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Cineworld Group (LSE: CINE)
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Is the Cineworld share price a screaming bargain in plain sight?

The battered Cineworld share price sits in pennies. But the company has some great assets. So, should our writer invest?

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How low must the Cineworld share price go to become attractive?

Henry Adefope wonders if there's any light at the end of the tunnel for Cineworld shares as the price continues…

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Here are 2 stocks ready to bounce back

Andrew Woods looks at two stocks that he thinks are on the verge of recovery after over two years of…

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Is the Cineworld share price going to zero?

Since 2020 the Cineworld share price has collapsed by over 90%! Is this a screaming buy or a sign that…

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Why 2022 could be make or break for the Cineworld share price

The Cineworld share price has been hammered by losses, big debts, and potentially crippling legal action. Might that all change…

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My Cineworld shares are tanking! Should I now buy more?

Andrew Woods wonders whether he should buy more Cineworld shares as life gets back to normal, even in the face…

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3 cheap shares to buy after 50% falls?

Falling stock markets mean cheap shares, right? It's still very important to focus on valuation, and look to the future…

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Is it now time to buy the most shorted UK stock?

A heavily shorted stock is often a very bearish sign, yet it can also lead to a quick reversal. Is…

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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.