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3 UK shares I’d sell in May

Many UK shares appear temptingly cheap, but G A Chester cautions against buying indiscriminately, and names three stocks he wouldn't…

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Do these crashing FTSE share prices mean we should buy?

Some FTSE share prices are soaring, while others are crashing. Share price volatility is to be expected, but should we…

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This bargain FTSE stock is up nearly 50% today! Would Warren Buffett buy it?

This bargain FTSE stock may be flying, but Warren Buffett would ask serious questions before buying it.

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2 FTSE 350 stocks I’d stay away from during the 2020 market crash

Due to the nature of their businesses and no prospect of a turnaround any time soon, I'd avoid these two…

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2 ‘bargain’ FTSE shares with record profits I’ll buy when the market recovers

It may take months for markets to recover from coronavirus-induced shock. Here are two bargain FTSE shares with record profits…

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Looking beyond the headlines, I think Cineworld shares are at a bargain price 

Cineworld shares are so cheap they are either a bargain or the company is about to go bust. I think…

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These 2 stocks have crashed 30%+ as the FTSE 100 slides. Time to buy?

As the FTSE 100 crashes below 5,500 points, it's tempting to buy the day's biggest fallers. Here's why that could…

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These 3 FTSE 250 stocks have crashed up to 89%. I’d still avoid them!

G A Chester highlights three FTSE 250 stocks he thinks bargain hunters would be wise to steer clear of.

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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.