Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
International Consolidated Airlines Group LSE:IAG London Ordinary Share ES0177542018 ORD EUR0.50 (CDI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.50p -0.58% 598.00p 599.00p 599.50p 606.00p 598.00p 602.00p 13,483,326 16:35:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 19,233.8 2,013.1 79.3 7.2 12,755.27

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/11/2017
14:03
Agreed.I tend make money from volatility, but within approx 40-80p price moves - hopefully this might get back above 600p.
younasm
13/11/2017
12:38
No idea but the continual drop makes little sense for a company that is making substantial and increasing profits, with an increasing dividend policy. They Hedge for fuel , quite a way ahead, so again, this makes little sense.
m1k3y1
13/11/2017
09:00
What happened to 600p support ? I guess the higher oil price does not help.
younasm
09/11/2017
16:28
well this is disappointing !
m1k3y1
07/11/2017
21:48
Ah yes.....the Chump effect !
m1k3y1
07/11/2017
21:12
geopolitical influencies weighing on the market. its the trump effect ie smelly
notimpressed
07/11/2017
18:04
Despite the share buy back and leading up to dividend payment, the share price continues to drop ? very odd.
m1k3y1
05/11/2017
13:02
"No increase in ROIC target of 15 percent, which is disappointing and we expect today´s CMD to focus on how profit guidance is being raised but no lift to the return target," analysts at Goodbody said in a note.
m1k3y1
04/11/2017
15:54
It would of course be helpful if the share price could increase without the benefit of the buybacks. A drop from 680 is ridiculous, even factoring in the dividend payment to come. Compare this to EZJ and it should be much higher.
m1k3y1
03/11/2017
18:41
Hopefully the share buybacks will get this back on track again.
chiefbrody
03/11/2017
17:52
not reflected in the share price sadly Ridiculous drop from circa 680
m1k3y1
03/11/2017
10:46
Nice. Going way higher as long as oil and the jihadi's behave themselves.
chiefbrody
03/11/2017
08:14
Positive stuff. IAG targets increase in earnings 3 November 2017 | 08:08am - International Consolidated Airlines Group will set out its aim to increase full-year earnings at capital markets day in today. IAG's goal is to increase EBITDAR to around €6.5bn average per annum for 2018-2022 compared with €5.3bn average per annum for 2016-2020 previously. Other long-term planning goals for 2018-2022 include: - Return on invested capital (real terms) targeting sustainable 15% (no change) - An operating profit margin of 12% to 15% (no change) - Average EPS growth of 12%+ per annum (no change) - Capex: average of €2.1bn per annum (compared to an average of €1.7bn per annum for 2016-2020 previously) - Equity free-cash flow average of €2.5bn per annum (compared to an annual range of €1.5bn to €2.5bn for 2016-2020 previously) - ASK growth of approximately 5% per annum (compared to approximately 3% per annum for 2016-2020 previously) - Gearing to be in the investment grade zone (no change) Presentations from the capital markets day can be accessed via www.iairgroup.com and a webcast of the event will be available today from 9 a.m.
broadwood
01/11/2017
17:54
Strange, I did thank you but the post has disappeared ?
m1k3y1
01/11/2017
08:22
you're welcome
sponges
31/10/2017
18:38
From Unite Website - Cabin crew working for British Airways' mixed fleet have overwhelmingly voted to accept a pay deal that brings their long running dispute to an end Britain’s largest union, Unite announced today (Tuesday 31 October). 84 per cent backed the deal which was hammered out in talks between British Airways and their union Unite. As a result of the pay deal mixed fleet cabin crew are set to enjoy pay increases of at least £1,404 to £2,908 by March 2018 depending on experience and subject to inflation. The dispute saw mixed fleet cabin crew operating on long and short haul flights out of Heathrow take 85 days of industrial action earlier in the year. The deal sees travel concessions and entitlements to fully participate in the airline’s 2017 bonus scheme returned to cabin crew who took industrial action, in addition to guarantees that deductions will not be made to any applicable bonuses. Acceptance of the deal will see settlement in full for Unite’s legal action that it was pursuing on behalf of mixed fleet crew who had been sanctioned for taking industrial action by British Airways.
sponges
31/10/2017
17:39
Which cabin crew ?
m1k3y1
31/10/2017
15:52
Apparently Unite union have said cabin crew have overwhelmingly accepted wage deal with BA
sponges
27/10/2017
11:31
At least they can buy back more shares now ?
chiefbrody
27/10/2017
11:02
Yep, profit taking was expected after the move from 620 to 670 this month. I think 600-620 is solid support now, I expect IAG to end the year above 650p.700p is a decent target for 2018.
younasm
27/10/2017
09:15
Bit of profit taking before resuming the march onwards.
chiefbrody
25/10/2017
12:00
No stopping it.Though, if i were a trader i'd bank before Friday.As it is, i'll wait for 1000p and some decent dividend increases.
chiefbrody
25/10/2017
10:20
IAG International Airlines, 6 month high after B/Out in last 10 days. Fwd P/E to 2018 just 7.6 Credit Suisse go...... outperform 721p (from 686p).😎 results friday.
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