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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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29/11/2022
09:22
Turnover for 2022 at £5.7 billion is now similar to 2018 and 2019 levels. But whereas that used to produce a profit of around £400 million now it produces a loss of £208 million. Some way to go here yet I think.
kibes
29/11/2022
08:57
Many will find it cheaper to go abroad for a few weeks than stay at home with the heating cranked.
dippydodaa
29/11/2022
08:53
Fuel prices will eventually fall and prices for flying will increase - people will fly moving forward and won't hide away
wall street trader
29/11/2022
08:34
Averaged up with another 1000 shares this morning. Average now £3.14. !!!! Steal.
oakville
29/11/2022
08:29
hTtps://www.cityam.com/easyjet-shrinks-losses-as-it-braces-for-rocketing-fuel-prices-next-year/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Before+the+Open

Please do your own research as always.

qantas
29/11/2022
08:25
Operating cost & revenues at same level 6 billion , how company will generate profit? revenue includes placing income 20-21 which i confused as well
blackhorse23
29/11/2022
08:22
Only fools fail to see what will happen in five years to airline stocks - buy sit back and enjoy the ride
wall street trader
29/11/2022
08:19
Winter is coming = lower load factors Cost of living crisis = people can't afford to travel
terminator101
29/11/2022
08:18
Best cyber Monday deal at CURY LOL https://www.independent.co.uk/extras/indybest/black-friday/currys-black-friday-deals-cyber-monday-best-sale-2022-b2233839.html
blackhorse23
29/11/2022
08:14
Because the assets of the company are now generating real returns from quarter 4 and baring any major disruption this is normally a very lean and well run company. 2023 should yield great returns and a return to real growth and profits. Markets and investors look ahead not back.
johnkidd1
29/11/2022
08:04
Why is the loss making company thats apparently worth £3 billion red? Can't work it out myself.
terminator101
29/11/2022
07:55
Great results and potential for big profits and returns 2023yr. Cheap given dividend potential of these airlines (bought into Ryanair at $58 as well). Looking on track. A survivor.
cumnor
29/11/2022
07:54
Yearly cost 6 billion , loss 200m & debt 700m , revenue same as yearly cost ? 2021 group generated equity rises shouldn't be any debt or losses ?
blackhorse23
29/11/2022
07:41
£2.79 a few weeks ago and people were opening shorts !! Mugs.
oakville
29/11/2022
07:39
Good update. The work done to make this leaner and meaner through the pandemic is now really paying off. Great to see the holidays business takeoff so to speak.Cash
cashandcard
29/11/2022
07:30
Not bad last quarter EBITDA, shows what figures poss in the future.

And markets look at least 6 months ahead.

Happy holder here, these are cheap IMO.

hamhamham1
29/11/2022
07:20
Terminator It could be something to do with forward earnings. Shares are priced more about the future potential then the current. What with the travel restrictions ending and If oil drops in the future to say 45 dollars then it would be very favourable to airlines profits
deadly nightshade
29/11/2022
07:12
Blah blah blah. But how is a company that makes a £178 million loss valued at nearly £3 billion ?
terminator101
28/11/2022
08:40
28 November 2022, 08:31Source - Alliance News
Rolls-Royce Holdings PLC and easyJet PLC said on Monday they set a new aviation milestone with the world’s first ground test of an aero engine running on hydrogen.

The London-based and London Luton Airport-based vehicle manufacturers respectively said the ground test was conducted using an early concept demonstrator that burned green hydrogen generated by wind and tidal power.

It took place at an outdoor test facility at the Ministry of Defence Boscombe Down in Wiltshire, England, using a converted Rolls-Royce AE 2100-A regional aircraft engine. The hydrogen power was sourced from a hydrogen production and tidal test facility on Eday in the Orkney Islands.

Rolls-Royce and easyJet claimed the test marked a major step towards proving hydrogen could be a zero carbon aviation fuel in the future and reflected each companies’ own decarbonisation strategies.

A second set of tests has been planned in line with a long-term ambition to carry out flight tests.

‘The UK is leading the global shift to guilt-free flying, and today’s test by Rolls-Royce and easyJet is an exciting demonstration of how business innovation can transform the way we live our lives,’ said Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy Secretary Grant Shapps.

The two companies said the partnership, which was announced in July, was inspired by the UN-backed Race to Zero campaign, committing to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.

Shares in Rolls-Royce were up 0.4% to 91.19 pence, while easyJet shares were up 0.7% to 407.75 pence in London on Monday morning.

Copyright 2022 Alliance News Limited. All Rights Reserved.

crazi
28/11/2022
08:33
we will find out whether the rumour of IAG buying out EZJ is true tomorrow. I expect no less than £6billion buy out.
deanmatlazin
27/11/2022
21:57
6 months


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