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
  -0.80 -1.34% 58.80 4,028 08:54:04
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
58.80 61.80 58.80 58.80 58.80
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 97.87 6.76 0.96 59.2 37
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
08:54:04 AT 20 58.80 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 59.60p.
Global Ports Holding Plc has a 4 week average price of 49.90p and a 12 week average price of 49.90p.
The 1 year high share price is 405p while the 1 year low share price is currently 49.90p.
There are currently 62,826,963 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 217,421 shares. The market capitalisation of Global Ports Holding Plc is £37,444,869.95.
cc2014: There is something going on here. On a day when every shares is trouble on the back of Coronavirus and the FTSE is down 250pts after the initial gap down this has come back and has hardly fallen at all. I note the large shareholder has raised their shareholding from 60.9% to 61.8% and omitted to tell the market for 20 days. Shareholding RNS So, they have been tempted in by the low share price. Tbh given the current situation I would very much like to sell but now I'm conflicted as their actions and the price action is telling me to stay in. Which is what I'm going to do for the moment although I'm watching the price action very closely.
cc2014: Having called the bottom in post 198 at my tenth attempt I'm slightly surprised to see the share price coming back up bit by bit. It would seem the market is looking past the Coronavirus but I remain rather nervous on that topic. L2 remains as confusing as ever. There's clearly one (maybe two or maybe the two are the same person) continuing to sell over and over as we can see from those 426 trades. The 362 keeps coming back as well but it's running a far less agressive algo. The 426 is an iceberg whereas the 362 is more intelligent and if it gets filled a few times will try for a better price. My sense more than anything though is that someone is trying to manipulate the price up to get those 426's filled. Almost certainly whoever is selling the 426's
cc2014: Can I call the bottom again? Is that allowed? Can I keep doing it until I get it right? Very strange trade flow imho. Not because the share price is rising because the coronavirus figures have stablised, but more the way the type and style of trades.. I would very much like to see what happens at 220p and whether we get another bunch of selling there.
cc2014: Still a seller out there who's not letting the share price rise. Nothing we can do but continue to wait until the seller is finished. All a bit frustrating.
orm5: More positive news and the share price stays the same. Hopefully we will hear on the strategic review soon
scoop8: I’ve followed this stock for some time and have become increasingly disappointed that the management have done very little to support the share price at any stage . I find it quite strange surely they to have holdings.
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.
cc2014: Just as the share price seemed to be moving upwards away from 300 with punters paying 318 and a price of 312 available to sell for a large part of yesterday it is back at 300 to buy. I've picked up a few as I assume it's someone dumping a few to switch into something else. Happy to hold, happy to trade out for the right price. The 10% dividend yield is quite attractive and I assume we will see a run up in the price towards the dividend as we usually do.
orm5: Would hope it take the share price back up, an increase of circa 50% is quite a change. There is also the possible disposal of the less profitable commercial port concessions which could also be another boost to the share price. The sale of those could possibly be used to fund the new concession investment
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