Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
International Consolidated Airlines Group LSE:IAG London Ordinary Share ES0177542018 ORD EUR0.50 (CDI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.00p -0.32% 614.00p 612.50p 613.50p 619.00p 610.00p 617.50p 6,808,172 16:35:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 19,233.8 2,013.1 79.3 7.6 12,927.77

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International Airlines Group Daily Update: International Consolidated Airlines Group is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IAG. The last closing price for International Airlines Group was 616p.
International Consolidated Airlines Group has a 4 week average price of 543.50p and a 12 week average price of 516p.
The 1 year high share price is 619p while the 1 year low share price is currently 337.10p.
There are currently 2,105,499,961 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 6,038,539 shares. The market capitalisation of International Consolidated Airlines Group is £12,927,769,760.54.
younasm: You would think the lower oil price might be bullish for share price --- but that's too simple :-)
redbaron10: I've ceased trying to understand the movements of this share price.UK banks up,so theoretically this share should rise as a correlation/proxy to better economic data coming through.The strengthening dollar/lowered oil price obviously has trumped this investment theory today,so the share price descends 2.5%!!! Oh well,on to the next theory...........
redbaron10: Brexit,Brexit and Brexit.3 reasons why IAG shares bombed again.I just love the excuses business analysts use to explain the price drops.With Easyjet,it was striking French airtraffic controllers.With IAG it was the fact they are slowing growth plans for the airline because of Paris/Brussels terror attacks and the softening demand for premium travel seats.Willie and IAG's forward guidance is to match last year's bumper profits.Logically then it is only reasonable for the share price to fall another 5%,to match the already 5% share price fall for the entire fiscal year to date.Makes perfect sense to me! Hopefully,the share price will be 525p on 24/6, the day after the referendum ,and i can start investing here again.At least a dividend is payable now to provide an incentive for investing.A nice special one-off dividend payment like Easyjet managed a while back wouldn't go amiss.But no, i'm sure share buy-backs will be the priority as usual. Just galls me when shorters cash in everytime it's results time with IAG at my and other investors expense.Well not now because i'm not in here.But surely the company can do more to protect itself and shareholders against the blatant manipulation that goes on around results time.26m shares traded yesterday.Opening price 525p,finished the day around the same price.At one point share dropped suddenly to 518p,then a few minutes and trades later, low and behold,share price was back to 525p where it stayed.Emphasises the fact that whatever results are announced,this share price will fall.That can't be right.
redbaron10: Well why does your theory work for BT,and not for IAG? Why doesn't the share price move up with every broker upgrade on IAG? If the uncertainty over the EU is affecting the IAG share price then why are brokers making recommendations on the share at this uncertain time and making themselves look foolish? The brokers don't know the result of the referendum,so why are they making recommendations on the share at this time?
redbaron10: Keep looking in on these.Only 9 odd weeks to the referendum.While singing Willie's praises as a CEO,and his formidable skill in dealing with the unions at BA and Iberia,he has led a few unwary investors up the garden path with his own share purchase recently.It was no good him saying a possible brexit would not have a serious impact on IAG because the market quite clearly doesn't believe him looking at the current share price.IAG had a period of share buybacks to add to reserves for employee share schemes which supported the share price last year,but then announced to all that they had completed the share buyback and were no longer in the market! Finally a dividend was declared,to be paid in July.This share will muddle along now for 9 more weeks,with possibly some action next week with the results due,but in my experience good blow-out numbers invariably lead to a share price drop anyway! I will get back in post 23/6, but the Chancellor of the Exchequer with his lowering of CGT in the budget for higher rate tax payers,has made this share a total free for all to city spivs,speculators and day traders in the period after the referendum result.Small private investors have been poorly served here with IAG's actions
nil pd: ..and don't we (as in 'the British') love to hate the French?! Legislate against strike action; it's tantamount to treason, given entire economies can be undermined. Think the miner's strike - Scargill brought down governments, snuffed out miners' jobs and the British mining industry, and starved his own followers for good measure. So often little good comes of it. Once upon a few hundred years ago, such action was helpful. Not today. Not because my IAG share price is down. I can afford that. Can the French wives and families afford it?
