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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.28 -4.73% 66.10 21,576,882 16:35:14
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
66.30 66.42 68.40 65.30 68.38
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 3,294.90 160.08 9.88 6.9 907
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:41:35 O 132,299 66.669 GBX

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Cineworld Daily Update: Cineworld Group Plc is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CINE. The last closing price for Cineworld was 69.38p.
Cineworld Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 60p and a 12 week average price of 24.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 195.40p while the 1 year low share price is currently 15.64p.
There are currently 1,371,969,710 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 9,867,510 shares. The market capitalisation of Cineworld Group Plc is £906,871,978.31.
williamcooper104: This will greatly help Third Points activists campaign on Disney to get them to go full streaming Yet another sequel to the Cine share price - there's more in the pipeline I suspect
williamcooper104: And for once - no CINE share price movement of note - now that I did not expect :)
boix: Today's FT But shares having a good run at least for today. Could be worth a trade but depends on your risk appetite - maybe not a long term hold as a lot of head winds. Just IMO "Cineworld, the world’s second largest cinema chain, has secured more than $750m of extra funding after the closure of its screens across the US and UK forced it into emergency talks with lenders. Shares in the chain leapt by almost a fifth on Monday morning following the announcement of a series of cost cuts and loans that will give it $4.9bn in total debt financing to see it through the remainder of the Covid-19 crisis. The group said it had secured a new $450m loan and an extension of its $111m revolving credit facility, as well as waivers on all of its bank covenants until June 2022. It will also issue equity warrants of up to around 10 per cent of its ordinary issued share capital. Cineworld, which already had £6.2bn of debt following its acquisition of the Regal cinema chain in 2018, added that it would be able to bring forward a $200m tax rebate in the US to early next year. Cinema owners across the industry have been rushing to secure financial lifelines after Hollywood studios postponed most of their blockbuster film releases until spring 2021. Rival chain AMC, which owns the Odeon cinema group, is still in talks with lenders after it warned in October that it could run out of cash by the end of the year. The pandemic has also brought forward other existential questions about the industry. Several studios have announced that major movies, such as the Warner Bros Wonder Woman film due out in December, will debut on streaming platforms either exclusively or at the same time as their release on the big screen. AMC, Cinemark and Cineplex are among chains that have signed deals with studios agreeing a shorter window for showing films exclusively in cinemas. Cineworld said that it was now operating under a likely scenario that its cinemas would reopen in May 2021. The first of the delayed movie releases, including MGM's new James Bond film No Time to Die, are expected in April. Cineworld said that it had also worked to reduce monthly cash burn to around $60m, but added that it was continuing discussions with landlords and suppliers across its estate to reduce costs. Analysts at the investment bank Peel Hunt said that the measures would “pivot Cineworld from the edge of a precipice to having breathing space to get through the winter” but Ed Young, an analyst at Morgan Stanley warned that the medium term debt level looked “unsustainable” and that the overall outlook for the industry was negative."
whites123: LOL.... Positivity abound.. But the press whilst having to report that CINE is not going bust anytime soon, and also confirm that shareholders are not going to be wiped out and report that there is more than one set of potential "Bidders" (Rescue plans) still cannot help themselves.. I did love the "Swathes of cinemas closing forever" comment... LOL.... LOL.... When the FACT is CINE are "Considering" full closure of a few non viable cinemas... Heck, this is good and prudent business... and believe it or not CINE would have been "Considering" closing non viable cinemas even when times were good.. Peel Hunt were likely very right in that "BID(S)" are imminent.. The Know it all's here are wrong on a daily basis yet are still the most vocal here. I suspect the press may be lining up for some headline grabbing exposes for the weekend. But those who know will know.. Shareholders will not be wiped out. CINE will survive. SP will rise substantially. Will we get the short squeeze so many of us hope to see? That remains to be seen. Lets hope... I expect even the doomsayers here will all champion the possibility of CINE survival and a Short Squeeze as well wont they?? After all we all want to see the cinema chain carry on and provide employment to thousands.. So lets all congratulate the BOD and wish them the very best success in securing plans and financing that will not just see CINE prosper but also ensure the shorts hurt and hurt badly... :-)
whites123: I appreciate I have cut and paste selected portion of Peel Hunt. In exactly the same way as those negative here try to sway and SCARE and put FEAR into their posts by selectively cutting and pasting (BOIX, what you selectively cut and paste yesterday was tantamount to fraudulent).. The truth is that CINE carries risk.. many options... Taken Private (This is often the shorters first line of scaremongering.... Equity raise... Often the shorters second line of scaremongering.... Liquidation and fire sale... often third line of scaremongering... "BIDS COMING..... Heck no, the shorters hate that because that will very likely mean a premium to share price and with shorts and an artificially depressed share price that would mean the share price rocketing... This is why they detest articles such as Peel Hunts which says BID(S) are likely...
