Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
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
  -32.00p -2.60% 1,198.00p 1,201.00p 1,203.00p 1,233.00p 1,200.00p 1,226.00p 2,612,594 16:35:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 4,669.0 495.0 108.4 11.1 4,758.55

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21/9/2017
18:54
amt, May The Investment gods continue to smile kindly upon you and your portfolios. Good Luck to a good chap. QP
quepassa
21/9/2017
18:45
QP Good man. I doubt I will write anymore for a while as concentrating on my BIIGZ portfolio. Unfortunately I had to add Zoo cause its doing well which rather spoils the word.My equivalent to FANG. BGO. IGE IQE GHT ZOO. Fantastic performance in the last few months with much more to come hopefully and not impacted by the Brexit uncertainty.
amt
21/9/2017
17:14
Ryan Up 0.4% Easy Down 2.6% QP
quepassa
21/9/2017
13:43
I'll take that as a compliment. Trade well and prosper? Where have I heard that before? I think my monkey has the copyright on that one. Still, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
penycae
21/9/2017
12:35
they are just paid stooges for technical analysis/tea-leaf reading firms. amt, trade well and prosper. QP
quepassa
21/9/2017
12:34
tlobs2 - yes it was a cut and paste from the man himself. I've tried dialogue, but it doesn't work. He sees only what he wants to see. His posts are no longer of interest to me. He has had me on filter for the last couple of weeks, as I must have said something to upset him.
penycae
21/9/2017
11:33
Penycae, I take it that is a cut and paste from QuePassa the deluded deramper who I thankfully have on filter. I think he has summed the majority of his posts up pretty well in that sentence! You can tell it's from him because he still doesn't understand that you start a new sentence with a capital letter ;-)
tlobs2
21/9/2017
10:19
Liberum have been consistently wrong on Easyjet for over twelve months now.
tlobs2
21/9/2017
09:50
amt - just like to wish you all the best in your exchange of views. Liberum has a sell recommendation on EZJ with a price target of £11.00.
penycae
21/9/2017
08:21
What £250 return to New York? That is a Trans-Atlantic graveyard strategy for airlines. Norwegian can't make it work in my view. - Not sure that's a good tie-up for any airline. South Terminal at Gatwick which is of 3rd World stature, Terminal 1 at JFK is like a 1960's time-warp, enormous snaking queues everywhere for check-in and security . Flights which take significantly longer than others because they fly higher and slower to save on fuel. Not good. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
21/9/2017
08:12
QP There is a shortage of pilots because the market is growing fast which makes my point I think. So if I was a pilot I would realise that and demand better pay. Its all about supply and demand.
amt
21/9/2017
08:08
tiobs Yes I realise that I was referring to impact on peoples wealth of Brexit which could be very bad, not much or very good. Nobody knows. If I knew the answer and it was positive or same as now I would be buying more Easyjet and Ryanair shares but the risk of a bad outcome is holding me back.
amt
21/9/2017
08:02
Different views make the market. Have you read the Page 19 article in today's FT headed "Improving staff relations is urgent task for RyanAir"? The market has not yet looked at or factored into the equation THE QUALITY and DURABILITY of the passenger base which the low-cost sector has attracted in The Price War. When seat prices start going up as they eventually must, a significant proportion of the newly found low-income passenger demographic attracted by the seat give-away during the Price War will melt away. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
21/9/2017
08:01
Amt, I think EasyJet have pre-empted all the Brexit outcomes by opening a new European headquarters in Austria. They are currently in a very strong position (IMHO) with a good brand, month on month of increased customer numbers and load rates, new larger aircraft on order oh and one of their main rivals (Ryanair) shooting themselves in the foot !
tlobs2
21/9/2017
07:51
QP We are obviously not going to agree. We will only know who was correct in say a couple of years time. The only thing that could derail my optimism is if Brexit goes wrong. I dont believe anyone knows what the outcome will be. If it goes wrong then with the huge Government borrowings the pound could collapse and the country go bankrupt like in the 1970s then clearly it would be very bad for Easyjet and other carriers. If Brexit goes well and red tape of EU is slashed and flexible labour market maintained then Easyjet would boom as peoples wealth rises. It could be a muddled outcome with a slow decline in UK economy. Nobody knows. However if status quo continues Easyjet are perfectly positioned to continue expanding into this high growth market.
amt
21/9/2017
07:37
Disagree on all counts. Yes, Air Berlin did fail because of the Price War. Nothing else. The debacle with pilots at RyanAir goes to the heart of the matter. It's all about working conditions, pay, retaining staff and cutting costs so much that they don't have enough stand-by pilots because pilots have become so disenchanted they are leaving for other carriers. It boils down to money. The yields on seats have fallen dramatically and that is why the whole industry is madly doing all it can to make money on ancillary businesses and branching out into new products to try and shore up profitability. What is going to happen now in my view is that RyanAir will be forced to raise its prices. Others will follow. You may think this is good but with the massive overcapacity in the sector, passenger numbers will decline, load factors will deteriorate as the FALSE DEMAND created by opportunistic low-income travellers drops. It's a bad outlook all round. Compounded for airlines in my opinion which are UK airlines and which are going to be caught by the ugly ongoing Brexit divorce talks. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
21/9/2017
07:16
QP Air Berlin went bust because they were not in the same league as Easyjet and Rynair as regards market share and efficiency, nothing to do with over capacity. They couldnt compete with Ryanair and Easyjet. Ryanair and Easyjet have always had very low prices and cutting the competition off at the knees and expand market share. The market is growing and Easyjet and Ryanair are expanding. Longerterm both Easyjet and Ryanair are perfectly positioned to capitalise for the insatiable demand for travel which will be enhanced by the recovery in European economies which is gathering pace. Easyjet have never filled their seats to the current level before and have record number of passengers which contradicts your downbeat thoughts. Ryanair have problems because it seems they dont have enough staff to meet the demand.
amt
20/9/2017
19:28
Don't place poker with Draghi. Brilliant player
mastey
19/9/2017
12:49
Ryanair is such a huge Behemoth these days, it's just a drop in the ocean.Over 100M passengers a year. So a few might get disgruntled. That'll pass the next time a £40 return flight to Spain crops up.No harm in EZJ picking a few of Ryanair's crumbs up mind but it won't be material.
chiefbrody
19/9/2017
12:41
Ryanair are getting more bad publicity on Radio Two at the moment. It doesn't sound very good for them at all.
tlobs2
19/9/2017
10:36
Arrogant little man
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