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888 Holdings plc (888.L)

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384.20+4.60 (+1.21%)
As of 9:45AM BST. Market open.
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Previous close379.60
Bid383.20 x 0
Ask384.20 x 0
Day's range358.80 - 384.80
52-week range145.40 - 456.00
Avg. volume1,052,902
Market cap1.43B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.60
PE ratio (TTM)182.95
EPS (TTM)2.10
Earnings date23 Aug 2021 - 27 Aug 2021
Forward dividend & yield0.10 (2.65%)
Ex-dividend date25 Mar 2021
1y target est2.76
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    How Much Of 888 Holdings plc (LON:888) Do Insiders Own?

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  • William Hill betting shops set for bidding war
    Yahoo Finance UK

    William Hill betting shops set for bidding war

    US gambling firms have been tapping into the expertise of UK rivals in recent months as sports betting has taken off in America and a rise in online gambling during the COVID pandemic.

  • William Hill betting shop empire up for sale
    The Telegraph

    William Hill betting shop empire up for sale

    A Wall Street buyout firm is preparing for battle with the Israeli gambling tycoons behind 888 Holdings as 1,400 William Hill betting shops go under the hammer. Apollo Global Management will take on the Shaked family, 888 Holdings’ founding shareholders, as an auction for the bookmaker’s UK and European businesses gets under way. Caesars Entertainment will kick off the sale of the bookmaker’s non-US assets in the coming weeks, The Telegraph has learnt. The Las Vegas casino giant completed a deal to buy one of the oldest names in British gambling outright for £2.9bn last month but has signalled it is only interested in retaining the fast-growing American business. Deal insiders said that Apollo is in pole position to acquire the unwanted William Hill assets, which include its high street shops, as well as its UK and European online businesses. The auction could fetch up to £1.5bn, analysts say. Apollo is well prepared for the sale after it considered a bid for the whole of William Hill last year and gained access to its books after expressing interest. The buyout firm, which was pipped in an auction of the supermarket Asda last autumn, would be expected to combine William Hill with Gamenet, an Italian gambling operator it owns, and make cost cuts.