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|British Airways owner IAG is launching a new low-cost, long-haul airline from Barcelona
|Share buyback should be bullish -- but it's not really that reliable indicator --- depends on the business.I have started to close my bullish positions and now opening short positions at 570p (against the trend).I am expecting a peak price soon -- 590-610p, followed by summer sell-off back to 520-550-ish.Just my guess work -- 50% chance of getting it wrong.|
|The share buy backs by IAG is Bullish , Right ?|
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|More seats ;-)
'BA to offer less legroom than Ryanair on some planes'
|NED buys shares.He knows it makes sense.|
|British Airways named UK's top 'superbrand' for fourth successive year...|
|BA Needs to settle strike now as this has gone on to long now....
BA Carried 100 million passengers in 2016
‘Consumers value what they get from BA. If they didn’t, you wouldn’t have customers or see the numbers growing. Sales on board have been well in excess of what we expected.|
|Warren Buffet still interested in airlines. Analysts at Morgan Stanley say that: "based on historical precedent and the state of the airline] industry a full-scale acquisition of an airline by Mr Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway investment firm is a possibility, particularly if the stocks weaken”.|
|EPS up. Div up. Buyback announced. 600p again soon.|
|Must say was expecting better price action in the lead up to Friday.|
|A chap on the EZJ thread said the CEO of Air France spoke of better industry conditions in Europe this morning?
EZJ spiked up too.|
|Is today price move north the result of W. Buffett effect? Look what City AM said:
US AIRLINE shares took off after renowned investor Warren Buffett’s firm Berkshire Hathaway considerably upped its stake in the sector. American Airlines rose 2.1 per cent, Delta Air Lines flew up 2.6 per cent, Southwest Airlines added 3.6 per cent and United Continental Holidays added 2.7 per cent at the close of trading last night.
On Tuesday, Berkshire disclosed a $9.3bn (£7.5bn) holding in the industry and has spent more than $2.1bn each on shares of four carriers. Berkshire spent $2.15bn on 43.2m shares of Southwest, upped its stake in Delta by 60m shares and increased its position in American Airlines too. Alaska Airlines received a bump too, though Berkshire did not reveal shares in the carrier, as its shares increased 1.3 per cent|
|Deutsche Bank has acquired 5% of AIG but Qatar Airways is still de main shareholder with 20%.|
|600p later this year again should easily be attainable given no monster oil spike/nutters blowing up planes.|
|Azure, thanks mate. So pretty cheap and room for a move to 550+ over the coming weeks.|
|Davy 73.3, Goodbody 79.1, Investec 99.3, SG Sec 70.6. Concensus = 73.7. All EPS figures in Pence, Divi concensus 19.1P|
|500 proving tough.
Just looking at digital look for EPS forecasts. Are they normally pretty accurate?
Showing as 82 cents for next week.|
|British Airways cabin crew will stage a fresh four-day strike from 17 February in their dispute over pay, the Unite union has said.
The announcement comes one day before BA staff finish their most recent strike action.
|Go on IAG pay mixes fleet a decent wage rather lining your own back pockets corporate greed seen so often in this world.|
|Partially closed short positions at 479p. Looking to go long later this week.|
|What? No Warren Buffett effect here? WB has invested $797 million in American Airlines, $249.3 million in Delta, and $237.8 million in United Airlines.|
|Not surprised. Still cheap.|