Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Easyjet Plc LSE:EZJ London Ordinary Share GB00B7KR2P84 ORD 27 2/7P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.00p -0.30% 1,005.00p 1,001.00p 1,002.00p 1,010.00p 999.00p 1,006.00p 2,861,181.00 16:35:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 4,669.0 495.0 108.4 9.3 3,991.94

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Easyjet Daily Update: Easyjet Plc is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EZJ. The last closing price for Easyjet was 1,008p.
Easyjet Plc has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
The 1 year high share price is - while the 1 year low share price is currently -.
There are currently 397,208,133 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Easyjet Plc is £3,991,941,736.65.
tlobs2: LOL. I wondered how long it would be before he crawled out from under his stone. He is the Nicola Sturgeon of ADVFN ! He is clearly failing in his daily duties of posting dross, dross and more dross in the futile hope that he can depress the share price. The game is over QuePassa and the price is rising once again as the chart clearly shows. And the shareholders get their rewards tomorrow from EasyJet with a share out of the PROFITS. So when you report back to your line manager QuePassa let her know that there will be thousands of additional buyers in the market looking to reinvest their dividends back into EasyJet :-)
alex1621: I have read that book, but it's not about companies that fall out of an index and the effect that has on their share price, is it? LTCM became unstuck during the Russian debt crisis when the correlations between asset prices went out of whack. So what you really mean is that you have no proof, no analytical research, to back up your case? It's what you hope will happen, possibly because you have a short spread bet on the stock? I've no idea where EZJ will be at the end of the year, or next year for that matter ... and neither do you.
quepassa: Significantly increasing shorts over less than a month indicate in my opinion that certain professional traders believe the share price has further to fall. RyanAir's Q3 Update yesterday about the deleterious state of the short haul market underscores the growing problems in the sector. It does not surprise one that shorts are significantly increasing again. Certain investors are waiting for the dividend and once x-d, it would seem likely that certain investors may sell holdings which will add further weakness to an already falling share price. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa: If you strip out the 53.8p forthcoming divi, the share price would be beneath 900p. The problem with a theoretical x-d share price at 890p is that chances of expulsion in my opinion only from the FTSE 100 index will be (significantly) increasing, especially if the share price further weakens. If this were to happen, certain institutions which are solely index-trackers or FTSE 100 investors may become forced sellers. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa: Quite wrong, there . You will undoubtedly have seen in today's FT that the ONS reported that tourist visits to the UK since the Brexit referendum and the pound's plunge was a tiny 2% higher over 3 months to September compared to 2015. The month of September recorded a puny 1% increase y-o-y. This has confounded pundits who forecast a great increase in tourist visits to the UK. No doubt these figures from the Office of National Statistics will undermine any misplaced confidence about heavy additional inflows to the UK of air-passengers. It is just getting worse and worse for the airlines. The only way to mop up all the additional seat capacity will be through lower and lower seat prices which will hit profitability hard. This will most likely impact on dividends paid to shareholders in the short-haul sector. Herewith link to the ONS:- A very bad couple of weeks for the EZJ share price. Has slumped from 1100 to 1020p in very short order and in my opinion looks like it will fall significantly further. The ONS statistics do not add any comfort whatsoever in an already bleak, unrelenting , unforgiving and highly negative operating environment for the sector. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
suffersnofools: Ah Liberum - Tells clients to sell ARM with 650p target, which then gets bought for 1700p So they were out by 162% - if we apply the same 162% margin of error to their EZJ price target of 825p we can infer the true target is 2160p ARM Holdings plc 34.3% Potential Decrease Indicated by Liberum Capital ARM Holdings plc using EPIC/TICKER code LON:ARM has had its stock rating noted as ‘Reiterates217; with the recommendation being set at ‘SELL’ this morning by analysts at Liberum Capital. ARM Holdings plc are listed in the Technology sector within UK Main Market. Liberum Capital have set a target price of 650 GBX on its stock. This would indicate that the analyst believes there is a downside of 34.3% from the opening price of 989 GBX. Over the last 30 and 90 trading days the company share price has decreased 61 points and decreased 51 points respectively.
tlobs2: Interesting that whilst the FTSE is losing quite a lot of the ground made yesterday "beleaguered" EasyJet has seen its share price rise by 11p. Not many trading hours left for those with significant short positions to start to pick up shares at the £10 mark. Possible scenarios to consider 1. Possible bad news? - most concern is already priced into the share price. Might drop slightly in the short term before bouncing back to the robust support level that we have seen at £10. 2. Average results with moderate concerns for the future - Price would be seen as undervalued and the price start to rise on a weekly basis. 3. Good results and moderate concerns for the future - Price almost certain to increase to a minimum of around £12 within a couple of days 4. Good results and optimism for the future - Rapid price increase to around £15 5. Good results, optimism for the future and possibly confirmation of the city rumours from a couple of months ago (albeit early days) - Rapid price rise to £18 DYOR and good luck with 2, 3, 4 or 5 :-)
olivert: Que & Nigel pm - It is so entertaing to read such bearish posts. It is true the share price will fluctuate on sentiment; but when the financial results are produced in November... the share price will be aligned with the eps. One article predicted the worst case is that Easyjet profits will be 23% down on Last Year. Therefore based on that calculation - the revised share price is approx £11.00. Virtually the same as the last prediction of £11.09 by Credit Suisse. Therefore going to £11 before any possibility of £8. DYOR.
tlobs2: Have Liberum tipped Jeremy Corbyn to be the next Prime Minister yet? Not that they have any history of ever calling things completely wrong. Oh hang on a minute there was ARM Holdings .......... Lest we forget ......... Thursday, 19 May 2016 10:00 AM (ftse news) On Wednesday analysts at Liberum Capital reiterated ARM Holdings PLC’s (LON:ARM) shares as ‘Sell’ in a research note issued to investors. Following Liberum Capital’s latest price target of 650 on the business this highlights that the broker now believes there is a decrease of -30.33% from ARM Holdings PLC’s current share price of 933. And just a few weeks later ... ARM Holdings has agreed to be sold to Japan’s SoftBank for £24.3bn, in a deal that will see Britain’s most successful technology company transferred to foreign ownership to capitalise on the growth of “the internet of things”. The Cambridge-based group, whose microchips are used in the iPhone and more than 95% of all smartphones, said its board would recommend the all-cash deal to shareholders. SoftBank will pay £17 a share – 43% more than ARM’s closing share price on Friday and 41% more than ARM’s all-time high closing share price. ARM shareholders will also received an interim dividend of 3.78p a share. So with respect, I put zero valuation on any comments or valuations from Liberum until further notice.
lucas5950: To be honest isn't the dividend in itself worth the buy? The share price used to be £19! Yes i know that past performance isn't a future indicator but Easyjet is a solid company, this market is prone to shocks but in the end it still manages to climb from past lows to new highs. Based on the high dividend and a low share price at the moment, i see this as an opportunity to buy and hold. Be patient and reap the rewards every year while also enjoying the growth in the share price I wouldn't be interested at £15+ personally but there's just to much of a good opportunity at these levels. I'm happy with the 5%+ return every year. :)
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