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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
  17.80 1.91% 950.40 950.80 951.40 960.60 932.00 935.60 3,947,670 16:35:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 3,009.0 -1,273.0 -264.9 - 4,341

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25/11/2020
10:34
How is this so high. Crazy times. Big fall coming just wish I knew the entry point
1crackupboom
24/11/2020
20:53
Nesquikme, can you post a link to support your wild claims about bookings going through the roof? Without that it'll be just another bc4 type ramp. LOL. PS a good day today all round.
tlobs2
24/11/2020
18:14
Yes i suspect the huge rises of late will slow significantly, sooner or later. January we'll get an idea of how forward bookings are going (as peeps book flights now for next Spring/Summer). HY numbers reported by the end of next April. By that time the vaccines should be in full flow and the government may finally give airlines some proper respite. Be interesting to see then what guidance EZJ give for FY2021 numbers (issued Nov 2021). 12-15 squid by then would be great.
chiefbrody
24/11/2020
16:59
I agree that 9 quid may well go, but I suspect turbulence approaching a tenner. This went down to 9 quid before Covid hit so I wouldn't get too carried away. This is just euphoria, which won't last in terms of rises. The return to normality will presumably be without the likes of competitors such as Norwegian.
taurusthebear
24/11/2020
13:16
wall st approaching 30k dumped the airlines You can leave your hat on
nesquikme
24/11/2020
10:51
nose cone pointed at 11 quid
nesquikme
24/11/2020
09:00
w123 Maybe they could sell tickets to fly to the states to watch a movie.
srpactive
24/11/2020
08:49
whites12324 Nov '20 - 08:36 - 14118 of 14119 0 0 0 Booking demand is going through the roof. Yes. I heard from travel agent Guy in radio just now who rents French holiday homes said its on fire
nesquikme
24/11/2020
08:48
900p later this week.
nesquikme
24/11/2020
08:36
Booking demand is going through the roof. Agree with comments about pre-covid days sp, however there really is no feasible reason the share price couldn't do better with cost cutting implementation.. The kind of costs cuttings that would never have got past unions prior to Covid. Its been hard on many individuals but for shareholders and the business it could actually be to its benefit. Even people who previously didn't fly and chomping at the bit to get away.. Could it be the realisation that we do actually only get one life and one go at this, so enjoy and be merry..
whites123
24/11/2020
08:21
Agreed.Instant tests on departure/arrival/return would be better but that aint gonna happen now with the vaccine only months away.
chiefbrody
24/11/2020
08:16
I wouldnt call it brilliant... but it helps... a little :-)
crazi
24/11/2020
06:28
Indeendent Travellers arriving into the UK will soon be able to reduce quarantine from two weeks to five days, if they test negative for coronavirus with a single rapid test. Brilliant!!
nesquikme
24/11/2020
06:26
COVID-19: Travellers can shorten quarantine on arrival from next month - but they'll have to pay for it htTp://news.sky.com/story/covid-19-travellers-can-shorten-quarantine-on-arrival-from-next-month-but-theyll-have-to-pay-for-it-12140735 Brilliant news on sky news Lots of pent up demand for a holiday. Im booking and the seats are going quickly !!!!!
nesquikme
23/11/2020
23:00
Well this will not help COSTA LOT Brits visiting Spain for winter holidays now need Covid-free certificates – or face a £2.6k fine 23 Nov 2020, 8:48Updated: TRAVELLERS arriving in Spain from today face a fine of up to £2,600 if they arrive without a negative coronavirus certificate - and they could be sent home. The Spanish government has confirmed it will take tough action on people who don't abide by the new rules, which are designed to stem the spread of Covid-19. Tourists visiting Spain from the UK need a Covid-free certificate from today Anyone heading for Spain from today will need to take a PCR test up to 72 hours before their departure and be able to show it in paper form or electronically on their arrival. As well as filling in a detailed health questionnaire and providing a coronavirus-certificate, airport arrivals will still be required to have their temperature taken electronically. The Spanish government says anyone who arrives without a covid-free certificate will be fined up to €3,000 (£2,600) because they are taking the situation "very very seriously". The traveller must then pay to take a test on Spanish soil and wait for the result. Anyone who gets involved in a more serious situation, such as refusing to take a test or becoming obstructive with officials, could be fined up to €60,000 (£53,000) and faces being deported from Spain. Anyone who arrives without a Covid-free certificate will be fined up to €3,000 (£2,600) Before this, they could travel to Spain but had to go into quarantine for 14 days on their return to the UK, except in the Canary Islands where the UK government has lifted the quarantine restrictions.. However, airports throughout Spain are now ready to enforce the new rules.
bc4
23/11/2020
22:09
Stocks rose on Monday after AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford said their coronavirus vaccine was up to 90% effective, becoming the third inoculation this month that was revealed to be effective in trial data. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed 327.79 points higher, or 1.1%, at 29.591.27. The S&P 500 gained 0.6% to end the day at 3,577.59, and the Nasdaq Composite advanced 0.2% to 11,880.63. The Dow hit its session high in the final hour of trading amid news that President-elect Joe Biden plans to nominate former Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen for Treasury secretary. The Wall Street Journal first reported the pick. CNBC later confirmed the report through sources. Shares of airlines led the gains on hope distributing these vaccines would reopen the economy and boost travel early next year. United Airlines rose 2.6%.
nesquikme
23/11/2020
21:59
People booking so many holidays for new year is unreal
nesquikme
23/11/2020
21:54
Don't be silly. Demand will come back.Look at air travel growth. Its bonkers high. Covid has and will have an effect but in time, growth will resume.More chance of profits being throttled if Greta and her loony lefty friends introduce frequent flyer taxes.
chiefbrody
23/11/2020
21:16
How will this get back to pre covid levels? Hasn't one billion gone down the plug hole? Its not possible to even get back to same profitability as there won't be as much demand and also they have sold aircraft to rent back. This will stagnate at 8 quid or even fall back to 6 quid.
1crackupboom
23/11/2020
17:38
Eventually it'll be back there yes.Whilst long haul/business etc may take years to recover, i've a feeling short haul will be much quicker.If the vaccines do their job, and the UK weather continues to disappoint, the numbers travelling could rise quite quickly.Though they may lag behind previous years, the cost savings recently introduced, could see profits recover quite quickly.So aye, double share price from here by this time next year.
chiefbrody
23/11/2020
16:14
1300p-1500p imho see chartz
nesquikme
23/11/2020
16:07
this is going to open up 100p tomorrow when they announce quarantine reductions
nesquikme
23/11/2020
09:52
Breaking news Quarantine to be slashed from 14 days to five in time for Christmas holidays From early December, UK arrivals from high-risk countries can leave self-isolation after 5 days with a negative Covid test
nesquikme
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