whites123: FFS BOIX..... Really? I mean REALLY???? At least post the whole of the Peel Hunt piece.. Peel Hunt think Cineworld could be lined up for a bidding war.. But we know this anyway... Chinese would love to get hold of CINE, as would a multitude of suitors.. Anyway.. BOIX selected cut and paste forgot to post the first sentence.. "Among the firms that the broker deemed as in line for potential bids include those in sectors that have been hit hardest by the pandemic and its subsequent lockdown measures driving away customers." One such firm is Cineworld Group PLC (LON:CINE) Peel Hunt said “valued at a material discount to their historical average rating”, Now, you dont have to be a rocket scientist to know that if Bids start coming in then in the current climate and with the depressed and shorted share price that the bids will come with a very lucrative premium to that the shares are trading at. This will create a short squeeze of epic proportions.. We KNOW its coming... Its as good a certainty as can be. Buy CINE to benefit from bids when they come in, or bid speculation.. Either one will catapult the share price higher.
whites123: And don’t pretend that there isn’t an insolvency/distressed rights issue risk anyone investing needs to be fully aware that they are risking all/90 percent of their money... I believe that what people need to be aware of are FACTS, and not individual supposition, especially when the author makes so many glaringly obvious mistaks. Anyone devoting time to the extent many here do have a vested interest... Absolute. Fear is so easy to spread. Look at the two lines above.. Sow that seed and watch. This is why Shorting has become so popular. This is why CINE are the largest shorted stock on the market. Not because of real time fears over its ability to remain solvent, but because money knows that with fear and an increasing diminishing share price that it will snowball. Instead a bit of positivity. Vaccines now being released. Governments determined to get people back out spending. A MASSIVE catalogue of films to be shown. It all adds up to a potential perfect storm. Remember Porsche / VW short squeeze.. It is 100% feasible we could see the same.. It is absolutely 100% without a doubt possible we could see the share price here motor northwards of many hundreds of percent. I do not believe the shorts were expecting a vaccine. They certainly do not want to see governments supporting the cinema industry. PERFECT STORM... What a brilliant film title and wonderful if that occurs here. Pay your money, take your choice. Vaccine has certainly put the odds in favour of a multi bagger as opposed to seeing investment dwindle to 10% as you suggest..
deanmatlazin: COVID-19 Vaccine news from AstraZeneca on Monday will double CINE share price next week. Buy before good news next week
whites123: Phenomenal. So many experts.. Yet these "Experts" can only quote others.. 1 said expert is now quoting "1.5 years for vaccine to be effective" based on what the honcho of an airliner said. Others suggesting debt burden is the death nail, whilst CINE can and have stated its serviceable. Other experts suggesting Streaming films will put the death nail in... Yes indeed, because no one at all likes to go out, enjoy a film, grab a meal and a beer... No, we all prefer to sit indoors with our tinnies cracking one off with friends and partners dont we.. So many experts... So many, perhaps that could be why we saw the rush to 67p earlier this week, because the "Experts" who had taken short positions worried they might not be as expert as they portray and rush to close.. CINE being shut is 100% the right thing to do.. Furlough staff is 100% the right thing to do.. Films are scheduled, the film industry is ready to get back to business, in the meantime we have populations screaming and shouting and hollering to get back out and start mixing.. We have promises of vaccines around the corner.. Would I be short CINE??? No, 100% NO.. Not now anyway, and i believe that as the weeks pass by as we get more news of further successful vaccine trials that CINE will start re-opening and the share price will rocket.. 100% gains?? EASY.. 200% gains?? EASY.. Pay your money, take your chances... I think by December 2021 things are not going to be as they are now. My thoughts are that the world will be very close to back to normal operational wise. And the Directors expect to obtain waivers to 2021 covenant tests anyway... IMO its a no brainer: Its a buy from me and a buy from him: Good BUY. The Group's forecasts and projections, taking account of reasonably possible changes in trading performance, show that the Group should be able to operate within the level of its current facilities for at least 12 months from the approval date of these interim consolidated financial statements, however the covenants are forecast to be breached at 30 December 2020, 30 June 2021 and 31 December 2021. The expectation of the Directors is that waivers will be obtained. Details of the Directors' assessment of Going Concern are set out in Note 1 to the Interim Financial Statements
phatomtraider: I think some of the furloughed workers who have gotten share accounts since March need to look at what a rights issue is and the effect on the share price following. Just incomprehensible the ramping nonsense of what the share price was pre-COVID levels. When Novacyt share price has risen post Monday it shows that a vaccine does not spell the end of restrictions. This will drag revenue for at least 1.5 years EVEN if the Cinemas re-open. Why on earth would there be a Takeover before a fire sale once the rights issue gets voted down by IIs is beyond me. Anyone interested in taking this out will await until the details of the rights issue become known and the share price plummets. Just ramping away. Thomas Cook anyone?
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