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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
  -1.80 -2.34% 75.00 75.20 75.50 76.80 75.50 76.80 44,074 16:35:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 310.2 0.5 0.0 - 284

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18/7/2019
13:27
I think exciting future with all the plans in he pipeline. Photo booths will end up as a minority of the business evetnually
prokartace
18/7/2019
13:20
Can anyone confirm the average annual revenue generated per revolution laundry machine?. They have flagged this up previously but I can't see it on a quick read through. Fwiw would expect a significant further reduction in their UK ID estate, as mentioned previously mobile photo apps have disrupted this market, surprised at the very small number of machines removed. B2B laundry, why on earth they entered this market is beyond me, did reference that at the time. Net cash being burnt through. Overall still an interesting company, the UK may be a multi year headwind with falling demand for ID. Might be underestimated. B2C Laundry the interesting longer term business.
essentialinvestor
18/7/2019
13:17
All good for me, nice yield, a steady plodder, morecabout post brexit before higher moves to 150p. Will check back in later in Q4 GLA all long term holders.
ny boy
18/7/2019
11:53
Finncap 150p target
knowing
18/7/2019
11:25
You're right - bout time I invested in a new calculator ! :o)
masurenguy
18/7/2019
10:31
I think it's 9.4% at 90p. Dividend is 8.44p.
wjccghcc
18/7/2019
10:14
Yield is 7.6% at the current Offer price.
masurenguy
18/7/2019
10:00
Although not a great year, operational cash flow remains strong. That said, we are still investing large amounts in updating, developing and diversifying the business. The dividend has been maintained although, as has been mentioned elsewhere, it is no longer covered by earnings. The comments on outlook look neutral to me but maintaining the dividend must say something about outlook. The laundry business is growing but it is perhaps too early to make a judgement on the new acquisition. Not expecting fireworks here but the dividend should provide a prop to the share price unless the outlook deteriorates from here.
ygor705
18/7/2019
07:21
Revenue flat, PBT down 23%, eps down 22% but dividend maintained. Current PER of circa 11 and a net cash position of £16m (down 39%). Serge Crasnianski, CEO, said: "In 2019, our operations outside of the UK performed well and in line with our expectations. We delivered revenue and profit growth in Continental Europe, and our Japanese business returned to profitability as planned. In the UK, our operations were adversely impacted by macro headwinds and uncertainty. Expansion of our Laundry services business remains a key driver of growth, with total Laundry revenue up 19.0% and revenue from Revolution machines up 30.2% year-on-year. Looking ahead, we will continue to drive profitability through our existing estate and new product innovation. Our entry into the fresh fruit and vegetable equipment market through the acquisition of Sempa provides us with the platform to further diversify our product offer. We remain confident for the future." Interesting to see how much of this is already baked into the shareprice, which has already declined by circa 20% over the past 12 months.
masurenguy
18/7/2019
07:13
Dividend not longer covered. Net cash but down from £26.7m to £16.3m
capercaillie
17/7/2019
07:57
Results 18/7
nw99
17/7/2019
07:57
Positive that the delay has been a short one. Suggests no surprises in store.
techno20
17/7/2019
07:50
Just wish they had engaged a better auditor than Grant Thornton
jsforum
15/7/2019
15:08
Quite agree gateway, on both issues.
masurenguy
15/7/2019
14:57
Delayed financial results I think are going to be increasingly more common this year given the Financial Reporting Council 2019 Audit Quality Inspections report out recently...but not worried for PHTM...but the markets do not like uncertainty or delay
gateway
15/7/2019
14:32
No impact here thanks for that
nw99
15/7/2019
13:28
"Shares in Mike Ashley's Sport Direct have fallen sharply after it delayed its results, citing uncertainty about trading its House of Fraser chain. The company, whose results were due on Thursday, added the delay was also due to its auditor, Grant Thornton, facing increased scrutiny of its work for Sports Direct." www.bbc.co.uk
snadgey
12/7/2019
15:51
Never rises at the same speed
knowing
12/7/2019
13:56
??????? The Board believes the accounts to be substantially complete. Furthermore, to date, the auditor has not raised any material issues in relation to Photo-Me's accounts. The Board is therefore confident that the Group will report audited results for 2019 in line with current market expectations and the guidance provided in the announcement of 3 April 2019. Anyway just tucked away so PHD as that seems to also be recovering
knowing
12/7/2019
13:49
The auditor story implies one of 2 things: (i) no issues with the accounts (the incoming auditors simply want more time to make sure they get it right - especially in the wake of recent bad press, see Patisserie etc), in which case PHTM is probably moderately to significantly undervalued; (ii) issues with the accounts, in which case there could be severe downside risk. Only time will tell. The way I played it was to get out, while being fully aware that I might be missing out on some decent profits.
inomario
12/7/2019
12:33
It was doing pretty nicely until the auditor story. Since then, PHTM has said that the figures are good, as far as they can tell, and that Grant Thornton haven't brought up any issues. Back up we go, I guess.
stun12
12/7/2019
10:37
Maybe someone has wind of the results
knowing
12/7/2019
10:36
Odd movement! Imho
targatarga
11/7/2019
18:30
Photo-Me International saw its shares slip after the photo booth operator said it will delay the release of its results for the 2019 financial year, as more time is needed to complete its audit. The company said the delay in the publication of its results for the year to April 30 will give its new auditor Grant Thornton time to complete its work. Grant Thornton was hired as its new auditor, replacing KPMG, in 2018 and it said it needed more time to complete the audit with "enhanced internal regulatory scrutiny". Photo-Me said it believes its accounts for the year to be substantially complete and said its new auditors have not raised any material issues regarding the accounts.
knowing
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