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
  290.00 1.93% 15,315.00 676,151 16:35:29
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
15,290.00 15,300.00 15,460.00 15,090.00 15,260.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 3,932.56 0.98 26.10 612.4 26,853
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:59:28 O 29 15,317.396 GBX

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Flutter Entertainment Daily Update: Flutter Entertainment Plc is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FLTR. The last closing price for Flutter Entertainment was 15,025p.
Flutter Entertainment Plc has a 4 week average price of 13,580p and a 12 week average price of 11,700p.
The 1 year high share price is 17,130p while the 1 year low share price is currently 11,430p.
There are currently 175,337,836 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 286,087 shares. The market capitalisation of Flutter Entertainment Plc is £26,852,989,583.40.
zwemnaar: I believe FanDuel had the market cornered on the game parlays, then draftkings wised up and pushed them hard and are regaining the market share based off that
trictrac66: DK seem to have grabbed significant market share (by handle) in some states in August e.g Indiana, Iowa, Michigan. Anyone know what's behind this? A promotion or effective/earlier nfl ad campaign??
the white house: Every man has his price...David Power, age 72, sold his 4pc for 600m this year, not before or held, and as they have not installed new US boss from Irish/UK within, looks like x 2 now, I am not convinced their heart is in the US battle to turn down 100X their 200m investment
the white house: Two minnows, I think notAny sign of any offer, Flutter can issue a statement about FanDuel spinoff will lift share price above and out of reachNew Joisey sports 32m out of 55m, continuing to outperform even in the quietest months.
solarman2013: That's a lot of shares to clear and still have the price hold where it is. Means there is strong demand for Flutter shares and if they clear out soon, we can expect more news, more demand and a much higher price. The following events will surely affect the price: 1. Arizona, Ontario, Wyoming, Connecticut, Louisiana, New York launches pre-Spring 2022. 2. New CEO for Fan Duel. 3. Resolution of Fox dispute. 4. Resolution of KY (or SCOTUS appeal). 5. IPO expected date and valuation (I expect for just after NY launch). Did I miss anything?
zwemnaar: It looks like fastball (the company flutter bought the recent c. 37% FanDuel share off), is selling the shares they received in part payment for the FanDuel deal. Once their shares are cleared (I think they have 4% of total shares), this share price can move up to the level it deserves!
simon gordon: Guardian - 11/8/21: Flutter’s punt on US gambling business FanDuel has played out in spades The smartest deal, in hindsight, done in recent years by a FTSE 100 company must be Flutter Entertainment’s purchase in 2018 of a majority stake in FanDuel, a US business running online sports-based fantasy games for prizes. It was a punt that leadership in the fantasy market could be converted into something very big if US rules were liberalised to allow locals to bet on sport for serious dollars in European style. At the time, Flutter, then called Paddy Power Betfair (which still describes the bulk of the company), viewed the deal as akin to “an option” on US liberalisation, says chief executive Peter Jackson. But the bullish projection has played out in spades. The US supreme court indeed changed the rules and individual US states are opening up. Back in 2018, Flutter paid $158m for its 58% stake in FanDuel and threw in a few US assets it already owned. When it topped up and took its interest to 95% at the end of last year, the additional 37% cost the rather chunkier sum of $4.2bn (£3bn). Even the later transaction, though, is starting to look good business given the US statistics that Flutter sprinkled across its first-half results on Tuesday. Its share of the online sportsbook market in the US in the last quarter was an astonishing 45%, which equates to 2.2 million people, 75% of whom have been recruited in the last 12 months. In a US betting market that currently resembles a land-grab, Flutter has twice the share of its nearest competitor. The business of acquiring customers is not cheap – $291 per head, the company said, leading to likely top-line losses this year in the US of up to $275m. The point, though, is that payback on new customers is calculated to come within a year and Flutter expects ‘‘a tipping point” to be reached at the end of 2022 when profits from existing customers more than offsets the cost of acquiring new ones. Profits in the US would therefore appear in 2023, the first time Flutter has set a date. There would be a delay if big states, such as California, liberalise in the interim, necessitating another promotional splurge, but Flutter obviously hopes they do. While it is hard to believe the company will be able to defend for ever a 45% share of a market that is still in its infancy, the mini-mystery is how the Las Vegas casinos allowed a London-listed, Dublin-based company to waltz into its backyard and gain leadership. The answer may be no more than the inability of land-based operators to understand that the online world is nothing like the one they know. Call it a rare case of European tech beating US efforts, albeit in a socially useless field. An intriguing twist will come if Flutter lists a minority stake in FanDuel on the US stock markets, an idea it has already raised. The lack of a US chief executive, plus a row with Rupert Murdoch’s Fox Corporation over the rights to a stake in FanDuel, probably preclude a listing for the time being. But the US markets have awarded a rip-roaring rating to share-dealing platform Robinhood, which is essentially just another venue for gambling. FanDuel looks the better long-term prospect. Https://www.theguardian.com/business/nils-pratley-on-finance/2021/aug/10/flutters-punt-on-us-gambling-business-fanduel-has-played-out-in-spades
the white house: So, has the Fox deal reached its crystallisation date yet' Big bust up 6 months ago was over price to be paid (in July but what date') now price run 40/50 lower has this been the cause or effect' Numbers likely to be stupendous potentially starting to leak, accidentally or deliberately Divvi comeback could be on, 200m a year is what would have been laid pre Covid and no reason now not to reinstate as profits are higher. Divvi would not have been halted for Kentucky or Fox side issues, simply issues to be worked around. Oversold
mip55: It may be speculation on my behalf but - given the announcement of the possible float of a small part of FanDuel took place on March 15th (since then we have had a 25 percent drop in the share price ) and still no clarification two months later on what Flutter meant , it would not surprise me that he just got frustrated by the whole process and decided to leave for pastures new.
tkamp: The reason for Flutter share price weakness is also related to DKNG share price decline. People value FanDuel by looking at DKNG valuation, and DKNG has sold off a lot recently. That selloff is in line with broader sell of in high growth, high multiple tech names plus some concerns specific to DKNG about their EBITDA losses being larger than expected for the most recent quarter
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