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
  0.10 0.10% 96.40 174,946 16:35:22
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
96.00 96.30 97.70 92.00 93.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 228.12 42.59 8.27 11.7 364
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:42:13 O 6,300 96.05 GBX

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19/7/201915:46Photo-me: New Kodak contracts and ID cards...8,351
23/1/201711:26*** Photo-Me ***25
13/9/200610:57well well 129 now 8868
26/4/200517:55look at todays trades4

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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 96.30p.
Photo-me International Plc has a 4 week average price of 88p and a 12 week average price of 88p.
The 1 year high share price is 132p while the 1 year low share price is currently 75p.
There are currently 378,011,637 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 890,813 shares. The market capitalisation of Photo-me International Plc is £364,403,218.07.
rcturner2: Share price got beaten down very low for this company given the profits they make.
muffster: Morning.... Are we expecting further profit warnings as noted recently. Wonder why share price so buoyant, any ideas?
retsius: End of year selling seems to have run its course. Investors now have a juicy yield to look forward to plus an accelerating share price. Wonder if the stock was shorted heavily, an added bonus now the price is rising.
cheshire man: Good to see a share price go up on results these days,,,,,,happy to hold on this TU :-)
snadgey: Still fairly confident. Last year Asia (not just Japan) represented £5.4m profit out of £46.1m. If the drop in share price is solely down to this then does seem an overreaction. We'll see with the AGM statement.... All the best
unnavailable: That makes no sense. How can it be irrelevant?. Irrelevant to what?.I watched the share price drop and start to bounce back. NY has been buying since the drop, caught the bounce and has been rewarded.I say well played for having the nerve to keep buying while others including myself waited on the sidelines.What is your issue?. Be clearer.
unnavailable: We have been able to use photos from our devices since 2015-16. This news is what caused the drop in share price in feb 16. Its not new.2018: 'Our identification business continues to perform well'. It's cash generative, Excellent returns on capital over 10yrs,Strong balance sheet, Growing revenues, Pays a dividend,Ceo has huge holding.Obviously there's still risks And thats why we are where we are but It's these type of businesses that do recover.
jozo: I was intrigued to see that Norges Bank recently increased their stake.Last time this happened to me it was a precursor to buy out.Norge loaned the stock out to a range of short sellers (who's sole purpose was to keep the share price low - on behalf of a private equity takeover - yes very dodgy indeed but regulators did nothing)The price was kept artificially low and takeover was announced at premium to share price based on an average share price over the previous 6 months.Shareholders shafted, directors in promise from private equity team, and a certain return to market at huge profit within 4-8 years with private shareholders missing out on all the growth.We shall see, but this price is too low. Yes div increase on hold going forward for now but at least it is being maintained. Joe
aishah: SCVR report concludes with: "My opinion - I'm sure some readers know the company better than I do, so are better placed to judge it. My main concern with this company is how much longer photo booths are likely to survive? It seems to me virtually inevitable that selfies on smart phones, with a direct download to the relevant authority, would sooner or later make photo booths redundant. PHTM is trying to expand into other areas (e.g. laundry machines). For me though, if the core photo booth business is probably in structural decline, then I wouldn't want to invest unless the share price was crazily cheap - so a PER of 5 or less. It's not for me. This could be a value trap in the long term, I suspect." Https://
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
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