Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Photo-me International Plc LSE:PHTM London Ordinary Share GB0008481250 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.40 1.59% 89.40 88.20 88.90 91.80 88.10 88.60 157,678 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 228.1 42.6 8.3 10.8 338

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10/7/2018
16:43
P/E of just 10 Equity ratio is great Balance sheet strengthened Hope it drops to 100p again so I can buy more
justiceforthemany
10/7/2018
09:22
I was intrigued to see that Norges Bank recently increased their stake.Last time this happened to me it was a precursor to buy out.Norge loaned the stock out to a range of short sellers (who's sole purpose was to keep the share price low - on behalf of a private equity takeover - yes very dodgy indeed but regulators did nothing)The price was kept artificially low and takeover was announced at premium to share price based on an average share price over the previous 6 months.Shareholders shafted, directors in promise from private equity team, and a certain return to market at huge profit within 4-8 years with private shareholders missing out on all the growth.We shall see, but this price is too low. Yes div increase on hold going forward for now but at least it is being maintained. Joe
jozo
10/7/2018
09:04
Looking at this morning's numbers, M&A activity looks a distinct possibility if the share price remains at this kind of level.
ygor705
10/7/2018
08:55
I don't see any kind of meaningful recovery here in the short term. £1 - £1.20 will be the range imho.
eastbourne1982
10/7/2018
08:51
Agree Opodio. But numpty is saying there’s a 20% hike in annual dividend to chase
john09
10/7/2018
08:47
i can do quite a lot with this fat dividend as it is
opodio
10/7/2018
08:39
Except the dividend is not growing 20% going forwards . There’s zero dividend growth. Read the statement. The proposed dividend is also perilously close to eps btw
john09
10/7/2018
08:37
Income funds will chase 20% hike in the annual dividend to 8.44p.
nw99
10/7/2018
08:08
I doubt any that have been short will find any good reason to stay short, melt up coming. Any predators eyeing these up May decide to move earlier than expected. Autumn bid possible imho dyor as usual
ny boy
10/7/2018
08:00
Very oversold have bought in earlier
nw99
10/7/2018
07:35
The other strong side to the results is that profits for 2019 will not be lower than £44m. Taking into account the Japanese restricting 2020 will be a distance ahead. Other positives increased manufacturing of Laundry units. Another 1600+ to be made over the 19/20 financial years. Revenues therefore should be at least 50% higher than where they are end 18, by end 20. Revolution is starting to gain traction with revenues after capex increasing from £4m to £7m. This figure should increase substantially as units mature. The amount of investment has increased and I think will increase further, especially into Laundry, where production has been moved to Poland to increase production. This is a massive market. Where might this be in 5-10 years? A highly fragmented market, if they do this right, will eclipse the photo estate.
jch18
10/7/2018
07:34
as you can see Eastbourne the results were considered to be good !
solarno lopez
10/7/2018
07:34
Wait till about 11:00 when institutions have had their morning meetings and pore over the results PE 10 near 8% yield way too cheap IMHO
slogsweep
10/7/2018
07:17
Pretty solid results to me, something not right, with the sp,way too cheap imho, will no doubt be rerated soon, expecting 130/150p soon, nice divi for long term investors, reasons to be cheerful
ny boy
10/7/2018
07:03
L2 looking like a strong buy ..
tradingsun1
10/7/2018
07:01
exactly Josh
solarno lopez
10/7/2018
06:58
Miles better than expected.
joshondale
10/7/2018
06:55
Healthy dividend, as per the 20% promise...
7ran5ac710n
10/7/2018
06:54
gleach23 - thanks. Yes, the growth in the laundry is good news, and the business is highly cash generative seeing as punters have to drop cash into a PHTM machine to get a service ..... I'll be interested to see how the tapering off of photo booth income might be offset by increases in laundry provisions over the medium term. The dividend ought to reassure skittish investors!
tradingsun1
10/7/2018
06:41
trading sun - the drop in net cash is mainly due to the investment in the high margin, high growth laundry business which is fine by me. in the last 2 years - - cash generated from operations £103m - used in investment activities £82m - used to pay dividends £57m
gleach23
10/7/2018
06:39
but they are good following the market update
solarno lopez
10/7/2018
06:35
solarno, why are the results good ?? They are in line with the last statement however they are not impressive.
eastbourne1982
10/7/2018
06:35
At first glance, very happy to remain a holder on those results - - cash generation remains high - revenue from high margin laundry operations grew by 69% yoy and set to continue (up to 16% of total revenue from 10%) - current div yield almost 8% with stated intention to maintain 2018 dividend into 2019
gleach23
10/7/2018
06:31
Results seems fine considering their very sobering last statement. Only slight concern for me is the drop in net cash from £39m to £26m. There was a time it was over +£60m only a couple of years ago. Sell off might have been overdone? We will find out in 30 minutes!
tradingsun1
10/7/2018
06:27
good results
solarno lopez
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