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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.30 -0.66% 45.50 451,925 16:35:04
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
45.00 45.50 47.95 41.65 45.35
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 215.39 4.14 0.31 146.8 172
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:02:42 O 1,224 46.071 GBX

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2021-01-22 17:02:5446.071,224563.91O
2021-01-22 16:35:0545.503,7191,692.15UT
2021-01-22 16:29:5645.05378170.29AT
2021-01-22 16:29:0045.55378172.18AT
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23/1/2021
08:20
Photo-me Daily Update: Photo-me International Plc is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PHTM. The last closing price for Photo-me was 45.80p.
Photo-me International Plc has a 4 week average price of 41.65p and a 12 week average price of 41.65p.
The 1 year high share price is 93.70p while the 1 year low share price is currently 32.50p.
There are currently 378,011,637 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 161,172 shares. The market capitalisation of Photo-me International Plc is £171,995,294.84.
30/12/2020
16:37
boonkoh: Interesting chairman has stopped buying. Even after trading update.Either he now thinks current price is too high. Or he is negotiating with third parties for a potential management buyout, in which case he's prevented from dealing.
07/12/2020
14:14
aringadingding: I must confess after a positive rant a while ago that I have sold out of this. The photobooths may be sold off, they may be re-purposed or used for more high tech applications, it remains to be seen so for me that is a risk. Then there is the sempa acquisition... I mean hypothetically it is possible that every hotel and supermarket in the UK buys a pineapple juicing, orange juicing machine, from PHTM and they do the servicing also, but, I prefer to buy into established businesses with growth opportunities, and do that at good valuations so this seems to be missing the established element for me now.
07/12/2020
09:41
knowing: I was thinking, and yes it hurt, PHTM were involved in discussions regarding national ID cards some time back. Would they have an appetite for Vaccination Passports?
06/12/2020
10:06
masurenguy: There are 6 institutional shareholders who hold just under 53% of the shares. Schroder: 13.1% FIL: 10.7% Dan David Foundation: 8.6% HSBC: 8.5% Montefiori: 7.0% Miton: 4.9% They are hardly going to sit back and let Serge take it private at a low ball price. Furthermore, why would Serge want to do that at 78 years of age.
06/12/2020
09:44
bouleversee: My guess is that he will take it private while price is low.
05/12/2020
21:30
thorpematt: The way I see it the chart is speaking:- free stock charts from uk.advfn.com I have drawn in SMA for30, 90 and 180 days. The price is above all 3. The previous significant resistance was circa 57p. The price is now above this. The next resistance level is circa 80p Lowest likely support is circa 49p So I think from where we are now, 38% up, 15% down I'd take that as a good binary bet.
12/10/2020
15:50
bouleversee: Have you noticed that Serge C. and buddies in their private company are still buying up large numbers of shares when the price is down and now hold 26.48% of the company so not too far to go before they have to make an offer. Doesn't seem to do anything for the share price however. Something tells me that we lesser mortals are going to get squeezed out for peanuts.
19/8/2020
18:48
essentialinvestor: Normally you might say that share purchases on this scale may indicate potential value. Thing is you could have drawn a similar conclusion when Serge bought huge amounts at almost 3 X the current share price Worth watching.
18/7/2020
10:29
tryone2: Makes me wonder what exactly is going on and the figures given need explaining in more detail how can a company with good share price s and a bucketloads of cash, cancel dividend, and within 3 months,go from a share price of well over 100p to a disgraceful 46p time to look a bit deeper, the cash burn seem wrong don’t forget the government money 💰
11/12/2019
07:31
rcturner2: Paul Scott's view on Stockopedia: Photo-Me International (LON:PHTM) Share price: 90p (up 4% today, at 16:19) No. shares: 378.0m Market cap: £340.2m Interim results Photo-Me International plc (PHTM.L), the instant-service equipment group, announces its results for the six months ended 31 October 2019. We're presented with a long table of options in terms of profit. Note how IFRS 16 has complicated matters, by distorting EBITDA. So both measures are given, before and after its impact. Although IFRS 16 has had little impact on profit. I'm happy to focus on the adjusted EPS of 6.0p, up a useful 9.1% on H1 LY. Adjustments are so minor, they're not worth detailing here. H1 is the seasonally stronger half, so we cannot just double that to arrive at a full year figure, because that would be overly optimistic. Dividends are what this stock is all about. The 3.7p interim payout is held. The full year yield is 9.8% - remarkable! Outlook - note the focus on its launderette machines, which seems to be growing well; The Group remains focused on its strategy to further diversify its product offering both organically through innovation, and through smaller bolt-on acquisitions. Expansion of Laundry, particularly in new markets such as Germany, Austria and Switzerland, remains a key priority, including increasing the Group's presence in the B2B and the laundrette markets, which continue to represent a material opportunity for the Group. Looking ahead, this business area will continue to account for an increasing proportion of the Group's total revenue in the medium term. KIS Food is an important component of the Group's future growth strategy and we will continue to progress with the development and rollout of the offer in this business area. Our initial focus will remain within French supermarkets, whilst the Group looks to expand into other Pan-European geographies in the future. Whilst consumer uncertainty continues to weigh on our business in the UK, we remain confident that the Group will continue to perform well during the coming period, and in line with market expectations, in the current financial year. Valuation - the forecast for this year FY 04/2020 is 9.77p adj EPS - for a PER of 9.2 - great value for such a cash generative business. Balance sheet - looks fine to me. As noted last year at this time, it perplexes me as to why PHTM has a large cash balance of £84.8m, and bank debt of £60.2m. This seems inefficient, in terms of interest cost. Maybe there are seasonal peaks & troughs which see the cash figure drop a lot lower than on the balance sheet dates? 5defcc58c177dPHTM_net_cash.PNG My opinion - these are good figures, and full year performance is confirmed to be in line. Why is this share so cheap? In a low interest rate environment, a PER of below 10 seems a bargain. The problem, I imagine, is that the market sees risk that the traditional photo-booths might become obsolete. E.g. in the UK, the public can now take their own smartphone photos for passports, instead of using a photo-booth. Or, there could be upside if Govts require psychometric details, which could possibly be designed into PHTM's booths in future? Who knows. If you get the correct answer to this quandary, then you would be likely to either do well on this share, or avoid a dud. I don't know which it will be unfortunately, as predicting the future is difficult to do. I'm leaning towards seeing this share as a bargain, as it has various strings to its bow, not just passport photos. Stockopedia agrees, with "Super Stock" classification, and a lovely StockRank;
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