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
  4.45 2.95% 155.15 155.05 155.15 155.20 141.90 145.25 16,611,300 16:35:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 3,230.0 273.7 17.6 8.8 2,127

Cineworld Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/2/2020
16:50
shorts reduced nearly 1% yesterday, and as the share price was up today guessing there was a further reduction in shorts today, we will find out next week...
brianbrain
26/2/2020
08:32
Italy and China has closed its cinemas, what do you think will happen when we get fatalities in the UK?Opportunities to buy at a much lower level imo dyor ofc.
rathean
26/2/2020
08:24
So cheap this
john09
26/2/2020
08:23
So now is the time to buy while they are cheap and just before the cash cow gives
werethereisawill
25/2/2020
15:55
That's the problem Premium seats will soon become the expected norm So zero so expected accretive capex becomes defensive/no return capex
williamcooper104
25/2/2020
15:08
Extract from Market Report in The Times: Bigger picture hits Cineworld Cineworld shares slumped to a five-year low yesterday after a “discouraging” performance from one of its main rivals. After its $3.6 billion acquisition of Regal Entertainment in 2017, the cinema group now makes three quarters of its revenue in the United States. However, that means that any weakness at Cinemark, its stateside near-namesake, has a transatlantic read-across to Cineworld’s stock — and Cinemark’s latest numbers on Friday were not encouraging. Revenue from admissions dipped by 2 per cent last year and it recorded at 6.7 per cent drop in visits to its cinemas in the final quarter of 2019. Cineworld now makes three quarters of its revenue in America Analysts at Peel Hunt said that Cinemark’s slowdown meant there were “downside risks” to Cineworld’s results, which are due out in two weeks’ time. The stockbroker said that it would be looking for evidence that Cineworld is taking market share in North America. It added that others had done that by increasing the number of premium seats available for their screens. Shares in Cineworld dropped 10¾p, or 5.9 per cent, to 171p yesterday, their lowest level since January 2015.
grahamburn
25/2/2020
14:23
Sold at well north of 200p Exact same thinking - believe in Cine and the cinema but leverage leaves little room for head winds
williamcooper104
25/2/2020
12:21
Whether you do or don't believe in Cine, 2 things are clear: the debt is scary and structured for a successful operating model; coronavirus will shut down screens as it travels around the world. Only a matter of days before it hits Poland and the other major Central European markets where it operates... and then they will be in real trouble. Sell while you can!!!
dagsteeth
24/2/2020
13:23
If only - coronavirus giving the shorters a nice day across pretty much all stocks
kron76
21/2/2020
23:28
Burn shorters burn
growthpotential
20/2/2020
14:39
Yes good movie young and old Looking forward to James Bond MilitarY Wives must not be missed
werethereisawill
20/2/2020
12:42
Sonic doing much better than expected.
tricky1992000
10/2/2020
21:26
Dude, we know you are short. Investing has risks, everyone knows this so no warning required here. UK government is in debt, it's called borrowing
growthpotential
09/2/2020
16:05
Let them loose their money...the company is a cash cow Plus event cinema is doing very well especially since people are retiring early and living longer with more time on their hands. If you haven’t lately pay a visit and see for yourself the tremendous improvement in all their cinemas
werethereisawill
09/2/2020
15:00
Absolutely convinced I posted on this board on the 16th December when another acquistion was announced, citing the excesses here with debt ballooning to unacceptable levels that could easily now become perilous for this company. Unsure if the post was removed, but it doesn't matter, can make the point now that this company's strategy is out of control. Debt is always the killer and the expansion here is absolutely reckless imo. Anyone investing here should exercise extreme caution and be prepared to lose a significant proportion of their investment. News out from Bucephalus Research Partnership: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=06TNZHRQSE8&feature=youtu.be Not heard of them prior so easy to dismiss any of their points if you so wish, but the liabilities and the market itself (CINE can't even hit their forecasts) is there for all to be seen. Shorts are crawling ALL OVER THIS - just look at the number of funds and the amount shorted in total. It's highly irregular behaviour to have a stock like this to be shorted by so many funds. You can read into that anyway you so wish, but this company is in massive trouble imo and the shorts absolutely know it. They should absolutely not have made that last acquistion. Folk will go on about synergies etc, but the hole CINE are now in is very deep. I suspect this will end very badly so this is just a general warning to investors. This is just an opinion. I have no position in CINE. Always DYOR. Sphere - once more being a good Samaritan.
sphere25
04/2/2020
08:06
I'll buy a few of these
growthpotential
03/2/2020
23:25
Really? Booking 2 adults tomorrow night to see 1917.. Vue is £11.48, Cineworld is £21.90.
ramellous
03/2/2020
23:08
£20 for a family of four therefore an adult pays £5 that is not expensive
werethereisawill
31/1/2020
13:34
Cine are just too expensive for movie tickets compared to Vue. I have vue and cine equal distance from me. I go to vue purely on price. Lots of others do too.
ramellous
30/1/2020
08:27
Interesting....D1 Capital Partners who have the largest short position, reduced for the 1st time on 27.01 Have to see if that is a one off, or perhaps they think its now time to start closing
nav_mike
29/1/2020
11:46
What give me a ton of comfort is that our Israeli friends do not like losing money and the brothers have an awful lot of equity at stake. I reckon they are super confident in their strategy and financed the deals like a private equity firm would have done, to maximise leverage and thereby return on equity. I agree that cinema is not dead. I like going for the experience which is never the same at home not least because however good your home system there are always distractions like making a tea, checking your phone/tablet, having an irritating girlfriend demanding attention etc..I think this is one to double down on and watch the day the shorts start closing. And there is a good h1 slate of films to come
seekthetech
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