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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
  -2.04 -3.17% 62.30 62.44 62.54 64.74 61.72 64.74 5,634,135 16:35:08
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 623.4 -2,200.0 -140.7 - 855

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24/8/2021
17:40
Excellent close and move today two resistance points taken out 63.66p and 65.48p. Just get through 67.06p and we could be on to something. Amc chart looking interesting too. dyor active
srpactive
24/8/2021
16:07
Building up stronger, could we about to receive something that constitutes a positive. dyor active
srpactive
24/8/2021
14:37
j9 If we break above and close higher than 65.48p would be a good start. dyor active
srpactive
24/8/2021
10:53
It looks like Dec 17. I stand to be corrected as always. dyor active
srpactive
24/8/2021
10:50
Du uh know Du uh know du uh uh uh uh Du uh know
knowing
24/8/2021
10:43
When’s Spider-Man - No way home movie out?
ny boy
24/8/2021
10:29
Through 63.66p, looking decent for an attempt at 65.48p. We shall see. dyor active
srpactive
24/8/2021
09:04
mi Yes as I have always said a good civil balanced thread is best, yes I listen to both sides. Support is in the 50p's although I feel there will be positive news regarding viewing with the new slate of films. But yes dyor a must for all. active
srpactive
23/8/2021
10:12
Lets keep this a balanced thread srp. What if we don't break above 67p? Tank to 20p?
millenniallnvestor
23/8/2021
08:17
Morning all, news of the new releases are feeding through even into the FT, I am expecting a decent move higher this week as the ftse reshuffle valuation date end August approaches. If we can break above 67p that would set the cat among the pigeons for certain. dyor a must. active
srpactive
21/8/2021
21:31
Bond .. Top gun .. Etc 😉
john09
21/8/2021
21:24
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-9913011/World-premiere-No-Time-Die-held-September-28-Londons-Royal-Albert-Hall.html
srpactive
21/8/2021
16:04
An interesting statement from Cineworld's 2021 interim report for the 6 months to June 2021 is that "Net financing costs totalled $343.1m during the period (2020: $290.3m)". Having declared losses of over $3500 Million over the 18 months up to June 2021 Cineworld has had to borrow money to survive and pay the interest on it's loans and other liabilties. This is of course reflected in the increased finance costs.
lthtrust
20/8/2021
15:29
Or a maverick ;
srpactive
20/8/2021
14:48
Cinema box office takings are currently at 50% of pre-pandemic levels according to BBC article: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-58270577. Cineworld's base case scenario is for 60% rising to 90% by the end of the year. The Coronavirus delta variant is spreading rapidly and the current vaccines are less effective against it than the original coronavirus. It would take a brave man or a fool to invest long in this heavily indebted company with negative equity attributable to equity holders.
lthtrust
20/8/2021
14:40
The IC are a good magazine for excellent in depth content knowledge. Also have their ear to the ground, I value them for long term trend spotting. I hold for decades so suits me. They are not speculators just content. dyor active
srpactive
20/8/2021
14:30
That's a strong sell then
privileged
20/8/2021
13:51
The Investors Chronicle have us as a BUY at 66p. dyor active
srpactive
20/8/2021
12:05
Gentleman on radio two news has just stated cinemas takings last month did well and looking to increase further next month. Hopefully. dyor active
srpactive
20/8/2021
11:29
The turning point for the downturn was the pulling of the bond film, lets hope the indicator for the upturn is the Bond film release. Bank holiday next weekend, then September, hoping for a good news month. dyor active
srpactive
20/8/2021
10:48
Enjoy William, Stay away from those £6.00 haribo's ;) poundland do great deals on sweets lol
millenniallnvestor
19/8/2021
13:16
I'm booking the family trip to the imax to see Bond at the end of September and very much looking forward to it
williamcooper104
19/8/2021
13:14
Wanting to and needing to are two very separate things That Cine needs new equity isn't in question If you're bullish it's because you believe equity can be raised on a recovery at higher levels than the current share price And if you're bullish best not to look at EVs :)
williamcooper104
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