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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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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
05/9/2021
16:07
But one things for sure. Some people arent going to be able resist going to watch James Bond, Spider-Man and Top Gun…
john09
05/9/2021
16:05
Cinemas are definitely autumn and winter stocks
john09
05/9/2021
16:01
I miss judged my purchase because they dived as soon as I bought (@95p) I'm not worried, I think they will come round and before Xmas
ashleyjv
05/9/2021
15:50
And your interest in Cineworld is what exactly? I bought at 60p in August x300,000. Up £21k in a month . No luck required 👍 Presumably you’re here because you see value. Because the time to short was in April at 125p
john09
05/9/2021
14:52
Trading is trading I dont care why the price inflates. You’re wrong that its bought by “US newbie investors” its being bought by a worldwide reddit following. 1. How long before they want to trade 24.7 and pick UK equivalents? The obvious read across to AMC is apparent to me 2. How long before CINE list in the US?
john09
04/9/2021
23:26
I hope he’s actually shorting and not just trying to talk it down to get in 10p cheaper for the last 12 months whilst missing all the various rises like a massive loser . I see the latter time and time again 😴🤣
john09
04/9/2021
23:24
LTH, Already survived a year past when you were talking of their imminent demise eh ;-) Covenant waivers agreed again and clearly lenders happy to work in cooperation with the business :-)
1happyinvestor
04/9/2021
22:50
Cineworld 2020 Loss after tax $2,651.5 Million, Cineworld adjusted loss after tax for the first 6 months of 2021 $581.8 Million. Cineword Equity attributable to equity holders of the Group ($276.6) Million, that is Minus $276.6 Million according to the 2021 interim results.
lthtrust
04/9/2021
22:18
% of cineworld screens that are located in the USA 74%
john09
04/9/2021
22:16
US only list of biggest cinemas by screen 1. AMC 8,043 screens 2. Regal 7,178 screens 3. Cinemark 4,630 screens
john09
04/9/2021
22:07
AMC market cap $23 billion Cineworld £900 million You’re welcome
john09
04/9/2021
22:07
List of biggest cinema chains in the world # Chain HQ Screens Sites 1 AMC. United States 11,041 1,004 2 Cineworld United Kingdom 9,500 793 3 Cinemark United States 5,957 533 4 Cinépolis Mexico 5,251 335 5 CGV South Korea 3,459 463 6 Cinemex Mexico 2,861 332 7 VUE United Kingdom 1,989 228 8 Cineplex. Canada 1,676 164 9 Wanda. China 1,657 187
john09
04/9/2021
21:40
JakNife, I could not have put it better myself. Do not forget that Cineworld borrowed another $200 Million in July 2021, we also have the Cineplex judgement to look forward to. Cineworld have enough cash in the bank to service their debt's and liabilities for the time being, but they cannot keep burning cash forever.
lthtrust
04/9/2021
00:21
That wasn't my question LTH. How much was paid out total in each of those years? With no dividend, could those sums have been used to reduce debt for example? Imagine the company that has made several cost reductions now and not paying a dividend. Might they pay down some of their debt if/when attendance levels warrant ;-)
1happyinvestor
03/9/2021
21:26
The special dividend in 2019 was paid from the proceeds of assets sold. Cineworld has huge amounts of debt and lease liabilties as a result of it's operating model. From the 2019 annual report "In line with the Group’s operating model (in terms of which we lease and not own almost all of our cinemas) and our long-term strategy of crystallising value for shareholders, during the year the Group completed two sale and leaseback transactions for a total of $556.3m, relating to 35 US-based sites. The Board utilised half of the proceeds to reduce gross debt and the other half to reward shareholders by way of a one-off special dividend of 20.27c per share."
lthtrust
03/9/2021
18:34
What was the respective dividends in years 2018 and 2019 LTH? ;-)
1happyinvestor
03/9/2021
17:52
The alphavile link doesn't work - can remember reading the article when it was first published
williamcooper104
03/9/2021
17:51
Long been that 90 something was mis-priced debt - eg market movement on credit spreads 80 something was distressed/risky but performing And when you get sub 80 insolvency/future non-performance/impairment is being priced in Amusingly you'll often see debt trading in the pennies and the equity retaining "value"
williamcooper104
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