TNI.L - Trinity Mirror plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
76.70
-1.05 (-1.35%)
As of 2:28PM GMT. Market open.
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Previous close77.75
Open79.75
Bid76.25 x 682300
Ask76.75 x 241300
Day's range76.00 - 79.75
52-week range76.00 - 124.00
Volume21,696
Avg. volume324,446
Market cap206.34M
BetaN/A
PE ratio (TTM)3.41
EPS (TTM)22.50
Earnings date31 Jul 2017 - 4 Aug 2017
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est142.40
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  • Reuterslast month

    Britain's Trinity Mirror sees better ad market, third quarter revenue falls 8 percent

    Trinity Mirror (TNI.L), publisher of the Daily Mirror tabloid, said on Monday it was seeing signs of stronger demand for advertising in its national titles as a decline in like-for-like revenue improved slightly in the last quarter. The company, which is in talks to buy rival titles from Northern & Shell, said group like-for-like revenue fell 8 percent in the third quarter, an improvement on the 9 percent decline in the first half. "We are experiencing improving trends in nationally sourced print advertising revenues, though local advertising, particularly classified remain challenging and volatile," the company said.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Britain's Trinity Mirror sees better ad market, Q3 revenue falls 8 pct

    LONDON, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 9 (Reuters) - Trinity Mirror (Frankfurt: 885738 - news) , publisher of the Daily Mirror tabloid, said on Monday it was seeing signs of stronger demand for advertising in its national titles as a decline in like-for-like revenue improved slightly in the last quarter. The company, which is in talks to buy rival titles from Northern & Shell, said group like-for-like revenue fell 8 percent in the third quarter, an improvement on the 9 percent decline in the first half. "We are experiencing improving trends in nationally sourced print advertising revenues, though local advertising, particularly classified remain challenging and volatile," the company said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    British actor Coogan wins damages over phone-hacking

    LONDON, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 3 (Reuters) - British actor Steve Coogan won damages on Tuesday from Mirror Group Newspapers whose reporters illegally listened to his voicemail messages to get scoops, the latest chapter in a long-running saga that has damaged the reputation of the British press. Best known in Britain for his portrayal of fictional radio presenter Alan Partridge, Coogan is one of many celebrities who, along with politicians and members of the public caught up in news stories, fell victim to phone-hacking. "MGN acknowledges that Mr Coogan was the target of unlawful activities and that these activities were concealed until years later," a lawyer for the company said in a statement to the London High Court, circulated to media after the hearing.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Daily Mirror owner in talks to buy Express in UK newspaper shake-up

    The publisher of Britain's Daily Mirror is in talks to buy rival titles the Daily Express and Daily Star, raising the prospect of a fresh round of painful restructuring in the embattled newspaper industry. A deal would bring together tabloids from the opposite ends of the political spectrum as the industry struggles to cope with declining sales, with readers and advertisers shifting online.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    Newspaper publishes Trinity Mirror steps up cost cuts, reiterates outlook

    British newspaper publisher Trinity Mirror (Frankfurt: 885738 - news) ramped up its cost savings plan on Monday after weak print advertising and poor sales of classified ads pushed its half-year adjusted operating profit down by 9.4 percent. The group, which owns the Daily Mirror, reiterated its full-year outlook after committing to remove 20 million pounds from its cost base, up from an original plan of 15 million pounds. "Whilst the trading environment for print in the first half was volatile, we remain on course to meet expectations for the year," Chief Executive Simon Fox said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    UK's Guardian newspaper to switch to tabloid format from 2018

    Britain's Guardian newspaper will switch to tabloid format from early 2018, the newspaper's owner said on Tuesday, after deciding to outsource the printing of its two best-known titles in a bid to keep costs down. Publisher Guardian Media Group (GMG) said it had agreed a contract with Trinity Mirror (Frankfurt: 885738 - news) for it to print the Guardian and its Sunday stablemate The Observer from early 2018, when both titles will move to tabloid formats. Reuters reported in January that the newspaper was considering such a switch.

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 months ago

    Retailers and food groups cut UK advertising as inflation bites

    British retailers, food producers and consumer goods makers are cutting back on advertising to direct their firepower instead at lowering prices in the face of rising inflation, hitting the income of media groups. ITV (Frankfurt: A0BLQP - news) , Britain's biggest free-to-air commercial broadcaster, said on Wednesday ad revenue for the first four months of 2017 would be down 6 percent after it reported its first annual fall in a key revenue stream since 2009. "If you look at the categories that's coming from, predominantly it's food, and FMCG (fast-moving consumer goods) and retail," ITV's Chief Executive Adam Crozier said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 months ago

    Trinity to accelerate digital strategy after print decline

    British newspaper group Trinity (HKSE: 0891-OL.HK - news) Mirror said it would focus on growing its digital advertising sales to cope with "challenging and volatile" markets after reporting a 10.7 percent drop in full-year print revenue. The owner of the Daily Mirror, which has been ripping out costs to counter the fall in circulation and print advertising, saw particularly weak demand from retail customers for display ads, and a drop in classified recruitment postings. Trinity, which also publishes the Sunday Mirror and The People, said print markets were challenging and volatile.

  • Reuters - UK Focus10 months ago

    Trinity Mirror in talks to combine with Richard Desmond's UK papers

    Newspaper group Trinity Mirror (Frankfurt: 885738 - news) said it was in early talks about investing in a new company comprising assets owned by Northern & Shell, Richard Desmond's group that owns the Daily Express and Daily Star titles. The British publisher of the Daily Mirror said on Tuesday that no offer had been made and there was no certainty that any agreement would be reached. A combination would unite the left-leaning Mirror with the Daily Star tabloid and the Express (Frankfurt: 02Z.F - news) , one of the biggest cheerleaders for Brexit.

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