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GAW Games Workshop Group Plc

20.00 (0.19%)
Last Updated: 10:17:56
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Games Workshop Group Plc LSE:GAW London Ordinary Share GB0003718474 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  20.00 0.19% 10,730.00 1,902 10:17:56
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
10,700.00 10,720.00 10,770.00 10,680.00 10,750.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Games,toys,chld Veh,ex Dolls 470.8M 134.7M 4.1006 26.17 3.52B
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
10:11:30 O 46 10,715.80 GBX

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30/11/202310:10Games Workshop & Warhammer Online6,401
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Posted at 01/12/2023 08:20 by Games Workshop Daily Update
Games Workshop Group Plc is listed in the Games,toys,chld Veh,ex Dolls sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GAW. The last closing price for Games Workshop was 10,710p.
Games Workshop currently has 32,849,000 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Games Workshop is £3,524,697,700.
Games Workshop has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 26.17.
This morning GAW shares opened at 10,750p
Posted at 29/11/2023 09:31 by smcni1968
Sharif El Khazen | Metronome Capital2023-11-17 13:22:07.110 GMTNov. 18 (Australian Financial Review) --El Khazen chose miniature wargames producer Games Workshop (LON:GAW) as his pick, calling it the "Hermes of plastic". El Khazen,known for his big bets on luxury and leisure businesses, saysthe London-headquartered group's well-known Warhammer brand hasfurther to penetrate in the United States. "Customer engagementis really strong. Warhammer is their main hobby," he said,adding the Warhammer brand enjoyed very high barriers to entryin a sustainable moat, given its 40-year history with customers.The group holds a "quasi-monopolistic" position in a market "itbasically created". Film and television are around thecorner.
Posted at 16/11/2023 08:33 by smcni1968
The trading update was in mid September and caused the share price to briefly shoot up 10% or so. On the Amazon show, no news at all, so at least it hasn't fallen through. But I'm surprised it has taken this long, not that it's something I know anything about. I did read Henry Cavill has just signed up for some other role.
Posted at 08/11/2023 11:36 by epo001
If I (well, Stockopedia) do a sort on net margin among consumer cyclicals, GAW is 4th, the 3 above it are not credible investments. If sort on all stocks excluding financials, basic materials and energy then GAW is 22nd out of 757.
Posted at 12/10/2023 09:26 by daijavu
Over the last two years GAW has made 5 dividend payments each year. From 5 Jan 2022 to 4 Nov 2022 GAW paid out 290p per share for the year. From 25 November 2022 to 3 Nov 2023, they paid out 490p per share. That's a huge increase that gives a very reasonable yield of about 4.9%

The dates of the dividend payments and the amounts paid per share are listed below. .

5/1/22 35p 25/11/22 45p
25/2/22 65p 24/2/23 130p
13/5/22 70p 19/5/23 120p
12/9/22 90p 11/9/23 145p
4/11/22 30p 3/11/23 50p

Some people have compared the Nov 23 payment with the Sept 23 payment. They saw a large drop which they took as a danger signal, when they should have been comparing the Nov 23 payment with the Nov 22 payment and seen the increase.
Could that misunderstanding have led to the sell off?
Posted at 25/9/2023 08:17 by reabank
Yes it seems very weird to suggest the share price wasn't moved massively by the Amazon announcement. There had been a trading update a week before and I think the last sentence of the Amazon press announcement was just to confirm they wouldn't be booking any Amazon revenues in 2023.
Posted at 25/9/2023 07:45 by shanklin
I like GAW a lot but have to say I think its completely delusional to suggest that reconfirming the market forecast for the year ending May 23 (as per the last sentence of the RNS) was the major driver of the share price move following what was primarily an Amazon deal RNS. IMHO the masssive subsequent share price movement was 99% the Amazon deal and 1% from reconfirming they would meet market forecasts.
Posted at 24/9/2023 13:08 by pob69
Had a chat with a NED at the AGM. He mentioned that things are indeed with the lawyers on both sides and are at a pace as expected. Amazon are a behemoth so things take time and whilst there is a single keen "gamer" on the Amazon side he is unable to expedite.

The main GAW priority is that the board do not want to lose control of the IP (he compared GAWs approach with that of the Star Wars franchise losing value with its current over-exposure and that of the Witcher - albeit that was with the indivual original Polish writer) so a speedy conclusion is not a priority.

GAWs DNA is to be here for "ever" so the company are in no rush to conclude a deal on unfavourable terms, especially as the writers strikes mean there is no additional need to rush to conclude any deal.

The board had discussions about how much value is baked in to the current share price from the Amazon "news" (as if you recall the Amazon announcement was made at the same time as a trading update)and their view is that the trading update was more material than the "Amazon news".
Posted at 15/9/2023 11:12 by kalai1
Games Workshop Group plc issued a trading update for the three months to 27 August 2023 this morning. Trading was ahead of the Board's expectations for the quarter with core revenue of c.£121 million (2022/23: £106 million) and licensing revenue of c.£6 million (2022/23: £3 million). Profit before tax is estimated at c.£57 million (2022/23: £39 million), driven by healthy growth across all channels. The Group looks set for another year of record net profit continuing its impressive multi-year growth trajectory. The Group’s balance sheet is strong, share price has strong positive momentum. Valuation is a little unhelpful with forward PE ratio at 23.5x and PEG at 22x elevated by the share’s own standards. Consumer discretionary spending could also come into the firing as the UK economy slides into recession. GAW is certainly a share worth owning in the longer run, but remains a share to monitor for the time being...

...from WealthOracle
Posted at 07/8/2023 07:40 by stewar06
The drop is my fault. After monitoring gaw for months and seeing the share price steadily climbing I decided to buy in the day before x divi. It has dropped every day since.
Apologies to investers. Its really not a coincidence it happens every single time I buy shares. This is the 28th share in a row I've bought that drops the very second I buy.
Once again apologies to investers
Posted at 29/9/2022 15:32 by princesa_consuela
and since North American sales are greater than UK they should benefit from the US consumer with higher than average disposable income still going strong, plus US revenues while paying UK wages to produce items. Still, that did not prevent GAW share price to fall below pre-covid highs.

Edison is the last on the room who need to downgrade, surprised it is taking them so long.
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