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GPH Global Ports Holding Plc

196.75
-3.25 (-1.62%)
24 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
  -3.25 -1.62% 196.75 196.00 197.50 202.00 196.00 200.00 58,063 16:35:08
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Marine Cargo Handling 213.6M -25M -0.3674 -5.33 133.35M
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 200p. Over the last year, Global Ports shares have traded in a share price range of 163.00p to 290.00p.

Global Ports currently has 68,038,008 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Global Ports is £133.35 million. Global Ports has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -5.33.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/6/2022
15:53
I have dipped my toes. Hopefully they won't get bitten off. Thanks for news Bernie.
casholaa
15/6/2022
15:44
I just found something
casholaa
15/6/2022
15:01
GUYS GUYS GUYS!!! have wonderful news from you, bloomberg in Turkey just landed great news! MSC in talks to acquire majority stake in global ports, share price in Turkey +10%
1bbernie
15/6/2022
13:58
p.s. I've lost money here and cut my losses, but I am still focusing on the potential here but there is very little broker/analytical coverage of them and the man at the top has changed.
casholaa
15/6/2022
13:55
On my mind is the link to Turkey, which has been sinking economically for some years now and its belligerence over NATO membership of European countries and the desire to takeover parts of Europe by force or submission. The US & NATO gibberish on Ukraine has been exposed as puff and there has been a correction in US rhetoric over Taiwan, opening the possibility of China invading Taiwan. When pithy countries elsewhere on the planet go to war, we aren't generally affected and they usually remain self-contained -by way of example, I'm pretty sure that Rwanda is in conflict with the DRC but that isn't drastic enough to prevent us from sending over asylum seekers, but when great powers or European countries go to war, especially with each other, there is never a good outcome on a global scale. I think that QE, inflation, interest rates and covid are potentially the least of our worries.
casholaa
15/6/2022
13:43
I'm sad to say this is one of the sort of companies the Central Banks sort to save by printing money and keeping interest rates low.

The challenge is that as interest rates are rising the underlying business model becomes more and more exposed.

cc2014
15/6/2022
13:23
Will she sink????
casholaa
31/5/2022
20:34
I read a write-up on this today on Yahoo which indicated share price decline of 87% over the last 5 years or so and average of 10% revenue shrinkage per year.
casholaa
27/5/2022
13:07
Ya pays ya money and takes your chances. Even today I remain in reasonable profit with these and content to add a few more at sub 100p. Time will tell - I may end up losing or I may end up further in profit.
livewireplus
27/5/2022
10:30
The thought that H&L pulled out and the share price going south may be Russia related sends shivers down my spine. I also think that Turkey is gearing-up for a war too.
casholaa
27/5/2022
10:25
LivewirePlus 9 Feb '22 price was 133 / 135. After 3-4 month price is at 98, and on top of that you now have Kutman as a CEO, good luck to you! Even though the sector is picking up and so is the balance sheet, share prices are coming down, interesting...
1bbernie
27/5/2022
10:15
@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."
casholaa
20/5/2022
16:40
Im right with you on all the below. (What a quiet board this is btw - a good sign usually) Was also a bit ruffled by the selling out of the II but I believe the share straddles the recovery of both tourism and trade (uncorking the supply) which eventually must bounce back in the longer term. War and inflation not helping in the short term rear view mirror - but a faint heart never won the heart of a fair maiden
mjb252
20/5/2022
14:46
Still holding these, and some glimmer of hope in the 12 month update. Will be interested to see the port by port breakdown when they publish the full results.

Looks like Lansdowne have sold almost their entire stake (7%) per the RNS this morning. That's c.20% of the free-float, so interested to see where the shares were placed and if a new significant shareholder comes on the scene.

I'm bullish on the cruise industry in general, and think they've made the right calls on the Nassau investment etc. But it feels like it's going to be at least three years until the leverage is under control.

jun_man
16/5/2022
18:16
Thanks. You know, I read it, re-read it and read it again. I can't trust my eyes anymore.
casholaa
16/5/2022
17:51
That's a different company with similar name .... not related to GPH.
livewireplus
15/5/2022
13:17
Doh doh doh
casholaa
21/4/2022
11:47
GPH should jump back to around 400p by the look of it, based on the strong recovery for the last Quarter and the good outlook for the summer ahead.
idriveajag
21/3/2022
12:08
Global Ports Holding is known as an independent cruise port operator which is currently segmented into two business areas: cruise port operations and commercial port operations. The cruise port operations segment includes Creuers, Valletta Cruise Port and Ege Ports-Kusadasi. Its commercial port operations segment include Port of Adria-Bar. As an independent cruise port operator, the Company holds a position in the cruise port landscape, with an integrated platform of cruise ports serving cruise liners, ferries, yachts and mega-yachts. Its portfolio includes over 15 ports in eight countries. Given these cutting-edge initiatives along with the firm’s diversified funding structure, the independent cruise port operator was able to enhance EBITDA to £4.4m from (£8.8m) loss. As a result, the firm is expected to optimise organic growth in 2022, illustrated by P/B ratio of 2.96x. Furthermore, Global Ports Holding is currently trading at a P/E ratio of 1.2, significantly below the industrials sectors, signifying that the security is undervalued and is expected to surge in value.
km18
11/3/2022
17:03
Well I sat in front of the monitor all day and didn't see a single Global Ports trade - will have to take the monitor in for repair :-)
livewireplus
11/3/2022
08:11
Indeed ... good luck and see if there is any share price action today ...
livewireplus
11/3/2022
07:56
The numbers look very impressive, but where the share price goes today is anyone's guess?

Whatever happens, good luck everyone, Sid.

eaaxs06
11/3/2022
07:44
RNS : Trading statement for nine months to 31 December 2021
livewireplus
16/2/2022
18:39
It feels like this segment is starting to be interesting, on the assumption there will be no more nasty covid strains.
I don't think this sector is liked very much at the moment, with false starts and all. Monitoring this with other Cruise equities


The shares are on the main FTSE market, with the safeguards that entails.

It looks like the majority owner is keen for a higher share price.
They seem to have developed their cruise business further in the last 2 years, enabled by selling off their shipping interests. I would hope they got some reasonable prices for those, considering the shipping rate increases.

The stock hasn't moved for around a year at around 130p.
The stability I think is a good sign.

I wonder though if share price goes up, the cos will raise capital through share issues.

Shareholder Holding Change % Held
Global Yatirim Holding AS 39.0m -226.2k 62.14
Lansdowne Partners (UK) LLP 4.1m 0.0 6.47
Första AP-Fonden 2.5m 0.0 4.03


Some encouraging US developments, although seems like some further level drops needed.

U.S. CDC eases warnings for cruises
Royal Caribbean CruisesRoyal Caribbean Cruises
News
Yesterday 10:15 pm
Feb 15 - The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention (CDC) on Tuesday eased its warnings for cruise ships
by a notch from the highest level, seven weeks after the health
agency advised Americans against going on cruises.

magic
09/2/2022
12:51
So price is presently 133 / 135 this lunchtime. Let us see what it is in 3, 6, 9, 12 months time ....
livewireplus
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