Cineworld Group (CNNWF)

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  • Day's Range:
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CNNWF Overview

Prev. Close
0.05
Day's Range
0.04-0.06
Revenue
1.52B
Open
0.06
52 wk Range
0.02-0.57
EPS
-0.251
Volume
0
Market Cap
63.29M
Dividend (Yield)
N/A
(N/A)
Average Volume (3m)
412,356
P/E Ratio
-0.18
Beta
3.51
1-Year Change
-90%
Shares Outstanding
1,373,428,670
Next Earnings Date
-
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Cineworld Group Company Profile

Cineworld Group Company Profile

Cineworld Group PLC (Cineworld) is a United Kingdom-based international cinema chain. The Company is operating in 10 countries with 751 sites and 9,189 screens. It operates in 16 countries, such as United Kingdom (UK), Ireland, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania, Israel, the United States (US), and others. The Company operates in three segments: the US; the UK and Ireland (UK&I) and the rest of the world (ROW). The US segment includes three cinema chain brands Regal, United Artists and Edwards Theatres. UK&I segment includes two cinema chain brands, Cineworld and Picturehouse. The ROW operating segment includes the cinema chain brands Cinema City in Central and Eastern Europe territories, and Yes Planet and Rav-Chen in Israel. The ROW reporting segment also includes Poland, Romania, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Slovakia and Israel. The Company's subsidiaries include Crown UK Holdco Limited, Augustus 1 Limited and Cinema City Holding B.V.

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Analyst Price Target

Average0.29 (-92.25% Downside)
High0.2944
Low0.2944
Price3.80
No. of Analysts1
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  • tmrw could be volatile,before the business plan on Monday.
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    • You sure the business plan due Monday?
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  • Is there a chance of a buyer that miraculously turn up and take over all its debt? Sure. But is it probable? Not really. Think companies like Debenham. Even its billionaire share holder (founder of sports direct) who is supposed to be smart money lost 180m after the chain went bankrupt. I am not here to rub salt on people's wound don't get me wrong. If you have already invested, just ride it out and hope for the best as you are probably already over 80% down. The worst thing one can do in this situation is to 'average down' and throwing good money after bad
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    • Will be very interesting if a potential buyer emerges, problem with the company has been the way its been badly debt burdened, if it had minmal or no debt , it would be quite appealing especially with the turnover it is capable of generating with a full movie slate. Covid was just extremely bad timing and occurred after the company was already highly debt ridden. Here’s hoping for some good fortune on this share, lets face it most of us who have the shares feel the pain everyday, doesn’t really help anyone when mystic meg keeps informing us he told us so.
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      • Why anyone would still buy stocks of a company that filed for bankruptcy protection is beyond me. The value of your stock is very likely to go to zero.
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        • https://www.fool.com/knowledge-center/what-happens-to-stock-prices-after-exiting-bankrup.aspx
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      • What did I say?
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        • It will drop below 3 dollar again. Just wait
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        • The bounce today was just due to short closing. Once the SP is high enough again shorters will be back shorting. This is not a school. No one is here to teach you how to make money
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        • Every rally is a sucker rally. You have seen this since August 2022.
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      • Said it before and I will say it again. Sucker stock
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        • Cineworld Group said on Monday its chief executive officer had been handed a six month suspended prison sentence by an Israeli court, after the cinema operator’s distribution unit agreed it was in breach of a merger agreement from 2010.
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          • bloomberg cineworld. Is this the end for cheap shares?
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            • https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-12-04/cineworld-says-it-intends-to-emerge-from-bankruptcy-intact
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          • Vue looking to buy Cineworld
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            • what is the source?
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            • The Times, looks like news got leaked
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          • Waterfall again if support at 4$ doesn't hold
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