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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ryanair Hldg. LSE:RYA London Ordinary Share IE00B1GKF381 ORD EUR0.00635
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.13 -1.02% 12.56 12.53 12.55 12.83 12.45 12.74 1,430,962 16:35:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m) RN NRN
Travel & Leisure 5,654.0 982.4 62.6 20.1 16,995.56

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lbo: http://www.independent.ie/business/irish/despite-dividends-investment-in-airlines-still-comes-with-a-serious-health-warning-3103783.html The current valuations of our airlines should also give would-be investors pause for thought. Ryanair, which will soon report results for the year-ended March 2012, trades at a price to earnings ratio of 12.6. That means its share price is roughly 12.6 times its current earnings per share, making it look expensive compared to Aer Lingus's P/E ratio of 7.3 and IAG's 7.1 (Though more in line with Lufthansa's 11.3, Southwest's 11.97 and US Airways' 10.57.) Ryanair's 'price to book' -- the ratio of its share price to book value/assets per share -- tells a similar story. Ryanair has the second highest price to book, coming in at 2.0 against easyJet's 1.3, IAG's 0.8, Aer Lingus's 0.6, Lufthansa's 0.6 and Air France KLM's 0.2. One view is that the market is betting Ryanair can put its assets to better use than the other airlines -- a view borne out by the airline's consistent ability to outperform its peers on virtually all performance metrics. Another view is that Ryanair's share value is simply too high, that while there should be a premium for Ryanair's superior management, the premium is too great.
lbo: http://www.fxcentre.com/news.asp?2914213 Ryanair's stocks fell 6c to E4.04 after Merrion Stockbrokers said the airline's fuel bills will rise by up to 30pc over the next two years and it won't be able to recover all of this cost in higher fares, according to an analysis from Merrion Stockbrokers this morning. Analyst, Gerard Moore, is downgrading the airline's shares to "sell" from "Hold". "While Ryanair is likely to pay a special dividend of E500m in 2013, ultimately, earnings estimates will drive the share price. Over the next two years unit fuel costs will rise by 30pc. Non fuel unit costs are also rising. We believe the market overestimates Ryanair's ability to recover this cost inflation. Fares are already at a decade high level and have risen faster than peers over the last two years. The European consumer remains weak while capacity grows. Given this earnings risk we downgrade the stock to Sell from Hold. Our 2014 EPS forecast is 16pc below consensus," he said.
spob: from ft alphaville NHActually NHCaz have published another good note BEWhat's that on? NHRyanair NHinvestor day tomorrow BEAh. "Come and meet O'Leary" NHwhere we will learn how O'Leary is going to run the business for cash NHafter the bust up with Boeing Welcome to Markets Live. New messages will appear here as they are posted. BESo what are they expecting? NHA special dividend of €1.12 is equivalent to a yield of 32% on the current share price. BEThat looks quite nice. NHyes NHwanna set the full note? BEGo on. NHRyanair Caz Ryanair - [RYA.I RYA ID] €3.46 Outperform Sector Neutral Update ahead of investor day Ryanair management will hold an investor update meeting on Thursday. This follows the announcement just before Christmas that Ryanair and Boeing had failed to agree terms for a new order for 200 737 aircraft for delivery after 2010. As a consequence the group has stated that it will now "bring forward plans to significantly reduce growth and capital expenditures, in order to maximise cash balances for distribution to shareholders during the period 2012-2015." This is likely to involve a significant reduction in FY2011 and FY2012 capital expenditure as the group reduces its rate of capacity growth. We expect management to provide details of the capital expenditure plan at the meeting on Thursday and to flesh out the practicalities of running the business for cash. This is likely to involve a degree of network rationalisation and a focus on higher yielding routes while maintaining cost discipline. As the rate of capacity growth slows in the coming years it is likely that the group will experience some unit cost pressure, measured on a per passenger basis, but this is likely to be offset by commensurate improvements in yield. NHOur analysis, set out in our note of 11 December, suggests that, all else being equal, a moderation in the rate of capacity growth would actually generate higher EPS than we currently expect so long as it was accompanied by yield growth in excess of 3% p.a. As can be seen from the table below, our no growth scenario suggests that Ryanair EPS could emerge 20% higher than our present forecasts in FY2011 and 35% higher in FY 2012. We expect to refine our assumptions after the management presentation on Thursday. NHMoreover we estimate that the group could return about €1.7bn of cash to shareholders in FY2013 if it decided to run the business for cash, equivalent to €1.12 per share. This is based on our no growth scenario of 6.5% p.a. yield growth, which would take average fares back up to FY2009 levels by FY2013. A special dividend of €1.12 is equivalent to a yield of 32% on the current share price. On our current forecasts, based on assumed capacity growth of 15% in the year to March 2011 the stock trades on a 2010E calendar adjusted PER of 16.2x, which compares to 11.2x for easyJet, where the share price has recent come under some pressure following the announcement of the departure of the CEO. If our no growth scenario turns out to be correct the PER falls to 13.7x which is undemanding in our view. Thus the prospect of faster EPS growth and tangible cash returns in a few years time makes this stock attractive and we reiterate our Outperform recommendation. NHRyanair NHticking up NH0.7% higher at eur3.48 h
ballamory1: the share price will collapse now, why would you post such rubbish
royton dale: Recent share price falls-i suppose the question is did Ryan benefit from Esay Jets problems or suffer in the same way? A test of management i guess.
