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
  +9.60p +4.48% 223.80p 224.10p 224.20p 224.70p 214.00p 215.10p 5,625,491 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 3,230.0 273.7 17.6 12.6 3,069

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05/12/2017
10:17
trt is only correct if current shareholders do NOT take up their rights issue entitlement.
grahamburn
05/12/2017
10:14
trt's post is incorrect: Balanced funding package  Fully underwritten rights issue to raise c.£1.7 billion / c.$2.3 billion  Committed debt facilities of c.$4.0 billion / c.£3.0 billion source hxxp://www.cineworldplc.com/~/media/files/c/cineworld-plc/disclaimer-pdf/2017-12-05-cineworld-regal-acquisition-investor-presentation.pdf
rimmy2000
05/12/2017
09:49
Bad news a rights issue. Current shareholders holdings will be severely diluted. Could see this drop below £5 now.
trt
05/12/2017
09:48
Peel Hunt downgrade to 'hold'...... tp 600p cut from 725p
philanderer
30/11/2017
10:45
hxxps://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/takeover-is-more-than-a-screen-saver-kcx6qh5d8
rimmy2000
30/11/2017
08:18
Trt, it's all speculation, you know no details or if it's even going to proceed...
ddubzy
29/11/2017
16:42
Could see this dropping below £5 the market doesn't like the rights issue. Overplaying themselves in terms of expansion.
trt
29/11/2017
16:41
Surely a decent buy around here?
ddubzy
29/11/2017
16:40
Seems a bit over cooked, 20% drop in no real news, or something that may never happen
ddubzy
29/11/2017
16:23
I have bought in on the basis that the deal makes no sense.........however there are few easier ways to see a 25% surge in your share price than the company, whether due to shareholder pressure or not, saying 'erm, that announcement we put out on 29th November, we've decided not to do it'.
chris79
29/11/2017
15:53
why get into the highly mature and struggling US cinema sector????? Makes no sense....
trytotakeiteasy
29/11/2017
14:40
What would be CINE's value on NASDAQ?
ianood
29/11/2017
14:23
Re the earlier posts on the relative mismatch in the sizes of Cineworld and Regal. It shouldn't be forgotten by old hands that back in 2014 when Cineworld theoretically "took over" the business controlled by the Greidingers (can't remember its name offhand), it was really the other way round as the Greidingers jumped into the top management seats. That might set a precedent for the deal with Regal because the Greidingers' business in Israel and eastern Europe was much smaller than Cineworld at that time. In short, the Greidingers have past form of seeming to biting off more than they can chew, but then turning the combined businesses into something much bigger. However, having said that, the nominal size of Regal's debts does appear to be high, though any eventual deal could be structured to take care of that aspect. However, that could be a bigger ask after today's share price fall as any rights issue will be harder to get away. Right now, the jury's out. If the putative deal falls, then the share price will undoubtedly bounce back though not necessarily to where it was yesterday as the Greidingers' reputations will have taken a knock. On the other hand, the share price could also recover a little if the deal is well structured in Cineworld's favour, not to mention in shareholders' favour as well in terms of a decent rights issue discount.
grahamburn
29/11/2017
13:30
They need too - a rights issue oh dear !!
trt
29/11/2017
13:21
Will need to be voted by Cineworld shareholders. So they can reject it.
trytotakeiteasy
29/11/2017
12:26
We are off...
rafieh
29/11/2017
12:04
Market has over reacted. 600p by mid afternoon IMO.
rafieh
29/11/2017
11:45
There are some very big buys out there.
eaglebeagle
29/11/2017
11:39
Defo looks a strange move - market doesnt like it - however now tempted to add more.
mozy123
29/11/2017
11:26
Regal buying Cine I get...this way round I think looks big headed at best....lets call it hubristic. Of course if you wanted to take control of the company on the cheap.....and not actually follow through on the deal.
eaglebeagle
29/11/2017
11:03
This is the size of the things: Cineworld currently operates 2,217 screens across 232 sites (recent trading statement) Regal currently operates 7,315 screens across 561 sites ( hTtp://investor.regmovies.com/ )
sharw
29/11/2017
10:18
I’m hanging in there in the hope this gets nowhere. They should focus on the emerging markets
eaglebeagle
29/11/2017
09:42
Shares are down because of the purchase of Regal Entertainment for $23 per share or $3.35bn (£2.5bn) financed with debt and Rights issue. The problem I see is Regal has net debt of $2bn or £1.4bn on their books vs. Cineworld's £280m.
walbrock82
29/11/2017
08:30
Possible rights issue throws a spanner in the works
nav_mike
29/11/2017
08:29
Interesting - looks like I may need to find some cash for the rights!
mozy123
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