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GVC Holdings PLC (GVC.L)

GVC.L on London Stock Exchange

690.00GBp
17 Feb 2017
Change (% chg)

-4.00 (-0.58%)
Prev Close
694.00
Open
700.00
Day's High
700.00
Day's Low
681.50
Volume
887,375
Avg. Vol
1,762,053
52-wk High
781.50
52-wk Low
447.57

GVC.L

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About

GVC Holdings PLC is a sports betting and gaming company. The Company operates under various brands in the gaming sector, including bwin, sporting bet and Foxy Bingo. It also provides online gaming services on a business-to-business basis to the third party operators. Its segments include Sports and Gaming. Its Sports segment... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.24
Market Cap(Mil.): £2,027.67
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 293.78
Dividend: 12.50
Yield (%): --

Financials

  GVC.L Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 25.69 25.10
EPS (TTM): -0.18 -- --
ROI: -7.38 5.71 8.73
ROE: -9.65 13.39 12.30

UPDATE 1-Gambling firm GVC sees 2016 gaming revenue ahead of estimate

Feb 2 Gambling company GVC Holdings Plc said it expected full-year net gaming revenue to rise about 9 percent, slightly ahead of its previous estimate, on strong fourth-quarter trading.

Feb 02 2017

BRIEF-GVC Holdings sees group NGR "slightly ahead of" previous guidance

* Repaid in full outstanding loan of eur 386 mln provided by Cerberus Business Finance

Feb 02 2017

Gambling firm GVC sees 2016 gaming revenue ahead of estimate

Feb 2 Gambling company GVC Holdings Plc said it expected full-year net gaming revenue to rise about 9 percent, slightly ahead of its previous estimate, on strong fourth-quarter trading.

Feb 02 2017

BRIEF-GVC Holdings to pay 10 euro cents/shr special dividend in Feb. 2017

* Intention to pay a special 10 euro cents per share dividend in February 2017 in respect of 2016 financial year

Nov 03 2016

Gambling firm GVC to pay 10 euro cents/shr special dividend in Feb

Nov 3 Gambling company GVC Holdings Plc said it intends to pay a special dividend of 10 euro cents per share for financial year 2016 in February next year.

Nov 03 2016

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