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PIER Brighton Pier Group Plc (the)

44.50
0.00 (0.00%)
18 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 43.80 44.50 76,001 08:00:13
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 59.50p.

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
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
27/5/2022
13:47
davidro,

No buyers....lol!

dancing piranha
27/5/2022
10:28
I understand, just poor sentiment on consumer discretionary spending.
bookbroker
26/5/2022
21:07
How much did they pay for light water valley?Interested to know more about why PE has halved from pre covid to under 5Think conspiracy theories about MMS are nonsense. Just no buyers out there for anything connected to retail or leisure and poor liquidity
davidro77
26/5/2022
16:27
Bought some @ 73. There's an anxious seller out there still giving them away.
ijamlon
26/5/2022
12:28
Re cost of living squeeze: this is super anecdotal but I was chatting to a cab driver in Manchester today. His view was it's having no impact at all on leisure activity there: the pubs, restaurants and clubs he drives to are all busier than ever. Blackpool too he thinks. People have built up savings last couple of years and house price strength has left a lot feeling richer. People are fed up of not enjoying themselves since Covid and have a different attitude. Plus it's summer so people are just turning off the heating. If we're still in the same situation in November then who knows but so far things are resilient. Sunak's latest subsidy will help too.
ijamlon
25/5/2022
18:52
Hope so, let’s hope gap around fifty pence not filled next, from last summer!
bookbroker
25/5/2022
17:58
The gap is pretty much filled now, just desperate/impatient peeps shuffling money around chasing the rising shares of the day!
dancing piranha
25/5/2022
17:52
Time the directors came in and bought some stock, show some confidence in this business, that is unless they know something we do not!!!!!
bookbroker
23/5/2022
20:57
My feeling is that very sadly and unfairly this real income squeeze is yet again going to hit the poorest people hardest. A hotel cleaner I know was in tears a few weeks ago over her power bill. Meanwhile, here in London, it's like nothing happened, in fact it's boomtown : can't get a table in a restaurant, can't find a taxi. Service industry booming. What I don't know is where in the income spectrum the pinch kicks in and if it's hitting the key consumer demographic of the pier and park.
ijamlon
23/5/2022
18:58
I totally agree, beware of davidro, he has an agenda. THG and WOSG for starters, and there are quite a few more. I wouldn't want to spend an evening out with him for sure... when questioned on what share he would recommend in these times he refused to mention one that he favours!!

I'm happy to hold here, and will be paying a visit to Brighton Pier over the Jubilee Holiday Weekend too. Looking forward to it already...and seeing just how busy it is!

I'm already fed up with the media trying to talk us into a recession just to make headlines for themselves....

dancing piranha
23/5/2022
17:08
Carry on like that, and you’ll talk the country in to a recession. Whatever one says about energy price cap rising, food inflation, etc., people have become far too used to food deflation and leaving the lights on. Four pints of milk costs less than coffee in Starbucks, Nero’s, a loaf of bread at a pound. I think if people want loads of kids, fine, but don’t complain constantly about the costs of raising them. Are two kids not enough, we are not a third world country or living in the era of the Bronte’s when childhood mortality high. We have free healthcare, a generous welfare state, what more do people want!!!
bookbroker
23/5/2022
17:01
I think people are only just starting to appreciate how bad this coming recession is going to be and how hard it's going to get for average joe. Plus lots of people just selling to get out of stocks and raise cash
davidro77
23/5/2022
08:36
The share price has fully discounted a sharp consumer leisure slowdown that hasn’t happened yet. I agree there should be some adjustment reflected in the forecasts for the next year or two, but we are now looking at an asset backed business with a 25% net profit yield. They could probably do a sale and leaseback of the theme park and pier freeholds and generate enough cash for a special dividend higher than todays share price! (Secure Income REIT readily finances these deals). I’m not saying they should, I’d prefer to keep the balance sheet strong and enjoy high growth for years, but it highlights the deep value in today’s stock price.
ijamlon
20/5/2022
15:32
Anne Akford was likely far too optimistic at the results statement, suggesting that things were rocking. That was a backward looking view instead of forward, she must have been aware that the consumer noose was tightening, so should have been more conservative. At least they are on the debt front, so by reducing net debt wise. As for any acquisitions that should be out the question in the current climate, make the most of existing resources, and entice customers with offers, etc.
bookbroker
19/5/2022
17:20
Yup - that's why it's a great time to accumulate. On a 2-3 year view looks like a dead cert for 100%+ imo.
ijamlon
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