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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
10/11/2022
07:28
Reasonable RNS out this morning for the 'Trading Statement for the six months to 30 September 2022'
livewireplus
18/10/2022
11:49
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.

jun_man
19/8/2022
15:22
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

km18
19/8/2022
15:22
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

km18
19/8/2022
07:37
RNS put for a Trading Statement for the three months to 30 June 2022
livewireplus
09/8/2022
08:54
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.
livewireplus
21/7/2022
09:38
What Does the End of the CDC's COVID-19 Program Mean for Cruisers? We Tackle the Burning Questionshttps://www.cruisecritic.co.uk/articles.cfm?ID=7043
livewireplus
15/7/2022
11:06
Well bottom ended up at about 70p - but share price is back to about 80p this morning - so well done to anyone who topped-up in the 70's - unfortunately I didn't :-(
livewireplus
13/7/2022
16:40
Wasn't expecting another 9p or so off the share price today. Thought it may be just 2 or 3p as there would be a few sellers that digested yesterdays news. Let's see if 80p is indeed the bottom ...
livewireplus
12/7/2022
17:16
SP dipped again a bit more after the Alliance News release in afternoon but was stable after that. Let's see what the rest of week brings?
livewireplus
12/7/2022
13:05
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.
livewireplus
12/7/2022
12:49
It all came to nothing.
casholaa
12/7/2022
12:49
So the SAS Shipping Agencies Services Sarl Offer Talks are Terminated ....
livewireplus
11/7/2022
19:21
Yeah. Not massive sells either.
casholaa
11/7/2022
17:32
So this mornings RNS on agreement on concession terms for Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Cruise Port didn't motivate buyers / sellers this morning. That takes it to 22 ports with 2 more expected to be added before end September. But flurry of sells after 16.00 this afternoon downed the share price :-(
livewireplus
11/7/2022
17:25
So the question is ... will 13th be lucky or unlucky? I have seen two black cats so far today.
livewireplus
11/7/2022
17:04
Tuesday 12th July is 1 days left to offer deadline of 5pm 13th July
casholaa
08/7/2022
20:47
Monday 11th July is 2 days left to offer deadline of 5pm 13th July
casholaa
07/7/2022
19:15
I will, but you know, I also have a stop factored in just in case there's no offer or a low offer, so that I at least end up with a small profit.
casholaa
07/7/2022
18:17
Indeed .... keep the countdown running .... bring it on ....
livewireplus
07/7/2022
17:07
Friday 8th July is 5 days left to offer deadline.
casholaa
06/7/2022
17:03
Thursday 7th July is 6 days left to offer deadline.
casholaa
05/7/2022
21:14
Wednesday 6th July is 7 days left to offer deadline.
casholaa
04/7/2022
19:19
Tomorrow, Tuesday, is 8 days left to offer deadline.
casholaa
04/7/2022
18:12
Iran Intervenes To Stop Turkish Invasion of Northern Syriahttps://themedialine.org/mideast-daily-news/iran-intervenes-to-stop-turkish-invasion-of-northern-syria/
livewireplus
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