Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
International Consolidated Airlines Group S.a. LSE:IAG London Ordinary Share ES0177542018 ORD EUR0.10 (CDI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.66 -1.71% 95.54 24,396,064 12:44:55
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
95.46 95.64 98.02 92.44 97.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 21,584.16 1,925.19 73.12 1.2 1,897
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
12:44:53 AT 1,195 95.54 GBX

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International Consolidat... Daily Update: International Consolidated Airlines Group S.a. is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IAG. The last closing price for International Consolidat... was 97.20p.
International Consolidated Airlines Group S.a. has a 4 week average price of 92.44p and a 12 week average price of 92.44p.
The 1 year high share price is 684p while the 1 year low share price is currently 92.44p.
There are currently 1,985,205,882 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 47,934,102 shares. The market capitalisation of International Consolidated Airlines Group S.a. is £1,879,195,887.90.
loganair: The way I see it going, the mm's will hold the share price slightly above the Rights price to get their shares away at a small profit, then down the IAG share price will go, maybe as low as 50p.
loganair: IAG will continue to lose money, burning through cash until at least Easter 2021, then afterwards will be far less profitable then it was before, therefore I would have completely sold out last week at 200p. Sadly if did not 'it's too late' as the opportunity has now passed IAG share holders by. When Covid first hit, I posted that I believed IAG share price would go sub 100p and now I would not be at all surprised to see the share price bottom out around the 80p area or even maybe a little lower. Like with Lloyds Bank and the 2008 financial crisis, I can never see BA or IAG returning to its pre-pandemic glory days. I can also see any future dividends paid by IAG are going to be far lower then they have been in the past. Iberia are wishing to buy Air Europa for c€500mln only after the Spanish government has given Air Europa €400mln in state aid. It is an Iberia deal as no way would the Spanish government give state aid to a Spanish company then to immediately let the said Spanish company be taken over by a non-Spanish company.
spacedust: If thats what you believe knock yourself out. Can you do the ssme math when IAg share price is 60p??? People are statting to believe 60p now which looked impossible when share price was over 200p.
loganair: What the private retail investor needs to understand is that Qatar Airways is going to run IAG for the benefit of Qatar Airways and not for the benefit of the private retail investor and therefore Qatar Airways really do not care what the the IAG share price is.
loganair: ham - You're not missing anything, however I think it is going to be very difficult for IAG to get back to their peak of £10bln. I can never see the IAG share price getting any where nears its high of 700p again. 1. IAG have already acknowledged they have permanently lost some of their high margin corporate traffic. 2. BA has also said they'll need to fill this by increasing their tourist traffic by trying to compete with the likes of Easyjet, Ryanair and Wizz which they'll really struggle to do as BA is not built to take on in competition low cost carriers. 3. The reason why IAG wish to take over Air Europa because Air Europa's model is tourists to central and South America and not based on corporate passengers. 4. I do not believe Qatar Airways really cares how low the IAG share price goes as it seems to me their main interest lies in transferring passengers from their very large A380s on to BA flights to North America and Iberia to Central and South America.
loganair: At the current ex-rights share price of 131p puts IAG on 2021 forward expected earnings of 35 times and why I believe after ex-rights IAG share price is likely to fall to ex-rights c90p which would still put them on 25 times 2021 forward expected earnings. IAG are waiting for Air Europa to get their Spanish government bail out of €400mln before buying them.
loganair: Looking into IAG has sent shudders down my spine. Ex-rights, for every 10p rise in IAG share price increases the value of IAG by c£500mln. Ex-rights at 200p would value IAG at c£10bln, therefore I can not see IAGs share price rising sharply any time soon as I do not see IAG being worth £10bln for a very long time to come. I do not believe I would be far off by saying after ex-rights IAG will have by far the most number of shares in issue of any company in the FTSE 350, maybe the most shares of any company in the entire FTSE.
loganair: The reducing appeal of global travel? Meanwhile, coronavirus travel restrictions are less stringent than they were earlier in the year. But flights are operating on a reduced capacity basis, and destinations are being haphazardly brought in and out of quarantine restrictions. This is unsettling for travellers and likely to put people off flying unless essential. Additionally, the appeal of global business travel is weakening as company boards look at ways to reduce their carbon footprints. The successful transition to virtual working throughout the pandemic is making this much more achievable, further curtailing the need to fly. Planes being grounded, industrial action, large bonuses and an overall reduction in demand for travel. The risk factor in buying airline shares really has risen substantially. These factors combine to paint a dismal picture for IAG as a lucrative investment and feel the IAG share price has further to fall.
younasm: This is a free BB - I get the impression most posters say a lot of things to justify their views.For the serious investor using real money - they are aware shares can go up or down to allow a lot of churning / short term trading (gambling ).Airlines are in a difficult place but the share prices reflect these bad times. Yes, shares can go much lower or but things will get better within 6-months and markets will rise once Covid-19 is well understood and treatments proven.Enjoy the volatility ; the IAG share price could tank to below 100p or rise above 350p or both, all within 3-6 months.
hamhamham1: Monty. You never say oil over $60 is going to take 15p off the share price, as you say IAG is 90% hedged. So oil price going up doesn t lower IAG share price. But oil price going down does raise IAG share price. Blinkered views or what!!!!
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