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FLTR Flutter Entertainment Plc

255.00 (1.98%)
08 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Flutter Entertainment Plc LSE:FLTR London Ordinary Share IE00BWT6H894 ORD EUR0.09 (CDI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  255.00 1.98% 13,155.00 280,078 16:35:10
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
13,175.00 13,190.00 13,205.00 12,805.00 12,825.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Amusement & Rec Svcs, Nec 7.69B -302M -1.7083 -77.21 23.32B
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:09:12 O 2,296 13,163.575 GBX

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08/12/202318:59Filtrona - Flying in FTSE2502,926
17/4/202316:49Flutter Entertainment plc12

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Posted at 10/12/2023 08:20 by Flutter Entertainment Daily Update
Flutter Entertainment Plc is listed in the Amusement & Rec Svcs, Nec sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FLTR. The last closing price for Flutter Entertainment was 12,900p.
Flutter Entertainment currently has 176,780,948 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Flutter Entertainment is £23,317,407,041.
Flutter Entertainment has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -77.21.
This morning FLTR shares opened at 12,825p
Posted at 07/12/2023 17:14 by the white house
Nah, tweedledum price was 125 @ tweedledee posted
Posted at 04/12/2023 07:20 by juliemara
RKeck - I shall indeed reflect on it as I'm rather baffled how you got an exclamation mark to mean mirth! That would be :-) or LOL. I get no joy from other PIs losing money, if I'm right (and like most other posters it's just my opinion) they could either save money by getting out, or make money by shorting.
My view is simply that a market cap of 22b, PE Ratio of -73.73, and 300m loss are the only important figures, market share and turnover aren't as FLTR sell a commodity to a customer base that can change provider in an instant to the next one offering, unsustainable, loss leaders.
Posted at 09/11/2023 16:42 by the white house
The now traditional share price collapse after a trading update together with a delay in US listing and blaming currency moves for one half of the business when the other half has benefitted & not mentionedPrepare for a non standard Q4 trading update to boost the launch in Feb just the year since officially mentioned
Posted at 12/10/2023 12:40 by navigo
(Sharecast News) - JP Morgan has reiterated its 'overweight' ratings on UK-listed gambling stocks Entain and 888, saying that gaming remains its preferred sub-sector within the leisure industry right now.
Despite recent profit warnings from both companies, shares have de-rated by around 20% since June, analyst Estelle Weingrod said in a research note on Thursday. As such, the sector trades at just 8.5 times EBITDA estimates for 2024 on average.

Weingrod said it's attracted to the gaming sector due to its relatively defensive nature during downturns, as well as improved visibility on the back of a "more recreational customer base and the ongoing step-up in safer gambling-related investments".

Further legalisation in certain markets and improving online adoption adds to growth prospects, as well as opportunities for expansion in the US.

JP Morgan has a 1,800p target price for Entain, suggesting significant upside from the current 960p level, while 888 has a target of 150p, compared with Thursday's price of around 90p.

The other UK-listed gaming stock in the bank's coverage, Flutter Entertainment, is rated 'neutral' with a target price of 17,100p, still suggesting some way to go from the current 13,775p level.
Posted at 06/9/2023 10:21 by rkeck
I don’t think shareholders should believe it is likely that the US listing will inevitably boost the share price. That simply isn’t logical.
Posted at 08/8/2023 15:21 by rkeck
I wish I shared the overwhelming mood of optimism regarding tomorrows results. There is little reason to believe that the share price will rise when the US listing is announced and I’m more than concerned that the lost market share in US will cloud the overall positive momentum.
Posted at 01/8/2023 23:05 by vraetorian
Aug 09 Estimates

Earnings :: 161.283 (64% increase over H1'22) - Given that the shareprice has risen from the 80's to 150ish. This value has likely already been factored in to the share price.

Revenue :: 468.463B (38% increase over H1'22)

To come ::
2023 - November/Dec US listing
2024 - Dividends will be back on the table for discussion.
2024 - US Primary Listing to be discussed

Still some fun stuff in the works ahead as well :)
Posted at 26/7/2023 09:05 by rkeck
The recent fall in the share price corresponds to the relative drop in Fanduel’s market share in many states in the US. This may reflect lower promotional spend but regardless, Draftkings have been taking advantage. Non-Fanduel related performance only has a relatively minor affect on Flutter’s share price.
Posted at 17/11/2022 23:25 by terrydevlin1
Some good posts there. Firstly I do agree with vraetorian’s share price forecasts. I feel at present there is downward pressure on the share price and it will only swing once it’s hit a price which looks tempting to buy back into and will get some support.
Djderry, I agree with what you say, if you are looking long term then buying at this price makes sense, I believe Flutter are in a growing market and have an amazing global business, they will definitely grow and be more and more profitable. But… if you are looking short term then it’s important to buy in at the right price and look to make short term gains. If one is talking about a long term share price of £170, it’s only a 51% ROI from where we are at, it’s not that great for a long term gain on shares. If you can make 10% ROI by trading between £109 to £120 five times you’ll make over 50% ROI.
What other shares are people here keen on?
Posted at 13/11/2022 11:53 by terrydevlin1
Where do people see the share price settling over the coming weeks/months? This is one of my favourite shares to swing trade, I’ve felt it’s been quite predictable in recent times how the share price would move but last week’s trading update and arbitrator ruling has left me a bit unsure where this is heading in the weeks ahead. The ruling that FD was worth $20bn in December 2020 with the 5% increase with each year means that Flutter’s 95% stake in FD has been valued almost as much as Flutter which is great. The trading update was positive all in all. There will be concerns about the figures dropping in Australia and Ireland, and the market share dropping in US but it’s a huge market with more states to come. I think it’s impossible for Flutter to maintain such a high market share, we can see from the UK markets there are so many bookmakers and new ones joining the scene, not much can be done about the competition. The losses in US are fine, we all know that there are significant costs in marketing and sign up offers to get people to open new accounts, it has to be done.
The Gambling White Paper seems to have been buried under a lot more urgent paperwork for the time being.
We’ve seen the share price in the last year range from £123 down to £73 and now at £116. I feel that the short term range of Flutter’s share price will be around £110 - £135 which makes me believe there is still short term value to be had here.
Flutter Entertainment share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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