Avation Dividends - AVAP

Avation Dividends - AVAP

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Avation Plc AVAP London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
9.50 9.64% 108.00 08:14:36
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
100.50 100.50 108.50 98.50
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Posted at 15/9/2022 17:47 by russman
AVAP have re-valued their fleet upwards. Pretty hard for them not to make a net profit. The perils of lease accounting.
Posted at 01/7/2022 11:10 by faz147
Posted at 07/6/2022 07:47 by russman
This Easyjet A320 was owned by 99% sub CLA. For the bond refinancing it was "transferred" to AVAP without the consent of CLA's minority shareholders. Jeff (as sole director) is subject to a complaint under the City code(Takeovers & Mergers).
Posted at 26/10/2021 10:16 by sharesoc
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Posted at 14/10/2021 08:06 by russman
Might be an opportune moment to ask Richard if the statutory Auditor has signed off AVAP Annual Report yet or there are still "bones of contention".
Posted at 01/10/2021 06:13 by russman
AVAP is a leasing company. It makes a profit when leasing rates are lower than its WACC. The plus/minus/default on its fleet is a sideshow. The WACC is set unless AVAP buy back some bonds. No growth unless leasing rates rise significantly.
Posted at 30/9/2021 11:14 by bdbd11
avap has always been under the radar. I've been holding and trading for about 15 years. I remember many years ago when Jeff was buying shares for cash - at the hundreds of thousands of pounds level - at I think around the 80p mark: it was ignored for days. Not by me, I went very overweight and at one stage this was by far my biggest holding. If the aviation industry goes the same way as eg the energy industry and the containership market, then there could well be a shortage of aircraft worldwide, which will see the NAV balloon.
Posted at 30/9/2021 09:33 by a_game
An expected & stable picture for FY21. In the very capable hands of management. Sp sitting significantly below current NAV of £1.60+ which will likely get significantly bumped in 2022. The green light to carry on accumulating at these bargain levels! Incredible just how under the radar AVAP is.
Posted at 24/9/2021 06:12 by russman
AVAP is a lessor. AVAP's WACC is uncompetitive at the moment; principally due to the Bond financing. Jeff has made bad mistakes with timing. 1) the bond 3) bulking up jet purchases to use the bond financing. A dangerous gamble to lease long & borrow short.
Posted at 02/9/2021 06:47 by russman
Airlines with better credit can borrow and buy cheaper than leasing from AVAP. AVAP is in liquidation until its credit improves.
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