Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cineworld LSE:CINE London Ordinary Share GB00B15FWH70 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.20p -0.44% 271.80p 271.40p 271.80p 274.00p 270.80p 272.20p 6,685,118 16:35:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 890.7 120.5 16.4 16.6 3,725.31

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/6/2018
10:49
What’s a good entry point? That chart is hard to read given the fund raise
john09
18/6/2018
10:27
Worth buying more each time the price drops back as, IMHO, the price does not reflect the growth here, especially since the US expansion.
andrewbaker
29/5/2018
16:52
Star wars film flopping?
mozy123
29/5/2018
16:44
what`s just happened today? any idea, or it is jus the pull on the global news?
bobogyo
14/5/2018
09:35
Expect a very strong AGM Trading update this Wednesday with Black Panther and Avengers Infinity War smashing Box Office records and with Deadpool 2 and Star Wars about to open. Should trigger significant profit upgrades and re-rating from Brokers. Strong Buy.
chrisfillyourboots
02/5/2018
19:06
Avengers: Infinity War now grossed $784,938,300 worldwide in the first 4 days since release putting it well on track to challenge Avatar as the all time #1 grossing movie at $2.78bn Given the significant operational gearing involved Avengers could have a material impact on Cineworld's earnings and when adding the other Marvel blockbuster BlackPanther in to the mix which has grossed $1.33bn since it's 16 Feb 2018 release plus pipeline of upcoming Blockbusters Cineworld's shares have material upside. TP 350p
chrisfillyourboots
02/5/2018
11:22
Not just any old one film release but probably the #1 grossing movie of all time. Already grossed $725m worldwide in just 5 days.
chrisfillyourboots
30/4/2018
09:29
Based on ONE film release??!!
grahamburn
30/4/2018
08:25
Expect a 10-20% gain in Cineworld as Avengers sets new worldwide box office records. Strong pipeline of other movies in next few weeks including Deadpool 2 and Solo: A Star Wars Story.
chrisfillyourboots
20/4/2018
13:17
Cineworld racked up healthy gains after Berenberg added the stock to its preference list, saying the market is being overly bearish on the prospects for a US rebuild after the significant Regal acquisition and associated rights issue. HTTPS://uk.webfg.com/news/market-report-midday/london-midday-stocks-maintain-gains-amid-mixed-signals-on-rate-hikes--3253033.html
philanderer
13/4/2018
10:54
UBS reiterates 'buy' tp 320p up from 285p
philanderer
15/3/2018
14:26
Day late, but this was in yesterday's Times. Might be an issue for both Cineworld in UK and, even more so, for Regal in USA. _________________________________________ Cpass cinema subscription heralds revolution at the box office Jack Malvern March 14 2018 The Times A subscription service may offer cinemagoers a film a day for a monthly fee of £9.95 A cinema subscription service could be on its way to the UK to cause havoc for an industry so far unscathed by the disruptive forces that have revolutionised music and television. While record labels and television channels have had to cope with the arrival of Spotify, iTunes and Netflix, cinemas have relied upon almost exactly the same business model since the introduction of multiplexes in the 1980s. Now a subscription service plans to offer customers a film a day at any venue for £9.95 a month. The business, Cpass, has not yet launched but it is identical to Moviepass in America which has infuriated cinema chains by offering subscribers daily films for a monthly fee of $7.95. Cinemas say the price misleads customers about the cost of showing films and will lead the subscription service to put pressure on cinemas to lower prices so that it can recoup the losses it makes from frequent moviegoers. Moviepass has 1.5 million subscribers who are given a membership card that acts as a debit card operated by Mastercard. There is no way for cinemas to tell if a customer’s card is linked to the Moviepass app so the only way to reject users would be to refuse all Mastercard transactions. When Moviepass dropped its price below $10 for the first time last year cinemas questioned how long the business could continue, given that it makes a loss when a member watches more than two films a month. AMC, the American cinema operator that also owns the British chain Odeon, said it was “actively working now to determine whether it may be feasible to opt out and not participate in this shaky and unsustainable programme” and said that the price “only sets up consumers for ultimate disappointment”;. Moviepass has said that it can supplement its income by selling its users’ data to film companies but it is likely that it will make money in the long term if it can use its large customer base to pressure cinemas into giving it discounts. British cinemas such as Odeon, Vue and Cineworld had been unaffected until last week when their logos appeared on the Cpass website without their knowledge. The website, which has since removed the logos, is inviting people to register for a trial service. Cpass was co-founded by Puya Vahabi, 33, a lecturer of data science at Berkeley, University of California. He wants to begin the service with 5,000 customers to limit losses and has not received any financial backing. “At the beginning there’s going to be a little bit of loss,” he said. “It’s a matter of making it sustainable per user by using other types of models.” Mr Vahabi, who has not yet applied for intellectual property rights, said in the long term the business would cover many types of entertainment across Europe. He said that there was a gap in the market that was not being filled by cinemas’ own subscription services, such as Odeon’s Limitless offer of films for £17.99 a month. Phil Clapp, from the UK Cinema Association, said that a subscription service “needs to have economic viability”. Stephen Follows, a film analyst, said that cinemas should see Cpass as “an existential threat”. He said a subscription service could apply the same pressure on cinemas that supermarkets use to obtain discounts from farmers.
grahamburn
15/3/2018
09:59
Really good results today with solid profit and margin growth. Looking ahead, integration of Regel cinemas looks like its off to a positive start and there's good features lined up for the screens this year. Share price should get a good boost today.
bignads
09/3/2018
13:00
Falls into the 'nicer problems to have' category....
royjs
09/3/2018
12:12
so much hassle walking into a bank and dropping the wad on the counter! enjoy :)
mozy123
06/3/2018
12:26
Guys what date should those that did not take up the rights expect payment? I cant sell CINN but i cant see the proceeds in my account. Thanks
showtyme
20/2/2018
20:42
Thanks guys so using that example 107.3/108 about 0.6% or around 1% and probably some fixed admin fee and something for the office Christmas party etc
royjs
20/2/2018
20:03
the banks need a cut. i mean thats the only reason to do rights issues. They could have asked for a credit line.
mozy123
20/2/2018
19:49
I can only refer you to my experience last time as detailed in post 1690 when the rump was paced at 338p and I received 107.32p/rights share (108 less expenses). So fees should be around that proportion.
sharw
20/2/2018
19:08
Thanks Any idea what the fees are is it % of total value?
royjs
20/2/2018
18:03
Its all in here :) http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/cineworld-CINE/share-news/Cineworld-Group-plc-Results-of-Rump-Placing/76755401 Rump = the block of shares that were not taken up under the rights issue, and subsequently placed in the market by the underwriters
nav_mike
20/2/2018
17:28
Thanks sharw, where did you find that information and what does Rump mean?
royjs
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