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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
International Consolidated Airlines Group S.a. IAG London Ordinary Share ES0177542018 ORD EUR0.10 (CDI)
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
1.30 0.63% 208.25 16:35:26
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
209.00 207.15 213.15 208.25 206.95
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International Consolidat... IAG Dividends History

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activeservo: good news on summer holidays on the EZJ RNS, which you can apply to IAG...
porsche1945: IAG, a giant pension liability with an airline attached haha. Terminal. Managed to get out with a profit and dumped Lufthansa too. US and Asia travel will recover but europe is doomed. Will end up nationalised, the debt is eye watering.
m1k3y1: Investing Cube IAG Share Price Forecast: Extremely Bullish Above 221p Https://
prunk: Although there is some restrictions but I remember last year same trend share went £164 to £3.68Now we have vaccine and reopening, I reckon travel stock like IAG, EZJ, RR, CCL, TUI, SNR, MSO, would be benefited.My favourite RR/IAG/CCL
chiefbrody: Travel restrictions imposed in response to Covid-19 have had a devastating effect on the airline industry. Indeed, British Airways owner IAG reported an 88pc decline in passenger traffic in its recent third-quarter update. This contributed to a £1.1bn operating loss versus a £1.2bn operating profit in the same period of the previous year.The company is likely to reveal further financial pain when it releases its full-year results on Friday. Ongoing lockdown measures in the UK, as well as across Europe, equate to low passenger numbers and weak financial performance.Despite this, Questor believes the prospect of a post-coronavirus economic recovery provides a turnaround opportunity for the carrier. Successful vaccine rollouts have contributed to growing optimism regarding the UK's economic outlook.It is now forecast to deliver GDP growth of 5.9pc this year and 3.2pc next year, according to the IMF. Even in Europe, where the vaccine rollout has been much slower than in the UK, the IMF predicts that GDP growth will be 4.7pc in 2021 and 3.1pc in 2022The company's performance could be further catalysed by the release of pent-up consumer demand that is likely to have grown in size during the pandemic.For example, the UK household saving ratio measures the proportion of an average household's disposable income that is deposited into savings accounts each quarter. It stood at under 10pc in the first quarter of 2020. However, as lockdown measures came into force it increased to an all-time high of 27pc in the second quarter of 2020.This suggests that consumers may be holding back on spending during the current lockdown. It could be unleashed as containment measures abate. This was the case in the third quarter of 2020, when a lifting of some lockdown measures led to a surge in consumer spending.At least some of this extra cash could be spent on air travel as lockdown measures are gradually lifted. The novelty of holidaying abroad may prove irresistible to many after what has been a very challenging period.Of course, there is great uncertainty as to when travel restrictions will be lifted. In the meantime, IAG is not providing earnings guidance. It believes that global passenger numbers will not return to their 2019 levels until at least 2023.However, seeking to judge the path that Covid-19 lockdown measures will take is fraught with difficulty. More relevant to investors is the action taken by the firm to improve its financial position in the meantime. It suggests that IAG has the means to overcome more coronavirus-related uncertainty.Since the start of the pandemic, it has slashed operating costs to reduce cash burn, cancelled dividend payments and scaled back capital expenditure plans. It also conducted a rights issue in October 2020 that raised £2.4bn. This will have boosted a cash position that stood at £4.4bn at the end of the third quarter. When borrowing facilities are included, the company had total liquidity of £8.2bn at the end of October 2020.IAG key factsMarket value: £8bnTurnover (2019): £22.4bnPre-tax profits (2019): £2.6bnYield: (2019): 7.9pcMost recent year's dividend: 12.7pNet debt (2019): £6.6bnReturn on capital (2019): 10.6pcCash conversion ratio (2019): 168pcAdjusted p/e ratio (2019): 1.6
george_wright: As an AAT accountant working in the logistics sector my conglomerate tells me they only use IAG for distribution. Furthermore IAG have been extremely busy dispatching much needed cargo. Having learned there will be swings up and down in IAG .Long term this will be 7-7.50  DYOR
sparty1: "Oh dear, We have alot of inexperienced fools on the board, As an accountant I stand by my prediction: 3.50 by year end 5.00 in 2022 7.50 by 2023" As an accountant you should be struck off...Idiot.Those figures put IAG not only way ahead of previous highs but a multiple of them! No chance. IAG currently owes more than it`s liquid assets. Maybe try something other than accountancy George. Oh and read up on how a rights issue works.. You made yourself look a fool on LSE talking about "rights" . Maybe do some research into what makes investors interested in buying large amounts ,ie insti's. It is all about the yield, divis! george. Being a Divi is certainly something you should know about. Huge debt to pay, huge numbers of shares in issue and it is not ruled out there will be more fund raising.USA flights (essential for IAG) a long way off in any meaningful numbers. Your paltry few thousand you invested should have gone into RYAN air or WIZZ .You could have sold at a profit.
ducky fuzz: LATE RNS TODAY .. 7 January 2021 IAG Chairman International Consolidated Airlines Group, S.A. (IAG) announces that Antonio Vazquez has retired today as a director of the company and chairman of the Board. As previously announced, Javier Ferran has succeeded Antonio as chairman. Javier Ferran, IAG chairman, said: "Antonio was instrumental in the creation and development of IAG and has led the Board with integrity and rigour since the Group's formation in January 2011. He has made a huge contribution to IAG and, previously, in his role as president of Iberia. On behalf of the Board, I'd like to thank Antonio for his commitment and support and wish him well in the future." Antonio Vazquez said: "It's been a great honour to lead IAG's Board. I would like to thank my Board colleagues for their confidence and support, and the IAG management and staff for their great contribution every day as they build our Group. I'm convinced that, under the leadership of Javier Ferran and Luis Gallego, IAG will continue developing sustainably, while adhering to corporate governance best practice". Alvaro Lopez-Jorrin Secretary of the Board of Directors
cyberian: I thought that I had read that the UK related £2 billion facility is conditional on no dividends being declared/made upstream to IAG by BA. With the latter by far the largest contributor of profits to IAG the outlook for any dividends from IAG is obscure to say the least for quite some time. Maybe other posters have already picked-up on this requirement?
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