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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
  -0.80 -1.03% 76.90 77.30 78.50 78.50 78.20 78.30 142,517 16:35:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 310.2 0.5 0.0 - 291

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30/1/2020
20:49
pixelrobox So in the 6 months to 30 Sept 2019 the cash arising from borrowing reduces from £17053k in the RNS to £735k meaning the cashflow statement now adds up correctly (cash generated from operations less cash used in financing and investing equals net increase in cash). Many thanks for sorting.
valhamos
30/1/2020
17:49
5th Line from bottom amended.... Profit before tax 28,343 28,343 Finance cost 714 714 Finance revenue -66 -66 Operating profit 28,991 28,991 Share of post-tax profit from associates -53 -53 Amortisation of intangible assets 1,592 1,592 Depreciation of property, plant and equipment 15,653 15,653 Profit on sale of property, plant and equipment -99 -99 Exchange differences -850 -850 Other items -59 -59 Inventories -733 -733 Trade and other receivables -1,376 -1,376 Trade and other payables -1,744 -1,744 Provisions -249 -249 Cash generated from operations 41,073 41,073 lnterest paid -333 -333 Taxation paid -2,719 -2,719 Net cash generated from operating activities 38,021 38,021 Acquisition of subsidiaries net of cash acquired -753 -753 lnvestment in intangible assets -883 -883 Proceeds from sale of intangible assets 43 43 Purchase of property, plant and equipment -15,658 -15,658 Proceeds from sale of property, plant and equipment 602 602 lnterest received 8 8 Dividends received from associates 53 53 Net cash generated from investing activities -16,588 -16,588 Repayment of borrowings -7,886 -7,886 Repayment of capital element of finance leases -90 -90 lncrease in borrowings 17,053 735 Dividends paid to owners of the Parent -14,015 -14,015 Net cash utilised in financing activities -4,938 -21,256 Net increase in cash and cash equivalents 177 177 Cash and cash equivalents at beginning of year 84,591 84,591 Exchange loss on cash and cash equivalents 26 26 Cash and cash equivalents at end of year 84,794 84,794
pixelrobox
30/1/2020
17:43
CFO reply and updated cash flow statement I am trying to find a way to post the cash flow statement, did a screenshot, but in brief, all figures EXACTLY the same apart from last year FY -£16m debt, and this year +£16m debt, overall net cash was, and is, correct... 'Hi Michael, I haven’t received any answer from you; I wanted a quick chat with you regarding the explanation on the cash flow condensed report. Anyway, you will find attached the figure as it should be. Regarding the interim report, I don’t really think we have to disclose a new interim report, as it is very late now, it is an interim report, and the amendment won’t really bring something significant to the investors at this stage. I am happy to speak with you if needed. I would be a pleasure. Kind regards, St├ęphane Gibon Group CFO' I replied, thanking him for info. Said that i thought it would be prudent to RNS. Asked him if other directors were aware. I do not know why he did not receive a reply from me, as I have a record of my sent emails. I will put it down to translation issues. 'Cher Stephane Merci pour le nouvelle rapport flux tresorerie, ca nous reassure de le voir de ce format, sans ambiguetes. -J'ai compis que vous etes sur que ils n'auront pas de responsabilites, ni d'impactes negatifs, poutant il me semble que une RNS serait prudent, bien que Je ne suis pas qualifie pour dire en toute confiance. -Vos collegues generaux sont ils conscient de l'erreur? Je m'excuse pour le syntaxe et orthographie. Cordialement.'
pixelrobox
28/1/2020
11:10
Dear All No second reply yet from CFO. For advice I contacted a UK based investor whom I follow. He also thought that restated numbers RNS would be normal, he suggested I should wait for full clarification. I hold and will post update when/if news received.
pixelrobox
27/1/2020
15:36
Net cash 25m , eps 8.9. 9.3 next year. Looks good
nw99
27/1/2020
00:44
Pixel, well spotted, I could not work the figures out myself, when I was looking at the progression at the interims and just thought I'm getting too fuzzy headed. Surely this is effectively a restatement and needs to be RNS'd with a full explanation.
