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Brighton Pier (PIER)

Price 55.00p on 01-03-2024 at 17:30:02
Change 0.00p 0%
Buy 56.00p
Sell 54.00p
Buy / Sell PIER Shares
Last Trade: Sell 1,400.00 at 54.04p
Day's Volume: 9,047
Last Close: 55.00p
Open: 55.00p
ISIN: GB00BG49KW66
Day's Range 55.00p - 55.00p
52wk Range: 30.80p - 65.50p
Market Capitalisation: £21m
VWAP: 54.09803p
Shares in Issue: 37m

Sector: Travel

Listed In: FTSE AIM All-Share,

Recent Trades History Brighton Pier (PIER)

Buy/Sell Volume Trade Prc Trade Type Trade Time
Sell* 1,400 54.04p Ordinary
15:10:42 - 01-Mar-24
Sell* 147 54.04p Ordinary
10:07:44 - 01-Mar-24
Sell* 4,000 54.11p Ordinary
10:07:08 - 01-Mar-24
Sell* 3,500 54.11p Ordinary
10:06:25 - 01-Mar-24

Share Price History for Brighton Pier

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Share News for Brighton Pier

Brighton Pier blames UK train strikes as turns to interim loss

25th Sep 2023 10:33

(Alliance News) - Brighton Pier Group PLC on Monday reported a swing to a loss as operating expenses increased and revenue fell, citing train strikes, poor summer weather and a fire at a hotel opposite of its pier. Read More

REPEAT: IN BRIEF: Brighton Pier shares plunge on lower quarterly sales

25th Jul 2023 10:50

Brighton Pier Group PLC - London-based leisure and entertainment business that owns and trades the Brighton Palace Pier - Says the second quarter of the year has "proved more difficult", with sales behind 2022. Says this is due to a decline in disposable incomes and consumer confidence. Adds July trading has been impacted by poor weather, train strikes and a fire at a major hotel opposite the pier, which caused week-long disruptions to its business. Expects total sales for the six months ended June 25 to be around GBP16.2 million. Read More

IN BRIEF: Brigton Pier Group shares plunge on lower quarterly sales

25th Jul 2023 10:49

Brighton Pier Group PLC - London-based leisure and entertainment business that owns and trades the Brighton Palace Pier - Says the second quarter of the year has "proved more difficult", with sales behind 2022. Says this is due to a decline in disposable incomes and consumer confidence. Adds July trading has been impacted by poor weather, train strikes and a fire at a major hotel opposite the pier, which caused week-long disruptions to its business. Expects total sales for the six months ended June 25 to be around GBP16.2 million. Read More

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25th Jul 2023 10:04

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