Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
William Hill LSE:WMH London Ordinary Share GB0031698896 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.80p -0.68% 262.60p 262.10p 262.30p 265.90p 261.80p 263.60p 1,762,225.00 16:35:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 1,590.9 184.7 21.6 12.2 2,270.68

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/2/2017
13:48
How can you urge a sell & what the hell is zero green ffs , a night club!!
mercer95
17/2/2017
15:59
Sooner the better before the share price gets to Zero Green !! which wont be long at this rate .
catswhiskas
12/2/2017
15:14
Sunday Times article on group of shareholders urging a sale!
dahhad
01/2/2017
11:35
20% of shops will close within 18 months the machines keep them open ask anyone who goes in the shops,WH is the worst on the high street I place around £500 a week in muti bets per week their new bonus is rubbish bet Fred is light years ahead of these.....I hold no position here but if you don't believe me ask friends and family who do use Hills,old,boring who gives nothing to loyal customers.....gla
mrphiljones
31/1/2017
10:44
Fobt news today. Shares up. Report not so bad.
trentendboy
24/1/2017
18:18
They will be wishing they had done one of the deals with 888 or Amaya
frankiethecabbie
24/1/2017
17:35
At these levels, they are prone to interest an overseas buyer
carbon man
24/1/2017
10:49
UBS downgrades William Hill, prefers Ladbrokes CoralTue, 24th Jan 2017 09:55(ShareCast News) - UBS downgraded William Hill to 'sell' from 'neutral' and cut the price target to 240p from 295p, saying the market has not priced in the fixed odds betting terminal risk for the bookmaker.UBS reckons the market is pricing in either no downside risk to Retail earnings before interest and taxes or a multiple for the Online business which it views as stretched given Online key performance indicators and the latest app download trends from its UBS Evidence Lab study.The bank has cut its valuation multiple for the Retail business from 8x to 5x EBITDA to reflect the regulatory risk, and this drives the target price cut and rating downgrade."With increasing regulation and volatility of sports results, coupled with current valuations, we believe it prudent to have a neutral exposure to the sector with clear preference for Ladbrokes Coral," UBS said.UBS said data shows that for William Hill in the UK, the share of app downloads has fallen from 22% in the first half of 2014 to just 10% in the second half of 2016.The bank said it continues to prefer Ladbrokes Coral, which it rates at 'buy'."We see LCL as having more regulatory risk priced in, while the WMH shares fail to reflect this risk, and our data suggests WMH Online will not show a significant recovery in the near term."At 1022 GMT, the shares were down 3.9% to 266p.
frankiethecabbie
18/1/2017
03:03
Good time to buy
mel2608
12/1/2017
18:51
Buy you've got to be kidding don't the ic know there's a gambling review on the high street bookies and highly likely their biggest profit generative is going to be regulated with the possibility of profits being dessimated if the machines are restricted to £2 a go .
catswhiskas
09/1/2017
07:42
LBC David Buick reckons 5% drop on the open
frankiethecabbie
09/1/2017
07:40
More bad news profits warning and wait until later this year when profits are dessimated by regulation of the fobt machines this will be sub 1 pound by the end of the year .
catswhiskas
06/1/2017
04:30
I am buying into WMH on the basis that we will see more consolidation in the sector.. More good news is likely than bad news.. Mkt has discounted the negatives
3dwd
24/12/2016
01:55
Regulate this vermin just like cigarettes and alcohol have been over the last 10 years act now do the right thing and save innocent peoples lives from this scourge.
catswhiskas
23/12/2016
11:47
So we also ban alcohol , cigs and crossing the road!!!!
oohrogerpalmer
23/12/2016
07:58
People who smoke ,take drugs,gamble or drink are responsible for their own actions. It isn't the responsibility of companies to look after them.
biter
23/12/2016
07:45
This will be sub £2 next year when their machines are regulated to £2 a spin its going to happen and it needs to happen urgently before they ruin more innocent peoples lives.
catswhiskas
22/12/2016
09:23
Thanks TEB
cbr60000
21/12/2016
21:03
They think that they are massively undervalued by the market and it is a good use of capital (as they have no idea what else to do with the money that could access)
trentendboy
21/12/2016
18:42
Anyone know why WH are buying loads of their own shares AND holding them as treasury shares?
cbr60000
11/12/2016
11:52
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lloydc
11/12/2016
11:47
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