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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Easyjet LSE:EZJ London Ordinary Share GB00B7KR2P84 ORD 27 2/7P
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +5.00 +0.31% 1,632.00 1,632.00 1,634.00 1,656.00 1,612.00 1,620.00 1,263,171 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m) RN NRN
Travel & Leisure 4,686.0 686.0 139.1 11.7 6,482.44

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mattmcdowell: I agree I think the price drop is due to the Saudis bombing Yemen. Oil price fluctuation has been effecting EZJ share price all quarter. As soon as it oil drops again which in my opinion it will. I'm guessing EZJ will rise especially with today's company forecast.
dukedosh: SHARE TIPS FROM INVESTORS CHRONICLE easyJet PLC Thu 03 July 2014 A A A Recommendation type: Growth Harriet Russell A slew of profit warnings flooded the airline sector last month, prompting many companies' share prices to plummet. While swimming against the tide is not for the faint of heart, we feel the recent share price ructions have created a buying opportunity in the shares of high-quality carrier easyJet (EZJ), which incidentally has not been among those companies to warn. While the shares do not stand out as particularly cheap compared with those of peers, the stock's attraction is to be found in easyJet's robust business model and growth potential. This is reflected in the fact that the budget airline has not retracted its growth projections like many of its competitors did last month. This, coupled with the fact that easyJet shares are trading at a 12 per cent discount to their two-year average PE ratio and inside the lowest quartile of ratings recorded over that period, suggests the current share price offers an attractive entry point for new investors. The airline sector is in a state of flux. Rival group Ryanair (RYA) has issued two profit warnings in the last year, while Irish competitor Aer Lingus (AERL) is suffering at the hands of poor industrial relations with staff. The latest casualty is travel firm Dart (DTG), owner of budget airline Jet2, which last month warned 2015 operating profits would not meet expectations: Dart's share price plummeted 26 per cent. Meanwhile, several carriers are pushing back or cancelling future aircraft orders in a bid to pinch pennies. For example, Airbus (AIR) suffered a major setback earlier in June after Emirates Airlines, the fast-growing Gulf carrier, cancelled a $16bn order for 70 new A350 passenger jets. But easyJet has arguably emerged the leader of budget airlines, despite being only the fifth largest carrier in Europe by passenger numbers. It made significant changes to its product offering in the last year or so, such as allocated seating and better focus on business travellers - strategies its competitors are now trying their best to replicate. But unlike its rivals, easyJet has not fallen foul of pricing pressure or insurmountable costs. It also seems unfazed by the recent hike in the oil price following the latest violence in Iraq and Ukraine. Additional slots at London Gatwick airport were picked up from rival group Flybe (FLYB) last year, and will help easyJet capitalise on its aggressive capacity plans. A 7 per cent increase in European short-haul routes is pencilled in for the coming year. Interestingly, the airline is less concerned about the so-called weak demand in Europe, which its competitors are quick to blame for this year's profit squeeze. Analysts think easyJet's strong cash flow will prompt payment of another special dividend early next year, which is reflected in the forecasts used in the accompanying table. The group already returned £308m to shareholders following a strong financial performance in 2013. This amounted to 77.6p a share when coupled with the ordinary dividend. Admittedly, easyJet's days as the market dominator are not guaranteed. There's been a pick-up in competition from carriers such as Vueling and Norwegian Air Shuttle, and despite Ryanair's poor outlook, its shares are still a favourite among City analysts. But it is easyJet's controlled growth programme, and resilient performance in the past which prompt us to be bullish on the shares. It still holds a competitive cost advantage over legacy carriers and has maintained a lean cost base in recent years. EASYJET (EZJ) ORD PRICE: 1,371p MARKET VALUE: £5.4bn TOUCH: 1,371-1,372p 12-MONTH HIGH: 1,853p LOW: 1,139p FORWARD DIVIDEND YIELD: 7.0% FORWARD PE RATIO: 10 NET ASSET VALUE: 419p NET CASH: £285m Year to 30 Sep Turnover (£bn) Pre-tax profit* (£m) Earnings per share* (p) Dividend per share *(p) 2011 3.45 248 52 45.0 2012 3.85 317 62 21.5 2013 4.26 478 100 77.6 2014* 4.61 570 115 38.5 2015* 4.90 663 135 95.6 % change +6 +16 +17 +148 Normal market size: 1,000 Matched bargain trading Beta:1.21 *Investec estimates, adjusted PTP and EPS figures, DPS includes special dividends Share tip summary The shares have tumbled since March, but this is down to a lack of positive sentiment for the sector. It's our belief that momentum will return, especially if easyJet is able to hand back generous returns to shareholders in the coming year. At the moment, weakness in the share price, and a forward PE ratio of 14 dropping to 10 in 2015 should be considered a buying opportunity. Sometimes, it's best to trust in quality. Last IC view: Hold, 1,652p, 13 May 2014
