Games Workshop March 2018 Market Watch

by | Apr 4, 2018

Watching stocks over the short-term is often an experiment in futility; on March 1st 2018 we looked back at the state of Games Workshop’s stock price and general financial health today we do the same…

As the mostly pointless trade wars start to heat up, the United Kingdom’s Pound has been gaining strength against other currencies. Since Games Workshop is an increasingly Global company it is getting harder to dive into what effects its value, we do know a stronger Pound usually means shrinking profits, but until we get the next annual report we just won’t know what if any larger global trends have effected the company.

In the meantime here is Games Workshop stocks for March 2018.



Games Workshop continues it slow downward trend off a buck and change since February.

How does this compare with the year so far?


This brings the stock down around 7%, the dip mirrors the British exchanges being down for year as well between 7-8%, if this is the cause who knows, but unless you dive really deep it is only a guess. A good sign of confidence though comes with the CEO buying a bit more shares going into April.

Here is a round up of Games Workshop investor page news for the month of March 2018.

Total voting rights

Blocklisting interim review

Director/PDMR shareholding


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