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first_imgCineworld shares: 5 things investors should know “This Stock Could Be Like Buying Amazon in 1997” Cineworld (LSE: CINE) shares are once again in the spotlight and investors have been piling into the stock. The FTSE 250 firm had a stellar run in November, and December looks promising too.But will Cineworld shares continue to rise? I believe investors need to know the following five things.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…#1 – The bounceCovid-19 completely decimated Cineworld’s business. The company had to close its cinemas to the public during the pandemic, which devastated revenue.Cineworld shares seem to have bounced on the news of a Covid-19 vaccine. The UK has now approved the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine and a mass vaccination rollout is expected. That raises hopes of the world getting back to normal and the company opening its venues fully. Any further news relating to the coronavirus vaccine is likely to be positive for Cineworld shares and I expect the share price to rise in the short term.#2 – Debt pileEven before the pandemic, investors were concerned over Cineworld’s debt pile. Last month the company secured a debt lifeline worth $750m. Its lenders agreed to waive its debt covenants until June 2022, in addition to it securing $450m in new loans. This means that, at present, the company has a total gross debt financing of $4.9bn.While this new finance provides it with additional liquidity during a turbulent period, it still adds to its debt woes. At some point, the cinema operator will have to pay this money back and as a result, I do not expect Cineworld to recover any time soon.#3 – Heavily shortedLooking at shorttracker.co.uk, eight investment houses have shorted Cineworld shares. This means that those investors are betting on the share price falling.The total short interest is 8.8%, which makes it the third most shorted stock in the UK. This large short position indicates that there are several investors who are not confident about Cineworld’s future.#4 – Changing habitsMany consumers now watch films and shows through subscription services such as Netflix and Disney. Such services were a winner during Covid-19 and I am concerned that the pandemic will encourage studios to release more movies on these direct-to-consumer platforms, thus cutting out the cinema operator.Some big movies have been delayed. The latest James Bond, No Time To Die, has been put back to April 2021, for instance. There were even reports of this film being released directly via streaming services, with Apple TV and Netflix in the mix. While watching movies at the cinema doubles up as a social activity, the pandemic may have caused a long-term behaviour shift. Perhaps it is a sign of things to come.#5 – Director dealsOther than former Chairman Anthony Bloom purchasing £230k worth of Cineworld shares at 28p in March, there have not been many director deals. With the share price so low, I would have expected senior management to be snapping up the shares, especially as they’ve recently been rising.The lack of director deals does not fill me with confidence, as it indicates to investors that management does not believe the company is undervalued.Cineworld shares: would I buy?I expect Cineworld shares to rise in the short term on hopes of the world returning to pre-coronavirus normality. But I am not convinced. Once some kind of normality resumes, still faces debt problems and possible structural challenges. I will not be buying. Enter Your Email Address Our 6 ‘Best Buys Now’ Shares Nadia Yaqub has no position in any of the share mentioned. The Motley Fool UK owns shares of and has recommended Apple, Netflix, and Walt Disney and recommends the following options: long January 2021 $60 calls on Walt Disney and short January 2021 $135 calls on Walt Disney. Views expressed on the companies mentioned in this article are those of the writer and therefore may differ from the official recommendations we make in our subscription services such as Share Advisor, Hidden Winners and Pro. Here at The Motley Fool we believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors. 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first_imgNews October 31, 2007 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Newspaper editor charged with criminal association, transferred to Agadez prison The 2020 pandemic has challenged press freedom in Africa May 11, 2021 Find out more November 27, 2020 Find out more News Reports Niger: Two journalists arrested in disturbing setback for press freedom News RSF_en NigerAfrica Organisation Aïr-Info was closed for three months in June for having allegedly “incited violence” in the conflict in the region between the army and the Touareg rebels of the Niger Movement for Justice (MNJ). In July, Manzo Diallo was arrested by police in Agadez after launching a new weekly.Aïr-Info, founded by this former professor of literature in 2002, has a circulation of about 1,500 and is the only newspaper published in the province.Moussa Kaka, director of privately-owned Radio Saraouniya, correspondent in Niger for RFI and Reporters Without Borders, was arrested on 20 September. He was charged with “collusion in a plot against state authority” for having had regular contact with rebels of the MNJ. The conviction of Niger newspaper editor Moussa Aksar is an attack on investigative journalism to go further July 16, 2020 Find out more Receive email alerts Ibrahim Manzo Diallo, the editor of the Aïr Info, a privately-owned fortnightly based in the northern city of Agadez, was charged on 29 October with “criminal association” and was placed in pre-trial detention in Agadez prison, where he is being held with common criminals. No date has been set for a trial as the case is still being investigated, his lawyer said.“Bringing this kind of charge against a professional newspaper editor is an insult to journalism,” Reporters Without Borders said. “Contacting all possible sources in order to report what is going on does not constitute criminal association. It is part of the normal and legitimate work of the press.”Reporters Without Borders reiterates its call for the release of Diallo, his reporter Daouda Yacouba, and Niamey-based journalist Moussa Kaka.———10.10.07 : Editor of sole newspaper in Agadez arrested at airport and accused of being the RFI correspondentReporters Without Borders today called for the immediate release of Ibrahim Manzo Diallo, managing editor of privately-owned bi-monthly Aïr Info, published in Agadez, northern Niger, who was arrested yesterday at Niamey airport as he prepared to board a plane for France.Niger border police seized Manzo Diallo as he was going through the departure area for a late night Air France flight to Paris, bundled him into a taxi and drove him to the headquarters of the Judicial Police (PJ).He was interrogated for much of the night, before being moved to the police station during the morning, where he is still being held. Local journalists who managed to visit him said he is being accused of being “the correspondent for Radio France Internationale (RFI) in Agadez”.“The intolerance of the Niger government has reached a critical state with this irrational arrest,” the worldwide press freedom organisation said. “Not only is it not a crime to be the correspondent for RFI, but on top of this Ibrahim Manzo Diallo does not work for that radio. This government, which seems to have lost any sense of proportion and justice, must now release him, along with Moussa Kaka,” it added Help by sharing this information NigerAfrica Follow the news on Nigerlast_img read more