xxx
26/1/2020
15:45
Thanks for reply, pixelrobox and I await further info. with interest.
keyno
26/1/2020
14:49
Kenyo This is my uneducated opinion only. They overstated debt AND cash in the FY19 cash flow results, by the same amount. Net net = zero difference (but it does mess with this years numbers) Net cash is correct. gross cash vs gross debt I am not sure Let us wait until we get another reply. Error is one of timing, no fraud. Poor accounting and auditing.
pixelrobox
26/1/2020
11:39
pixelrobox: I am an accounting ignoramus so could you sum up in simple English what the accounting error means? My understanding is: Borrowing less = good. Overstated cash = bad. Is that the sum of it? If the cash never existed surely the true effect = nil. Many thanks. PS Please make your reply as simple as poss!!!!
keyno
26/1/2020
11:24
As I understand it, the error initially occurred in the fy19 results, borrowing was overstated by £16m which lead to gross cash also being overstated (the £84m fy19). This meant that even though all the new inputs for current interims were correct, they would not add up, given that we use past gross cash as part of the calculation. This is my thought only!! I have written again for clarification as the email I received was in imperfect english. Will update when received.
pixelrobox
26/1/2020
10:51
Hello All I received a reply from the CFO. I am a little shocked. The wording is not completely clear but meaning is. 'Hello Michael, Happy new year to you too. Thank you very much for your email and comments on the Statement of Cash Flow. We made an acquisition transaction at the end of April 2019 which straddled over into May of the current reporting period. Consequently, the cash flow was impacted by 16 318 too much on the “increase in borrowings” line (Net Cash Utilised in Financing Activities) which we realised, albeit late. This has been adjusted and should now present right in the annual and subsequent reports. All other lines remain the same. We apologies for the confusion and thank you again for the review. Kind Regards St├ęphane Gibon Group CFO Group CIO'
pixelrobox
24/1/2020
13:53
Seller still pulling the strings.
eeza
22/1/2020
17:01
taken a position here today, decent divy, growing laundry (defensive in recession) net cash and like the tech / research element of the company - only takes one good idea and execution to further diversify revenue streams away from photo booths. gla
brianbrain
21/1/2020
15:46
Doesn't seem to be very liquid today. Market orders unfilled to buy 13k shares so I've had to put in a limit above what appears to be the asking price. AJ Bell, so not a complete bunch of amateurs doing it... Maybe I'll get filled at the closing cross. EDIT: Filled now (8+5k)
stun12
21/1/2020
14:59
I think I'm right in saying main man bought a big chunk here recently - Director Deals
jeanius
21/1/2020
14:37
we need to update the header from the kodak photobooth thing, any idea how that is done?
pixelrobox
21/1/2020
14:36
Once/if expansion (as oppose to maintenance) capex comes down (largely on laundry)the cash flow picture should settle down. Atm, to new eyes, capex seems unsustainable despite pretty string cashflow. Pretty happy with the fruit juice acquisition, not that I know anything about the biz, just seems to fit well with their field engineer asset.
pixelrobox
21/1/2020
13:24
Cracking nearly 10% divi here trying to muster some funds from others to get a foot in the door. Results I thought were good so not really a gamble
linton5
20/1/2020
19:20
Typical me bought in a few weeks ago at mid 90s
morgoth1
20/1/2020
19:14
It's not surprising if you look at the chart. It is wedded to the 90p line.
eeza
20/1/2020
18:16
P/E of 8 with a yield approaching 10% and Net Cash on the books. Looks good value and a surprising retrace from 100p.
justiceforthemany
20/1/2020
08:59
Imho the earnings growth will come from launderettes and fruit juice both big markets with repeat sells going forward. The photo booths are the cash cow for the time being.
morgoth1
20/1/2020
06:12
All British passports issued from early 2020 will be blue and will no longer include the words 'European Union' on them, which should provide scope to beat forecast eps of 8.9p for the year to end April and 9.3p next year.
nw99
16/1/2020
11:49
Keep buying
nw99
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