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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Trainline Plc LSE:TRN London Ordinary Share GB00BKDTK925 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -6.60 -1.73% 374.00 818,432 16:35:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
374.60 375.40 380.00 365.00 370.80
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 1,798
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:24:32 O 2,167 374.00 GBX

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15/8/2020
09:20
Trainline Daily Update: Trainline Plc is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TRN. The last closing price for Trainline was 380.60p.
Trainline Plc has a 4 week average price of 356.40p and a 12 week average price of 356.40p.
The 1 year high share price is 559p while the 1 year low share price is currently 187.20p.
There are currently 480,680,508 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 958,967 shares. The market capitalisation of Trainline Plc is £1,797,745,099.92.
13/8/2020
09:39
msehs: National Express passenger numbers down 80% as per their RNS today. Share price tanking. Good barometer for travel industry numbers
11/8/2020
14:26
texaspete2: MSehs - any indication as to the date for when they will release an update and also the reason for the delay?Uncle - buoyant markets and positive sentiment to anything online are probably reasons for driving up the share price. I think markets might also be ignoring short term issues and looking to the future. Companies like AO World aren't making money but the share price keeps going up
21/7/2020
16:42
msehs: High profile exec appointment causing shares to rally. Can't see how any exec appointment can influence the significant downturn in train passenger volumes in the short-medium term, the share price jump today seems optimistic.Trading update due soon which should show a material decrease in numbers. Very high risk to buy the shares at this level.
22/5/2020
16:52
pstick: privileged - how do you know 90% of IG clients are short? Doesn't seem like there are a lot of short interest based on shorttacker.co.uk, so don't know to what extent the recent share price increase is due to short squeeze.
19/2/2020
07:49
mallorca 9: Frugal, March is only a Trading Update - so once again will focus on revenue. 'Revenue is vanity, profit is sanity'. The full year results are in May. The funds will dump these before then. With a £2.6 billion market cap, loss making, debt, no divi and Virgin entering the sector, this will fall like a lead balloon. Much of this stock is tightly held by large funds at the moment and they are coordinating the squeeze up. They know that shorts are hurting and are paying daily fees. At a point (probably not too far away), the funds will sell out and go short. This share will fall to a more realistic market cap of circa £250m …. so a share price of around 50p.
31/1/2020
14:42
mallorca 9: So much potential bad news coming here soon - rail part nationalisation, HS2, Virgin competition. Any one of these can decimate this share price. Could be a huge fall just around the corner.
24/1/2005
17:32
soysoy: Trio Holdings Plc ("Trio" or the "Company") Following the recent movement in the Company's ordinary share price Trio announces that it is in discussions with a Private Equity consortium, including certain members of the management of Trio's subsidiaries, which may or may not lead to an offer being made for the Company's entire issued and to be issued share capital at a price of 32 pence in cash per Trio ordinary share. Trio shareholders should note that disclosure of the price at which this indicative offer has been made has been disclosed solely at the instigation of the directors of Trio. Given that discussions are at a preliminary stage, there can be no assurance that a formal offer will be announced at this price, or at all. Further announcements will be made as appropriate in due course. Pursuant to Rule 2.10 of the City Code on Takeovers and Mergers, Trio announces that it has 83,484,325 ordinary shares in issue (ISIN: GB0008946781). Enquiries David Hagan, Trio Holdings PLC 020 7946 9100 Jonathan Hinton/David Kent, Deloitte 020 7936 3000
23/1/2005
17:41
soysoy: soysoy - 21 Jan'05 - 14:37 - 5 of 7 edit up again soysoy - 24 Jan'05 - 17:32 - 6 of 7 edit Trio Holdings Plc ("Trio" or the "Company") Following the recent movement in the Company's ordinary share price Trio announces that it is in discussions with a Private Equity consortium, including certain members of the management of Trio's subsidiaries, which may or may not lead to an offer being made for the Company's entire issued and to be issued share capital at a price of 32 pence in cash per Trio ordinary share. Trio shareholders should note that disclosure of the price at which this indicative offer has been made has been disclosed solely at the instigation of the directors of Trio. Given that discussions are at a preliminary stage, there can be no assurance that a formal offer will be announced at this price, or at all. Further announcements will be made as appropriate in due course. Pursuant to Rule 2.10 of the City Code on Takeovers and Mergers, Trio announces that it has 83,484,325 ordinary shares in issue (ISIN: GB0008946781). Enquiries David Hagan, Trio Holdings PLC 020 7946 9100 Jonathan Hinton/David Kent, Deloitte 020 7936 3000 soysoy - 24 Jan'05 - 17:33 - 7 of 7 edit 32P OFFER PRICE
17/1/2003
00:15
orvis: Monty Burns - what was the date of the ICAP announcement please? If it is new, surely this is negative for the TRN share price as it reduces the likelyhood of any buyout.
30/12/2002
13:24
qwazi: At the moment, the market does not rate Trio very highly. It is trading at a P/E of 5, or pre-ex P/E of 7. This does not take into account the Net Assets of 11.3m£ of which 11.5m£ is cash. On a pre-ex Enterprise Value/EBITDA basis, they are trading on a quite ludicrous 1. The dividend yield for 2002 is 5.4% or 1p/share, well covered by pre-ex earnings of 2.7p. So why are they so lowly rated? My guesses are: - The small market cap - The inherent risk for money brokers of further monetary union. In the results, the chairman stated: On the financial and corporate side, we will continue to nurture the present strength of TRIO Holdings PLC, in markets that may become more difficult. There remains a climate of consolidation amongst our customers and amongst our competitors, and we will tread carefully, from this position of strength, seeking opportunities across a broad horizon. This says to me that they are looking at acquisitions, which makes perfect sense since the market does not appear to be valuing their substantial cash pile. Now, if they were to acquire a complementary, yet diversified, business, this would go someway to addressing point 2 above, as they could ensure that their earnings were coming from other sources. In the current climate, let’s assume that similar sized and type of business to Trio are valued around the same. Let’s say for example that Trio find a nice business which is generating around 600k£ profit per year. If they were valued like Trio, they would be worth around 4.2m£, but Trio have to pay a premium and pick them up for around £6m. The net effect of the transaction? EPS goes up by 0.7p, cash goes down by £6m but it is safe to say that they would acquire some assets in the transaction so Net Tangible Assets would probably not go down substantially. If the market continues to value Trio purely on P/E, then EPS is now 3.4p giving share price of 23.8p (note: I haven’t included the loss of interest on cash here). Deduct a little bit for the decrease in assets. But what if the market now decides that the business is safer since it is more diversified? Also, with the move to new premises completed, dividends and earnings growing, why not put it on a more deserving rating, perhaps like ICAP? Well, maybe not, since ICAP trades on a P/E of 18 suggesting a TRN share price of 61p which is definitely too bullish. But maybe a P/E of 10 or 11 – giving share price 34-37p. DYOR - not advice, just thoughts. Q
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