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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cineworld Group Plc 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
  1.06 1.75% 61.56 61.52 61.66 62.38 60.64 60.92 4,950,599 12:19:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 623.4 -2,200.0 -140.7 - 845

Cineworld Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/9/2021
19:37
My 60 grand will go in when the time is right. A month down the line I hope.
deltalo
16/9/2021
19:12
I'll wait until the covid rates in the US and the UK get under some control. I know that you can get covid and have symptoms even when you've had the two jabs, I know some who have and luckily the vaccine protected them from serious infection. I've had two jabs, and touch wood haven't cought it so far. Need to get all 12-17 year-olds to take up the rollout as theses are a big percentage of Cineworlds revenue. Let's see what happens.
deltalo
16/9/2021
17:28
I nearly bought at 1629 BST today but didn't do so in the end. I couldn't work out whether the price is "nicely cheap" or concerningly low, having this afternoon violated the apparent 5D and 1M support level of approx 62.00 GBX. I had also nearly bought at approx 1330 BST today, attracted by that apparent support level, but thankfully I didn't as it soon afterwards declined. So much for my limited technical analysis capabilities!
rookieswingtrader2020
16/9/2021
14:59
couple worrying dips this afternoon. Quiet here today.
millenniallnvestor
16/9/2021
09:10
Peteret, it's more than a laser through cine's private parts if they dont bring in massive box office takings!
millenniallnvestor
16/9/2021
08:31
1happyinvestor, FWIW, when I posted $1.2m was the "Overall Gross". I guess that that wasn't the final number. I can see that it's now $10.1m. It would be helpful to work out what time the numbers are final. JakNife
jaknife
16/9/2021
07:22
Jacknife Is there a reason you divided actual uk box office for last weekend by a multiple of 10??? At c. 63% of 2019 comparitive I wouldn't describe it as "awful"
1happyinvestor
16/9/2021
02:39
So with covid rates increasing, seat numbers are still going to be suppressed for the time being then. Need to get the 12 -17 age groups to be vaccinated now to help stop the spread of this deadly virus. Take-up is not moving fast enough. Sp will continue to fall as inflected number's continue rise imo.
deltalo
15/9/2021
23:17
https://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2021/09/15/is-the-cineworld-share-price-heading-to-zero/
bingaxu
15/9/2021
22:33
Ah mister Bond we've been expecting you to bring in massive box office takings. Or it's a laser through your private parts.!!!
peteret
15/9/2021
22:29
Bond is going to be massive.Saw free guy the house was packed.Spoke to the manager who's is looking for more staff.
peteret
15/9/2021
20:52
j09 With the company situation and industry as it is at the moment, the negative argument has more power, hence the share price weakness and posters. It could change though if any good news is released, both sides have their own view. At least the thread is civil which is good. dyor active
srpactive
15/9/2021
11:01
ouch, will bond help recover the lost revenue? or will the debt drag cine to the gallows?
millenniallnvestor
15/9/2021
09:10
Awful numbers for UK box office takings last weekend: https://www.boxofficemojo.com/weekend/by-year/?area=GB $1.2m for last weekend versus $16m for the equivalent week from 2019 pre-covid.
jaknife
15/9/2021
02:12
Never seen such a passive aggressive de-ramper
john09
15/9/2021
01:35
1happy, I too expect September 2021 revenues to be above 45% of 2019's. After all August 2021 was around 50% of 2019's. Less than the 60% or more that Cineworld said was required in the base case scenario. It all depends on the Movies that the Studio's decide to show in the cinemas/theaters and the effect on demand caused by the spread of the new coronavirus variant(s) in the coming months.
lthtrust
15/9/2021
01:19
1happy the base case scenario is 90% of 2019 revenues by the end of 2021, this is to avoid the need to take on even more debt and for cineworld to stay afloat. Did you notice that cineworld borrowed another $200 million in July 2021 ? Did you also notice that the interest that cineworld are currently paying on the B1 term loan (maturity 2024, with a face value of $501.3 million as of 30th June 2021) is 7.0% plus 8.25% PIK.
lthtrust
14/9/2021
18:32
LTH Did you give us the percentage for previous week? Maybe I missed that ;-) I predict higher than 45% like for like month of September and higher still October onwards. Lets see whom time proves correct :-)
1happyinvestor
14/9/2021
13:35
mi That is the question, quite right. dyor a must. active
srpactive
14/9/2021
13:34
Is it too little, too late?? Will cine ever make a profit again??
millenniallnvestor
14/9/2021
13:08
J Okay thank you. We just need L's excellent info updates to show this too going forward, please keep us updated L. Thank you from me. dyor a must. active
srpactive
14/9/2021
13:05
100% sold out for the whole first week as far as i can see
john09
13/9/2021
21:30
J Thank you both, looks like over 65% of seats are gone. dyor active
srpactive
13/9/2021
16:35
https://twitter.com/John0901980189/status/1437439772079923206
john09
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