Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Time Out Group Plc LSE:TMO London Ordinary Share GB00BYYV0629 ORD GBP0.001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.50 2.86% 54.00 408,240 12:32:53
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
52.00 56.00 55.50 52.50 52.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 77.14 -20.48 179
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:07:06 O 202,500 54.00 GBX

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Time Out Daily Update: Time Out Group Plc is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TMO. The last closing price for Time Out was 52.50p.
Time Out Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 50.50p and a 12 week average price of 50.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 62.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 32.50p.
There are currently 331,943,750 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 35,694 shares. The market capitalisation of Time Out Group Plc is £179,249,625.
hey50: Added this to my portfolio today through primary bid. So happy with my .35 entry price. Looking forward to this opening up when the world awakens
sphere25: It looks like it is breaking out with the price up 20% at 50p so well done to all those who have taken the added risk (unsure on the placing risk) here. Hopefully there is a profitable opportunity for you all to lob into. Bottled it here and also had my hit of speculative higher risk shares elsewhere with other recent buys. Have to sit down if I had another go here. All imo DYOR
sphere25: Noted this one moving yesterday but still unsure here as it hasn't had the volume clearout that usually precedes a sustainable move higher when a share price chart looks like this. I went for PTRO instead (which is having the preferred volume clearout) but clearly the price is moving here. Is this a blunder and missed high risk opportunity or are those sellers who have been at work here for a while still lurking in the background? All imo DYOR
ascov: I've owned this share ever since i walked in to The Time Out Market in Lisbon 3 years ago. This is a great concept and they are expanding in to Porto and the Middle East. I'd be surprised if they don't need to raise some money at some point. But long term, if social distancing goes , the future will be very rosy indeed.
tarlok: Agree shpere25 , buys look good but MM not moving price ,1x MM has a lot to quote online right up to 100000 for 36p !!...mkt size only limits of to buy.
stephencoster: A quiet board but not quiet at Time Out.2 markets opened in May on Miami and NY. Reviews seem overall positive and photos show both appearing very busy indicating the concept / demand has ported over from Lisbon.3 more planned to open in 2019 ... Very low volume share but long term I believe has significant upside.
vilage_idoit: Gone short here. What an absolute crock this is. Directors' salaries totaled almost £2m last year and despite one director less this year it's still nearly £2m. Julio Bruno gives himself a £300k salary and a £297k bonus - up £24k from last year despite having achieved very little. Richard Boult went from £133k salary and £67k bonus to £200k salary and almost £100k bonus. Christine Pietersen gets £276k plus a (thoroughly deserved, I'm sure) £260k bonus. All of this doesn't include share options for all three. Time Out had cash of £19.3m as of 31 December 2017 yet burned through £24.6m and a comprehensive loss of just under £30m. Do the maths! No idea why this is a £110m market cap. They will need to raise, and in its current valuation it is massively overvalued. Given my short position I am obviously biased, but if you are considering investing here I'd look how much the directors earn and how much shares they actually bought with their own money. Is there really not a better company out of the 2,000+ listed on the stock market to invest in? @vilage_idoit
skyship: OCI's NAV being pruned yet again as TMO (their largest holding) falls another 6% today - something rather wrong here perhaps...certainly the share price performance rather concerning. Chart not a pretty sight: free stock charts from
fillipe: The IC of 6-4-2018 dedicated 2/3rds of a whole page to them....BUY @ 130p.....they were obviously over-excited by the foodie bit of the business. At the end of the article they qualify the BUY in the numbers table with an earlier mention of it being "a speculative and risky buy", but it would have been easy to just focus only on the finale... BUY mention. I'm only voyeur at TMO for now, and possibly so forever. f
pireric: Liberum's method of valuation is ridiculous IMO. But what do you expect.. I guess they were involved with the float? I recall that TMO weren't profitable over Liberum's forecast period IIRC and so how do you value this? It's a massive guess
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