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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
888 Holdings Plc LSE:888 London Ordinary Share GI000A0F6407 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.50p -1.87% 131.30p 130.80p 131.10p 133.60p 129.10p 133.40p 530,755 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 423.9 85.2 20.6 6.4 484.87

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/5/2019
11:55
Once the city spivvs have an agenda against a stock your knackered. Still waiting with cash but will wait for the scum to do their work
francoismyname
17/5/2019
15:20
The outgoing CEO sold 2 million shares in April at £1.54 was it so maybe an overhang I myself am keeping an eye on this share once again might dip my toe in.
tizo100
17/5/2019
14:41
Bought in today, am a long term holder of GVC. Hoping it has found some support at 130.Maybe news at the AGM on Tuesday ?The slide is significant
hatfullofsky
17/5/2019
00:29
francoismyname Check out GVC investor day presentation....not sure they agree with your statement: "guarantee you the FOBTS reductions have decimated high street bookies profits" But I do agree that, regardless, no harm to 888 so I continue to buy both.
red_shed2000
16/5/2019
18:29
I go the bookies a lot and can guarantee you the FOBTS reductions have decimated high street bookies profits. That however doesn’t apply here so still feel we are getting dragged down by a sector collapse rather than it applying to 888. William Hill released 17 week results since the start of the year and maybe 888 should likewise to stop the rot rather than wait till sept for half year results
francoismyname
16/5/2019
16:10
Surely this is now an undervalued company? Have the market makers lost big on a horse race and now taking it out on 888? Directors out of favour?
plumbertrade
16/5/2019
14:34
Well I am down 20 percent now. Thinking to hang on in there for a bit longer
scooper72
16/5/2019
12:44
I'd agree only that the family will decide whether to sell or not, and I can't see them selling when conditions are unfavourable.
alex1621
16/5/2019
12:02
I agree alex i had the same ride up from 30p didnt sell enough at 300p but some, still a shockingly quick erosion of shareholder value here and the company has never really screwed up in a big way but is 60% down from those highs. Had great divis over the time and im still well ahead on these and have recently bought more at 130/135. Surely the bidders that were around before still have the same needs re their technology etc, feels like a sitting duck now.
finkie
16/5/2019
08:55
Well you can buy a few extra shares with the dividend, this must be just a matter of time until it picked up and it will be on the cheap less than 200p a share.
oneillshaun
16/5/2019
08:48
Another bad start to the day . 3p down and to £1.28 at 8.45am. BOD like a rabbit in headlights
francoismyname
15/5/2019
22:52
Cant see wmh bidding they appear to have enough problems of their own william hill gvc ppb share prices have all crashed this sector is a nightmare we need consolidation .
rbonnier
15/5/2019
21:53
Downsizing the teamhttps://m.calcalistech.com/Article.aspx?guid=3761991Also putting their yacht up for rent ? https://www.boatinternational.com/charter/luxury-yachts-for-charter/888--100711
lukehold
15/5/2019
20:49
If the share price went up by £1 over the next few days the directors would no doubt issue an RNS stating they knew no reason for the rise. Why therefore does the fall from £3 to todays price of £1.30 not warrant one either .
francoismyname
15/5/2019
19:28
With this current share price I would have thought Wm Hill would be looking again especially as they are in need of something inspiring to happen as well !!!
oohrogerpalmer
15/5/2019
18:45
This is ridiculous. No shops, no FOBTs ...... what's the problem ??? Answers on a postcard to ..... Been waiting for this to stop falling for seemingly eons now.
podgyted
13/5/2019
20:26
They are really out for this stock. On the sidelines. No debt, people always gamble and a strong brand. Some fall from 3.30 less than a year ago to 1.35 today. and still paying a massive divivend . Somethings afoot.
francoismyname
13/5/2019
20:24
They are really out for this stock. On the sidelines. No debt, people always gamble and a strong brand. Some fall from 3.30 less than a year ago to 1.35 today. and still paying a massive divivend . Somethings afoot.
francoismyname
08/5/2019
19:11
EPS are around 2013/14 levels,if you take off the 2c one off dividend,you have a 50% dividend cut in 2018,yet they consider themselves worthy of a 200% remuneration bonus of their salary depending on certain targets being met,oh & while we're there 15% of salary will be put into pension contribution's each year to all of us who work for this wonderful business.
contrarian joe
04/5/2019
10:52
Eg just a silly example but if the two companies make £50m profit, the FOBT company profits will now £25m(50% loss) less say 4% = £24m profit. 888’s profit would be £50m less 7% = £46.5m Hence my point that although all gambling co’s are down some are being over done which I believe is occurring with 888.
francoismyname
04/5/2019
10:25
High street bookies got 50/60% of profits from Fobts. Therefore only 4% extra reduction from online seems not a great reason for rhecsmw price reduction in share price .
francoismyname
04/5/2019
09:05
I am so surprised that 888 have not made a move on one of the scandi gaming companies, 88 have to do something very soon as the share price shows no sign of being stable.
oneillshaun
03/5/2019
23:04
No but the increase in remote gaming duty will hit 888 the hardest. Goodbody estimate cash profits will fall by 7 percent at 888 compared to 2 percent at GVC and PPB, 3 percent at WMH.
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