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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
BR.Airways LSE:BAY London Ordinary Share GB0001290575 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 282.50 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 7,994.00 -531.00 -38.50 3,259
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 282.50 GBX

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03/11/2011
12:35
hello dolly: Looks like Iran is going to be attacked. Time to short BAY? Any thoughts?
12/7/2011
08:16
fiat lux: Bayfield Energy to list on Aim Bayfield Energy, a small Caribbean oil explorer set up up by the founders of the £1.7bn Burren Energy, is planning to list on London's junior Aim market. The company, which has key assets in Trinidad and Tobago, wants to float by early July, joining in the rash of oil and gas listings this year. Bayfield Energy is not yet saying how much it wants to raise from the float. The company is not yet saying how much it wants to raise, but disclosed that management and directors have put $47.5m (£29m) into the business so far. It aims to have production of 8,000 barrels of oil per day by 2013. Bayfield's predecessor, Burren Energy, floated on the London Stock Exchange with a market capitalisation of £175m in 2003 and five years later it was sold to Italian energy giant Eni for £1.7bn. Hywel John, chief executive of Bayfield Energy, said: "We are offering investors the opportunity to share in significant potential upside as we rapidly cycle the funds we raise in the initial public offering process through the business. "Our contracting of a jack-up rig presents a defined work programme for our Trinidad and Tobago assets with the potential to deliver substantial increases in shareholder value within a two-year time frame."
20/1/2011
15:27
factsonly: RIP BAY shares, you was a good share to trade, so predictable... paid for me and my missues RTW trip... a good few times at least. I wonder if shareholders in the new group will be given discounts on flights (across the entire group).
05/1/2011
13:08
anony mous: check this out...... http://www.economy-news.co.uk/british-airways-shares-05201101.html British Airways offer good upside potential says Barclays WEDNESDAY, 05 JANUARY 2011 12:10 Barclays (LON:BARC) have today maintained their 'overweight / positive' stance on British Airways Plc (LON:BAY) shares. Barclays have 370p a share as a fair value target suggesting an upside potential of 28% from current levels. At mid day on the FTSE 100 British Airways shares were a touch lower by 0.07% at 285.70.
20/12/2010
11:40
alphorn: Added a bullish position to my BAY exposures to take advantage of the lower share price (Now balanced bull/bearish positions).
17/12/2010
12:28
alphorn: The next Financial Statements will be for the 9mths to 31/12/10 - will that be the new combined group or does that come into force 01/01/11? From the BAY investor site: British Airways and Iberia received shareholder approval for their planned merger. The merger will create a new holding company International Airlines Group that will be ideally placed to lead future consolidation within the aviation industry. It will also create annual synergies rising to €400 million from the fifth year. The merger will be completed in mid January 2011. So I guess it will be the last standalone BAY results.
10/12/2010
09:28
enami: jailbird you will get 1 IAG for 1 BAY share. Iberia shareholders will get 1.0205 IAG for each Iberia share. IAG will be the combined market cap of BAY and IB. The details are in the shareholder circular http://media.corporate-ir.net/media_files/IROL/69/69499/84060ACL.pdf "On the basis of this Merger Ratio, following the IAG Merger, British Airways Ordinary Shareholders (other than Iberia) will hold approximately 56 per cent. of IAG and Iberia Shareholders (other than British Airways) will hold approximately 44 per cent. of IAG."
01/12/2010
13:58
anony mous: Buxton sees 'material upside' in BA as investors agree merger 01 Dec 2010 | 11:30 Schroders' Richard Buxton believes British Airways shares have "material upside" as investors continue to underestimate the benefits of its merger with Iberia. Buxton, who holds £72m worth of BA shares in his £2.25bn Schroder UK Alpha Plus fund, has held the stock throughout the airline's volatile recent past, which included a major slowdown in passenger numbers from the credit crisis and industrial action from cabin crew. British Airways, which got overwhelming shareholder approval for its Iberia merger earlier this week, also posted a first profit in two years in Q3. "Monday's outcome, with both BA and Iberia shareholders voting in favour of a merger, was completely as expected, so there should be little share price reaction," Buxton says. "In the medium-term however, none of the benefits of the merger in cost and revenue synergies through co-ordinated routing are yet reflected in valuations. We are confident that there is still material upside in the shares." Buxton is also bullish on British Airways' strategic tie-up with One World partner American Airlines, which the manager says is also not reflected in the share price."
02/11/2010
07:55
indieman: 'BAY share price has a history of doubling or more in the past' (owtte) It's a high beta stock. It also has a history of halving or more in the past. Same reason.
20/4/2010
06:49
spob: Remember, the BAY share price will not go down whatever happens, until it is suspended from the market because that is what the hedge funds, who control the market want the market is bent and don't ever forget it
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