Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
The Gym Group Plc LSE:GYM London Ordinary Share GB00BZBX0P70 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.00 0.38% 267.00 5,137 08:01:01
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
250.50 260.00 267.00 267.00 267.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 123.88 9.97 5.40 49.4 369
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
08:05:50 O 21 258.10 GBX

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15/10/2019
09:20
The Gym Daily Update: The Gym Group Plc is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GYM. The last closing price for The Gym was 266p.
The Gym Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 245p and a 12 week average price of 228.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 334p while the 1 year low share price is currently 185p.
There are currently 138,051,542 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 377,043 shares. The market capitalisation of The Gym Group Plc is £367,217,101.72.
25/7/2019
09:03
quepassa: Well, that's interesting and ...just perhaps... part explains why the share price dived in January through March and was late to start recovering compared to many small-cap shares after the general market sell-off last December. It has only just come to my attention that JP Morgan Asset Management (UK) Ltd declared a disclosed short position earlier this year in Gym with a short position of 0.64% on 29th. March. They subsequently incrementally increased their short to near a full percent at 0.91% a month later on 30th. April. However, the positive news is that since then JPM appear to have been closing out the short just as quickly as they opened it! As at 22nd of this month, the short was already back down to 0.57%, lower than when they initially declared. Something gives me the impression that this short position has had a not insignificant impact on this somewhat thinly traded share. But what is for sure, is that the increase in the share price since April has burnt JPM on their recently increased position and eroded most, if not all, of their gains for the period prior to April when they were building the initial short position. JPM are closing out fast now as the share price goes against them further and rapidly. It would be my belief that JPM will continue to close out their short in Gym. This is potentially excellent news for a further rapid rise in the share price following Gym's superlative recent Trading Update. Do I think that Gym has the chance of swiftly re-gaining last year's 350-375p highs after such a strong Update....? Absolutely. Good Luck All. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
12/7/2019
08:17
turbocharge: Masurenguy, 26 Jun 2019: "Recent broker share price targets: 19 Jun Barclays Capital: 300.00 - Upgrades 06 Jun Peel Hunt: 350.00 - Reiterates 30 May Numis: 313.00 - Reiterates 01 May RBC Capital Markets: 320.00 - Outperform" These targets do seem pretty accurate. Here we come 300+....
20/5/2019
14:32
thomshrike: Share price continues indeed to be well supported and it has easily outperformed the market over the last few weeks. Broadly speaking we have seen the market rotating out of cyclical growth stocks and into secular growth stocks, a tailwind for GYM. Additionally GYM clearly did not rebound as much as it would be justified by its solid financial performance and continues to trade at a huge discount to peer Basic-Fit.
15/3/2019
11:43
quepassa: I guess that the formal 2018 full-year Preliminary Results would be pretty much finalised by now and ready for release on Tuesday 19th. March. Interesting to note such a strong share price in the few days just before release of the results all imo. dyor. qp
23/1/2019
11:19
pugugly: thom - Thanks - Interesting re Basic-Fit - Up 18% over 1 year but down 8% over last 6 months - Need to carry on with DD. but forward p/e still challenging based on recent analysts projections My calculations so no guarantee I have done them correctly PER GYM NUMIS Share price £2.060 eps p/e eps current 2017 £0.074 27.84 eps forecast 2018 £0.081 25.43 eps forecast 2019 £0.116 17.76 PER GYM RBC Share price £2.060 eps current 2017 £0.074 27.84 eps forecast 2018 £0.082 25.12 eps forecast 2019 £0.108 19.07 eps forecast 2020 £0.140 14.71 e&oe.
15/1/2019
13:30
thomshrike: -The added cost with paying PT’s VAT is a structural negative, but the present value of the related annuity should not be impact more than c. -7/8m GBP on GYM’s equity value. -The timing issues should impact the value of the company by max. 2m GBP. -So both of the negatives should have an impact of no more than 4% of market cap. -The pricing issue was quite explained in the conference call and the yield increase (+3.3% yoy, above market expectations) debunks the argument written in the recent BarCap note. -The share price declined c. 40% in a couple of months, when maybe -5% would be fair. The share price is back close to IPO levels, when now the company is c. 3x larger, with better profitability and plenty of room to grow. Extremely unfair and prone for a rebound IMO.
14/1/2019
09:41
thomshrike: What happened IMO: - in November, Pure Gym became a bit more promotional. Their past success with a similar initiative to GYM's LiveIt gave them slack to reinvest in price without hurting their yields. Usually January is promotional but November is not. - GYM followed suit in selected locations. Some of those prices have now returned to former levels, others haven't. - Some buy-side/sell-side analysts tracked this development. Hence the initial share price decline. Obviously the market correction also contributed. - BarCap finally wrote a note about it last week, asking whether this wouldn't be an indication of excess capacity in the industry and the stock tanked again. What was not mentioned: - The price of other GYM units increased in the same period. LiveIt is probably doing well. GYM has other levers to use: joining fee, etc. Hence, there is no guarantee that GYM's numbers will be downgraded. Even if you get a downgrade, this should be low single digit, whereas the stock already fell by c. 30%. - There is no evidence whatsoever of excess capacity in the industry and GYM continues to gain market share. Being larger means more economies of scale and better yields. The larger operators will continue to pull away from competition. As always, just my opinion. DYOR.
13/1/2019
12:13
dtaliadoros: Fact.... Maybe that's went share price dropped a bit. I had done same as you. Sold 75 %in December's.... Bought back Thursday. Am normally quite hesitant to buy before results but based my faith in this on how full I see my local gyms. That's a number analyst don't really see.
11/1/2019
14:42
thomshrike: This whole situation seems to have been triggered by some GYM promotional activity in November, which in turn is said to have been a reaction to Pure Gym's own promotional activity. Most of those discounts have already been reverted and conversely prices at other units have been increased. Overall mix should also benefit from Live It. Analysts are probably refraining from making any conviction buy calls before the company reports next week. Given the steep share price decline, I would expect the company to see next week's RNS as an opportunity to reiterate their solid and improving competitive position and to guide the market for little or no downgrades to 2019 estimates. A relief rally could follow. Again, just my opinion. DYOR.
11/1/2019
09:20
dtaliadoros: When I bought into this stock 2 years ago sub 1.80 All the brokers where saying gym share price was pricey. None of them saw how disruptive gym would be to fitness industry but I did. I would not have spotted this if I had not been a member and seen how hard they sweat their assets with gyms packed to the rafters. People love these gyms.
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