Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
GVC Holdings LSE:GVC London Ordinary Share IM00B5VQMV65 ORD EUR0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +4.00p +0.53% 762.00p 760.50p 761.50p 766.50p 753.50p 756.00p 579,230 16:35:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 701.7 -118.1 -43.5 - 2,264.26

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/7/2017
09:11
Marshall Wace reduced their short position by 0.01% to 1.39% on July 20th. They did exactly the same reduction on June 29th then increased it back to 1.4% five days later on July 4th.
mylands
24/7/2017
18:47
Maddox Well said.
mylands
24/7/2017
15:14
Hi mylands, Agreed, and these articles always seem to position it, as in the case of Turkey, as if it's some moral stand against the evils of gambling. Whereas, in fact they are quite happy with gambling as long as its state sponsored and/or owned. These 'clampdowns', 'crackdowns' or whatever the hyperbola are protectionist anti-free trade measures and should be seen as such. Regards, Maddox
maddox
24/7/2017
12:39
Wow, all the gaming stocks down on tiny volumes.What a bounce we are going to have from this!
festario
24/7/2017
08:45
I've lost count how many times there have been bearish media reports about regulation of the gaming industry, whilst at the same time I have watched as our 'little' company has risen to the Footsie 250 index. From an AIM tiddler that was virtually, if not wholly, dependant on unregulated markets we are now down to less than 30%, with the percentage continuing to fall.
mylands
23/7/2017
11:14
There will be more of this but then there's also continuing growth here plus the J curve after regulation which in the long run can be better.
noujay
23/7/2017
10:49
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2017/07/22/fears-overseas-gambling-crackdown-slovakia-issues-blacklist/
frankiethecabbie
21/7/2017
16:23
Thanks fest, clears that one up. Looks a half decent finish today
noujay
21/7/2017
16:10
It's just that they are bang on mid price at the moment of reporting, so can't be categorised as red or blue.
festario
21/7/2017
14:39
Would somebody just enlighten me as to the trades that show up on Advfn in grey (of which gvc gets its fair share), are they unidentifiable as buys/sells due to quick price movements or something more obvious I'm missing?
noujay
21/7/2017
11:58
@ Trent - thanks for post - interesting development at PAYS. Not sure why your post was down-voted.
mnomis
21/7/2017
08:54
All kicking off at PAYS and SCH who are gaming payment processors. Shame GVC got so little for Kalixia.Still, shows gaming sector is well and truest in the spot light again with private equity throwing the cash about
trentendboy
21/7/2017
08:41
Just been checking Marshall Wace's short positions. Since March 28th, when they had a 0.61% position, they have increased this 8 times to their present 1.40%. If you look at the graph of the share price over that period, on each of the dates they disclosed an increase, they are now in a loss position on all but one occasion June 2nd when the share price was 799p.
mylands
21/7/2017
06:37
I think the see-saw will continue until mid Aug- Marshall Wace LLP- are still 1.4% short- I suspect they are making money on the other side of the trade, and this volatility may be helping them. We are not expecting any company specific new until mid sept. I may start adding in August on t20.Currently busy trading cey and hgm. I suspect the 'Turkey' issue in the news was highlighted by interested parties to make sure that their short positions don't loose much, by keeping the share price below £8.00
shayadfn
20/7/2017
10:58
Yes, summer doldrums, with noticeably fewer posts and lower volume (without big news) as people take their holidays.
mnomis
20/7/2017
08:51
The share price is on a see-saw at the moment. One day up the next down, mostly on small volumes. We are down 10p on 31k of shares traded. We need a positive RNS to move us back up to the 800's. Hope we don't have to wait for that until the September trading statement.
mylands
19/7/2017
23:45
Thanks Caithnessy, much appreciated. Interesting textual differences between the 'plans under consideration' in this article and the 'Turkey has launched a fresh crackdown' of the Times - journalistic licence I suppose. I too love quarterly dividends. Great for income seekers and seeing gradually rising quarterly dividends communicates confidence to the market. This helps support the share price over the reporting cycle. And US investors just don't get it - it messes up their share reporting web-sites (and where's there a huge future opportunity?). I suppose the new FD is a traditionalist in reverting to the arcane and confusing 40/60% half-yearly divs. Regards, Maddox
maddox
18/7/2017
17:14
Maddox, following up your question about the data source of post 26795, here is the link to a pro-government Turkish newspaper. Www.dailysabah.com/turkey/2017/07/04/turkey-readies-measures-to-combat-illegal-gambling/amp I am long in the stock with a holding of 25,000 shares - mainly for the yield - slight shame that the Quarterly payment policy when they were on AIM has been changed to the more normal twice a year on the main market. Who would you prefer to hold; a U.K. centric betting house, where taxes likely to increase or a well diversified international group such as GVC (despite the well documented risks)?
caithnessy
18/7/2017
17:12
Radbrooks, I have no idea when, but based on valuations and length of cycle, think it is prudent to take a little risk off the table and have a little insurance. I am certainly not short. Regarding death, there are a number of factors that make it more or less likely, age / health of course being the most important. The probability of a significant down-turn is definitely increasing, but what the actual probability is and when it may or may not occur, who knows ...
mnomis
18/7/2017
13:49
This is as useful as predicting we will all die someday--that is at least a certainty--but when?--there may well be a dip but a crash is not inevitable
radbrooks
18/7/2017
10:37
Crash as in market crash / selloff as opposed to GVC specific sell-off before I get in trouble :)
mnomis
18/7/2017
10:36
@rhuvaal2 that thinking has kept me quite cautious as well (on a portfolio basis), although I could not help picking up a few more GVC recently at ~750 level. I have some S&P 500 puts and quite a bit of cash on the side, waiting for the inevitable crash ...
mnomis
17/7/2017
19:39
Cheshire moggie, i agree with you.
coxsmn
17/7/2017
11:40
Nice find berberic. Thanks. THIS is the sort of thing GVC should be expecting to get into when it arrives (although it does look a few years off). To whet your appetite: "According to Doha-based International Centre for Sport Security, the illegal betting market in India is worth $150 billion" India, China, Asia and the USA are the potential markets that mean GVC has gigantic potential over the next 10 years. Forget the mature markets, especially in the UK, the future lies elsewhere. GVC management is the best I've seen in 20+ years of investing. If we are allowed to ride this potential with them (ie us small punters aren't taken out for a paltry premium on the current sp), the long term prospects make what has happened up to now look like pretty small beer. IMHO and DYOR of course. CM.
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