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GPH Global Ports Holding Plc

202.50
-3.50 (-1.70%)
19 Apr 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Global Ports Holding Plc LSE:GPH London Ordinary Share GB00BD2ZT390 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.50 -1.70% 202.50 201.00 203.00 203.00 201.00 201.00 21,581 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Marine Cargo Handling 213.6M -25M -0.3674 -5.53 138.12M
Global Ports Holding Plc is listed in the Marine Cargo Handling sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GPH. The last closing price for Global Ports was 206p. Over the last year, Global Ports shares have traded in a share price range of 154.00p to 290.00p.

Global Ports currently has 68,038,008 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Global Ports is £138.12 million. Global Ports has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -5.53.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/3/2021
09:18
It's all about refinancing ... this will jump 30p if the refinance goes through with no significant dilution .. mgmt might reject the first counter offer as they've got until November and by then there should be a lot more cruise activity and pre-bookings to give the bond holders confidence.Guessing 2021 cruising will be subdued ... and 2022 will be epic
dartboard1
12/3/2021
08:50
V.Quiet on here - although the market seems to like the update even though it was largely non comital about 2021 prospects
mjb252
28/2/2021
10:02
Indeed..... here's a few more :-)Cruise lines are seeing record demand for 2023 world cruises, with sailings quickly selling out and even breaking booking records. Itinerary planners have gotten even more creative, finding new routes, new ports and adding more overnight calls.Here are five unique 2023 world cruises available to book:hTTps://www.cruiseindustrynews.com/cruise-news/24430-2023-world-cruises-get-more-creative.html?s=03
livewireplus
26/2/2021
11:40
My inbox is full of cruise offers these past few days
magicmayhem
25/2/2021
16:43
Well back in to triple figures (for offer at least).... Am content to await the next RNS to see the way forward ...
livewireplus
25/2/2021
05:57
Royal Caribbean Sailings from Barbados Selling Fasthttps://www.cruiseindustrynews.com/cruise-news/24432-royal-caribbean-sailings-from-barbados-selling-fast.html?s=03 
livewireplus
10/2/2021
10:12
? You'll have to talk me through that one, Sbb1x.

52 weeks takes us back to February 2020, not December 2020.

eaaxs06
10/2/2021
08:37
New 52 week low 79p
sbb1x
09/2/2021
12:45
Bailed out, too risky, unclear how the bond situation will be resolved. Will be watching from the sidelines.
mpg
09/2/2021
11:38
But on the positive side if the present situation can be weathered:Oceania Cruises' 2023 world cruise sold out in one day, according to a statement from Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NCLH), which owns the Oceania Cruises brand along with Norwegian Cruise Line and Regent Seven Seas Cruises.https://www.cruiseindustrynews.com/cruise-news/24340-cruise-demand-surges-as-oceania-world-cruise-sells-out-in-a-day.html?s=0
livewireplus
08/2/2021
16:59
Something up? Mandleson selling :)
toffeeman
08/2/2021
16:46
Don't look good here.
sbb1x
08/2/2021
16:12
Guessing the counter offer by bondholder forgiveness is a 99% equity grap and the present equity is now worthless
my retirement fund
05/2/2021
11:24
Just some more overall positive stuff:MSC Cruises announced today that it is working closely with the Greek Ministry of Tourism and other authorities for the reopening of local services in time to serve cruise passengers visiting Greece starting with the upcoming Easter holiday period, according to a press release.hTTps://www.cruiseindustrynews.com/cruise-news/24318-msc-cruises-aims-to-restart-greece-program-by-easter.html?s=03
livewireplus
30/1/2021
15:45
Cruise Ships Back in Service February 2021 UpdatehTTps://www.cruiseindustrynews.com/cruise-news/24279-cruise-ships-back-in-service-february-2021-update.html
livewireplus
14/1/2021
19:05
Ok ... bonds trading up now at 82.50. This is getting refinanced. Go on the website, you have to request a copy of the proposal to bond holders, but don't have to be a bond holder. Not unreasonable terms, around 6.5% cash paid or 8% pik for a couple of years. I guarantee you as soon as the pensioners are vaccinated (less than two months now) the first thing slot of them will be doing is booking a cruise. ..
dartboard1
08/1/2021
11:45
Global Ports Holding PLC (GPH)
Refinancing of Eurobond

07-Jan-2021 / 18:58 GMT/BST
Dissemination of a Regulatory Announcement, transmitted by EQS Group.
The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.

Global Ports Holding Plc

Refinancing of Eurobond

Global Ports Holding Plc, the world's largest independent cruise port
operator, announces that its wholly owned subsidiary Global Liman
Isletmeleri A.S. (the "Issuer") has today published a proposal to the
holders of its $250,000,000 8.125% Senior Unsecured Notes due 2021 (the
"Notes") for the refinancing of the Notes.

This aims to address the upcoming maturity and provide the business with a
more stable, deleveraged capital structure.

The documentation related to such proposal is subject in full to the
disclaimers set out therein. By accessing this documentation, you will be
deemed to have acknowledged, accepted and agreed to be bound by such
disclaimers, including the limitations of liability and all other terms and
conditions therein.

eaaxs06
08/1/2021
11:17
It says it will lead to a more stable deleveraged capital structure.

You can draw your own interpretation but this implies less bonds going forward...

I don't know what the prospectus says

cc2014
08/1/2021
10:55
Please post a link if anyone finds details of the proposal
dartboard1
08/1/2021
10:39
So, GPH have sent a proposal to their bond holders today. Not sure details are publicly available yet.But, the price of the bonds has risen lately from 72 up to 79... this is looking good for the refinancing and removing the main downward pressure on the share price (other than no boats coming to their ports... lol) .. I bought these as a bet on them refinancing these, so hopefully it's in motion
dartboard1
21/12/2020
08:47
Down it goes.Lemmings and mushrooms only.
ken chung
10/12/2020
10:10
150p+ perhaps -
tomboyb
10/12/2020
03:06
Covid-19: How Covid cruise ships are navigating troubled waters - hTTps://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-55241333
livewireplus
08/12/2020
11:34
And yes, they've sold the commercial port (or agreed to sell it), but the Eurobonds were issued in 2014 when their cruise business was much smaller, so passenger numbers and revenue stream is much bigger now (or at least it is when they're allowed to open). Meanwhile the price of the bonds which traded down to 45 is back up above 70 implying quite a good chance of repayment... under the circumstances
dartboard1
08/12/2020
11:28
The parent company won't want to dilute their own equity, and looking at their own balance sheet doesn't look like they could fund it themselves. So pretty sure the idea is to refinance the Eurobonds with a new bond. If ships start to sale again, then it shouldn't be a problem just will depend on what interest rate they need to pay investors. Remember they raised a $150m bond at 8% to fund Nassau and this was at peak Corona panic in May
dartboard1
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