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GPH Global Ports Holding Plc

205.00
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Last Updated: 11:57:59
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Global Ports Holding Plc GPH London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.00 0.00% 205.00 11:57:59
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
205.00 205.00 205.00 205.00
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Industry Sector
TRAVEL & LEISURE

Global Ports GPH Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Ex Date Record Date Payment Date
21/08/2019InterimGBP0.15531/10/201901/11/201929/11/2019
01/04/2019FinalGBP0.21230/05/201931/05/201905/07/2019

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Posted at 18/8/2023 12:14 by km18
Global Ports Holdings plc issued a trading statement for the 3 months to 30th June this morning. Cruise passenger volumes for the 3M period ending 30 June 2023 were 3.1m rising 76% compared to the comparable period last year and were 17% ahead of the 2019 levels. Adjusted revenue rose 60% to USD 43.3m, reflecting the strong growth in passenger volumes. Total consolidated revenues, including the impact of IFRIC-12 Construction revenues, were USD 53.4m compared to USD 45.7m in the comparable period. Segmental EBITDA rose strongly to USD 30.2m from USD 17.2m in the comparable period. Adjusted EBITDA was USD 28.6m a significant increase on the USD 15.4m in the comparable period. Travel continues to rebound and this is being reflected in financial performance. The share price has been trending higher powerfully over the past 12 months and has very strong momentum. Valuation messages look a little mixed with forward PE ratio close to 23x looking a little stretched, but PS ratio at 0.95x top ranked of 3 names in the Transportation Infrastructure market. If trending stocks with plenty of longer run upside potential are your thing, GPH looks to be an interesting BUY...

...from WealthOracle
Posted at 13/12/2022 14:21 by jun_man
Those following this thread will doubtless have already seen, but GPH released its interim results today. They have updated that they expect full year EBITDA to be ahead of expectations, and the share price has bumped up to £1.20. From my read, most of the big picture content is as expected and a rehash of what has already been announced. Nassau completion still on track, upcoming projects in Canary Islands and Puerto Rico unchanged.
Posted at 18/10/2022 11:49 by jun_man
GPH put out a brief RNS yesterday with information on expected cruise calls (and implied passenger numbers) for 2023.

The datapoint itself seems positive, but I was more encouraged by the seeming change in the approach to IR. It seems that the company is more alive to getting comms out that will help boost the share price. My biggest concern about this stock is the risk of a low buyout from the majority shareholder. The Board appears to have decided that the better strategy is to demonstrate to the market that the company is undervalued.

The significant challenges around leverage and cashflow remain, but I hope this approach continues. I still think there's a 2025 light at the end of this tunnel.
Posted at 19/8/2022 15:22 by km18
Global Ports Holdings issued a trading statement for the 3 months to June 30th this morning. Cruise passenger volumes for the 3M period ending 30 June 2022 rose 2658% compared to the comparable period last year and were down just 29% from 2019 levels. Adjusted Revenue was USD 27.1m, an increase of 465% on the comparable period. Segmental EBITDA for the 3M period was USD 17.1m compared to a loss of USD 0.8m in the comparable period. So the business is recovering solidly but not yet back to pre-COVID levels. Current trading remains in line with recent guidance, passenger volume is expected to be well in excess of 7 million passenger calls in FY23, with revenue per passenger expected to grow by mid-single digits vs FY19. The Group should return to statutory profit in FY23, although there are obvious risks, not least the possibility of renewed COVID waves and the weakening macro environment. The Group has not managed to post a profit since FY19. The balance sheet also looks a little fragile with net debt up to $494m at end FY22. There is no rush to buy here...

...from WealthOracle
Posted at 09/8/2022 08:54 by livewireplus
Today's announcement.... GPH expects to take over operations of the three Canary Island cruise ports in Q4-2022, ahead of the peak winter season for Canary Island cruises.
Posted at 12/7/2022 13:05 by livewireplus
Presume the price they offered wasn't high enough. At least it shows that the GPH board think share price undervalued. And now it's dropped to low 90's. I'm optimistic that share price will be back to over 125p - but not sure of timeline on that. Did top slice three times recently and topped up a little this afternoon. Time will tell.
Posted at 25/6/2022 12:23 by livewireplus
Not directly related to GPH - but an indication of overall puck-up in cruise business :Warning as several cruise ships to arrive in and depart from Southampton todayhttps://www.dailyecho.co.uk/news/20235612.warning-several-cruise-ships-will-arrive-depart-southampton-today/
Posted at 20/6/2022 12:08 by casholaa
I can't remember anyone trying so hard on any BB before. A change of ownership may be of great benefit to gph and msc. DYOR &GLA.
Posted at 15/6/2022 20:26 by casholaa
Nahhh... not from where I'm sat, GPH is more of a beer market
Posted at 27/5/2022 10:15 by casholaa
@jun_man --> "Global Ports Holding Plc ("GPH"), the world's largest independent cruise port operator, announces that H. Emre Sayin, Chief Executive Officer is stepping down from his role to pursue new business opportunities as of 26th May 2022."

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