Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Photo-Me International 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
  +1.25p +0.74% 169.25p 168.50p 169.75p 174.00p 168.50p 174.00p 373,127 16:35:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 184.0 40.1 7.8 21.8 635.50

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Photo-Me Daily Update: Photo-Me International is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PHTM. The last closing price for Photo-Me was 168p.
Photo-Me International has a 4 week average price of 164p and a 12 week average price of 155.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 177.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 124.25p.
There are currently 375,478,778 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,356,357 shares. The market capitalisation of Photo-Me International is £635,497,831.77.
arc en ciel: Brilliant news from Ireland, fully endorsed by the Irish Govt spokesman. This new business must generate large and sustainable profits for years ahead, especially as Boots seems to be withdrawing from the market. And yet the share price gets marked down on the day! Perverse. Perhaps the thought of the initial investment in new machines and software is inhibiting some investors. But Photo-Me is well capitalised to meet substantial capital infrastructure costs in cash, let alone its ability in financing the new Irish business through debt finance.
2bluelynn: Wish the share price would go up
gleach23: Thanks for the info retsius but I disagree that it's understandable. Surely shareholders are expecting a Q3 trading update in line with all previous years. I know it's not mandatory but that January statement was only made in response to the share price movement and didn't really give any update on trading other than reaffirm the expectations as set out in the interims. I'd be very disappointed if PHTM joins other companies by just reporting every 6 months and making a statement at the AGM.
velod: Perhaps this is all you have to focus on to help you decide - . . . Photo-Me's UK photo booths only account for an estimated 5% of group profit! So a decline in income from this area of the business won't have a major impact! . . . Okay here's the full version from this week's Shares Magazine, out today: . . . Title: Photo-Me blinded by mobile threat to earnings . . . Sub header: Any-hit-to-profit-unlikely-to-be-as-bad-as-implied-by-share-price-collapse . . . One fifth of Photo-Me International’s (PHTM) market value was wiped off at the start of the week following news that the Home Office will accept photos taken on mobile phones for passports. . . . Investors assumed this would render Photo-Me’s UK fleet of photo booths as worthless. The company replied by saying it believed accepting photos from mobile phones for official documents was ‘incompatible with developing security requirements’. . . . Analyst Simon Davies of investment bank Canaccord Genuity remains a fan of Photo-Me, saying share price weakness is a buying opportunity. ‘The UK is trialling potential changes to passport applications, potentially allowing adults aged over 26 to use mobile photos to renew their passport, but only if the photos are of the requisite standard (set by ICAO and ISO), something which is very hard to achieve,’ he comments. . . . PHOTO-ME’s UK PHOTO BOOTHS ONLY ACCOUNT FOR AN ESTIMATED 5% OF GROUP PROFIT, SO A DECLINE IN INCOME FROM THIS AREA OF THE BUSINESS WOULDN’T HAVE A MAJOR IMPACT. . . . Davies notes Europe is shifting towards more sophisticated security photos including 3D imaging and iris scanning. Therefore he believes there is a chance the UK Passport Office could rethink its stance towards pictures from phones. . . . Ends.
shanksaj: The dividend yield for next year at 158p share price is 5.34% at 8.44p dividend. That dividend is announced as intended. On top of that is the real possibility of a special dividend.
orange1: What exactly is the story here? If you read Hansard: you will see that the service allowing adults over the age of 26 who have previously held a British passport to take their own photographs has been in place since April of last year. Maybe there is another reason why the share price is going down.
silverfern: Its only £7m from someone who has £100s- this will be for dividend income I am sure. As we have had instis selling into any share gain this is reassuring, given his position in the company, no more than that. I hold over 30k shares so the dividend is very useful but maybe this will spark some share price momentum upwards. I' m sure if we made the FTSE 250 earlier this year the price wouldn't be where it is.
el-tel: If you go to the PHTM website and look under laundry heading you will see illustrations of their washing booths. Disappointed to see the share price fell back over the day.
ggbarabajagal: biggles, whats a farthing between friends TOKYO -- Japanese corporations' government-issued identification numbers are now valid internationally, removing an expense associated with cross-border e-commerce. The 13-digit numbers, issued to every company by the National Tax Agency this past January, have been accredited by the United Nations and other international bodies for use outside Japan. Until now, Japanese companies have used nongovernment ID numbers for e-commerce. The identifiers are available for a fee from providers including Tokyo Shoko Research in the case of international transactions and have been tied to their own ID numbers. Counterparties have checked the numbers against each other. Photo ID could become global. That would be awesome for the PHTM share price which would go to 400p imho, i rember seeing these at 400p once
andygibb101: Investor chronicle tip update: PHOTO-ME (PHTM) What we said: Buy When: 4 August 2016 Price: 155p Share price change to date: +5% Photo booth owner and operator Photo-Me International (PHTM) has snapped up supermarket chain Asda’s photo division. The deal had been mooted earlier this year while Asda considered bids, but now a transaction between the two companies will go ahead on 31 October. The supermarket’s 191 photo centres and 172 self-service kiosks will now be run under a 10-year concession and its employees will transfer to Photo-Me. The total consideration to be paid is currently estimated at £5.35m and is capped at a maximum of £6m. Photo-Me’s overseas earnings look even more attractive in light of sterling’s recent fall and the company has been upgrading its photo booth estate. At 163p, with a forward dividend yield north of 5 per cent, the shares’ 20 times forward earnings tag remains attractive. BG Buy
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