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
  -5.65 -3.44% 158.75 158.50 158.85 163.00 158.75 163.00 338,028 08:11:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 3,230.0 273.7 17.6 9.1 2,177

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/7/2019
09:36
Stop in today please Mike ;)
rathean
08/7/2019
14:36
Blimey go out for an hour and come back to 2/3 of the gain having evaoprated :( I guess the yanks arent buying the story?
nav_mike
08/7/2019
12:43
RBC Capital Markets Top pick 263.10 400.00 Unchanged
skinny
08/7/2019
12:41
It's in today's London Evening Standard...... "...On the FTSE 250, Cineworld was the top riser after analysts at Royal Bank of Canada said the cinema chain could be next to be taken private following Merlin’s Entertainment’s recent takeover. The analysts believe the firm needs a private equity owner as the business requires a longer investment approach due to unpredictable film release schedules. Shares were up 3% or 8.1p at 262p. HTTPS://www.standard.co.uk/business/market-report-schroders-takes-fall-as-brokers-warn-of-more-cash-flowing-out-a4184706.html
philanderer
08/7/2019
07:52
There's a nice gap to close, should see the share price level off circa 280 in the short term imo dyor ofc. That was a nice div to receive, got to respect the bod for their growth strategy and treatment of shareholders all imo dyor ofc.
rathean
08/7/2019
07:48
So far, so good. Tho' given how often these "rumours" come to nothing I'd probably be a seller if I were a "loose" holder!
cwa1
08/7/2019
07:27
No worries mate, least its got it moving in the right direction :)
rhatton
08/7/2019
07:23
Apologies, it comes from a private source that I can't link in to. However I believe it to be reputable speculation FWIW ;-)
cwa1
08/7/2019
07:20
Do you have a link?
rhatton
08/7/2019
07:05
FWIW... CINEWORLD-Could be the next Private equity target (RBC)..
cwa1
05/7/2019
07:34
We're in the money / audition for Sainsbury CEO role :)
rathean
26/6/2019
17:41
1.5m share off book trade gone through after hours @250.4 Maybe a worked sell that has been the reason for recent weakness?
nav_mike
25/6/2019
16:16
Cinemas versus Netflix et al is like watching football in the stadium or on the TV. I believe cinema is and will be an event for many many years to come
eaglebeagle
25/6/2019
16:16
I wonder if some of the article I posted online is having an effect. Although toy story 4 broke records in the UK, it actually came in under estimates in the US
rhatton
25/6/2019
15:59
Seems to be regular intra day pattern.....sold down most of day, then partial recovery late on.
nav_mike
25/6/2019
12:58
I've added a few but showing as a sell, hugely overdone and happy to add at value prices all imo dyor ofc.
rathean
25/6/2019
11:04
BAML may be correct to a point, it is about the quality of the production from the studios, and whether Netflix can continue to wrack up these losses. Movie studios do not have the structure of Netflix, only Disney could challenge them, but film-going is an experience, and that is what people want these days. Next year we will see Avatar 2 and 3 released, so that should give film theatres a boost, you just do not get the same effect from 3 and 4 D and IMAX without going to the movie theatre!
bookbroker
25/6/2019
10:34
Also surprised at the relentless selling here - I honestly dont believe the recent special dividend would have been paid out if the underlying business was unfavourable Chart is somewhat distorted by two recent XD adjustments, but even so, the trend has definitely turned lower. I just dont agree with what BAML had to say and I dont believe CINE warrants the selling
nav_mike
24/6/2019
17:20
Otherwise it’ll be ‘EmmerdaleR17; the movie!!!!
bookbroker
24/6/2019
17:20
But I agree that Netflix is somewhat more imaginative at creation, endless sequels out of Hollywood, maybe start remaking some classics of yesteryear would be more appealing!
bookbroker
24/6/2019
17:17
Surprised at the falls here, recent broker note questioning valuation on grounds of time between cinema release and Netflix avaliability, I think film studios still rather major releases be on show on the silver screen, not every country releases a film at the same time, the Oscars should remain exclusive to the big studios that produce them, and most importantly the experience of sitting in a movie theatre instead of your living room on Netflix or a fire stick, say for instance!
bookbroker
24/6/2019
13:37
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-48742991 Toy Story 4 doing well
rhatton
21/6/2019
16:48
Useful seeing the note just issued setting out dividend exchange rates along with the value of each dividend- all payable in early July.
rik shaw
20/6/2019
11:18
tx for the clarification. I was mystified.
srichardson8
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