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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
  1.60 0.31% 515.00 515.20 515.40 521.60 488.40 520.00 8,806,862 16:35:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 1,458.0 -1,036.0 -159.0 - 3,904

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31/10/2022
15:37
Travel was hit by covid then staffing issues at airports.

Now countries opened up and govn and people 'living with covid'. The restrictions at airports aren't as bad as they were over the summer.

There's pent up demand for holidays/weekend breaks.
I think the UK is heading for a winter of discontent, strikes, energy bill crisis etc.

Not forgetting that the govn is providing £400 energy bill support for everyone, which isn't means tested. That's nice holiday whilst also saving on the bills...

sikhthetech
31/10/2022
15:17
Considering Easyjet was only dragged down from 600 before the Summer due to airports not staffing correctly and ATC strikes -- both causing much less flights --- why would you not think that the share price would not rally once those issues are out of the way?

Profits have jumped dramatically --- booking are strong --- and airports are getting their sh*t sorted out.

Even with a reduced 500 target by Summer'23 (could be 550 - 600) --- that is still 33% higher than current price. That a huge short term profit... imho

IAG --- if they made an offer --- will want a bargain --- so even an offer of 500 is a 33% profit but I reckon the Bondholders would want more knowing the industry is going to bounce strong over the next 3 years and Easyjet's debt is low compared to it's rivals.

crazi
31/10/2022
14:27
Yes mate I don't buy rumours , I buy through company financing strengths lol
blackhorse23
31/10/2022
13:40
Blackhorse was telling us the sell EZJ at £2.70 nearly a pound less than now. lol
oakville
31/10/2022
13:34
US markets off and running expect a further lift
john09
31/10/2022
13:32
I think the penny is dropping will be £4by tomorrow
wall street trader
31/10/2022
13:23
Keep buying cury.....lol
nemesis6
31/10/2022
13:02
No reason for the Competition Watchdog to have any real issue as there are plenty of low costs airlines in UK/EUR to keep pricing competitive.
crazi
31/10/2022
12:50
Don't think competitors watchdog will allow IAG to buy easyjet lol also IAG has 20 billions debt , add on more debt not make any sense lol
blackhorse23
31/10/2022
12:20
With Spain having lifted the remaining covid restrictions only a week ago and it being Brit's no1 travel destination, I think airlines to Spain will continue to benefit.

I believe people will still go on hols/weekend breaks for the sake of the kids and their own well being. In times of cut backs they go on cheaper hols/weekend breaks.

Housing benefited during covid, where travel didn't. I think this is already reversing and will continue to do so.

Holiday bookings are still significantly lower than pre-covid. For 2021 it was 79% lower.

Cost of living crisis or not, people still go on holiday for their kids sake and for their own wellbeing. Instead of the more expensive hols, they are more likely to go no-frills or city breaks, which is EZJ's speciality.

As more and more go on holiday and numbers improve towards pre-covid levels, the share price will take care of itself.


This from Aug 2022:
The latest facts and figures:

In 2021, UK residents took 19.1 million trips overseas, 79% less than in 2019 (93.1 million).

The most popular destination for Brits was Spain, with 4.23 million visiting in 2021.

The total amount spent overseas in 2021 was £15.4 billion.
58% of Brits plan their next holiday during work hours.

In 2020, 62 million jobs were lost in the travel and tourism sector globally.

In 2021, Brits spent 18 nights overseas on average, compared to 10 nights in 2019.

https://www.finder.com/uk/outbound-tourism-statistics#:~:text=and%20your%20family.-,The%20latest%20facts%20and%20figures,4.23%20million%20visiting%20in%202021.


And Spain lifted all remaining covid restrictions only last week.


Spain lifts final Covid rules for UK travellers

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-63347870

sikhthetech
31/10/2022
12:18
Hold on to your shares folks
john09
31/10/2022
11:15
Reckon another bidder will emerge and a bidding war will start - upwards of 600 likely - who knows even Stelio might make a come - he would hate to see this go to IAG it's his baby
wall street trader
31/10/2022
11:07
IAG offer of 600p per share = Very Tempting...
crazi
31/10/2022
11:04
Iag could snap up a bargain anyprice upto £10. Sales of 6 billion plus when it steadies out with market cap of 2.5 billion, a bargain.
and1
31/10/2022
11:02
buy on the rumour......
wall street trader
31/10/2022
09:20
My average now £3.44 after averaging up up this morning. As I was saying mop them up and these depressed prices. Wish I had thrown the kitchen sink at this at £2.70 instead of buying in small chunks.
oakville
31/10/2022
08:42
British Airways owner IAG looks to snap up rivals as easyJet falters..Times.
scaff55
31/10/2022
08:10
100s of Flights has been permanently suspended at number of airports across Europe compare last year
blackhorse23
30/10/2022
13:13
Motley Fool
30/10/2022

Positive signs
Now Sunak is in office and it appears that stability is his core objective. While the budget will have to wait until mid-November, we know he’s intent on balancing the books and not creating debts for future generations. This means less international borrowing, and UK government bonds are already looking less risky.

We’ll have to see what’s in the budget but, let’s face it, it’s going to be better for markets than Kwarteng’s September statement.

But there is also the matter of natural gas prices. Commodities are at the centre of this global economic crisis, contributing both directly and indirectly to inflation. But natural gas prices have been falling over the past three months and, on Tuesday, dropped below €100 per megawatt hour for the first time since 14 June. Prices in the UK dropped to 180p per therm on Monday, down 72% from their peak. It’s also worth noting that gas storage facilities in Europe are almost full.

This is certainly good news. Firstly, sustained lower gas prices will reduce inflation both directly and indirectly. But, secondly, it could mean the government’s pledge (or new targeted pledge) for a household energy cap would cost a lot less. ING said that, if prices remained the same, keeping the energy cap in place for two years would cost around £50bn – significantly below estimates of £140bn in August when prices first spiked.

But with these positive signs, why isn’t the market soaring? Well, it may take some time for investor confidence to return.

What am I doing?
I’m not a perennial bull, but I see now as good time to buy. Despite recession concerns, I’m still looking at banks. Higher interest rates are pushing margins up. Banks, such as Lloyds, tanked under Truss. The Bank of England hiked rates in response to Kwarteng’s inflationary budget and this caused banks to remove lending products.

But with Sunak in charge, and what we expect to be a less inflationary fiscal policy, I’m expecting the banking sector to perform much better.

I’m also looking at air travel, like IAG. With demand remaining strong, and fuel prices falling, the outlook could be improving for the sector.

I already own shares in IAG and Lloyds, but I’m looking to purchase more.






Banks and Airlines ;-)

crazi
28/10/2022
14:53
Summer 2024??
kanwar
28/10/2022
14:00
550 to 600 target sounds good to me. Summer 2023...
crazi
28/10/2022
13:20
"Pre-dilution 2018

easyJet has a strong capital base, with a market capitalisation of £5 billion and a net cash position of £396 million at 30 September 2018 (2017: £357 million)."

i understand what your saying, market cap is something i pay attention too, however the flip side of your quote is that was the towards the low end of share price for 2018. Early 2020 it was $7.6b (at the time £5.8b) (ycharts that i use shows it in USD.)

tomc85
28/10/2022
13:09
For the shares to hit £15 they need to rise 370%, that would give EZJ a market cap of over £11 billion, or more than double the all time high market cap of £5 billion

The same thing happened to banks in the 2008 crash, people were piling into LLOY expecting it to recover to pre-crisis high, of course that never happened and buyers took huge losses

trader465
28/10/2022
12:53
i dont think many buyers have grasped that!

these will never do anything much

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