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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 610.40p 6,480 05:00:01
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
611.40p 611.80p - - -
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 20,415.93 2,215.61 85.14 7.1 12,159.4

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19/10/201811:32Technical target towards 390p 1
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International Airlines Group Daily Update: International Consolidated Airlines Group is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IAG. The last closing price for International Airlines Group was 610.40p.
International Consolidated Airlines Group has a 4 week average price of 580.40p and a 12 week average price of 547p.
The 1 year high share price is 727p while the 1 year low share price is currently 547p.
There are currently 1,992,032,634 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 5,146,269 shares. The market capitalisation of International Consolidated Airlines Group is £12,159,367,197.94.
m1k3y1: I have a couple of questions which I would appreciate if someone could answer . The latest RNS says that "Under the Programme, IAG acquired a total of 65,956,660 ordinary shares". The previous RNS on the 23rd October says that "Following the purchase, the Company holds 74,810,770 treasury shares" . There is obviously a difference here. Why would IAG be holding 8,854,110 more shares ? The RNS then says "to implement the resolution by reducing its share capital by 32,978,330 euros through the cancellation of 65,956,660 treasury shares". The current IAG share price is approximately 565.00 Surely 65,956,660 multiplied by the current share price is substantially more than the 32,978,330 euros that they say they will be reducing their share capital by ? Implementing a 500m share buy back program to cancel 32,978,330 euros of shares makes no sense to me ? I would appreciate it if someone could explain the differences to me , unless I have missed the obvious ? Thank you
montyhedge: Here in Beijing travel is becoming so big another airport being built largest in the world, ready 2019. Chinese air passengers will quadruple coming years. Air travel in general boom time coming. IAG will benefit massively.IAG ridiculous low share price. I bet Chinese Air will probably bid the way they are going, lol
neilrich: honestly think that the IAG board are controlling the level/amount of buybacks? Clearly the broker responsible has a system in place, however this shall not be influenced by the IAG board. Responsibility for the buyback would have been passed to the broker back in May. The IAG board shall be concentrating on the day to day running of the business, not fixated on the daily share price swings.
m1k3y1: Monty, I don't understand why you are trying to talk down shares that you own ? I see a lot more positives in the IAG share price than you.
neilrich: Can't imagine that selling the Norwegian stake shall impact upon IAG share price.
chiefbrody: Been following the Flybe share price (depressed) for a while.Risen recently as takeover rumours were active.For one reason or another, they've not been able to get the company off the ground (£££ wise) for years. Hence the miserable share price Could be a cheap add on for IAG.
neilrich: On Friday morning, Norwegian issued a statement to say that IAG had made two formal bids to take control of Norwegian. Norwegian has rejected both of them “on the basis that they undervalued NAS and its prospects”. This is, of course, a very similar situation to what happened with Aer Lingus. Various initial bids were rejected until IAG made a series of concessions and guarantees that were attractive to the Irish Government. It is a different game this time. The 72-year CEO of Norwegian, Bjorn Kjos, has a 27% shareholding and it will be virtually impossible for IAG to acquire 50.1% without his consent. This is why the Norwegian share price fell on Friday rather than rising, which is what you would expect to happen if the possibility of a juicy knock-out bid was expected. IAG is not known for overpaying, and Kjos is clearly – at least in public – determined not to sell unless he achieves what others see as an unrealistic valuation. IAG may have to settle for its existing 4.6% stake and wait to see if Norwegian hits serious financial trouble.
redbaron10: Well why does your theory work for BT,and not for IAG? Why doesn't the share price move up with every broker upgrade on IAG? If the uncertainty over the EU is affecting the IAG share price then why are brokers making recommendations on the share at this uncertain time and making themselves look foolish? The brokers don't know the result of the referendum,so why are they making recommendations on the share at this time?
nil pd: ..and don't we (as in 'the British') love to hate the French?! Legislate against strike action; it's tantamount to treason, given entire economies can be undermined. Think the miner's strike - Scargill brought down governments, snuffed out miners' jobs and the British mining industry, and starved his own followers for good measure. So often little good comes of it. Once upon a few hundred years ago, such action was helpful. Not today. Not because my IAG share price is down. I can afford that. Can the French wives and families afford it?
redbaron10: IAG shares have gone nowhere in a year.I know 1bn went on acquiring Air Lingus and there were a lot of share buy-backs,mostly at the top of the market,but despite the recent Zika virus why are the shares lanquishing with oil at $30pb! I've noticed that when the oil price fell,either IAG shares treaded water or sometimes even fell when logic dictates that with the supposed inverse relationship with this share and the oil price the share price should rise.Then when we have witnessed an oil price rise then the correlation kicks in and sure enough the IAG share price tumbles.Is it the old legacy issue of the pension fund acting as an anchor on this share? Most broker recommendations have been targeted at over £7 for most of this year and yet they've never got near that price.Are we whistling in the wind,or are we gonna receive a nice dividend present on Friday for our loyalty here?Failing that,what is the point in having any investment at all in this risky business!
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