taurusthebear: Some shares people trade, and others they invest in. I personally buy EZJ below 17 quid, and sell above 18, so I'm doing nowt today. I don't see EZJ as a doubler within 18-24 months, the way, for example, of GRG and HWDN etc., and hence I trade it according to my current criteria. If it goes down to 16 quid tomorrow, unless due to horrendous news, I'd top up in due course and wait for 18 quid. Each to their own. I couldn't give a fig what others do. EZJ is a big enough company not to have it's share price influenced by BB gossip. :0)
aishah: EasyJet share price soars as revenue beats expectations The better than expected results triggered a four per cent rise in EasyJet's share price in early trading. Europeans' continued desire to hit the beach in May and June offset difficulties in the three months to 30 June which included the French air traffic control strike and a fire at Rome's Fiumicino airport. Total revenue fell by one per cent to £1.22bn as revenue per seat dropped 5.4 per cent to £59.08. However, capacity grew by 4.7 per cent to 20.8m seats, boosting the total number of passengers carried by 6.2 per cent to 19.1m. httP://www.cityam.com/220684/easyjet-share-price-soars-revenue-beats-expectations
tintin82: The share price is being hit due to the results being slightly below the middle of previous guidance. Added to that the whole sector is being hurt with the Paris attacks.
urgentclick: I was looking at the easyJet http://corporate.easyjet.com/investors/financial-calendar.aspx?sc_lang=en page about AGM and dividend timetable but I cannot see any information about the ex dividend date. Given the tanking share price today along with the record profits announcement, is this because today is the ex-div day?
cestnous: I.C> on undervalued shares today; The cut-throat environment of the airline market means that many investors choose to steer clear of this cyclical sector. High capital expenditure from these economically sensitive companies is another aspect that often makes markets jittery. But that could be a boon for value investors looking at easyJet (EZJ), the budget airline that somehow trades at a 25 per cent consensus earnings forecast discount to peer Ryanair. Key fears that may be driving easyJet’s share price down include speculation about growing competition, higher primary airport charge inflation and industry capacity discipline breaking down. Then there were April’s air traffic control strikes in France, a disruption that reportedly dragged down profits by £25m. But long-term prospects look decent. Acompetitive cost base and strong strategic positions at key slot-constrained primary airports should provide a platform for value, growth and cash generation. Importantly, capacity growth on easyJet’s network is high, and demand has been robust enough to offset recent events in Greece and north Africa. Part of this prosperity is down to easyJet gaining a decent foothold over rivals. For example, it’s been buoyed by Ryanair failing to close the digital gap and achieved success by moving quickly to offer allocated seating and a better focus on business travellers. Careful cost control and savings from a low fuel price – even if some of those savings have been lost through lower fares – similarly indicate the astute management of this company. That makes easyJet a decent candidate for value investors willing to stomach the volatile nature of airline shares. It may face ongoing challenges, but we reckon that’s fairly reflected in the discounted rating of what’s ultimately a quality company. In spite of the ups and downs, shares in easyJet could soar over the long term.
mattmcdowell: Can't understand why this share price isn't hovering around the 1800s.
aishah: Edmund Shing: Budget airlines EasyJet and Ryanair soar toward investment success "A final note on EasyJet: not only is it cheaper on valuation than either Ryanair or Wizz Air, but it also offers a decent 3.7% dividend yield and is sitting on over £400m of cash - both good supports to the share price. While normally I am not a fan of investing in airline shares, I would make an exception for EasyJet." htTp://www.ibtimes.co.uk/edmund-shing-budget-airlines-easyjet-ryanair-soar-toward-investment-success-1523970
scaramanga1906: The share price was higher than it is now in early 2014 when oil was >$100. The prevailing consensus was that we'd seen the last of cheap oil forever. Don't waste time listening to broker noise IMO.

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