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PIER Brighton Pier Group Plc (the)

44.50
0.00 (0.00%)
Last Updated: 08:00:26
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Brighton Pier Group Plc (the) LSE:PIER London Ordinary Share GB00BG49KW66 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 44.50 44.00 45.00 44.50 44.50 44.50 416 08:00:26
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Drinking Places (alcoholic) 58.91M 6.37M 0.1709 2.60 16.59M
Brighton Pier Group Plc (the) is listed in the Drinking Places (alcoholic) sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PIER. The last closing price for Brighton Pier was 44.50p. Over the last year, Brighton Pier shares have traded in a share price range of 30.80p to 61.00p.

Brighton Pier currently has 37,286,000 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Brighton Pier is £16.59 million. Brighton Pier has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 2.60.

Brighton Pier Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/7/2022
19:14
Yes, and I'm hoping we'll get given a taster of how July is evolving in the imminent update. Agree that these rail strikes will be a negative.
ijamlon
11/7/2022
13:54
What great weather for a day at the PIER
dartboard1
11/7/2022
12:41
Fingers crossed, indeed!

The chaos at the airports won't be doing us any harm either.

I've put off going abroad this year because I can't be doing with the possibility of long delays/cancelled flights/missing luggage etc... next year it is!

I'm not a lover of airports, even when they are operating efficiently, lol!!

dancing piranha
11/7/2022
12:09
If recent footfall is any indication of what we can expect for the rest of this hot weather, it's going to be a windfall week or two at the pier. Just in time for the July update.
ijamlon
08/7/2022
00:02
Thanks DP, in all my years I have never come across a more neglected stock than this one.
ijamlon
20/6/2022
14:09
I did contact them at the end of last week to ask if there would be a trading update in the near future. The swift RNS today certainly answered my question, bravo!

In this climate, I'm happy we are trading inline, but more hopeful in the meantime, we are continuing to pay down the debt too! I do wonder where the share price would be, if and when the debt is repaid in full! Hopefully within 18 months, when I would be disappointed if the share price isn't above 120p...

I actually like the fact this is so illiquid to trade.... if you like the company and prospects, buy and hold, if not, don't bother!

I'm certainly very impressed with the management, and am quite excited with what lies ahead, regardless of the doom and gloom merchants around now....

The diversity of their assets is recession proof in my opinion, and hence this is the only company I've increased my holding in, whilst exiting others....

Anyway, apologies for my ramble....

dancing piranha
20/6/2022
09:00
Cenkos: Brighton Pier Group (BPG) has released a trading update, confirming it continues to trade in line with market expectations for FY22E. We have already upgraded our numbers twice this year; the latest of which occurred in March 2022. Given the sharp deterioration in the UK (and global) economic outlook seen since then, with inflation continuing to rise and consumers facing a 'cost of living crisis', we consider the fact that BPG continues to trade in line with expectations as an impressive achievement, which is testament to both the quality of BPG's assets, and to management's ability to successfully navigate industry challenges. BPG also announces that it will be changing its year-end date from June to December. With the group continuing to trade robustly, we reaffirm our Buy rating.
ijamlon
20/6/2022
08:08
No cost of living / inflation profit impact at PIER. Trades on a P/E multiple (4.5) that implied there was..."The Group looks forward to announcing a trading update, later in July 2022, for the 52-week period ending 26 June 2022. The Company expects to report that revenue and adjusted EBITDA will be in line with market expectations."
ijamlon
15/6/2022
15:02
Added a few more today....
dancing piranha
07/6/2022
20:57
I also have 1%. That illiquidity is a source of the very low valuation multiple, which is useful for a patient accumulator. But eventually there will have to be liquidity events, as even Luke Johnson and Soros will want some realisable return one day.
ijamlon
07/6/2022
14:31
PIER is thinly traded because about 76% is held by four long term holders. Chairman Luke Johnson,London property investor Harvey Bard;these two holding a little under 30% each,Soros Fund Management around 15% & finance director John Smith just over 3%.Other directors own or have options over around 1% or so.I think John Smith may also hold an additional 3% in his pension investment company.
1tx
07/6/2022
13:35
I'll take that .... I've got stocks on my watch screen over 10% down today!! ;-)
dancing piranha
07/6/2022
12:00
Midday and the total volume traded is £90 (yes, ninety pounds). That's what I call an illiquid stock!
ijamlon
01/6/2022
16:40
Happy with the rise from low 70's to where we are now, in a few days!

Have a nice Jubilee Hols guys, and lets hope for 100p+ next week.... ;-)

dancing piranha
01/6/2022
08:43
Big pop today, but the liquidity this morning is so thin even by PIER standards that I wouldn't put too much faith in the screen price
ijamlon
31/5/2022
20:14
It makes for sensational headlines but the reality is that only a small proportion of flights are affected and just like with house prices as a nation we are obsessed with travel. Memories are short, I bet many affected will moan and say never again but then find themselves booking easyJet or Tui again in the future
davidro77
31/5/2022
09:16
Undoubtedly, that is if consumers can get the airlines to refund their deposits.
bookbroker
31/5/2022
08:06
I wonder if these endless horrendous airport and flight chaos headlines will give staycations another boost this year?
ijamlon
30/5/2022
17:16
A great timed buy, well done!

It bounced beautifully once the gap was filled, hopefully now onwards and upwards!!

A positive TU in June/July should see us heading towards £1 again.

dancing piranha
30/5/2022
16:22
+17% over two trading days. Looks like the seller has sold out. Pleased with my 73 buy.
ijamlon
27/5/2022
14:50
But if it fell 10% on 16 piddly trades you'd be making a big deal of it!! lol
dancing piranha
27/5/2022
14:35
It moved 10% on 16 piddly trades? That's hardly buying pressure?
davidro77
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