redbaron10: I've been trying to understand the dynamics of this share price ever since i heard Jim Cramer confidently predict a fall in oil prices is a boon to airline stocks.Stupidly i hadn't appreciated he was referencing US airline stocks,not worldwide airline stocks which i presumed.Having invested in IAG over 14 months ago,the share price is flat or slightly negative.Every broker analyst is a screaming 'buy' rating with 12 month out share price predictions well over £7 in most cases.Good air traffic stats every month,good quarter and annual results,nothing gives the shares a short-term boost.Easyjet and Ryanair shares follow a similar pattern.My conclusion is that because the shares are cdi's and no stamp duty is paid on their purchase in the UK,the share is cheaper to trade on a day trading basis and the institutions and market-makers do everything to avoid volatile share price movements here.This share is predominantly affected by Euro/dollar exchange rate.A strong dollar mitigates all the low oil price advantages to be gained by airlines.Unfortunately,the ECB will be looking to depreciate the Euro again this week.A chance to test my theory with this share.
redbaron10: IAG shares have gone nowhere in a year.I know 1bn went on acquiring Air Lingus and there were a lot of share buy-backs,mostly at the top of the market,but despite the recent Zika virus why are the shares lanquishing with oil at $30pb! I've noticed that when the oil price fell,either IAG shares treaded water or sometimes even fell when logic dictates that with the supposed inverse relationship with this share and the oil price the share price should rise.Then when we have witnessed an oil price rise then the correlation kicks in and sure enough the IAG share price tumbles.Is it the old legacy issue of the pension fund acting as an anchor on this share? Most broker recommendations have been targeted at over £7 for most of this year and yet they've never got near that price.Are we whistling in the wind,or are we gonna receive a nice dividend present on Friday for our loyalty here?Failing that,what is the point in having any investment at all in this risky business!
mike740: Share of the week: IAG gets Ryanair's backing By Lee Wild | Fri, 10th July 2015 - 16:33 Ryanair (RYA) boss Michael O'Leary has finally and begrudgingly accepted International Consolidated Airlines' (IAG) offer for Aer Lingus. The Irishman had refused to give up his 29.8% stake in the budget carrier following a €1.3 billion (£940 million) bid from the British Airways owner. But IAG was in demand for other reasons this week and the shares are up 8% in side five days. Getting Ryanair's backing for the deal - already accepted by the Irish government which owned 25% of the business - means IAG can now move forward. It just needs approval from the European competition authorities. And this is clearly good business for Willie Walsh's IAG. Aer Lingus has 23 valuable Heathrow slot pairs, and its fleet of short-haul A320 jets will sit well alongside the flag carrier's existing operators - Iberia, British Airways and Vueling - which have all integrated well. Of course, low oil prices and a thriving economy help the airlines. IAG shares have soared from just 140p three years ago to a high of 630p in March. On Friday they kissed technical support at around 530p, as high as they've been for five weeks. But analysts at Credit Suisse believe there's much more to come. In a note published on Tuesday, the broker repeated its 'outperform' rating for IAG and 750p price target. In a note analysing transatlantic business, Credit Suisse tips earnings per share (EPS) to grow by 84% in 2015 to €0.74, then by 34% next year and 13% in 2017. That puts IAG shares on a modest forward price/'earnings ratio of less than 10 for 2015, dropping to just 7 next year. Expect pricing growth in all fare classes on the Heathrow to JFK route persisting into summer, it says. There has been no discernible increase in price competition, and BA's leading share of 60% of Heathrow-US positions it to continue to deliver strong pricing. "In Europe, IAG's investment case is most Transatlantic-centric and we expect a strong summer for IAG to re-invigorate the share price with it trading at 4.7x 2016E EV/EBITDAR, the lowest multiple of the big five European names," writes analyst Neil Glynn.
rufio90210: Would this takeover make iag share price fall short term ?
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