Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
William Hill LSE:WMH London Ordinary Share GB0031698896 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -6.80p -2.18% 304.70p 306.10p 306.40p 315.10p 305.60p 313.00p 6,411,587 16:35:05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 1,711.0 -74.6 -9.7 - 2,634.72

William Hill Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/6/2018
11:50
Agree. 2 years is great news.A lot will happen in that time in terms of M&AAlso allows leases to expire
trentendboy
15/6/2018
13:29
April 2020 for FOBT changes, takes 2 years to reprogramme the software apparently. As if! Great lobbying by the bookies! By 2020 expect US deregulation and associated M&A to compensate for the earnings shortfall from FOBT, strong buy
rimau1
14/6/2018
15:08
We should see some upwards movement now. Hils is about to take the first legal sports bet at Monmouth Park today which will give us significant press coverage. Big opportunity here IMO with significant M&A likely to be announced, being best placed amongst its peers (alongside Paddy Power) for the US given its existing footprint and the FOBT uncertainty has been removed. Pity its not a World Cup year....
rimau1
12/6/2018
12:09
I'm attempting to 'hold' my nerve on this. I admit rather perplexed by these current prices, but am aware of recent dividends paid out. I do believe it's an exciting time for William Hill going forward and am rather impressed by 'William Hill Arms' due to open in St Paul's London. When, I don't know but its on their website. I must say that reading other threads on ADVFN is most enlightening and comforting, keep them coming please. Thank you.
archibald5
12/6/2018
10:54
I thought WMH might have gone up this morning given that they are one if the early US winners. It pays not to follow my logic.
nod
12/6/2018
00:10
It looks like William Hill has won the glory of taking the first NJ bet.Gov. Phil Murphy signed a bill legalizing sports betting in New Jersey on Monday, nearly a month after the Supreme Court ruled that the law banning sports in the United States was unconstitutional.Monmouth Park will begin sports wagering on Thursday morning, with officials, including Murphy placing the first wagers at 10:30 a.m., with the William Hill Sports Book then opening to the general public. https://www.app.com/story/sports/2018/06/11/nj-sports-betting-gov-murphy-signs-bill/691026002/
nod
11/6/2018
20:23
NJ bill just been signed off with Monmouth to start taking sports-bets at 10.30am
gersemi
01/6/2018
12:45
Delaware have beaten New Jersey to legalised Sports Betting, June 5th at 1330. William Hill such a low price at mo, anyone would think there is a 'tree-shaker' on. Watch for developing stories next week. New Jersey hoping for June 8th, after vote on June 7th.
archibald5
31/5/2018
18:12
PA Casinos Can Start Applying For Sports Betting Licenses Today Dustin Gouker, May 31, 2018 09:15 PDT@dustingouker PA sports betting starts Pennsylvania casinos can now officially start petitioning the state to offer sports betting, according to state regulators.
mirabeau
29/5/2018
09:03
I understand New Jersey legislators vote on the 7th June to bring in on line gambling.
loganair
29/5/2018
08:47
in addition, Atlantic City Ocean Resort Casino has partnered with William Hill.
archibald5
29/5/2018
08:44
William Hill Sports book is delayed to June 7th/8th.
archibald5
23/5/2018
10:45
think the New Jersey op will be up and running next Monday 28th
wynmck
22/5/2018
22:18
Steady as she goesThey really need to buy up some US assets and quickly to build on what they have already
trentendboy
17/5/2018
15:58
If 2020 is the date then the increase in share price is to be expected. That is the crucial issue
trentendboy
17/5/2018
15:45
Baffled as to how this is blue, but suppose you cant complain
jarega85
17/5/2018
11:43
lovely rise
wynmck
17/5/2018
10:34
fascinating price action - i wasn't too surprised by the bounce this morning, but i was expecting it to slide from the retrace. but no, it's heading north and has momentum (at the time of writing), and may even finish blue. the only reason i can think of for this, is it was originally suggested that the government may also increase betting taxes to compensate for the loss of revenue from FOBT. perhaps that may still happen, who knows, but the removal of uncertainty on the FOBT is definitely being warmly received.
frazboy
17/5/2018
10:12
Legislation not expected until 2020.
loganair
17/5/2018
10:11
i'll answer my own question... "some time next year"
frazboy
17/5/2018
10:07
anyone know when the FOBT new limit kicks in...?
frazboy
17/5/2018
09:44
This is now ripe to be taken out and it's the last one not to be involved in consolidation so reasonable to expect some action on that front soon IMO
noujay
17/5/2018
09:00
The employment argument is complete nonsense. The financial wellbeing of wherever a bookmaker is located would be better without that shop since the wages of the staff will not in any way compensate for the losses incurred by punters in that area. Bookmakers are predominantly located in less affluent areas so the govt has taken an entirely rational decision for the greater good. Hills wanted to keep their easy, risk-free profits at the expense of addicts mental and financial health. I use Hills shops regularly to bet on sport. At least 20 times in the last football season I have made a selection only to be told the price had changed - ie had been cut. These were all for stakes of £50 or less so I declined to bet. All bets at published coupon prices should be held to take out say £100 ie an amount that will accommodate the customer without real financial risk to the bookmaker. This would be normal business practice to encourage custom - they might have to address issues like that now the easy addict money has gone.
scotches
17/5/2018
08:59
Consenus forecasts for 2019 were £287, knock off £85m as per mid point guidance, and you're left with a snip over £200m - that's a 30% reduction in OP. the shares are holding up well
frazboy
17/5/2018
08:35
It's not good news which ever way they look at it !They need to find a way of regaining that revenue from the gambling addicts - suspect they will invent something else for them to do while in the shops - like bet on two flies crawling up a wall LOL !
markycrispy
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