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
  +0.25p +0.31% 81.50p 81.50p 82.00p 82.50p 81.00p 82.00p 187,562.00 16:28:46
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 592.7 67.2 33.9 2.4 229.30

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
03/12/2016
17:27
patienceavirtue. Just so you know, rises in bond yields lead to bigger falls in bond prices and as most of the funds have to be at least 90% invested this would lead to a widening of the pension deficit! A 1%(100basis points) rise in yield from 1.4% to 2.4% would result in a 10 yr bond losing 9% a 1% rise in yield from 1.75% to 2.75% would result in a 15yr bond falling 12% Good luck with your pension deficit
prokartace
02/12/2016
14:32
Thanks,So they bought from JPMorgan,who have apparently sold 5 million odd shares recently.
gfrae
02/12/2016
11:00
They increased... it was their large trade on wednesday.
mrx9000
02/12/2016
09:54
Confused by the Aviva announcement,despite rereading it....have they increased or decreased their holding ?
gfrae
27/11/2016
03:49
There is word that all their properties are freehold!
foot in mouth
26/11/2016
11:59
so this is the company that owns the mirror.co.uk right? What other businesses/websites does it own? so far I've found: owning three national titles - the Daily and Sunday Mirror, and the Sunday People - plus the Scottish Daily Record and many of England’s largest regional papers, including the Manchester Evening. They also seem to have acquired regional newspaper group Local World. Strong net cash inflows resulted in net debt (4) falling by £44.9 million from £92.9 million to £48.0 million. The Group held cash balances of £85.3 million at the period end. Pension Deficit: The IAS19 pension deficit increased by £120.8 million to £426.0 million (£349.5 million net of deferred tax) driven by a fall in long term interest rates. Alongside the share buyback, the Board has agreed to contribute a minimum of £5 million or up to a maximum of 75% of the share buyback as additional funding to the defined benefit pension schemes. What else am i missing? is this company still on the hook for the £41m to cover the hacking claims?
frew34
25/11/2016
17:13
Got my divi today! That'll do nicely!
foot in mouth
19/11/2016
22:11
Snicker, I am like you in not knowing the number but it is pleasing the payments are now realistic. Even if the ambulance chasers get twice as much as their clients the current provision covers 600 claimants.
harry_david
19/11/2016
16:50
Harry. Is there anywhere one can find the total number of cases outstanding. At one point shorters, EK i think among them, were indicating there could be 1000 cases. That would give 20m as an upper limit which compares with 500m which was given as the sum paid out by the Murdoch group. I think it also needs to be noted that these cases are likely to fall due over a number of years which also spreads the impact. I'm likely to go back in here when the selling stops or the buyback is conducted seriously https://www.theguardian.com/media/2016/nov/17/mirror-publisher-settle-phone-hacking-claims-les-dennis-natasha-kaplinsky
smicker
18/11/2016
09:57
Hacking, 29 settled for half a mil, sounds ok to me
harry_david
15/11/2016
09:04
wot - no buybacks? BUY the dips - value will out eventually.
philjeans
14/11/2016
15:04
It was 292 shares wasn't it? What you have to look at is the bigger picture... for example what I see is that they have been increasing at they go... take a look... https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/00082548/filing-history They started with about £30k in September, took it to £60, then £80k, then upto £100km then around £135k, then recently £175k... clear as day if you ask me.
mrx9000
11/11/2016
17:08
Barclays are useless! Peel Hunt will get their chance soon I hope.Right now it's all about interest rates. Trinity is the best way of shorting bonds, a one percent move cuts the pension deficit by about £200 mil.
harry_david
11/11/2016
15:05
gfrae, I think its clearly a price support mechanism. The shares bought arent cancelled either.
smicker
11/11/2016
14:24
TNI just totally battered by the Pension deficit which far eclipses the market value of the equity. Agree with the positives listed above on cash flow, debt reduction and earnings, although have not checked the non-current (property) assets on the bal sheet. Isn't the next triennial pensions review in 2017? In which case, the trustees may be asking for higher annual top-ups than the existing £36mio or so. If long term rates continue to rise, this should be a good investment I think, but it's clearly risky.
