Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Arena Events G. LSE:ARE London Ordinary Share GB00BF0HYJ24 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 61.50p 61.00p 62.00p 61.50p 61.50p 61.50p 491 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Unknown - - - - 70.50

Arena Leisure Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/1/2018
13:01
Watch John09 he sold AFX talks rubbish
nw99
08/1/2018
11:58
Yep. I think AFX is a good one
john09
08/1/2018
11:47
No idea mate very strange
nw99
08/1/2018
11:18
Why does john09 troll you nw99 Guy is a bellend All his posts are waste of time
lucicavi
08/1/2018
11:13
All piled into ESG from the main write up by the looks of it
dplewis1
08/1/2018
10:17
Only 150,000 shares traded looks like many SCSW subscribers concur
john09
08/1/2018
10:16
Maybe not eh, only up 0.5p on the day. Several of the NAPS waining
john09
08/1/2018
08:10
Bought this one here looks interesting long term
nw99
08/1/2018
08:10
Thats true. But you cant buy em all
john09
08/1/2018
08:08
Sometimes they end up being the best ones to buy
dplewis1
08/1/2018
08:06
It didnt really excite me this one
john09
08/1/2018
08:05
Good to see some fellow subscribers of everyones favourite tip sheet have been buying this morning :)
dplewis1
07/11/2017
07:19
Hi Dan Will be pleased to see any research that you can do. There is not a lot to go on without forecasts from the company or a broker.
cragside
06/11/2017
22:57
Correct you are; sorry for that rather pointless comment! Will contribute some research at the weekend as compensation :)
dan_the_epic
06/11/2017
22:45
Arena Leisure Plc ('Arena' or the 'Group'), the UK's leading operator of horseracing fixtures which owns and operates seven racecourses in the UK comprising Doncaster, Royal Windsor, Lingfield Park, Wolverhampton, Southwell, Folkestone and Worcester. This was the old ARE, and has no connection at all with the recently listed company as far as I can see.
cragside
06/11/2017
21:17
Worth starting with a review of what happened with Arena last time they were listed. I don't know the answer but saw they have been in the past
dan_the_epic
06/11/2017
20:42
There seems to be very little interest in this company based on no bulletin board activity for over 3 months. The interim results were very respectable showing a 12% period on period increase in sales together with very positive comments for the remainder of 2017. I can see no broker forecasts, so have had an attempt at preparing my own for the year ended 31 December 2017; Sales: (12% increase year on year) £114m Gross profit: 29% (same as 2016, but could be better) £33m Admin expenses: (£1m more than last year) £25m Interest: (only £10m of debt now) £0.5m Net profit: £7.5m The above includes an annual depreciation charge of approximately £5.6m, so without any capital expenditure a cash profit of £13m. The net profit produces a P/E ratio of less than 10, whereas the expected P/E ratio is 15, based on other hire companies e.g. SDY, AGK. So the bottom line is this is a growing company and the P/E ratio of 15 would produce a market price of nearer 100p. There probably should be a discount due to lack of liquidity, however we will have to wait and see what will happen over the next 3-6 months as to whether the market agrees. If any other reader has different forecasts to mine I would be happy to look at them.
cragside
16/4/2012
15:31
all paid out now
jpjp100
08/3/2012
19:10
should get the money through in the run up to my birthday! what shall I buy myself....
jpjp100
07/3/2012
17:36
All over amen.
25babies
24/2/2012
18:13
Pub landlady Karen Murphy wins TV football court case Karen Murphy saved more than £350 per month by using a cheap foreign decoder Continue reading the main story Business of Sport Gers' tax bill 'greater than £9m' Pompey 'struggling to end season' Bahrain GP definite - Ecclestone Lin in 'Linsanity' trademark bid A pub landlady has won her court fight with the English Premier League over using a Greek TV decoder to show games. Karen Murphy has paid nearly £8,000 in fines and costs for using the cheaper decoder in her Portsmouth pub. But she took her case to the European Court of Justice (ECJ). It found partly in her favour, and now the High Court in London has also found in her favour. However, the Premier League said it still had the right "to prevent the unauthorised use of our copyrights". The complicated case has been closely watched as it could trigger a major shake-up in the way football TV rights are sold, and potentially pave the way to cheaper viewing of foreign broadcasts for fans of top-flight English games. Time for someone to shaft the racing industry
dugganjoe
01/2/2012
08:56
Interestingly OFT only giving 2 weeks for comments. Therefore not expecting anything of substance methinks. However this must just introduce a tiny element of risk if there are any racing bodies raising concerns. Obviously if the OFT decide there is a case to answer - expect the share price to head downwards.
25babies
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