Trinity Mirror, Johnston Press and DMGT all see share prices tumble after Brexit vote

Creative-Services-sqbannerTrinity Mirror and Johnston Press, both of which publish close to 200 regional titles, saw price drops after the EU referendum result was delivered early on Friday morning.

Share prices for Daily Mail and General Trust (DMGT), owner of the Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday and Metro, were also hit by the decision to exit the European Union.

Trinity Mirror closed Thursday’s trading with on 118.25p per stock. It opened Friday at 110p, a fall of 7 per cent. Its stock price continued to fall on Monday, reaching 97.9p at time of writing (3.15pm).

Johnston Press, which took over the i newspaper from Independent News and Media earlier this year, closed on Thursday at 27p per and fell as low as 20p on Friday. Its price was 21.6p at time of writing.