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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.30p +0.18% 169.50p 391,067 16:35:22
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
169.20p 169.50p 169.70p 165.10p 165.10p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 423.92 85.24 20.62 8.5 625.9

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888 Daily Update: 888 Holdings is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker 888. The last closing price for 888 was 169.20p.
888 Holdings has a 4 week average price of 159p and a 12 week average price of 159p.
The 1 year high share price is 326.60p while the 1 year low share price is currently 153p.
There are currently 369,284,539 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,116,525 shares. The market capitalisation of 888 Holdings is £625,937,293.61.
oneillshaun: anybody else think that 888 will make a bd for Leovegas? Malta based as they want plus the recent share price drop for Leo makes them look cheap and a lot of scans players.
oneillshaun: So you insider moves you mean industry M&A? the share price is flying now.
trentendboy: Something is going down (not in share price terms) Smells like insider moves
oneillshaun: Greta news for GVC and yet the share price still falls.
jamesjoel: The share price says they are not close to a desl
peaeff: TEB Firstly my post 12517 reads "a couple of months" and I said that because I can't see anything, at present, to cause the share price to escalate further, immediately. The news in itself was the driver because we've been waiting a long time for the USA to open up. However there will no doubt be some form of delay whilst things get under way and further time before any benefit hits anyone's bottom line. Therefore I have taken the view that there COULD be a fall back in share price If I'm wrong, my loss but I'm certainly not joking. Regards PS Had I been awake earlier I could have returned at 287p. I wouldn't have argues about 2p. Missed opportunity.
loganair: Noujay - On the strength of the share price may have been manipulated up to allow the major share holders an exit out at a higher price then would otherwise have been the case in a take over situation.
jamesjoel: Yahoo Finance While buying stocks just because they are potential takeover targets is never recommended, attention from competitors can often lead to impressive share price gains for companies on the receiving end. Here are two stock market stars that could soon be getting a lot more attention from potential suitors. "Outstanding progress" Shares in online gaming company 888 Holdings (LSE: 888) enjoyed a positive 2016. Priced at 182.5p in early January 2016, the stock now changes hands for 44% more at 263p. Based on last week's full-year results, the good times could be set to cont inue. Over the 12 months to the end of December, revenue at the £951m cap increased 13% to an all-time high of just under $521m (18% in constant currency). Profit before tax increased "significantly" to $59.2m, with basic earnings per share soaring 74% to 14.4¢. On an operational level, 888 reported that 60% of its revenue in the UK was now generated from its mobile offering. And the business experienced 27% and 49% increases in active players of its Casino and Sports games respectively. As far as international trading was concerned, 888 saw an impressive 45% growth in Spain, making it the company's second largest market. There was also evidence of good progress being made in Italy, Denmark and the company's newest regulated territory, Romania. Those already investing in 888 for income had reason to celebrate following management's decision to hike the total dividend by 25% as a result of confidence in the outlook and the "strong free cash flow" currently being generated. With the gaming industry continuing to move online, I suspect 888 is set to become a strong bid target. Its geographically diversified operations, four B2C "product verticals" (Casino, Poker, Sport, Bingo), B2B arm and net cash position should make it highly desirable in a consolidating industry.
frankiethecabbie: Aug 15, 2016 1:15 PM BSTWILLIAM HILL PLC-21.20ON CLOSING, AUG 15312.50GBpENTERTAINMENT ONE LTD+16.20ON CLOSING, AUG 15255.00GBpA dancing pig in a red dress is unlikely fodder for today's Barbarians at the Gate. But in fact, she's a private equity prize that can provide a useful lesson to a would-be betting behemoth.U.S. buyout firm KKR may be eyeing a bid for Peppa Pig owner Entertainment One after it rejected a 1 billion pound ($1.3 billion) offer from broadcaster ITV, Bloomberg News reported Monday. The potential interest shows that in today's market, if strategic buyers don't pay up, financial acquirers could shove them aside.ITV's 236 pence per share bid for Entertainment One was too low. Bidding at, say, 300 pence a share would still be on the cheap side, relative to global peers. Raising the company's valuation by about 300 million pounds wouldn't be a stretch for KKR. If ITV wants to land its prize pig, it needs to find the muscle to get closer to that level.Let Me Entertain YouShares in Entertainment One are trading above the level of ITV's rebuffed offerSource: BloombergThat's a pretty informative situation for William Hill, the object of interest from rivals 888 and Rank. The two want to create so-called "Megabet" through a complex three-way deal, under which they would merge and then immediately take over vastly bigger William Hill.The company rightly rejected an initial approach, and Gadfly's Chris Hughes argued on Friday that a change to the offer structure might work. Monday indeed saw the suitors present a revised offer, one that raises the valuation and the size of the company's share of the new firm to 48.8 percent from about 44.7 percent.But this was spurned as well -- in fact, the two sides disagree on the value of the new approach, with William Hill saying it's worth 352 pence a share, while Rank and 888 claim it's 394 pence. The share price premium and bigger holding don't get around the fact that the deal is complex, and would still burden the new company with significant borrowings -- 2.2 billion pounds, according to William Hill.Lack of FaithWilliam Hill's foundering share price suggests investors don't expect Megabet to happenSource: BloombergIf a private equity bidder, possibly in conjunction with 888 and Rank, were to come forward, that might lead to a more acceptable outcome. An offer of, for example, over 400 pence in cash would give William Hill shareholders a clean exit, and would be harder to turn down. Then the acquirer would be free to add on leverage.Of course, Rank and 888 should be able to pay more because of the extra synergies they can bring. They point to annual savings of 100 million pounds a year, or 52 pence per share. But William Hill shareholders would have to take this on trust, and the benefits will also take time to come through anyway.The shares fell more than 3 percent on Monday to 323.2 pence, below either sides' assessment of the offer value, indicating that investors are assigning a low probability of the approach succeeding.Barbarians at the Betting Shop might not have such a catchy ring. But to William Hill shareholders it would be more appealing than what's currently on the table.This column does not necessarily reflect the opinion of Bloomberg LP and its owners.To contact the author of this story:Andrea Felsted in London at afelsted@bloomberg.netTo contact the editor responsible for this story:Jennifer Ryan at
stephan1946: The latest comic strip from, Panmure Gordon is astonishing in its total ignorance of the facts. Number crunching is fine but you don't only do the headline figures, the underlying cost savings and other elements have to be taken into account. The motive for Panmure Gordons amazing analyst report can only be to support a "Shorting attack" on 888 share price either tues or wed or later. Panmure put a Sell rating on 888 at 96p. Based on the fact that WMH had an offer of £723m turned down, equating to t/o multiple of 25.5 x eps. Panmure insist that this was way overpriced and that the required figure would be unaffordable and therefore 888 would eventually be cast aside and trail the industry as a whole. Back of a cig packet calculations 888 had £100m in cash jan 2014, now likely to be £140m, so the bid was £583m. The savings at H/O as per 2015 accounts upto 4th quarter, £86m, brings total bid to £497m. Synergy savings depending how big the predator is cannot be less than £97m in round figures, total WORTH of WMH bid was no more than £400m. WMH like all high street bookies is a chancer, yet they paid another bookie, Stanley Leisure £1m net, per shop for his chain and they think they can trample over 888 for a pittance. Panmure Gordon need a decent analyst, somebody who knows the game, who did this claptrap, a TEABOY.
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