Company

Cineworld Group (LSE:CINE)

Cineworld is a UK-headquartered cinema group, founded in 1995. After its acquisition of US group Regal Entertainment in 2018, it became the second largest cinema business in the world by number of screens. As of 31 December 2021, it had 9,189 screens at 751 sites across 10 countries. Its geographical reporting segments are the US, UK and Ireland, and Rest of the World. The US is by far its largest market. The Rest of the World segment consists of Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Israel, Poland, Romania and Slovakia. The group's primary brands are Regal in the US, Cineworld and Picturehouse in the UK and Ireland, Cinema City in central and eastern Europe, and Yes Planet and Rav-Chen in Israel. Early in the Covid-19 pandemic, Cineworld pulled out of a deal to acquire Canadian group Cineplex. An Ontario court awarded Cineplex damages of C$1.24bn in December 2021, which Cineworld is appealing.

18.16p -0.68p (-3.6%) Wednesday, 6 July 2022 at 09:28:35 British Summer Time

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Last updated 06-07-2022, 09:28:35am BST
Current Price 18.16p
Today's Change -0.68p (-3.6%)
Close Price 18.84p
Open Price 19.22p
Bid 18.10p
Ask 18.26p
Day Range 18.16p - 19.75p
Year Range 17.30p - 88.58p
Volume 1,531,748
Average Volume 6,235,688
Market Cap 25,875,396,100.00p
EPS (ttm) -41.21p

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Frequently Asked Questions

The CINE share price was 170p when the company was floated on the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange in May 2007. CINE raised £104m at the offer price. On listing, it had 142m shares in issue and its market capitalisation was £241m.

CINE suspended dividends at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic to conserve cash. As of its 2021 results, it had not resumed payouts. Prior to the pandemic, it paid quarterly dividends, declared in US dollars. Some analysts think CINE may be able to pay a dividend for 2022 and some don’t.