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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
  5.00 0.83% 610.00 595.00 600.00 633.00 595.00 633.00 250,078 16:35:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 211.6 54.7 65.2 9.4 417

Paypoint Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/3/2020
20:38
Divi could be under pressure if revenue hit over coming months
mr.oz
15/3/2020
17:53
I had a Smart Meter installed, then my supplier failed and my new supplier cannot use the Smart Meter, so it may not be the threat that smoothtosmooth thinks!!
jadeticl3
15/3/2020
17:47
@ smooth - how much of their bottom line depends on prepay utilities? And in any event, there's a great deal of resistance to adopting smart meters: I'm bombarded regularly with emails which falsely tell me I've agreed according to T&Cs to having one installed. I've ignored them. I have to say that, agreeing with Gabster, it's a very sound company. Of course the share price could be +/- 10% from one day to the next.
jonwig
15/3/2020
17:35
No debt, 40%+ EBITDA margins, PE ratio of 10.. I'm piling in to this while it's at these ridiculously low levels!
gabsterx
15/3/2020
15:02
Not necessarily. They are transforming into a data company. They have relationships with tens of thousands of retailers and have put till systems in for them, retaining the ability to collate all the till data. Think what the manufacturers, suppliers and government agencies would pay to see who is buying what and where.
walrus1
15/3/2020
10:58
Paypoint is dying business model once everyone is using smart meters.
smoothtosmooth
13/3/2020
16:28
Presumably hammered due to people's impending lock downs Surprised me a bit
mr.oz
10/3/2020
09:49
Through the Paypoint terminals you can.
mercer95
06/3/2020
21:50
Paypoint don't do online payments anymore afaik.
kmreid
05/3/2020
09:20
Online payments wouldn’t be a bad place to be while the virus is taking its toll IMO companies similar to Paypoint have outperformed the FANG companies in America over the last year DYOR
mercer95
04/3/2020
10:51
Worth investing at this level?
mr.oz
07/2/2020
08:57
EX Div today... Paid 9th March
togglebrush
23/1/2020
14:45
I stand corrected,even better, cheers guman 👍
mercer95
23/1/2020
14:30
no ex div date 6/2, total divi 21p
guman
23/1/2020
12:31
Disappointing reaction to the TU but that virus in China not helping market sentiment IMO I’m not that worried, low volume here usually means some big swings, another divided on the horizon, 11.8p ,ex divi date 5 March 2020, should bounce back before then.
mercer95
23/1/2020
11:15
I agreed, it seems we really struggle everytime we gbear the 1100 mark. Glad to see some recovery on this. Longterm hold for me this one as surely it can only improve with age.
abbett1
23/1/2020
10:36
Looks to be a ridiculous response unless I just have not read the update carefully enough, or general expectations were far too high. Maybe by tomorrow common sense will prevail!
jadeticl3
23/1/2020
08:33
Nice update and price drop.. perfect combination for a buying opportunity!
gabsterx
23/1/2020
08:13
Doesn't look that was initially..
abbett1
23/1/2020
07:53
Looks like a good set of numbers, let’s see if the market agrees.
mercer95
23/1/2020
07:18
Q3 Highlights: -- Underlying2 group net revenue increased by GBP1.3 million (4.2%) to GBP32.7 million (GBP31.4 million). -- Service fee grew strongly by 32.8% to GBP3.5 million (GBP2.6 million) driven by the roll out of PayPoint One to 16,223 sites at 31 December 2019 (15,088 at 30 September 2019) and a 3.3% improvement in the average weekly service fee3. -- UK parcel volumes increased by 12.6% to 7.6 million, reflecting a solid performance over the peak period and the benefit of new parcel partnerships. -- UK bill payments net revenue increased by 2.2%, driven by strong growth in MultiPay and improvement in net revenue per transaction offsetting a 1.1% decline in transactions. -- Romania net revenue increased by 0.4%, increasing by 4.7% after adjusting for a one-off payment of marketing support received in the prior year, due to increased transactions and price increases. Good control of costs also drove improved margins.
togglebrush
17/1/2020
17:06
Good week here, up 50p, let’s see what next week brings, good weekend to all.
mercer95
16/1/2020
08:01
Yes, so far they're in GB and Romania but I don't see why they couldn't replicate the model in other countries. The only information I was able to find regarding this was from 2009 when they mentioned they were planning overseas expansion but it seems nothing even happened. hTTps://www.ft.com/content/e52253bc-d505-11de-8ec4-00144feabdc0
gabsterx
13/1/2020
10:30
Indeed ..I was thinking this. Infact GB isnt Eastern Europe so in fact any country.
washbear
13/1/2020
09:42
Why hasn't Paypoint expander geographically to more countries across Eastern Europe where casg is still prevalent? Would seem like it is a very scalable business model with a very high ROCE that should benefit from the expansion.
gabsterx
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