Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Easyjet 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
  +0.00p +0.00% 1,034.00p 1,034.00p 1,035.00p - - - 0 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 4,686.0 686.0 139.1 7.4 4,107.13

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Easyjet Daily Update: Easyjet is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EZJ. The last closing price for Easyjet was 1,034p.
Easyjet has a 4 week average price of 1,108.32p and a 12 week average price of 1,083.04p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,820p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0p.
There are currently 397,208,133 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,925,153 shares. The market capitalisation of Easyjet is £4,107,132,095.22.
quepassa: Taurus, Behavioural science. Once an individual/analyst has anchored himself to a price/idea/concept/notion/figure/target, it is very difficult for that analyst to break free from that anchor. This is why analysts so frequently get it badly wrong when a share price starts moving fast. They are anchored. Imagine a ship tied to a big rock. The ship might move around the rock a little as the regular tides come and go. But the same ship is firmly chained to that big rock and can't even break free when a major storm starts blowing. This is generally how analysts act from a behavioural point of view. It's hard to admit that as an analyst you may be wrong and on account of that you frequently just keep hanging on to your original idea. People find it tough to accept that their notion may be wrong so they continue being anchored to a false reality although actual reality has moved on. Another problem with the analyst industry is that EVERYBODY LOVES them when they UPGRADE recommendations or they increase PRICE TARGETS. But the same is most certainly not true when they DOWNGRADE and LOWER. - Especially perhaps any given company whose shares they are grading. It doesn't generally make analysts popular. That's why, perhaps, in my opinion only you had a totally bizarre situation yesterday, where (with the price at 1134p) Barclays lowered the price target on EasyJet significantly from 1150p to 1050p but reiterated hold. Whilst my personal view is that Barclays were right to lower the Price Target, I personally totally fail to comprehend the inherent mixed signals in that recommendation which is fundamentally to hold the security but Barclays think the price will fall. For me personally, that is incomprehensible. Why would a broker house recommend HOLD if they think the price may or will fall? And indeed, fall it did. That is precisely why Liberum has , unfairly in my opinion, come in for some stick on this bulletin board for being brave enough to stick its head out and away from the relative safety of the pack. But well done Liberum, is all I can say. It seems to me that slowly, grudgingly and reluctantly the analyst community is coming to terms with the harsh new reality of the exceptionally tough and adverse operating environment in the European short-haul sector. And are beginning perhaps to accept that they must re-anchor but they are generally behind the curve and generally display sheep-like tendencies where they enjoy the relative comfort of flocking together. My guess is that we are unlikely yet to have seen the last of the analyst downgrades. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa: Major slump in the share price today. Down a whopping 48p or 4.2% today. Fell through barrier of 1100p and closed at 1086p. That's not good. Who can say but the share may or may not hit Barclays downwardly revised share price target of 1050p sooner rather than later given the growing number and array of vicissitudes within a very turbulent short-haul sector. This sector unfortunately seems beset by a wide range of issues and problems including competition, capacity, geopolitical concerns, discounting and industrial disharmony beyond any airline's control. There is still the concerning Balpa pilots ballot for possible industrial action which is underway and who knows what any outcome of that may or may not be. Very worryingly, Barclays say in their Broker Note issued today as reported in The Guardian that: " However, it would be dangerous to assume a ‘bounceback’ in the geopolitical or operational environment next year. In fact, we think investors should be braced for a tough winter," Yikes! "...investors should be braced for a tough winter..." doesn't sound at all good to me, in my opinion only. But best to read this snippet carefully within the full context of the whole Guardian/Barclays article which contains a lot of interesting but sobering commentary in my opinion. Here is the link to The Guardian article which quotes Barclays extensively. It doesn't make for happy reading though in my opinion. Overall a pretty downbeat, if not disconcerting and somewhat worrying article in my opinion. And as if any airline needed it, yet more woe is heaped onto an already difficult operating environment with the French announcing another 24 hour strike which commences this evening. This is their 14th. strike this year according to the Mail Online. Another situation outside any airline's control control. Easyjet say that 65% of their flights fly over France and that this will have an impact on their flying program. I guess it will indeed. Full details on Easy's web-site. Just look for the FLIGHT INFO TAB and then navigate to Latest Travel Info. I think Easyjet is a really great airline but it's definitely not plain-sailing at the moment for any airline due to so many things beyond their control and a very tough operating environment in my opinion. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa: share price last year 1900p. Share price today 1160p and that's your definition of going up? I make that down about 40%, don't you?
tlobs2: As August come to an end let's look back at the hundreds of QuePassa posts and balance that with the share price....... The share price at +10% wins hands down. It looks like QuePassa has failed miserably and he will get a good reaming when his boss calls him in. QuePassa, you need to do more than just googling ryanair and then using ctrl C and ctrl V to earn your wages. QuePassa you're fired !!!!!
danpollard: QP, you forget that Egypt, Turkey, Tunisia and French terrorism events are already baked into the share price. That’s old news. The EU isn’t crumbling post Brexit and the figures prove this. The market is slowly coming to terms with this realisation and the share price is slowly grinding up. True, we might not see £19 any time soon, but £13 and £14 are very possible and a decent return for anyone who got in around the £10 level.
tlobs2: PMSL Eh Pinocchio, how come you never posted on this thread when the share price was 1900p then? I would suggest you look back over all your posts and get back to us with a message number so that we can verify your real entry point which was nearer £10. And why is the share price continuing to rise? And please don't blame it on the possible takeover again.
the oxford whale: The key here is to watch the price action as various bits of bad news have come out. As QuePassa correctly states, Turkey coup, ISIS, bad weather, airport strikes, brexit uncertainty are all things that cause negative sentiment here. However the share price has seen huge support at the £10 level despite most of these things happening since June 24th. I have seen the same thing happen on a multitude of shares. When the share price starts to ignore repeated bad news there is a high probability that a bottom is in and the next move will be significantly to the upside. From looking at both fundamental and technical analysis this could be up to £14 for starters imo.
the oxford whale: All of that is already known QuePassa, hence why all the airline stocks have already taken a hammering. The only way this is going lower is if something else happens. Since the share price hit £10, Turkey and various ISIS attacks have happened and yet the share price has actually gone up. This should tell you that all the bad news is already well priced in. With rumours about a bid on the cards then we could rapidly see a short squeeze up to the £14 level, which I reckon is fair value. Bicycle clips time for those short imo.
tlobs2: Good point amt. Last week we had very good passenger figures released by easyJet. Then on Friday morning we had Beaufort Securities upgrade easyJet to 'buy'. We then saw a steady rise in the share price and now we have the prospect of more significant savings via cheaper aviation fuel prices. The highest the share price has been his year has been £18:46 and whilst I don't think it will go back to that level in the short term it makes £14/£15 a reasonable target in a few months time.
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.
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