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PIER Brighton Pier Group Plc (the)

44.50
0.00 (0.00%)
13 Jun 2024 - Closed
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 10 08:00:21
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
17/5/2022
23:21
That's because the real pain hasn't hit yet. When andrew Bailey talks about apocalyptic food prices he means looking forward 12 months and on. Impact of energy rises on joe public only just starting to be felt. Interest rate rises still only getting started. Unemployment will rise and the housing market will falter. All of this will impact discretionary spend and it's probably going to get quite severe for lower earners and the target demographic of many uk leisure operators. So yes I think it's a valid concern
davidro77
17/5/2022
20:46
There's a Bloomberg story today about how the 'fun' sector is feeling the effect of higher electricity prices. Alton towers and Scarborough are mentioned. Alton is maybe going to raise prices (and PIER have said in the past they have room to pass on higher costs), but the question is whether that might affect visitor numbers at a time of cost of living squeeze. It might have a small additional cost impact for the pier and theme park but with a 2022 earnings yield of over 15%, that's already more than baked into the price. No sign so far of lower visitor numbers.
ijamlon
17/5/2022
16:27
Strange share price action today, marked down on a 12 share sale this morning. 3 further buys showing as sells but we've lost 4% off our market cap on less shares traded today than I actually hold!! Crazy.....
dancing piranha
17/5/2022
16:06
Maybe, need to get through to the end of June T/S. Think the share price falls premature unless market thinks early start to spring/summer trade fizzling out.
bookbroker
17/5/2022
16:06
Maybe, need to get through to the end of June T/S. Think the share price falls premature unless market thinks early start to spring/summer trade fizzling out.
bookbroker
12/5/2022
16:40
Nice bounce back today, added a few more too.

I do have a good feeling about this year for PIER.

dancing piranha
12/5/2022
14:59
Yes, you're both right. The company is firing on all cylinders, and will probably have another banner year, especially if we get good weather over Jubilee. Global stock-markets are getting taken to pieces right now and people are liquidating their portfolios left right and centre. I just view it as a great opportunity to top up, as I did the last time we were at this price (then took some profits at 100-110). I do think the stock liquidity is an issue, and means they will likely never trade on a very high multiple, the management have acknowledged this in the recent update. But there a lots of different ways to fix that in the long run.
ijamlon
12/5/2022
11:08
bookbroker, check my previous posts, i do completely agree and am a shareholder for a long time for exactly the same reasons you point at. I also think they are actually making good money today, given the weather of the last few weeks.

The point i wanted to make, in such illiquid stocks, if somebody wants out even for 50.000 or 100.000 shares and nobody is on the buying side due to for instance overall market jitters, you get moves like these.

I think it's a very well run company and the price of oil is already spooking off a lots of people who wanted to go abroad by plane or car on vacation, the money they save on tickets/gazoline they will spend on something else, cause the kids and the adults want to be entertained. Let's hope for a good, shiny summer and it will be jackpot again i think.

kirmich
12/5/2022
08:07
just bought 7500 at 82p very easily, somebody wants out and very little volume, recipy for a falling price
kirmich
11/5/2022
20:38
I don't have a position but I'm curious about this stock. I've never seen such a small number of trades reported on here with such a movement. Thx to those who have posted some background info in recent days, very useful
davidro77
11/5/2022
18:33
davidro,

Maybe illiquid shares are not for you, this could rise an equal amount on 9 buys too!!

dancing piranha
11/5/2022
17:14
Stock falls 8% on total volume of about £22,000! PIER liquidity is so poor sometimes. One day that will have to be resolved.
ijamlon
11/5/2022
16:48
Only 9 trades recorded all day, and all sells?
davidro77
11/5/2022
15:58
Looking a bit soft today, evidently wobbling on discretionary spending questions. Have to wait until summer starts proper, butI think a little premature to jump to any real conclusions.
bookbroker
10/5/2022
16:01
Thanks 1tx. You say 'our', does that mean you are working at or for PIER ?
ijamlon
09/5/2022
14:42
Ijamion comments about the improved business has had a material influence on share performance is correct;however the other reason for the share price collapse pre covid was due to the "guilt by (indirect) association with failed Patisserie Valerie"!Although PIER has absolutely no financial connection we shared a chairman/major investor and our shareprice fell.I bought my shareholding here at about half present price during the sell off.I should point out that our chairman Luke Johnson had no prior knowledge or involvement of the fraud that happened at PV.
1tx
09/5/2022
11:53
Recessions are more problematic for anything other food retailing regarding consumer appetite for spending, but as long as employment holds up people will still spend albeit more selectively.
bookbroker
09/5/2022
11:19
Can anyone articulate why this company is worth more than before covid hit, when we're now potentially going into a nasty recession
davidro77
06/5/2022
21:11
And we've got an extra holiday this year with the Jubilee break. Pier, bars and theme park all to benefit. Forget the share price while global markets are selling off, this company is a cash machine.
ijamlon
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