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Easyjet Plc LSE:EZJ London Ordinary Share GB00B7KR2P84 ORD 27 2/7P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +26.50p +2.52% 1,078.00p 1,078.50p 1,079.50p 1,086.50p 1,050.00p 1,050.00p 1,777,076 16:35:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 5,898.0 445.0 90.9 11.9 4,281.90

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06/12/2018
11:08
Many thanks Dr Know. I had missed that somehow.
mongrels3
06/12/2018
10:55
Not any more. From November's final results …. Monthly traffic statistics To reduce the short term speculative impact around monthly traffic statistics, easyJet has decided to change the way it reports monthly passenger numbers and load factors, which will now be reported within the quarterly reporting framework in the same manner as our OTP reporting. Historic information will be available on a dedicated webpage.
dr know
06/12/2018
08:34
Shouldn't Easyjet be issuing their November passenger stats today? 4th working day of the month.
mongrels3
05/12/2018
10:48
For goodness sake, those of you who keep on about the oil price... Look at a chart of the oil price and hold it next to that of EZJ. There is no inverse correlation between the two. In fact, if you're looking for dodgy evidence, there is more evidence for the share price being up when the oil price is high and down when its low. For myself, I blame the weather.
yump
05/12/2018
10:44
Bought in here at close yesterday- part of rebalancing for the long, complete bargain - classic seesaw longish stock this with ace divi- once brexit panic eases etc will be back to 15 min by next divi
stevedaytrader
03/12/2018
15:15
Would you care to expand VA S007?
erogenous jones
03/12/2018
12:21
Surely this is is a no brainer, with H2 Dividend ex div on 28/02/19 and payment date on 22/03/19 @ 58.60p
vas007
03/12/2018
07:13
Increasing oil today is gonna impact further?
p winky
30/11/2018
15:47
Falling off the cliff now !
vas007
28/11/2018
19:54
Buying now with dividend declared, means 5% return.
p winky
28/11/2018
18:30
No chance of falling out of EU without a deal. If things aren't resolved by March the country will just stay in the EU until it is. Typical politicians answer to everything difficult just kick the can down the road.
amt
28/11/2018
16:41
Easy and IAG hit hard today, another fall tomorrow I reckon.
montyhedge
28/11/2018
16:39
Joining in o/t for a second: I would just like to have seen just one or two business people saying that being in the EU had prevented them from having a significant trade deal with country X and actually giving the reason. I don't just want to hear them saying they think Brexit is a good idea. I don't value your opinions enough to just take them at face value however 'important' you think you are; Wetherspoon et al. In the same way that I'd like to see someone actually describe exactly where the incremental permanent jobs are going to be as a result of HS2. Not the temporary ones, or the shifted around the country ones. The ones that justify the £squillions. Quite frankly the level of proper information coming from the politicians and the media is also a disgrace. Some of us voters still have the capacity for rational thinking you know and we're not necessarily looking for views that coincide with our own.
yump
28/11/2018
16:17
OFF TOPIC. amt, I disagree. I am very doubtful that the exit deal will be approved in Parliament. Am pretty certain that a 2nd referrendum will not be approved and even if it were, it takes at least 28 days for the shebang to be setup. And suppose, for a moment, that the UK is permitted by the European Parliament to cancel the trigger of Article 50 (or whatever it was), the relationship that the populace have with the Government will be forever changed. A hard exit is my hunch. With that, the UK should look first to our Commonwealth for new trade deals followed by the countries that have the biggest influence for our exporters - USA, India, China, Brazil - there does not need to be a hard border between N and S Ireland and I have no problem with the movement of either goods or people in that Island. The combined population is less than London, I believe and concentrated in 4 major Cities, Belfast, Dublin, Cork and Waterford. Australia wants to do business with the UK as does USA (if Trump is to be believed). Actually Germany, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Spain, Italy and Portugal wish to do business with us. The European Economic Community was the basis that the UK joined the European Free Trade Agreement and anyone aged under 60 has never had any say in the evolution from EEC to EU.
erogenous jones
26/11/2018
16:31
As regards Brexit its looking more and more like a damage limitation exercise or even another referendum. Either way it's a very soft Brexit. That was always the risk of voting leave that it could go pear-shaped.
amt
23/11/2018
20:27
Well normal service resumed. Falling oil price helping the share price head in the right direction.
amt
23/11/2018
11:30
Happy days..... Oil prices declined for the second day in a row on Friday, hitting their lowest level in almost one year on the back of concerns over an increase in global supply. :-) Where are those doom mongers today then?
tlobs2
23/11/2018
10:58
Actually yes, the most beneficial thing would just be a stable oil price. Unfortunately the state of the world doesn't seem to mean that's likely.
yump
22/11/2018
17:39
At last some sense in the share price Should be a good year especially if oil price stays where it is.
amt
21/11/2018
15:39
how is that wizz air is up 5.83%, ryanair up 2.73% and easyjet at just 1.94% did i miss anything yesterday - it was supposed to be a good trading update or not?
bor491
21/11/2018
08:29
Exactly Plootocrat. Normally the share price is quite closely correlated to the oil price as it has such a big impact on costs. However all logic has left the market at the moment.
amt
21/11/2018
08:00
"easyJet hedges forward, on a rolling basis, between 65% and 85% of the next 12 months' anticipated fuel and foreign currency exposures and between 45% and 65% of the following 12 months' anticipated exposures." So oil price changes of the magnitude we are seeing currently may well have a significant impact on profitability.
plootocrat
20/11/2018
22:59
price of oil doesn't matter as easyjet has hedged the fuel cost so rises/falls won't benefit or hurt easyjet...except perhaps if easyjet made another hedging arrangement for after 2020.
sum493
20/11/2018
22:44
Another big fall in oil price tonight 6.7%. The price is down more than a third from peak. If the price is maintained there should be large upgrades in profitability this year. Pe ratio is just ten.
amt
20/11/2018
14:06
Monty, if they can maintain the same levels of business over the coming months as others fail (or shoot themselves in the foot) then this will start a steady rise back up to 1400p as it has done in the past.
tlobs2
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