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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.50 0.38% 132.50 37,452 16:35:18
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
130.00 135.00 134.50 130.00 130.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 88.89 -10.08 -22.24 83
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:29:56 AT 399 130.00 GBX

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Global Ports Daily Update: Global Ports Holding Plc is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GPH. The last closing price for Global Ports was 132p.
Global Ports Holding Plc has a 4 week average price of 112.50p and a 12 week average price of 108p.
The 1 year high share price is 154.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 57p.
There are currently 62,826,963 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 16,516 shares. The market capitalisation of Global Ports Holding Plc is £83,245,725.98.
robsy2: Thanks for that. The bond price operates as the canary in the cage . I haven't really studied this one very much. Just thought it might fly if /when cruising starts. I suppose the shareholders could get a further shafting at the hands of the bondholders as part of their manouvres to get something out of the situation? I just see things improvibg and their port assets being valuable.
dartboard1: GPH bonds now trading at 88. Considering the auction price came in at 899/1000 market thinks the remaining $200m of debt will be refinanced at similar or better prices. Enterprise value of the equity looks pretty good here, compared to other leisure names they haven't had significant dilution, have very flex operating costs and should power back when passengers get on the board
dartboard1: So.. refinancing scheme has been withdrawn. On the same day shares up 10% and bonds at a steady price (and steady since February). Without knowing what's going on behind the scenes I would say the board figure they can refinance at a cheaper price now that sentiment has improved and cruising (in the Caribbean at least) is about to kick off. Let's see where it opens tomorrow,
dartboard1: Details on counter proposal should be known by Friday... but judging by the share price looks like someone's known for a few days ... big volume on Monday
dartboard1: 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
cc2014: A no deal Brexit will see Sterling collapse which would be good for GPH share price. But, you may be right in that the market will be in turmoil as the market has now strongly bet on a deal (which seems odd to me as I cannot personally see this is a nailed on certainty)
tomboyb: Taranto Cruise Port agreement 16/11/2020 8:36am UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Global Ports Holding PLC (GPH) Taranto Cruise Port agreement 16-Nov-2020 / 08:36 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 Taranto Cruise Port agreement Global Ports Holding Plc ("GPH" or "Group"), the world's largest independent cruise port operator, is pleased to announce that, the Port Network Authority of the Ionian Sea ("Port Authority") has awarded Global Ports Holding a 20-year concession to manage the services for cruise passengers in the Port of Taranto, Italy. The cruise port infrastructure in Taranto is currently undergoing a state funded, c&euro28m investment program, including the building of a new cruise terminal. The construction of these new facilities is expected to be completed by the end of 2020. GPH and Port Authority will now work towards agreeing the terms of a concession agreement. Following the successful execution of the concession agreement, GPH will use its global expertise and operating model to manage the cruise port operations in Taranto. The concession is expected to start in Q1 2021. In 2019, the Taranto Cruise Port welcomed c9k cruise passengers, with a pre Covid-19 forecast of over 14k passengers in 2020. CONTACT For investor, analyst and For trade media enquiries: financial media enquiries: Global Ports Holding, Investor Global Ports Holding Relations Martin Brown Ceylan Erzi Telephone: +44 (0) 7947 163 687 Telephone: +90 212 244 44 40 Email: Email: martinb@globalportsholding.com ceylane@globalportsholding.com ISIN: GB00BD2ZT390 Category Code: AGR TIDM: GPH Sequence No.: 87908 EQS News ID: 1148315 End of Announcement EQS News Service
tomboyb: Valencia Cruise Port agreement 13/11/2020 1:01pm UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Global Ports Holding PLC (GPH) Valencia Cruise Port agreement 13-Nov-2020 / 13:01 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 Valencia Cruise Port agreement Global Ports Holding Plc ("GPH" or "Group"), the world's largest independent cruise port operator, is pleased to announce that, its partner Baleària Group ("Baleària") has been awarded a 35-year concession agreement for the ferry and cruise port of Valencia, with a 15-year extension option. As part of this agreement, GPH will operate and manage Valencia Cruise Port throughout the period of the concession. All parties will now work together to conclude the agreement that is expected to be signed in Q1 2021. A further announcement, as appropriate, will be made in due course. Under the terms of the agreement, Baleària will invest up to $37m into the port infrastructure, including two new state of the art smart terminals, as well as investment into ferry piers, car parking and retail and F&B areas. The concession is expected to start in Q1 2021, with the expected two-year investment phase starting at the same time. The new terminals will set a new benchmark for sustainability in the passenger transport industry, producing 100% of their electricity needs from their own renewable energy sources (photovoltaic, wind, renewable hydrogen and biofuel), with all waste generated being recycled. In 2019, the port of Valencia received 203 cruise ship calls and welcomed c435,000 cruise passengers, with a pre Covid-19 forecast of over 500,000 passengers in 2020. Emre Sayin, Chief Executive Officer, said: "We are very grateful to Valencia Port Authority for placing their trust in GPH as the operator of Valencia Cruise Port. The project presented by our partners, Baleària Group, in collaboration with GPH, will set a new benchmark for excellence and sustainability in the passenger transport industry. Valencia Cruise Port is an important addition to our cruise port network, further strengthening our presence and capabilities in Iberia and the West Med. We very much look forward to growing cruise passenger volumes in Valencia in a sustainable and responsible way." About Baleària Group Baleària Group is the leading shipping line for passenger and freight transport on Balearic Islands crossings to the Spanish mainland. It also operates a number of other passenger ferry services in the Mediterranean and Caribbean. In 2019, Baleària handled c4.5m passengers and 6.1 metres of cargo, generating turnover of &euro452m. ISIN: GB00BD2ZT390 Category Code: AGR TIDM: GPH Sequence No.: 87866 EQS News ID: 1148104 End of Announcement EQS News Service
cc2014: I have added this morning. I've been watching L2 for weeks and imho the order book is being heavily manipulated to keep the share price down. It remains my view that there is only one seller out there (GIC as post 174) and their time preference outweighs their price preference. At a 13.6% yield even if the share price falls a bit further I'm comfortable with holding this trade as I have it in a tax free wrapper. I see the share price like a coiled spring in that as soon as GIC are finished the party that's been soaking up the shares (which is mostly one party who I believe is manipulating the order book) will want to push the share price up 100p at least to collect their profit. Fingers crossed
cc2014: I think it's a coiled spring as there is one seller in the market who I'm assuming is selling out of their position. The seller is GIC which is the Government of Singapore's Sovereign Wealth Fund. They purchased 5% or around 3m shares at the float at 741p. GIC purchase at float They held all these until August 2019 when we were notified they dropped to just below 4% GIC below 4% Then they sold another 1% in the next month GIC below 3% I note that the share price on both the last dates for GIC was 300p and we've had lots of trades since with the share price stuck at 300p. So, I venture the share price is stuck here until GIC are finished. How many have they got left? I'm not sure but I'm clear as soon as they are finished the share price moves up.
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