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
  -0.70p -0.31% 225.10p 225.30p 227.60p 225.10p 225.10p 225.10p 1,256 08:00:59
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 3,230.0 273.7 17.6 13.0 3,086

Cineworld Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/10/2019
16:57
Just the uncrossing trade, nothing in and of itself to be concerned about.
cwa1
17/10/2019
16:41
1.7M sell at the death there. Ouch
block4gooner
02/10/2019
20:08
I’ll talk you out of it. Market correction stay on the sidelines
john09
02/10/2019
16:56
I'm tempted to top up
williamcooper104
02/10/2019
16:05
I have a "getting tempted" figure of 210p in mind Anyone want to talk me out of it? ;-)
cwa1
02/10/2019
16:03
Added a few more at 215, medium term view for capital return imo dyor ofc.
rathean
24/9/2019
16:53
Recommend Ad Astra. Saw it last night in an open air cinema in Naxos 👍🏼
philanderer
13/9/2019
23:54
movie pass gone - hahahahah https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0C5S1hTBuGE
mozy123
12/9/2019
10:06
12th sept UBS buy tp 345p cut from 375p
philanderer
05/9/2019
21:34
Analysts at Berenberg stood by their 'buy' rating on British theatre operator Cineworld on Thursday after taking its time to delve through the group's first-half results. Details: HTTPS://www.sharecast.com/news/broker-recommendations-/broker-tips-cineworld-barratt-developments-astrazeneca--6999336.html
philanderer
04/9/2019
18:37
Tybourne short interest increased again in notification today.
galatea99
04/9/2019
15:32
sadly at he moment they are on to a winner
srichardson8
04/9/2019
00:15
Tybourne increased once more, they are not giving up: shorttracker.co.uk
galatea99
02/9/2019
19:01
Increased short positions, Tybourne and Marshall Wace. Https://shorttracker.co.uk/
galatea99
28/8/2019
18:30
Surprised with the fall really considering the volume suggests a large buyer. Wouldn't be surprised to see a takeover offer considering the price weakness, and Global City hodling 27.99% only 2% away from mandatory takeover offer!
n0rbie
28/8/2019
16:16
With 2.7m shares traded today, they may well have been buying again. (Almost 4.7m by the close).
galatea99
28/8/2019
15:45
At this rate the Greidingers will be taking this private.
mozy123
28/8/2019
14:05
Yeah fun and games when buy back time comes :)
morus193
28/8/2019
13:56
Now more than 7% of CINE shorted. Https://shorttracker.co.uk/company/GB00B15FWH70/ Perhaps today's move down reflects that.
galatea99
26/8/2019
19:00
Thanks for the article - an unusually well balanced and sensible one.
sammu
25/8/2019
10:18
Article today in "The Times": "It’s been 15 years since Elle Woods, played by Hollywood star Reese Witherspoon, journeyed to Washington DC to have her say on animal rights. Next year, she will return to the silver screen in Legally Blonde 3. We can also look forward to a new James Bond, a sequel to Top Gun and a Barbie film — all likely to draw crowds from the TV and into the cinema. For Cineworld, 2020 needs to be a blockbuster. This month, it said admissions fell in the first half of the year after box-office hit Avengers: Endgame failed to make up for a dismal line-up of films. Mooky Greidinger, chief executive, blamed a series of “disappointing sequels”. Cineworld’s sales fell 11% to $2.1bn (£1.7bn) while pre-tax profits dropped almost 13% to $140m. The shares have been on the slide since May, closing last week at 229.1p, giving the FTSE 250 company a valuation of £3.1bn. Now they may be looking a little cheap. Analysts say investors are placing undue focus on film performance; they should be looking at the fundamentals. And dealing by big investors suggests optimism. When Cineworld spent $3.6bn last year to buy Regal, which has more than 7,000 screens, it became the world’s second-biggest chain, with 9,500 cinemas. Cinemas are traditionally recession-proof. And many think fears of a downturn because of families switching to streaming services are overplayed. Studios are increasingly focusing on large-scale productions that play well on the big screen, such as the Avengers films and James Cameron’s Avatar 2. Netflix and Amazon Prime are more focused on binge-worthy box-sets such as The Crown and Homecoming, which can be enjoyed on a smaller screen. Cineworld, founded 24 years ago with one cinema in Stevenage, plans to refurbish 100 of its American sites over the next three years and add coffee shops and bars to tired-looking multiplexes. The industry trends are also looking good — American sales have slowed their decline from -10% to -6.4% as of August 18. Cineworld has said that its subscription programme, an unlimited card, is running ahead of forecasts since its launch in America at the end of last month. The scheme promises to boost numbers: normal customers visit less than twice a month, subscribers visit almost three times. Analysts at Investec, the firm’s joint broker, have a 415p target on the stock, while Jefferies, which says cinema is “not in structural decline”, is predicting 445p. With a new offering from Star Wars due over Christmas, it may be time to grab a ticket and stock up on popcorn. Buy." Https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/book-your-seat-for-a-revival-at-cineworld-dxsbjvshz
galatea99
16/8/2019
21:22
I want to own a cinema company not a property/cinema hybrid. Happy for them to do more sale and leaseback deals if possible. Also happy for them to use proceeds to pay down debt and pay special dividends. Combination seems sensible to me. They paid down a big slug of debt. Yes there is plenty of it, but debt is cheap and looks likely to stay that way.
sammu
16/8/2019
19:03
Cineworld shares finished 4.9% higher after a trust run for the benefit of the children of brothers Chief Executive Moshe Greidinger and Deputy Chief Executive Israel Greidinger acquired GBP2.2 million shares. Alliance News
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