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EZJ Easyjet Plc

-2.60 (-0.54%)
08 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.60 -0.54% 480.80 3,703,402 16:35:29
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
482.10 483.40 488.00 479.80 481.30
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Air Transport, Scheduled 8.17B 324M 0.4274 11.28 3.65B
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:22:30 O 100 482.511 GBX

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09/12/202310:21Easyjet 2014 and beyond17,378
14/9/202208:05Easymoney with EZJ5
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Easyjet (EZJ) Most Recent Trades

Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
2023-12-08 18:22:31482.51100482.51O
2023-12-08 18:08:09480.803,07914,803.83O
2023-12-08 18:08:08480.801,1305,433.04O
2023-12-08 18:08:08480.8021,288102,352.70O
2023-12-08 18:08:08480.807333,524.26O

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Posted at 09/12/2023 08:20 by Easyjet Daily Update
Easyjet Plc is listed in the Air Transport, Scheduled sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EZJ. The last closing price for Easyjet was 483.40p.
Easyjet currently has 758,010,025 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Easyjet is £3,654,366,331.
Easyjet has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 11.28.
This morning EZJ shares opened at 481.30p
Posted at 08/12/2023 09:37 by sapphireblue1
The share price looks to be consolidating around this level with £5 as the immediate ceiling.
Much depends on investor liquidity in the short term. Ultimately I feel sure that the trend will continue. January will bring Q1 results and I guess the trigger date for dividends.
I am seeing Easter onwards accomodation in southern Europe bookings ahead of last year and I expect the flights to be the same. I am also seeing prices up around €20 a seat. This is largely because of the starting price so far so it will be interesting to see if that continues as the season moves on. Currently the majority for easter onwards are now increasing.
This share remains a buy for me and I am adding when I can afford to. I think that £6.00 is very achievable in the 3-6 months window and £6.50-7.50 through the summer if disruption is minimal.
Posted at 05/12/2023 09:02 by sapphireblue1
Indeed great news for the budget carriers they use and for easyJet Holidays.
Easyjet are notionally targeting £1bn PBT this year. That's a huge step up and so far the share price hasn't stepped up at all.
At some point the market will have to price the opportunity. I suspect that will be in the spring.
Posted at 01/12/2023 09:30 by sapphireblue1
I see no reason for this to go anywhere other than up. The trend is well established now and the share price is reconnecting with the reality of the business. That reality has changed and so will the price
Posted at 29/11/2023 08:20 by noramping
Blackhorse is here to ramp the dying dog PFC, he’s as bad a Datatit for ramping.

For once tit, provide some backup, facts are EZJ is basically trading where it was pre announcement and the fun and games that were played out in driving the share price down, there’s nothing saying it won’t happen again?
Posted at 22/11/2023 09:31 by sapphireblue1
RSI today is 59.57 so the check back yesterday has brought the share price back into line. This share price is rerating as the revenue is transforming. Ultimately a pause is a healthy thing and when people are ready it will pick up the previous trend up.
The Iceland volcano story just runs and runs. It's definitely hanging over the share price.
Posted at 30/10/2023 07:29 by amt
Ryanair issues with aircraft deliveries might help EZJ share price ?
Posted at 16/10/2023 13:16 by danvandan
It seems odd to me that a poster who has been on here for over 20 years has never shorted. Shorting can be a very useful hedge, amongst other things.

Regarding ezj, it looks as though the Middle East situation will not be widening. I really didn't understand the market's reaction to this last week. Israel calling it a war, would be like the British govt declaring war on the IRA. I don't recall the govt bombing Belfast. The thought of it is just ridiculous, though 'the troubles' produced plenty of other terrible tragedies.

The Israelis have so far got away with a disproportionate reaction to an awful atrocity, but international attention is now focused on the injustice of the situation for the ordinary people of Gaza. I think (and hope) that calmer thinking is returning now and that the hysteria of the last few days will ebb away while the IDF attempt to get the hostages back. And just maybe, the events of the last week will also spur the people of that region to find a more sustainable situation for the Palestinians, if such a thing is possible in our lifetimes.

So my immediate interest is; will the market remember that ezj produced record results with an share price at just £4.40 on Thursday? And when it does, shouldn't we be at £5? I've added a little in the 380s, so hopefully, this can turn into a winning trade.
Posted at 13/10/2023 09:12 by danvandan
Meanwhile the motleyfool says this:

Why the easyJet share price looks set to grow
The surprising truth about the easyJet share price and the business is that both are doing well and there’s likely more to come.

And this:

As the easyJet share price falls, is it a no-brainer buy?
The easyJet share price has been volatile, affected by so many things. Even a good trading update has just sent it, erm, down.
Posted at 30/9/2023 18:37 by adamnorthleeds
Hopefully the oil price calms and so the EZJ price builds as we head toward 12th Oct. Unless of course, oil heads over USD 100 pb.
Posted at 30/8/2023 12:51 by cevodniya
Kibes, yes today mate.
I'm heavily into Rolls-Royce at an average of 89.77p.
Re panic, I worked for a global bank as an institutional investor for over 20 yrs, so I've seen many a city expert panic when something happens.
For example, JPMORGAN's aviation expert David Berry only 4 weejs ago was telling JPMORGAN's clients that Rolls-Royce was a sell withva share price target of 70p.
On the Friday, he raised the target to 95p.
On the monday he raised to £2.35p.
How is it possible gor a highly paid aviation analyst gor duch a global mammoth as JPM to get it so wrong?.
Well, he apologised to his clients and said hed vastly underestimated flying hours, newly negotiated servicing contracts, defense sales, profit and free cash flow.
But at what cost to the bank's clients?
I actually bought a heap at 70p to average 89.77.
Today at £2 16p there's still a long way to go.
My advice to you is stop trying to analyse a micro effect on a companies share price
Read Buffet, he wouldn't dream if doing such micro analysis.
By all means if psychologically you need to see a clear baseline, but the price will probably gave risen 25% by then and you'll be waiting for another clear baseline at the new price.
I know so many people whose glass is half full and simply can't nake a decision to buy because all their required factors are never in price at the same tkme.
Somebody could analyse Greggs last qtr sausage roll sales having declined as an indice that the working class are tightening their belts and therefore as the majority of easyjet customers, easyjet profits will decline because of a reduction in Greggs sausage roll sales.
Get my drift?
Easyjet share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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