Print is in constant decline, they've already had a failed attempt at creating another title, results show that investment in online content is more profitable. Even though there's still a market for the public buying a newspaper, injecting more money in it unless local titles isn't well spent in my view, just like the buyback in shares which is a step too far. Generating too much cash and not enough places to spend it ? Give some back to us patient shareholders instead or make extra payments to reduce that overhanging pension deficit instead
pvee
10/1/2017
21:03
Having read the article, what I find bazaar here is they couldn't buy the I, but spent £5 million on launching their very own competitor. One minute they are trying to make cost savings the next buying a load of over priced titles which will no doubt be downgraded in asset value at some stage. Something doesn't add up here to me.
karlos885
09/1/2017
22:06
Some merger speculation https://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/jan/09/trinity-mirror-in-merger-talks-with-express-newspapers
smicker
29/12/2016
14:27
Hi all, WoW, We're Weally Wocketing noW..... ATB
extrader
29/12/2016
14:09
Maybe the penny is beginning to drop
bc4
27/12/2016
10:24
Bargain rating whichever way you look at it. Someone add to the 100% thread for potential doublers in 2017 - epic is 100%. I've already added ZOO for my tip - see for details.
philjeans
25/12/2016
21:46
Broker price targets below for TNI taken from the HL website. The three current ones, given after the recent update give an average of 178pps. December 2016 Barclays Capital 19/12 Reiterates Equal weight Equal weight 95.00p Numis 16/12 Retains Buy Buy 210.00p Peel Hunt 16/12 Retains Buy Buy 230.00p October 2016
foot in mouth
22/12/2016
16:07
Those 10,000 sells were buys
bc4
21/12/2016
16:21
Holding up quite well considering the recent rise
bc4
21/12/2016
13:15
CGT LOSS; sell in one name, buy back in another - husband and wife, children etc. I do it all the time to reduce gains and use losses.
philjeans
21/12/2016
12:34
'Roll-over for CGT - both at middle price.' What Capital Gain lol? There are many other reasons for a 'put through' at middle market price. It could easily be a brokered deal between 2 clients!
prokartace
21/12/2016
09:31
Old mutual doing the right thing by covering their short here too - could run away this next year. Looks like we're consolidating the gains around £1 atm. Edit: Might be having a go at another leg up
sphere25
20/12/2016
16:53
HTtps://www.trustnet.com/Factsheets/Factsheet.aspx?fundCode=FBFB1&univ=U&;typeCode=FFBB1 HTtp://uk.businessinsider.com/crispin-odey-august-letter-2016-9
davebowler
20/12/2016
15:48
Odey still short so his buying back will also give us a boost!
philjeans
20/12/2016
10:40
If it wasn't for Aviva and its heavy selling these shares would never have gone under a pound and would now be pushing up to £1.70, or at least well above the placement price.At last someone is taking them on.
harry_david
20/12/2016
05:04
Trading at less 3 times earnings so plenty of upside possible
bc4
19/12/2016
20:59
Looking at the five year chart these have a habit of spiking up by about 70p- £1 in a very short space of time.
spoole5
19/12/2016
12:44
It's not a rollover. Someone has come in to pick up large chunks of stock. There was a seller sat around that price, and the clearing of that stock then allowed the stock to break higher on an intraday basis.
sphere25
19/12/2016
12:27
Roll-over for CGT - both at middle price. ;-)
philjeans
19/12/2016
12:24
Two very big buys around 11h30...:)
pvee
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