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Cineworld Group Plc LSE:CINE London Ordinary Share GB00B15FWH70 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.16 0.16% 99.74 1,642,841 11:24:06
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
99.64 99.78 101.20 98.80 99.80
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 623.39 -2,200.04 -140.65 1,368
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
11:24:06 AT 1,417 99.74 GBX

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15/4/2021
09:20
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 99.58p.
Cineworld Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 88.24p and a 12 week average price of 62.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 124.80p 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 8,415,170 shares. The market capitalisation of Cineworld Group Plc is £1,368,402,588.75.
25/3/2021
15:13
williamcooper104: Who knew Cineworld did public service broadcasting? Its cinemas are closed but bosses insist on churning out the cliffhangers. The hip thing to do would have been to bypass the silver screen altogether and just go for a Netflix series.The latest instalment is truly x-rated: a blockbuster $3bn (£2.2bn) pre-tax loss for 2020 and yet another fundraising – the third of the pandemic – which puts the balance sheet under so much strain that shareholders have to grant permission to suspend the company's borrowing limits.Net debt will jump to a mind-boggling $8.3bn, and there's a going concern warning in the accounts too, leaving investors choking on their popcorn as the shares crashed 10pc to just 93p.The pandemic has been brutal for cinemas. With Cineworld's 767 sites closed for much of the last year, admissions crashed 80pc, eviscerating cashflow.Boss Mooky Greidinger says he's "confident about the next chapter" but that feels like la-la land. His assertion that there is "clear evidence" of strong demand simply because the performance of the theatre industry in China and Japan has been "encouraging" is tenuous at best.In case Greidinger hasn't noticed, there is one crucial difference between watching a play and a film – the latter can be watched from the comfort of your home, on a 60-inch plasma TV, courtesy of Netflix. Order friends to slurp loudly on their Fantas and occasionally kick the back of your chair and you've basically recreated the experience for a fraction of the price, without having to share a room (and the toilets) with strangers in the wake of a global health crisis.Cineworld can put in place all the so-called Covid measures it likes – staggered film start times, social distancing measures, and face coverings. Vaccines obviously offer some solace too but there is a risk that film-lovers simply don't want to sit in a poorly ventilated auditorium with hundreds of other people that they don't know, and are perfectly comfortable getting their movie-fix at home instead.Greidinger points out that global box office takings hit "an all-time record of $42.5bn" in 2019 but that was a totally different world, and one that probably isn't coming back. The pandemic has crushed many ingrained habits – cinema-going may be one of them but so too the weekend trip to the shopping mall where so many of its cinemas are stranded.
18/3/2021
14:13
lthtrust: The tangible NAV per share is of interest because it highlights that Cineworld's assets include $5,106.8 Million of intangible goodwill. Cineworld's debt rating is non investment grade for a reason. Yes I agree that the EV is of interest to a potential buyer of cineworld, the extra debt that cineworld has taken on in 2020 is, as you know, included in the EV increasing the cost for any buyer. We had the retail PI speculation in 2020 before the reopening with the Tenet movie, the share price soon retreated after tenet did not live up to expectations in the US and cineworld closed the cinema's again when bond was postponed. Now we have the Jangho stake and vaccines in addition to the reopening. Cineworld need to achieve pre covid revenues very quickly to avoid the need to raise extra liquidity.
23/2/2021
17:44
lthtrust: The Share Price is just market sentiment and unrelated to the fundamentals of a company. If enough retail investors buy a share, the share price will go up. Take a look at gamestop. Cineworld is currently losing $60 Million a month, it is surviving by spending (expensive) borrowed money. Cineworld opened in 2020 socially distanced and lost money when bond was postponed and rapidly closed again. Cineworld were losing more money when open than when closed. I would expect Cineworld to lose money in 2021 and then require support from it's lenders. For example, if Cineworld were to reopen on the 1st of June 2021 it would mean that Cineworld had already lost $300 Million in the first 5 months. This is more than the profit cineworld made in whole of pre covid 2019.
19/2/2021
09:42
spectoacc: Again - are there any films being made atm? Blockbusters? For cinema release, rather than on platforms? I can't see CINE thriving again, can't see packed cinemas (one spare seat between each group at a minimum - possibly whole rows in front & behind), can't see them ever repaying their debt load, nor making up their rent, nor affording even a reduced rent going forwards. Hope it isn't the end of cinema, and doubt it will be, but CINE are starting from a point of massive indebtedness. Not sure what the Chinese are up to with their earlier stake-building, but that's the sole bull point I can see.
05/2/2021
17:47
lthtrust: I wonder how much money Cineworld will lose in 2021. According to Cine's November RNS they are currently losing around $60 Million a month. It will cost Cine money to re-open all the cinemas, if social distancing measures are still in place for most of 2021, which appears likely at the moment, 2021 could end up looking like 2020 for cineworld's revenues and results.
18/12/2020
11:45
srpactive: The following are good reads. dyor https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/cineworld-CINE/share-news/Cineworld-Group-plc-Significant-Additional-Liquidi/83739869 https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/cineworld-CINE/share-news/Moodys-Upgrades-Cineworlds-Rating-After-It-Shores/83849907
03/12/2020
23:25
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
26/11/2020
19:41
williamcooper104: And for once - no CINE share price movement of note - now that I did not expect :)
26/11/2020
06:34
crazi: CINEWORLD GROUP (CINE) New Holland Capital LLC 2.42% ↑ 1.79% Tue November 24, 2020 CINEWORLD GROUP (CINE) Marshall Wace LLP 0.61% ↓ -0.18% Tue November 24, 2020 CINEWORLD GROUP (CINE) AHL Partners LLP 0.79% ↓ -0.10% Mon November 23, 2020 CINEWORLD GROUP (CINE) Adelphi Capital LLP 1.12% ↓ -0.95% Tue November 24, 2020
24/11/2020
10:07
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."
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