Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gvc Holdings Plc LSE:GVC London Ordinary Share IM00B5VQMV65 ORD EUR0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +22.20p +3.67% 626.60p 6,475,929 16:35:06
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
626.20p 627.00p 627.20p 601.00p 606.60p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 2,935.20 -18.90 -12.20 3,607.4

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Gvc Daily Update: Gvc Holdings Plc is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GVC. The last closing price for Gvc was 604.40p.
Gvc Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 569.20p and a 12 week average price of 504p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,184p while the 1 year low share price is currently 504p.
There are currently 575,707,253 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,475,552 shares. The market capitalisation of Gvc Holdings Plc is £3,607,381,647.30.
loganair: cats - It seems to me the decline in GVC share price has little to do with the Ladbrokes take over as the other Gaming companies have fallen my a similar amount. Ladbrokes is a good deal as they have a good presence in the USA and 1/3rd of their revenue is already coming from on-line gaming and increasing.
warik: GVC - shares fall on a brace of director deals - George Salmon | 8 March 2019 (HL) GVC's CEO and Chairman have sold a combined 3m shares. While both retain ongoing holdings, the sales have significantly reduced both their positions. The news prompted the shares to fall 14%. No specific reason was given, although CEO Kenneth Alexander said both men remain 'convinced of the exciting prospects for the business' and that they will not reduce our holdings below the current levels while they remain at the group. Our view Online gaming specialist GVC is a serial accumulator. The latest addition, Ladbrokes Coral, makes it an unusual mix of established high street name and digital disruptor. That split is reflected in recent trading updates. UK in-shop trends have been negative, and tighter restrictions on gambling machines look set to make things worse. The government's move to cap staking on fixed odds betting terminals (FOBTs) will hopefully make society richer, but the lost profits will make GVC poorer, at least in the short term. Around 1,000 shops are likely to close. However, we think there are positives. The group reckons it can get £130m of cost savings from integrating the two businesses. That figure's actually increased from the initial target of around £100m, despite the tighter restrictions on FOBTs. In any case, the group's trump card remains its online business. While the FOBT hit will likely see group profits dip in 2019, the mushrooming digital division means we think GVC looks well-placed to deliver strong growth in 2020 and beyond. In time, those earnings could be boosted by an exciting opportunity in the US. A Supreme Court judgement has given every state the power to legalise sports betting if it wants to. The chance to snap up market share in such a populous, affluent and sports-mad country is a once in a generation opportunity. Of course such opportunities don't come without risks. It remains to be seen how quickly different states give the thumbs up to sports betting, and there'll be plenty of competition for a seat at the table. But we think GVC has given itself a good chance of success. At least initially, casinos will be the go-to location for sports betting, and GVC has teamed up with a US high roller, MGM Resorts. There's a lot to like about combining GVC's experience with MGM's well-established brand. The multitude of moving parts means GVC has been fairly volatile in recent times, and investors' confidence was rocked in March by significant shares sales from key directors. But the dividend remains well-underpinned by earnings and cash flow, and the prospective yield was 5.1% prior to March's share price fall. So investors should get an attractive dividend while they wait to see if GVC can deliver the goods stateside. Full year results details (5 March 2019) GVC's Underlying net gaming revenue (NGR) for the year rose 9% to £3.6bn, as online market share gains in all key territories more than offset declines in UK retail. Underlying cash profits, as measured by EBITDA, came in slightly ahead of the guidance range, at £755.3m, and the group says 2019 has started well, particularly online. A second interim dividend of 16p takes the full year payment to 32p, up 7% on last year. Online NGR rose 21% at constant exchange rates to £1.9bn, with growth in amounts wagered and margins, in both gaming and sports brands, boosted by a positive World Cup. Sports brands' underlying NGR rose 22% to £1.5bn, with games brands up 16% to £351m. Operating costs only increased 6%, meaning underlying EBITDA was up 19% to £485.7m, despite increased taxes in the UK and Australia. UK Retail NGR was down 5% to £1.3bn. Sports wagers fell 8% to £3.1bn, and margins dipped from 18.2% to 17.9% due to the non-repeat of bookie-friendly results in 2017. These declines were moderated by steadier Machine NGR, down 1% to £780.7m. Underlying EBITDA fell 2% to £251.7m European Retail underlying NGR was 14% up on last year at constant exchange rates, with wagers 9% ahead, and win margins rising from 17.1% to 17.7%. Operating costs only rose 1%, so despite higher marketing costs, underlying EBITDA rose 35% to £65.4m. Underlying EBITDA in Other bookmaking was £3.1m, compared to a £0.3m loss last year, while Central Corporate losses were £50.6m, up from £45.3m in 2017. Net debt at 31 December was £1.9bn, representing 2.5x net debt to underlying EBITDA. The loss of earnings from lower max FOBT stakes means leverage is expected to increase to 3x in 2019, but GVC expects that to fall by around 0.5x in each subsequent year.
loganair: warik - The only question I ask is where will the GVC share price be in 5 to 10 years time.
warik: there are many more on Barclays than HL which I use but some are repetitive and also I haven't seen 1 for December. Another imp thing on HL is all pointing down the target price since the highs of 1184. I hope I'm wrong and it goes up to atleast 750 and I will be out. This share is too volatile in this volatile market. Sadly I was watching the market all year last year when it was climbing without reason and when I put my money as per CNN, CNBC, FOX AND BLOOMBERG analyst most ppl think ressession could be 18 to 24 months away as its been the 2nd longest bull run with yield curve etc. I'm just scared of looking at gvc share price from 2005 to 2007 it was crazy from 800 odd to 70 I don't know why but looks crazy don't want a repeat that's all.
trentendboy: I held a lot of LAD shares so I guess I miss the 35p but.... GVC keep the money... hmmmm. Still, glad I got more in the 800s - already showing a tasty profit but really, this is trivial compared to where the GVC share price could go to. Not reason not to test recent highs this year.
loganair: As a long term investor I do not really care what the shorters do or the daily share price movement is. If one just took a look at the GVC share price once every 3 months then one would see the share price has risen.
nurdin: Do you guys think FOBT limit of £2,if that is the final outcome, will have a major impact on the GVC share price? I would have thought not but would be useful to get other views
mylands: Just seen this RNS! If the dire predictions were to be accurate then the deal with LCL would be stopped in its tracks, which I don't believe will happen. LCL have based their recommendation on a GVC share price of about 950p. At 0.141 GVC shares plus 32.7p cash the LCL shareholders will receive 165p per share. Were the GVC price to fall substantially then I can't think that the directors of LCL would continue to recommend the offer. The board of GVC must have discussed this with LCL prior to releasing this statement. The fact that it has been released suggests to me that it is nowhere as bad as is being suggested.
loganair: mylands - occasionally shorters may effect the share price of a company, however I've noted how all too often when ever a share price falls of any company I see posters post that it is all due to the 'shorters,' rather than for any other reason. As an Investor, rather than a speculator I'm not at all worried about the daily price movement of any share. All I see is that GVC share price has doubled since they took over Bwin and is likely to continue rising, with the odd pull back here and there.
cheshiremoggie: interesting articles guys. Thanks. Of course, the recent GVC share price rise over £9 has been forgotten a bit here. IMHO it is likely that 'the market' knew this deal was about to come off hence the rise before the announcement and the fall on the announcement. It seems to me that insider trading is alive and well. Any share price over £9 is good for me but it looks like we will be waiting for the final FOBT result before the real fireworks begin. I hope we are all still shareholders of a KA company at the end of it as this sector has massive growth potential in the next 10 years. CM.
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