Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Trinity Mirror LSE:TNI London Ordinary Share GB0009039941 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 85.70p 85.00p 86.00p - - - 0 05:00:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 623.2 81.9 23.0 3.7 258.98

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30/11/2017
10:22
I also note that DMGT's pension deficit has been reduced from £249 million last year to a surplus this year.
gfrae
30/11/2017
09:56
Added a few last couple of days. People are still reading the paper and advertisers are still filling the sheets and above all TNI are still making huge amount of profits! Looking forward to trading update on 15 Dec.
patience a virtue
30/11/2017
09:40
Perhaps it would be mutually beneficial for the TNI pension fund itself to invest in it's own sponsor company ?
gfrae
30/11/2017
09:08
Unfortunately I agree with you Kazoom, if the aim of their business is now as a conclidater of the newspaper industry. Ie to buy cheap newspaper assets and run them down profitably it would seem obvious to start with their own shares. Where could they buy newspapers any cheaper, even Ashley Highfield does not sell newspapers at under 2 times ! The selling is relentless and appears regardless of price.
gfrae
30/11/2017
08:43
No Mercy for Daily Mail share price today
cityconindex
29/11/2017
23:04
Looking back at the resolutions from the last AGM the "standard" resolution on share purchases authorised them to buyback just shy of 28m shares (10%). In the buyback they just completed they purchased 10m (not sure if some of those even predated the resolution) so they could still buy back more. So they could institute another buyback without asking for permission (from shareholders). With the share price where it is now, I can think of no better value use of the free cash flow - even accepting CJohn's valid point that the balancing pension payments they would have to agree with the trustees would be at a poor time to invest in pensions. The surely have to do everything they can to prevent the share-price hitting 50p. Both CJohn and Paul Scott have indicated that they "might be interested" in the shares at that price and it hardly seems fair that such fickle former holders should be allowed back into the party. ;-) More seriously though, much as I mostly think that Directors fretting over short term share price movements is a bad thing, unless there IS some underlying undisclosed reason for the share-price weakness of over the last six months - I do think there is a strong case here to use cash to maximise shareholder value, perhaps even over and above pursuing the acquisition. The next trading statement is in about 3 weeks time and if that does in fact confirm the variation between performance and valuation then there will be a strong case to challenge the Board's priorities.
kazoom
29/11/2017
22:43
Twixy - it's a fair point , they do generate about 1/2p per share in free cash each week. Unfortunately the share price sheds more than that each day over the last few months. So as time goes by it is true the amount of debt needed to support the acquisition reduces, but any shares component looks increasingly unattractive to shareholders. To be honest I'd be inclined not to support a large shares component of the deal as things stand. In any case though if the share price does continue in this direction, Desmond could well decide to do the deal in reverse - float off his publishing assets and have 'newco' bid for TNI.
kazoom
29/11/2017
17:44
Mid twenties what happened to mid fifties!
bc4
29/11/2017
17:08
It would be bloody silly if these go to the mid twenties which is the next resistance level imho. Would mean a divi yield of well over 20% and the PE would be well sub 1. Nuts since the earnings seem to be only slipping very slowly.
freddie ferret
28/11/2017
13:54
Hopefully the length of time taken to announce an outcome of any description to the N&S acquisition means that TNI's due diligence will have been first class. If this is the case and the purchase proceeds, cost savings should start flowing through almost immediately. In the interim, as each week passes, less debt will be required to fund an acquisition.
twixy
28/11/2017
10:05
Added too - the volumes yesterday were tiny so don't think there is any new news out there.
twixy
28/11/2017
08:59
Good opportunity - BUY the dips. Added 15k.
philjeans
28/11/2017
08:30
JUst broken through a 5 year low and bears want to see how far it will fall,they hope bulls will give up,or be forced to sell.
gfrae
28/11/2017
08:28
Just bought another 18,482. GLA.
foot in mouth
28/11/2017
08:26
Bought at 69 this am. Will continue at market below 70 for a few days
hybrasil
28/11/2017
00:35
Clutching at straws but the Guardian article i posted a while back mentioned the company is about to reveal a gender pay gap of worse than 9%. With 5300 staff and assuming 2000 are women ( finger in the air ), average journalist wage of 23K, and a 10% pay gap to make up, this could add 4.6m to staffing costs. Maybe partly to blame for souring sentiment? Still think Aviva selling and the upcoming acquisition are by far the major underlying cause though.
smicker
27/11/2017
22:40
I shall be adding tomorrow if I can get in below 70p. Happy just to get the 8% dividend even if the share price do not go up which I very much doubt. The company is making huge amount of profit and the net debt is only 19 million at the end of 3rd quarter. Cannot guess what drove the price down so much, may be news re Northern and Shell deal out soon? In general the whole market has been rather gloomy especially those UK based companies.
patience a virtue
27/11/2017
19:51
Just checked HL's website. No downgrades etc today. Peel hunt still have a recommendation as outlined below. Peel Hunt 02/11 Reiterates Buy Buy 190.00p If people think these are dirt cheap at the minute and believe that the company have a future then buy more shares! (no advice intended).
foot in mouth
27/11/2017
19:42
That is one heck of a drop today and takes us to at least a 5 year low. I got my ITV divi today - i'll buy some more TNI tomorrow. Today's drop is completely unjustified. This is just a very unloved sector at the moment. GLA.
foot in mouth
27/11/2017
19:27
What is going on here? Share buyback has had zero effect, now a huge fall today? Surely the company needs to make some sort of statement?
woodhawk
27/11/2017
19:16
Directors are saying?
cityconindex
27/11/2017
17:18
Some kind of bear attack by the look of this Some kind of bear attack by the look of this 11% down on only 194,000 shares 511
bc4
27/11/2017
17:15
Big fall ? Cause ?Sicknote
s34icknote
27/11/2017
07:41
CJohn, sorry for delay. The ABCs are for site visits. The metric TNI now use is page views which have roughly the same performance though the comparison with other sites can be different where some sites attract more or less page views. I know there has been a disconnect between the online numbers and revenue growth recently but I believe this constant online growth will yield results eventually.
harry_david
26/11/2017
23:26
Eastbourne spot on. Why would not TNI be a good target itself as its generating cash. Update around 4 weeks away and there may be an awakening to its true value around the figures you quote. Hacking issue dragging on, and slow progress on takeover.
cityconindex
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