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
  +0.40p +0.18% 221.20p 221.00p 221.20p 224.80p 218.40p 222.90p 839,346 12:28:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 3,230.0 273.7 17.6 12.4 3,033

Cineworld Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/1/2018
18:14
Don't they have to do a shareholder vote before the Rights Issue????
trytotakeiteasy
21/1/2018
13:23
"If USA stockmasrket contracts then this purchase looks expensive IMV" Doesn't everything?
ianood
21/1/2018
10:11
No sign of a picket line at the Shaftesbury Avenue Picturehouse yesterday. We were walking past on our way to the Curzon to see 'Three Billboards Outside Ebbing' Top film :-)
philanderer
20/1/2018
12:33
according to Hackney only Ritzy closed. On face of it BECTU have indulged in wishful thinking, but who would check? Are BECTU a recognised by CINE as a TU? If USA stockmasrket contracts then this purchase looks expensive IMV.
bscuit
19/1/2018
19:19
Apart from stamp duty and dealer commission (which are worth saving) and assuming the market were to remain static, it doesn't really make any difference if you buy shares in the market now, or acquire via taking up the rights, or purchase the tradable rights and take up the rights, or just acquire the shares cheaper after the ex-rights date. The rights don't actually give existing holders a 'special deal' as any apparent price advantage is offset by the fall in their qualifying holdings on ex-rights day (the theoretical ex-rights price being the no win, no lose level). Which is why I consider rights issues a devious blag for more funds!
typo56
19/1/2018
17:21
AndrewBaker Interesting post and explanation of your strategy. Though you say you will average down when the fall steadies, you do not say whether you will be participating in the hefty rights issue. If you are not going to do that - at a substantial discount to the theoretical ex-rights price of 238p - then I struggle to follow your reasoning. After all, surely that would be the best strategy.... though maybe that is indeed your plan, as it would also prevent your holding being diluted post rights (assuming you take up your full entitlement).
grahamburn
19/1/2018
16:52
Once the deal has completed and any rights issue overhang has cleared, Im pretty certain CINE will be an excellent addition to anyone's portfolio
nav_mike
19/1/2018
16:08
My post 1543 on here shows that I've been a holder for some time: and I'll continue to hold, and once again, when the fall steadies, and the price starts to move back up, albeit not for a while, I'll average down again and buy more. I'm still in capital profit from earlier purchases, plus I've enjoyed the dividends over my holding period. The market is spooked by the massive acquisition and possible dilution from a cash call or borrowings; but I've got faith in what is being done, and will continue as a shareholder in what I believe to be a good business, and with so much more growth potential when the US deal settles. (And, repeating from my previous post, CINE are getting people to spend more, and moving their proposition upmarket.)
andrewbaker
17/1/2018
14:14
Mozy123... They have assumed $100m "in run-rate EBITDA combination benefits".
hammers976
17/1/2018
11:52
What is the actual cost of this take over? £1.7bn rights, £3bn debt, + balance sheet cash (x) Regal makes £468m ebitda so I cant work back how Cineworld have stated they are buying it on an 8x ebitda multiple? Anyone help? Or is the costs savings in there? 5 February 2018 is the start of trading of the rights so i guess that when i will be able to see if the volitility creates a further opportunity. If the combined can hold a valuation of 16-17 times earnings then there is some blue sky in the months ahead. On 5 December 2017, Cineworld and Regal announced that they had reached agreement on the terms of a proposal for Cineworld to acquire, for cash, the entire issued and to be issued share capital of Regal. The Acquisition will be at a price of US$23.00 per Regal share, which values the entire issued and to be issued share capital of Regal at US$3.6 billion (£2.6 billion), with an implied enterprise value of US$5.8 billion (£4.2 billion).
mozy123
17/1/2018
11:08
Expect CINE will be quite volatile up to XR date, given the gearing of more than doubling the market cap.
typo56
17/1/2018
10:24
Still working out the pros and cons to be honest. Trading statement looked good, but thats a lot of new shares coming onto the market. I know its fully underwritten, but you have to hope that the take up will be good else there will be quite a glut of shares waiting to be fed back into the market. Its quite tricky to work out whether to buy in before the XR date. Theoretical ex-rights price was 238.3 but initial reaction today has been pretty negative. Think I will sit on my hands yet for a few days more
nav_mike
17/1/2018
09:55
Surprised no mention here of the trading statement and the rights issue details (4 for 1 @ 157p).
typo56
12/1/2018
11:03
Peel Hunt 'hold' tp 600p reiterates. Hoping to catch Oldman in 'Darkest Hour' over the weekend.
philanderer
07/1/2018
10:14
If there's a better Western this year than 'Hostiles' I'd be very surprised. Oscar nomination for Bale ;-)
philanderer
06/1/2018
11:02
Cinema box office in UK and Ireland breaks record third year in a row HTTPS://www.theguardian.com/film/2018/jan/05/cinema-box-office-in-uk-and-ireland-breaks-record-for-third-year-running
philanderer
18/12/2017
17:47
email the director
ccraig69
13/12/2017
17:50
hxxp://927thevan.com/news/articles/2017/dec/12/major-cineworld-investor-uncomfortable-with-debt-for-regal-deal/
wolfhound1
13/12/2017
09:30
Suspect we will see a short attack between publishing and take up of rights issue - that is sweet spot for stake building IMHO.
wolfhound1
06/12/2017
12:02
Started building a position this morning as I think this deal will propell CINE higher over the next 18 months or so. It seems the Singapore government is the sovereign fund getting involved in the rights issue https://news.sky.com/story/singapore-makes-big-screen-debut-with-27bn-cineworld-deal-11157472
nav_mike
06/12/2017
10:05
I like the deal - and management havnt let us down before. The average ticket price and spend is low compared to the UK. Huge scope to grow earnings. Cinema box office taking have been growing for teh last 20 years. While its not spectacular growth and there are head winds like netflix and streaming its a solid earning industry with solid margins. At 8 times earnings it looks a great deal. hopefully long term the combined can have a p/e ratio similar to Cineworld currently. Taking my rights.
mozy123
05/12/2017
21:55
Company will be listed in the Ftse 100 when take over is completed. That will help the share price in February. I will be taking my right issus. As the company's assets increases, the dilution should not be significant. Dividend is also will be paid for years to come .
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