onwego
11/11/2016
09:14
It almost seems as if the lower the price the less they buy in. I thought you were supposed to buy low ? Maybe the machine needs tweaking ?
gfrae
10/11/2016
22:38
Hi pvee, ...still can't understand why the board has decided to do a share buyback programme instead of funding the pension deficit ...... AIUI, they're doing both : funding the pension deficit because they have to please the Trustees (if they want to pay dividends)....and buying back shares because they have the cash-flow to do so (AFTER paying dividends) and want to please the shareholders.... ATB
extrader
10/11/2016
20:05
My biggest holding but still can't understand why the board has decided to do a share buyback programme instead of funding the pension deficit if quite cumbersome and holding back the share price. Maybe the underlying reason for the weakness although starting to pick up
pvee
10/11/2016
14:11
Never been one for charts my self however they can (Chartists) spot trends before they become apparent to many so how long will it be before the price hits 65/70 as we are well on the way and has been for some time almost tracking itv's fall.As always I could be wrong.
dazzaa
10/11/2016
13:37
Appreciate your points CJohn. Pension deficit can fluctuate and with interest rates more likely going up than down the deficit might be a lot less in the future. The Local World purchase was part funded by share issue at much higher price and the remainder in debt which is disappearing quickly. TNI has a niche market, no competition in the regional papers and the circulation of The Mirror is holding up well. The newspaper industry is like I said before in decline but the pace of decline is far slower than many had anticipated. The property portfolio is worth hundreds of millions in the last valuation if I remember correctly.
patience a virtue
10/11/2016
12:34
HI Kazoom, the 426m déficit doesn't include the recent further cut in interest rates. Without the déficit, it would be fair to value these on a PE basis and, then, in spite of the poor business prospects, they would be a clear buy. However, on an enterprise to earnings basis, they don't look to me to be particularly undervalued. Funding requirements for the pension may well need to be increased at the next review. At 36m a year, they are already a significant drain on cash flow. There have always been boosters of the digital side of the bueiness on this BB. By buying up the remaining 80% or so of Local World, they have now got an annual turonver of close to a hundred million in digital, about 13% of total revenue. However, digtial growth rates have, of course, moderated, and are now close to single figures. And, in my view, are likely to fall further. ((Further elements of the specialist digital división are rightly, also likely to be sold off. The specialist división has never added economic value and is a drain on capital.)) So digital is simply not big enough, let alone grwoing fast enough, to reverse the trend in revenue declines. This is the case now and it has been for years. Strategy? They will doubtless use any sapre cash to try to acquire scale in digital. The problem is that digital media is increasingly commoditised. Competition is ferocious. Any pluses here: cash flow rightly mentioned by all posters. And there's the interesting matter of barriers to entry to industries in (terminal) decline. New Day is an example of what will happen to any outfit foolish enought to launch a competng daily. So TNI is spared further entrants to the market, preserving margins longer than might otherwise be expected. The same logic applies to local media. What new company in their right mind would buy into local newspapers. Hence, less competition for TNI. Should TNI continue trying to buy up assets of a limited life in a rapidly declining industy? It depends on the rpice paid. The inital purchase of Local World, back in 2012 from memory - was a brilliant move. However, they over-paid last year in my view. 3 times the 2012 Price. What were they thinking of? They need better negotiators. all the best to all on here and good luck to holders.
cjohn
10/11/2016
12:10
Good post kazoom, agree with all your points. The newspaper industry is in decline but it will not be dead by tomorrow, in fact I expect it to last for many many more years. TNI has many quality national and local papers people like to read. Pension deficit is an issue affecting many UK companies, including some ftse 100 companies.
patience a virtue
10/11/2016
12:02
Yes kazoom not a bad analysis of where it is at the moment. In terms of profit contribution of the mirror and its pension deficit is that definable from the regionals profit and deficit?
dazzaa
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