Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
EI Grp LSE:EIG London Ordinary Share GB00B1L8B624 ORD 2.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.80p +0.62% 129.80p 533,610 16:35:04
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
129.40p 129.80p 131.20p 126.20p 131.20p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 648.0 58.0 11.2 11.6 608.63

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EI Grp Daily Update: EI Grp is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EIG. The last closing price for EI Grp was 129p.
EI Grp has a 4 week average price of 114.20p and a 12 week average price of 114.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 153p while the 1 year low share price is currently 114.20p.
There are currently 468,898,765 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 555,046 shares. The market capitalisation of EI Grp is £608,630,596.97.
spob: You can change the name but ... 31 March 2017 Current assets minus TOTAL liabilities = -2488m or -516p per share ! price now 126.5p Number of shares 482m Equity Market cap 610m
jeffian: I don't think Brexit has anything to do with it, but I imagine Heineken would run into regulatory problems if they tried to take Ei as well as Punch. If the Government didn't like having two monster pubco's, they'd like one enormous one even less! Having watched the Interims presentation, I must say that I'm depressed. A sense of smug self-satisfaction about 'delivering their strategy' seems totally inappropriate when they again show a slide (on which I remarked last year) indicating that - despite selling 1000 pubs and raising £300m over the period - 'Site EBITDA' (that is, income generated at pub level before any central overheads are taken off) over the 5-year period remains all but flat (£366m up to £375m; around 2%). In the meantime, they've blown £25m of our money 'refinancing' part of the 2018 Bond by paying bondholders a stonking premium then re-issuing new bonds at around the same yield, over 6%. Burford Capital have just raised £175m at 5% unsecured and it was oversubscribed! What are we up to? Needless to say, they'll take credit for the recent increase in share price (still less than 50% of stated NAV) but a glimpse at the chart shows that it can be pinpointed to the announcement of the Punch takeover bid on 14 December last. Unless they change their tune and start genuinely returning value to shareholders in the form of a dividend, returns of capital or significant reductions of debt beyond the planned amortisation, then that remains our best hope too. Who could that be? No idea, I'm afraid.
jeffian: Looking unusually lively at the moment. First time we've been decisively through 140 since 2013/14. Could be in anticipation of interim results on 16/5 but I'm not expecting any surprises on the upside as the business plan through to 2020 envisages flat earnings as improved 'quality of earnings' from conversions to Managed Houses or transfer to commercial tenancies is offset by the reduction in the number of pubs as a result of sales (the proceeds of which are 'reinvested' in the estate rather than used to reduce debt or returned to shareholders). Even at this level, the share price is still only around 50% of stated NAV and I don't understand how they intend to realise that value for shareholders unless someone comes and has a pop at them a la Punch. The sooner the better, I say.
asmodeus: I understand there was a report in yesterday's Mail that the FSA are going to abandon their enquiry into the "Splits" saga. If this is true, EIG is a good bet, because it implies that they could pay their withheld dividend, and thus the share price would surely rise. However - the Telegraph this morning says just that the enquiry is to be postponed, in which case the jam continues to be tomorrow rather than next week, as it were.(In My Opinion etc)
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