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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Gvc Holdings Plc GVC London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 1,039.50 00:00:00
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1,039.50 1,039.50
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fizzypop: MSG from Interactive Investor: GVC to Entain name change shareholder's meeting 9 Dec. Probably goes live about 12 Dec.
italianofacile: Assuming Retail UK and Euro breakeven in terms of EBITDAR for 2020 then Guidance is c800m Ebitda(r) for online... Not unreasonable for a 1bn£ Ebitda(r) company in this sector to command 10bn£ Valuation, (£17 per share) ..(10 times)... Fair bet EBITDA will hit £1bn ..24months?... Factor in ROAR on top...£20 is fair.. IMO its the alternative "safer" bet of Flutter that takes investors away from GVC...but that will change IMO as Flutter becomes more expensive and Shey proves himself...
italianofacile: Loop Capital analyst Daniel Adam told investors in a research note "true total addressable market" of internet-based sports wagering and gaming is over $30 billion, "significantly greater" than the $20 billion other analysts are factoring into their assessments...." If thats right, whoever gets 15-20% of that market with margin expectations of 30% (per GVC)..will be looking at $1.35bn to $1.8bn of Ebitda...8 times multiple on the median..=12.6bn$ Valuation...sounds extraordinary unless you are a US investor backing DraftKings..who clearly have accepted it as a likely outcome for them..
garycook: If I were to list my top FTSE 100 stocks right now GVC Holdings (LSE:GVC) would definitely make the cut. GVC has seen its sales increase during the economic downturn caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. GVC is one of the world’s largest sports-betting and gaming groups, with operations online and in the retail sector. It operates in more than 20 countries with approximately 24,000 employees. GVC’s brands include bwin, Coral, Ladbrokes, Gala, and Foxy Bingo to name a few. It also provides third-party services to customers on a B2B basis.FTSE 100 champion GVC has grown tremendously over the past decade or so. It has strategically acquired many smaller contemporaries across Europe and beyond. Acquisitions show me a business is thriving, progressing, and ultimately has the ambition to grow. When the market crash occurred, GVC lost approximately 65% of its share price value. In mid-February, shares were trading for 930p per share. Fast-forward a month and GVC was a FTSE 100 bargain with shares trading at 325p per share. At the time of writing, GVC’s share price has made an excellent recovery and shares are trading for over 1,000p per share. This has surpassed pre-crash levels. Based on its current price, shares are trading at a PEG ratio of just 0.5. In my opinion this means the stock offers a healthy margin of safety. Recent performance.GVC released a Q3 trading update earlier in October that showed positive results despite the economic downturn. Group gaming revenue rose by 12%. Online activity rose by 26%, which would have offset the slight decline in the UK retail market which fell by 5%. EU retail actually rose but by a marginal 2%. This was the 19th consecutive quarter of double-digit growth for GVC. Not many FTSE 100 firms can claim they have achieved such a feat. In addition to this, it reported market share gains in all major territories too. GVC has recently entered the US market with a new venture and I believe this could be key to further growth. In the update, GVC confirmed that it had now gone live in eight states and US revenue is expected to surpass initial expectations. It also announced another acquisition in the form of a major online gambling operator in Portugal that will further enhance its market share. Despite the pandemic affecting its retail business, GVC confirmed that all of its retail outlets were now open and volumes were within 10% of pre-Covid-19 levels.Growth to continue? One of the key questions that GVC may face is whether it can keep up its rapid growth. I honestly believe it can. Some may consider its current price slightly expensive, however, I believe GVC is a still great opportunity right now at its current price. One of my Foolish colleagues wrote about GVC a few months ago. He noted how GVC’s stock has produced an average annual return of 27.2% for investors over the past decade, which is seriously impressive. If you compare this to the FTSE 100 as a whole, the average total return is 5.8% across the same period. This provides some perspective as to how well this once small start up has done and how it has grown into one of the largest gaming brands across the world.
mylands: This investor alert has just come up. Looks very positive to me. GVC Investor Alert PGA Tour to integrate BetMGM odds The PGA Tour announced today that BetMGM will provide betting odds for all four rounds o The CJ Cup @ Shadow Creek in Las Vegas, 15-18 October on the Golf Channel. This will mark the first time that a PGA Tour telecast will feature live betting odds. This is a no-reply email address.
