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
  -53.00p -3.15% 1,631.50p 1,631.50p 1,633.00p 1,677.00p 1,631.50p 1,677.00p 1,862,436 16:29:59
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 5,047.0 385.0 77.4 21.1 6,480.45

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Easyjet Daily Update: Easyjet Plc is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EZJ. The last closing price for Easyjet was 1,684.50p.
Easyjet Plc has a 4 week average price of 1,576p and a 12 week average price of 1,370p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,698.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 919p.
There are currently 397,208,133 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,183,766 shares. The market capitalisation of Easyjet Plc is £6,480,450,689.90.
yump: They never come back. Naysaying is easy on a depressed share price. If this flies through 1800p, they should come back, but they won't.
sweyn: Que.I don't know what your problem is but you are coming across as actually mentally unstable.Who really cares about what people said in the past?If you've lost money, move on get over it. If you've made money, well done.What other people have made or lost is irrelevant. EasyJet is far far too big to have its share price moved by chatting on here so what are you trying to achieve? No police are "coming for" anybody, they have better things to do. No financial authority has the slightest interest in anything said on here.Live your own life, and please please sod off this thread or even better become a productive poster. Your repetitive name "puns" are infantile and more importantly utterly unfunny.Grow up.
tlobs2: I gave up on dialogue with QuePassa when he clearly didn't understand the benefits of hedging on fuel prices. When desperation kicked in as the share price continued to rise there were the doom mongering posts to himself via other of his ADVFN aliases (often over a weekend). Real kids stuff. More than that though is his understanding of basic sales and marketing experience and believes that giving low cost flights away is the only way forward. He is the original Village Idiot ! Get him filtered.......
kuss1: Ezj, a good company in a expanding industry. I suppose you can say it's best in class. And the share price is on an upward trend in a buoyant market. It was over-valued at £19 and undervalued at £8.50. So short 19 and buy 8.50 it would seem.
tlobs2: QuePassa 16 Nov '17 - 17:34 - 7587 of 7587 0 0 (Filtered) Thankfully I don't need to read his inane drivel any more. Thanks for the filter option ADVFN :-) Some time back QuePassa highlighted his total lack of understanding of how the buying process works. He believed that all customers buy on price. They don't. He bangs on about Ryanair..... Their price is now so low that they are almost at the point where they will have to pay customers to fly with them! That's if they have pilots available. He has posted doom and gloom on here since Brexit. He has no understanding of premium brand suppliers or customer loyalty and struggled to grasp the basics of fuel price hedging. All schoolboy errors the type of which you wouldn't expect from an office junior. EasyJet have built a strong brand, have grown their customer base at the expense of others and have continued to reduce operating costs and open up new markets. I look forward to the continued rise in the share price based on the positive news flow from the company.
calabrian: The last couple of years have been hugely uncertain for investors in easyJet (LSE: EZJ). The company has been hit hard by reduced demand for short-haul flights in Europe, with terrorism and economic difficulties hurting consumer confidence to a large extent. This caused the company's earnings to decline by 22% last year, while its share price also disappointed when compared to the performance of the wider index.However, with an improved strategy and a more positive outlook for the wider industry, the company is set to return to earnings growth next year. As such, now could be the perfect time to buy it for the long term.Sound strategyeasyJet announced on Monday that it has entered into an agreement to acquire part of Air Berlin's operations at Berlin Tegel Airport. It is consistent with its strategy of seeking to acquire top positions in Europe's major airports, or number two positions to a legacy incumbent. The deal will see the company enter into leases for up to 25 Airbus A320 aircraft, as well as assets including slots and flying crews. The acquisition is due to complete in December for a purchase consideration of €40m, with the deal subject to regulatory approvals.As well as the acquisition, the company also has growth potential from its decision to seek higher passenger numbers at a time when competition within the industry has been high. Although this may have caused some pressure on margins, the business is expected to deliver a rise in its bottom line of 17% in the next financial year. This puts it on a price-to-earnings growth (PEG) ratio of only 0.8. This suggests that it may offer good value for money even after its share price has soared by 37% in the last year.Sector appealOf course, the travel and leisure sector appears to offer a number of sound investment opportunities. For example, TUI (LSE: TUI) is forecast to grow its bottom line by 27% in the current year and by a further 9% next year. This puts it on a PEG ratio of just 1.4, which indicates that it could post high share price returns over the medium term. In addition, it has a dividend yield of 4.1% versus 3.2% for easyJet. This could mean both stocks can help their investors to overcome the threat of inflation.Certainly, TUI and its peers face some uncertainty in the near term. While demand may be on the up, the cyclical nature of the industry may mean it lacks the resilience of other sectors. However, with such low valuations on offer they appear to offer a relatively wide margin of safety at a time when the FTSE 100 is trading close to a record high. As such, now could be the perfect time to buy them ahead of improved share price performance in the long run.
quepassa: seems that the outlook for the sector is getting worse and worse. It's been a terrible time for the EZJ share price recently and likely, in my opinion, to get bleaker as Brexit talks get uglier, competition in the sector further takes its toll, the Price War eats savagely into margins and management instability comes to the fore. It also seems to me that the Easyjet message gets less and less focused as they grasp for business by partnerships with Norwegian and others. An extremely embattled time ahead. And that's before you take account of the aggressive growth figures of its main competitors and see that Ryan and Wizz are far outstripping EasyJet. Of course, that highly-regarded and most accurate of brokers, Liberum issued a broker note on Wednesday and REITERATED their SELL RECOMMENDATION with an unchanged TARGET PRICE of 1100p. a very difficult time ahead with significant downside risk in my opinion. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa: likely another unvalidated login alias for Resident Moron. Share price 1950p 2 years ago Share price 1550p 1 year ago share price today ?? and certain parties think this is good performance when the FTSE is up 25% over same time-frame ('s not) ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
gargleblaster: Is it a bird ? Is it a plane? No its the EZJ share price! The only thing taking a crash landing around here seems to be QP's reputation!
quepassa: Quite wrong, there . You will undoubtedly have seen in today's FT that the ONS reported that tourist visits to the UK since the Brexit referendum and the pound's plunge was a tiny 2% higher over 3 months to September compared to 2015. The month of September recorded a puny 1% increase y-o-y. This has confounded pundits who forecast a great increase in tourist visits to the UK. No doubt these figures from the Office of National Statistics will undermine any misplaced confidence about heavy additional inflows to the UK of air-passengers. It is just getting worse and worse for the airlines. The only way to mop up all the additional seat capacity will be through lower and lower seat prices which will hit profitability hard. This will most likely impact on dividends paid to shareholders in the short-haul sector. Herewith link to the ONS:- A very bad couple of weeks for the EZJ share price. Has slumped from 1100 to 1020p in very short order and in my opinion looks like it will fall significantly further. The ONS statistics do not add any comfort whatsoever in an already bleak, unrelenting , unforgiving and highly negative operating environment for the sector. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
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