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PAY Paypoint Plc

547.00
3.00 (0.55%)
24 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Paypoint Plc LSE:PAY London Ordinary Share GB00B02QND93 ORD 1/3P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  3.00 0.55% 547.00 544.00 546.00 557.00 536.00 557.00 103,680 16:35:13
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Adjustment & Collection Svcs 167.72M 34.71M 0.4776 11.39 395.37M
Paypoint Plc is listed in the Adjustment & Collection Svcs sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PAY. The last closing price for Paypoint was 544p. Over the last year, Paypoint shares have traded in a share price range of 372.50p to 584.00p.

Paypoint currently has 72,678,765 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Paypoint is £395.37 million. Paypoint has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 11.39.

Paypoint Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/5/2024
10:04
Don't look at it in the 1st 30mins of trading- currently 549/545
rik shaw
23/5/2024
08:11
The spread here remains ridiculous !
masurenguy
23/5/2024
07:54
JR of IC says it is till "bonkers cheap"
ntv
22/5/2024
11:27
Yes, I thought it was going to break out as well
ntv
22/5/2024
08:19
Looking promising- seems to have broken the downtrend thats been in place since Sept 21...

Edit: and has found resistance yet again this morning at that 570 level- uncanny how many times that has acted as support and resistance since the covid fall

se81
16/5/2024
06:09
Banks brace for Post Office showdown over cash access fee
Major lenders expect the Post Office to seek an increase on the £200m annual fee they pay to enable their customers to access its 11,500 branches.

Sky News has learnt that a group of lenders including Barclays and HSBC are in the process of forming a shared interest group to represent the industry in talks with the government-owned company during the coming months. The negotiations will be aimed at thrashing out a new Banking Framework Agreement, the latest iteration of which will expire at the end of next year. Roughly 30 banks and building societies participate in the existing deal, paying in aggregate approximately £200m annually to facilitate customer access to the Post Office's 11,500 branches. The service is particularly valuable to those who still rely on physical cash after a nine-year period in which almost 6,000 bank branches have been closed across Britain.

Banking industry sources say they anticipate a demand from the financially challenged Post Office to hike the fee it charges them for using its sites, with some speculating that they expect it to seek up to £400m-a-year. If such a demand does materialise, they added, the industry was expected to resist it vigorously on the basis of data showing that bank customers' usage of the service has remained broadly flat. In 2023, more than £10bn worth of cash was withdrawn over the counter and £29bn in cash was deposited over the counter, the Post Office said. A Post Office spokesperson said: "Our partnership with 30 banks and building societies ensures that no one who relies on cash is left behind, made possible by our postmasters in almost every community of the country. "This is all the more important following the introduction of the Access to Cash legislation and further highlights the critical role postmasters play today, and in the future, in supporting customers with accessing their cash. We do not comment on ongoing commercial negotiations."

masurenguy
15/5/2024
19:01
Latest scoop from sky.... Post office wants to charge banks more for cash services... Opportunity for Paypoint?https://news.sky.com/story/banks-brace-for-post-office-showdown-over-cash-access-fee-13136543?s=09
boonkoh
15/5/2024
16:38
I am the World’s Finest & Most Accomplished Chartist, and having semi-skinned rather than whole milk caused my Weetabix to split prematurely this morning – from this I deduce we are on for a visit from that rare and mysterious animal, the famed Quintuple Top.

Then again, perhaps just looking at the company fundamentals and potential growth areas would make more sense.

shbgetreal
15/5/2024
15:35
I'm not much of a 'chartist' but I also see a double-top if one isn't going by high-precision numbers.
casholaa
15/5/2024
12:01
I am not a real chartist, but it does look as though there is a complicated reverse head and shoulders pattern. My rudimentary understanding is that if it breaks by 2% then the target is 650p. Let’s hope so.
sidam
15/5/2024
11:31
So frustrating here.With £80m pretax profits already announced, net debt low, 7%/8% divi and lots of cash on the books i was hoping to see PAY back to about 600.
stoopid
08/5/2024
12:21
Boom.... 561.....
stoopid
04/5/2024
20:53
It would need to break above 555 to target 600
doom4gloom
03/5/2024
19:52
It does appear to have broken upward again. We'll find out on tiouzday.
casholaa
03/5/2024
17:23
Chart breakout??
davebowler
01/5/2024
08:08
The trading update states that net debt is below £70m as at 32 March. Companies get into real trouble if they lie in an RNS. Park does build up cash for Christmas but there would not be much this early in the year. So even if the cash is net of Park, total debt will it be much higher, and some of any Park debt will end up as profit. I use £70m as the number. But I do not like buy backs unless there is a surplus of cash. I would rather that was used to increase the dividend. The days of “efficientR21; balance sheets are I think long gone.
sidam
01/5/2024
02:41
Isn't most of that cash (£113m) related to Park Christmas Savings (Appreciate) and is ring-fenced due to it being customers cash?And surely it can't be accounted for against company debt? That would mean accounting wise, debt is actually approx £180m which I'm sure isn't the case.
stoopid
29/4/2024
13:43
Paypoint operate a share based incentive scheme so cancelling any Treasury Shares would be inefficient if they were acquired below prevailing market cost.

However even if held in Treasury it boosts EPS as they are not part of the EPS calculation.

'According to Stocko they're cash rich - to the tune of £113m.'
They have that amount in cash but they also have debt. Net debt is 72.4m which is an increase of 65%. However that only represents 0.8x EBITDA and with Paypoint being so cash generative it is, as Stoopid says, not an issue.

carcosa
29/4/2024
12:36
"Undervalued" "Dividend yield is higher than the PE" lolA buyback will be good, IF they cancel the shares when doing so instead of sticking them in the treasury. The debt isn't an issue, it's less than a years profits and, as already stated, will be reduced accordingly. Hopefully see a re-rating soon.
stoopid
28/4/2024
17:51
Graham Neary reviews Paypoint at circa 39.40 minutes.
masurenguy
28/4/2024
17:05
According to Stocko they're cash rich - to the tune of £113m.
GLA

hawaly
27/4/2024
14:38
The last thing they need is buybacks.That's a bad idea in this case.

Their debt is too high at 75% of equity (44.5% p/y), and they will eventually run into trouble like so many other small companies before them if they let that soar at the rate it has done over the last 2 years. They need to start decreasing it.

bend1pa
26/4/2024
11:58
I know, share price never seems to hold and always drops on small volumes, like someone is just drip feeding the sell side....
stoopid
23/4/2024
09:08
Look's like the share price got vertigo
casholaa
22/4/2024
20:12
Buyback should help improve share price over the longer term
Something needs to, as the market isn't helping here enough

mr.oz
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