cheshiremoggie: I think you are being a bit optimistic. Put 50% of the shares up for NASDAQ, CURRENTLY worth $1bn. In 5 years time the 25% that GVC have left worth $3bn, instead of $6bn at 50%. ROAR are already going full tilt at it, so by listing in the US you are selling off the future value of the company on the cheap. Why would the US investors invest on NAS if they werent getting anything out of it? The time to list is when the value of the enterprise is maturing, not when its a fraction of its potential.
wilco69: There will be a presentation for analysts and investors on the way forward for GVC on 12 November 2020. Details will be circulated separately. These are usually helpful for momentum too.
maddox: itaianofacileJan, I cannot see any need to raise funds at this stage - they are clearly performing well despite the challenges from Covid. The share price has only just recovered and that in response to WMH so a somewhat fragile basis for a fund raising. Also, I wouldn't foresee a good outcome for personal investors. FIs would sell down their current holdings in advance, trash the share price, and then buy new shares at a further discount. Personal Investors wouldn't participate in the new equity, get diluted and we'll be left with a sub-800p share price.
trentendboy: Very much NEEDED London-listed gaming operator GVC Holdings has appointed former BBC journalist Tessa Curtis to the newly created role of head of media relations. Curtis will join GVC on September 1 to lead the operator’s corporate communications in the UK and internationally, and will report to group corporate affairs director Grainne Hurst and director of investor relations David Lloyd-Seed. She previously served as city correspondent for the Daily Telegraph and business correspondent for the BBC, before joining public relations firm Weber Shandwick as managing director. Curtis joins the operator from her own consulting firm, Tessa Curtis Associates, which was established in 2003. “I am delighted to be coming on board at such an exciting point in GVC’s extraordinary growth, with a new leadership team and a clearly defined set of strategic priorities in place,” Curtis said of her appointment. “GVC has a vibrant business at the intersection of international growth in e-commerce, sports and entertainment and is fully committed to the very highest standards across all its operations. I’m looking forward to joining a business with such a strong future and a great story to tell.” Grainne Hurst, group corporate affairs director at GVC, commented: “Tessa’s appointment will help GVC to amplify its ambitions, values and unique competitive advantages as the company continues to strengthen and build its core team. She will join both the expanding corporate affairs and investor relations teams at GVC, and will work closely with Jay Dossetter, who has recently been promoted to Head of ESG and Press Office.” Shares in GVC Holdings plc. (LSE:GVC) were trading up 2.52 per cent at 790.60 pence per share in London Tuesday morning.
t 34: 28 January 2020 GVC Holdings PLC (“GVC” or the “Group”) Appointment of Director of Investor Relations and External Communications GVC Holdings PLC (LSE: GVC), the global sports-betting and gaming group, is pleased to announce the appointment of David Lloyd-Seed to the role of Director of Investor Relations and External Communications. Reporting directly into CFO, Rob Wood, David will take responsibility for leading the Group’s strategic external communication with investors, the City and a range of key stakeholders. He will take up his new post in March 2020, ahead of the publication of the Group’s full year results. David joins the Group from his position as Head of Capital Markets at Powerscourt, GVC’s strategic communications advisors. David is one of the UK’s most experienced IR and Capital Markets practitioners, with over 15 years in leading IR roles at a number of blue-chip companies across multiple sectors including Telefonica UK (O2), Severn Trent and Dixons. Prior to that, David had an 18-year career in corporate broking, during which he advised across multiple sectors on IR, market-related activities, fund-raisings, mergers and IPOs. He is a board member of the Investor Relations Society. Nick Batram, who has been acting as the Group’s investor relations lead in recent months will return to his fulltime role as Group Director of Corporate Strategy and Development. Commenting on the appointment, Rob Wood, CFO of GVC Holdings, commented: “David brings a huge wealth of experience and expertise to the Group from the City and as a strategic advisor and communicator. His appointment adds further strength and depth to our management team and I am delighted to welcome him on board.” David Lloyd-Seed, incoming Director of Investor Relations and External Communications for GVC Holdings said: “I am delighted to be joining GVC and am looking forward to working with the most dynamic management team in the sector. This is a hugely exciting time for GVC as it consolidates its position as a global industry leader, continues to expand into newly regulating markets, and leads the industry in responsible gambling.” – ends – Enquiries: GVC Holdings PLC Kenneth Alexander, Chief Executive Officer Rob Wood, Chief Financial Officer Nick Batram, Group Director of Corporate Strategy & Development (investors@gvc-plc.com
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