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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
888 Holdings 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
  -0.90p -0.57% 157.00p 157.60p 158.10p 164.90p 156.80p 158.00p 949,926 16:35:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 401.1 13.9 2.6 57.1 571.93

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/11/2018
10:57
jees the fall from 320p for a cash rich company like this is quite shocking.....whether its really worth half as much as it was we will see.....
finkie
31/10/2018
10:09
William Hill and Mr Green today what about 888 and Betsson!!! Betsson has base in Sweden which would help 888 have less reliance on the UK market and other Grey markets. Or even more exciting would be 888 buying LeoVegas.
oneillshaun
30/10/2018
09:15
UK Budget: Fresh wave of M&A igaming deals expected The rise in Remote Gaming Duty in the UK will result in smaller operators selling up, according to industry analysts. Chancellor of the exchequer Philip Hammond announced that RGD is to jump from 15 per cent to 21 per cent, making up the shortfall in Treasury income created by the reduction in maximum FOBT stakes from £100 to £2 as of next October. Online sports betting and horse racing taxes remain unaffected by the increase. Julian Buhagiar, co-founder of specialist gaming industry brokerage RB Capital, called the rate rise announcement “inevitable but disruptive” and expects to see dominant igaming operators claim even more market share as a result. “The rise was not unexpected but this doesn’t take away from the further pain many UK-facing operators are going to have to prepare for,” Buhagiar said. “In addition to the fallout from changes in Brexit-related legislation, this industry is constantly adapting to wave after wave of regulatory changes and, because of this announcement, some operators will feel like throwing in the towel. “We’ve already seen a spate of mega deals with the likes of GVC and the Stars Group completing major M&A transactions. The rate rise will only mean one thing: that life will get tougher for smaller operators and they will either be forced to downsize UK operations, shift market focus elsewhere or sell to the highest bidder. “We fully expect this Budget decision to be a catalyst for increased M&A which will start as early as the first quarter of next year, and for already dominant brands to further strengthen their positions by capitalising early on these buy-side opportunities.”; Clive Hawkswood, CEO of the Remote Gambling Association, said in a statement that the UK was now “less attractive” to internet gambling companies and they would seek to make up for lost revenues by turning their attention abroad. Meanwhile, the slashing of rates by a third for businesses with a rateable value of under £51,000 was generally given a guarded welcome. However, John Webber, head of business rates at Colliers International, said that the changes do not address the need to help big retailers that have suffered recently. "Most of the high street remains at the mercy of escalating business rates and the failure to address this issue will just mean the carnage on the high street will continue,” Webber said. NY Court: DFS is gambling The future of daily fantasy sports in New York is uncertain after the state Supreme Court ruled the games are gambling and violate the state’s constitution, the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle reported. UK Budget: Online gaming operators suffer tax hike The UK chancellor of the exchequer, Philip Hammond, has reaffirmed the crackdown on fixed odds betting terminals promised in the summer – but the resulting loss will be compensated for by an increase in Remote Gaming Duty. Greentube live on Mr Green Greentube is rolling out its casino content with igaming operator Mr Green. Related articles Photo-Me up Bahraini group bids for Photo-Me
oneillshaun
24/10/2018
07:46
Sad thing is that nobody is look at acquiring any European gaming companies unless they have a deal that is huge in the US and right now 888 does not look very attractive.
oneillshaun
23/10/2018
16:16
Wish I'd known about IC comments as I would have sold! !! Would have had a much healthier looking portfolio. Until US does open up more its going to be a long slow climb back.
oohrogerpalmer
23/10/2018
13:35
IC View Shares fell on results day, and have lost a fifth of their value over the past 12 months as the sector undergoes both legislative liberation and restriction. But at 13 times forward earnings, the shares trade at a discount to their two-year historical trading average and the sector. With cash on the balance sheet and no debt, expansion plans look well funded too. But we want to see signs of progress in the US before turning bullish. Hold. Last IC View: Hold, 279p, 21 Mar 2018
bulltradept
23/10/2018
12:09
Check my post 12526
coxsmn
02/10/2018
08:31
prettygreen - i think right now if shareholders got 200p they would be happy this is sad 888 is one of the industry monsters.
oneillshaun
01/10/2018
09:12
Surely this is takeover material at this price. Remember the board holding out for £3 a share .... if only
prettygreen
27/9/2018
20:08
ooh There is no mystery here. Its been a wonderful short from 320p to 190p The close was robbery because bid was around 195p and within 15minutes to close 191.5p...also late trades show large MMs mop up price at 190p Oversold and blue day tomorrow. No Debt Xmas betting season coming up 888Sport in New Jersey just spun up Game on. I am going for some more... these shares are a punt IMO DYOR - AII IMO
cantrememberthis2
27/9/2018
19:33
Are the results really that bad!!!! I know £3.20 was overpriced but the fall from there is like the side of everest, Something not right and i just hope that they are doing a sizeable deal because they are getting left behind if not. Maybe that's what the problem is??
oohrogerpalmer
27/9/2018
17:45
888 dividend yield is ~3.4% at share price of £1.90.
coxsmn
27/9/2018
15:28
Why...!!! What's gone wrong with this one...?
isabellaag
27/9/2018
14:37
down she goes.
cryto_charlie
27/9/2018
12:45
way oversold for reasonable results.
mcbull
27/9/2018
11:53
Or possibly not
prettygreen
27/9/2018
10:19
Possibly reversing now..
bulltradept
27/9/2018
09:23
Got caught out bottom fishing stop loss triggered
cleverinvestor
27/9/2018
08:22
There has been a very distinct lack of news flow over the last few months but it's clear from the decline in share price that some were in the know and the share price has acted accordingly. These figures, despite the upbeat comments, are obviously not what was required to halt the slide so it's decision time, sweat it out or take the loss. It's so frustrating to see a 33% decline in share price and yet management don't see fit to comment in the slightest. regards
peaeff
27/9/2018
08:21
Had this on my watch list with a view to buying in but on the basis of these results I will be taking them off.
salpara111
27/9/2018
08:19
Just a matter of time until GVC pick up this dog.
oneillshaun
27/9/2018
07:46
Should have listened to the old adage, sell in May. Those days of £3 plus seem a long way away now!!!
oohrogerpalmer
27/9/2018
07:38
Where's the bottom? £2.00? Support?
bulltradept
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