lbo: Good news already factored into the Ryanair share price http://www.independent.ie/business/irish/good-news-already-factored-into-the-ryanair-share-price-2052143.html
lbo: http://www.sharecast.com/cgi-bin/sharecast/story.cgi?story_id=3258937 Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), in contrast, rates the shares as no more than a 'hold', and recommends taking profits on any sign of share price strength. It appears to be using a different discounted cash flow model to Citi, valuing the shares at €3.50 each using its earnings estimates. RBS's underlying net earnings estimate for fiscal 2010 is €328m, down from its previous estimate of €337m but still well above company guidance. Deutsche Bank also has a 'hold' recommendation on the shares, with a price target of €3.4
poo bear: "RYANAIR ADVISES THAT IT HAS ACQUIRED A 16% STAKE IN AER LINGUS AND ANNOUNCES AN ALL-CASH OFFER OF Euro2.80 PER SHARE VALUING AER LINGUS AT Euro1.481BN The board of Ryanair Holdings plc today (5th October 2006) advises that it has acquired over 16% of the issued share capital of Aer Lingus Group plc. Ryanair now announces its intention to make an all cash offer of Euro2.80 per share for the issued share capital of Aer Lingus not already in the ownership of Ryanair. This offer is conditional on, among other things, obtaining at least a majority of the shares in Aer Lingus. This cash offer values Aer Lingus at approximately Euro1.481bn and represents a premium of 27% (approximately) over last week's IPO share price of Euro2.20 per share and a premium of 12% (approximately) over last evening's closing price for Aer Lingus shares of Euro2.51. The share price appreciation since the Aer Lingus IPO occurred during the same short period in which Ryanair acquired over 16% of Aer Lingus shares at an average price of Euro2.42 per share. During the 2nd and 3rd of October - the two days during which Ryanair was not actively buying Aer Lingus shares - the share price fell back from Euro2.48 to Euro2.41. Speaking at the launch of the offer this morning, Ryanair's CEO, Michael O'Leary, said: "This offer represents a unique opportunity to form one strong airline group for Ireland and for European consumers. We will expand, enhance and upgrade the Aer Lingus operations. This offer - if successful - means both companies will continue to operate separately and compete vigorously in the small number of routes on which we both operate - currently around 17 of the approximately 500 routes operated by the two airlines. We believe the price of Euro2.80 to be an excellent offer. If accepted the Irish Government will realise over Euro500m from the sale of their Aer Lingus shares, and the employees will realise over Euro220m which equates to an average of over Euro60,000 per employee." The combined strength of Ryanair and Aer Lingus would establish an Irish airline group with over 50m passengers annually, capable of competing on the European and World stage against other large European airline groups, including Lufthansa /SAS/Swiss (75m passengers), Air France/KLM (70m passengers) and BA/Iberia (63m passengers). As the European airline industry consolidates, this acquisition, if it proceeds, will largely replicate previous consolidations in, for example, France (Air France/Brit Air/Regionale/KLM), UK (BA/B.Cal/DanAir/City Express), Germany (Lufthansa/Eurowings/Lufthansa Cityline/Swiss) and Scandinavia (SAS/ Braethens). There are benefits of combining these two Irish and European airlines into one group. To give a flavour of what this offer - if successful - might mean to Aer Lingus, its stakeholders and the people of Ireland and Europe, Ryanair intends to:- *Reduce Aer Lingus' average short haul fare (Euro87.55 in 2005) by 2 1/2% a year for a minimum period of four years; *Reduce Aer Lingus' fuel surcharges as the price of oil falls from recent highs; *Retain the Aer Lingus brand; *Retain the Heathrow slots; *Retain all profitable routes currently operated by Aer Lingus; *Reduce Aer Lingus' costs through improved efficiencies and Ryanair's superior purchasing power; *Give Aer Lingus access to the benefit of Ryanair's lower cost aircraft deliveries and lower cost financing facilities; *Upgrade Aer Lingus' transatlantic fleet and improve its long haul product; *Maintain Aer Lingus as a stand alone, separate company within one strong Irish airline group under common ownership but run as separate competing airlines.
bergster56: Hi, I posted on this site afew months ago, stating I felt RYA were in real trouble. A quick analysis of EZJ'S financials from 2005-2008 doesn't inspire me with confidence: 1. Return on capital employed is single digit, and actually negative if we assume it'll make a loss by this yea end - which is on the cards given the recent 08 interims 2. Asset turnover has worringly droppped below £1 in the last year or so. This basically means they're not getting maximum use out of their current assets. Load factors dropping also support this 3. Regarding working capital, their current ratio is floating just above 1, and has dropped from 3 in 2005. That's worrying 4. Interest cover has dropped from 19 in 04, to close to zero in 08. Dodgy 5. Gearing has risen from below 1 to well over one now - indicating increased financial liabilities short oand long term 6. Earnings per share have risen from 10p in 04 to 30 plus pence in 07, but look to come crashing down to close to zero at this year end My own personal feeling is that EZJ may survive the current economic 'perfect storm' but is likely to drop in value in the coming 6-9 months well below its current share price. Who knows, sub 200p, sub 150p or sub 100p? Any views? Does anyone feel RYA is in more/less/same trouble as EZJ seem to be in?
djderry: Added to my holding today.Nothing like a bit of fear and loathing in the market to push a share price down.I like to own 'best-of-breed' companies.Yes,it's being hammered by the oil price and the lack of hedging.It's easy to be wise after the event.Had oil gone the other way,the market would be lauding Michael O' Leary as a hero.Don't you mind them,Michael.Did you ever know that you're my hero....

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