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
  1.60 1.84% 88.40 88.40 88.60 91.00 87.20 88.70 139,824 09:43:52
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 228.1 42.6 8.3 10.7 334

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12/4/2019
15:06
The last notified change of holdings was reported on 30th Nov 2018 when Schroder's actually increased their holding. Checked via Morningstar Major Shareholders Stake % FIL Ltd 9.92 Mr. Serge Crasnianski. 22.40 Tibergest Investments BV 22.40 Dan David Foundation 12.00 Schroder PLC 11.89 Total 78.60
snadgey
12/4/2019
14:35
Snadgey Interesting. Where is that information available and does it say who they are.
jackdaw4243
12/4/2019
14:23
Do you mean since the trading update snadgey?
gleach23
12/4/2019
10:29
Interesting that (so far) none of the 5 main shareholders who between them own 78% of the company have reduced their substantial holdings.
snadgey
12/4/2019
08:41
jftm, I can't see a rival being interested, but any business without debt which throws off decent amounts of cash is a potential target for private equity. I have no idea if they are actually looking at PHTM, but the recent falls would certainly make it look cheap.
stun12
12/4/2019
08:24
Another chunky 250K shares bought this morning. Any chance such a company could be taken over? Who would be the suitors??
justiceforthemany
12/4/2019
07:12
Thanks Hatfullofsky
ch1ck
11/4/2019
15:26
https://shorttracker.co.uk No declared short position in PHTM
hatfullofsky
11/4/2019
15:26
They would be buys
hatfullofsky
11/4/2019
15:05
QuestionDo closing short positions show up as Sells.Where can I see the percentage of shorts in a stockThanks in advance for any help
ch1ck
11/4/2019
13:41
Back in today, the the share price seem to be bottoming out (famous last words) MCAP £300M expected PBT £39M (including £3M loss from Max Sight) Good cash balance and Op Cash I also like this part from the interims : New services have been introduced to a small number of photobooths in the UK & Republic of Ireland and France, enabling customers to scan and copy documents. We are monitoring customer response and, if successful, further photobooths will be enabled with these services during the second half.
hatfullofsky
11/4/2019
11:42
Those were most likely buys.
justiceforthemany
11/4/2019
11:33
Overhang cleared
deanowls
11/4/2019
11:28
Two sales for 2.4m shares and the price goes up????
retsius
11/4/2019
11:13
Must be a blip!
targatarga
08/4/2019
07:33
newtothis, I know it's behind a paywall so you can't publish it in full here, but could you give us a general summary of the PHTM coverage please? Thank you.
stun12
05/4/2019
20:06
This week I’ve delved a bit more into smaller companies with analysis of Photo-Me (#PHTM), Topps Tiles (#TPT), Belvoir Lettings (#BLV) and Hostelworld Group (#HSW). The biggest company looked at is easyJet (#EZJ).https://twitter.com/smallcappick/status/1114257791827496961
newtothisgame3
05/4/2019
14:30
xxx, Indeed, I have found Glassdoor to be quite enlightening when researching companies. With bad companies, the rot typically starts at the top.
kmreid
05/4/2019
03:57
Agreed re: B2B...acquiring businesses dealing in an unfamiliar area, catering equipment at prices the previous owners were willing to accept seemed like a vanity project at the time. If you read the glassdoor feedback it should not be a surprise however.
xxx
04/4/2019
10:00
Indeed stun we are back to pre-statement price if you include 3.71p div
prokartace
04/4/2019
09:32
It's done well to make back most of its XD move today. Life in the old girl yet...
stun12
03/4/2019
22:23
I've questioned the B2B laundry operation previously. As mentioned this is an unnecessary complication to the business. The focus on laundry should be the consumer end market, solely.
essentialinvestor
03/4/2019
21:27
Pleased to say that Hudson Sandler were prompt in their reply to my query about the B2B machines issue. They say - "Photo-Me’s UK B2B business refers to B2B distribution and leasing of laundry and catering equipment to institutions such as hospitals, care homes and universities, through Fowler UK, Inox Equip and Tersus Limited" Like you snadgey, I'm surprised by its impact and I imagine there might be some repercussion for next FY guidance. As SpectoAcc points out, they have already gone from a H2 recovery to order levels not recovering by the end of H2 due to uncertainties which may well continue into next year.
gleach23
03/4/2019
15:43
Ironically it's the laundry which is letting the side down here. As others have mentioned the ID side is still holding its own, though only growing at the same rate new booths are deployed. In the short term I see a battle between capex and dividends and the former may well win. I'm not too worried by this as the company can make more money by deploying laundry units than loosing cash to shareholders. The B2B order lag highlights the lumpy nature of this aspect of the business - I am surprised by the impact this has had though! The company still iterate the growth they expect from laundry in the medium term. I'm with others - the outlook statement will be key here.... All the best
snadgey
03/4/2019
13:59
Basically like rental, with each user renting the equipment. Thus once machine paid for each use is rental and very high margin.
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