International Consolidat... Dividends - IAG

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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
1.60 0.97% 166.90 12:00:52
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
165.80 163.35 168.70 165.30
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International Consolidat... IAG Dividends History

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boxerdogz: Cleverinvester25 Nov '20 - 12:18 - 20705 of 20706 0 0 0 Do you wonder how IAG only jumped 2% yesterday while easy 7% and the Americans almost 10%. Very strange is there some minulapating? No look at the IAG chart, been rising day after day after day
sparty1: See IAG down 60% ytd, EJ down 64% ytd and Uncle Mikey down 14% ytd. There in black and white ,the best business models. Actually wizz has done even better. IAG`s cash burn is fair bit higher than Lufty`s. So there goes/went/ the Rights issue cash. Add up WIZZ + EZJ+ DTG+ IAG and it is still short of Ryan Air`s mkt cap. How are the mighty fallen. Well it`s quite simple really , lazy uneconomic practices and an arrogance that would stun a rhino.Should have been re organized years ago but they were content to live off the trans atlantic routes profits.
qantas: Https:// British Airways owner IAG cuts flights again after big loss Passenger numbers collapse by four-fifths in the third quarter as IAG warns it will not break even by Christmas British Airways owner IAG posted a massive €1.3bn (£1.2bn) loss in the third quarter and cut capacity again as the aviation industry flies into a harsh winter. ... Please do your own research as always....
costax1654x: IAG, which also owns Aer Lingus and Vueling, unveiled a record operating loss of nearly €1.4 billion ($1.7 billion) in the first half of 2020. It also took a €2.2 billion ($2.6 billion) hit relating to the early retirement of BA's Boeing 747s and Iberia's Airbus A340s. The group has canceled or deferred nearly half its scheduled aircraft deliveries through 2022.Passenger traffic in the second quarter fell more than 98% compared with the same period last year. Revenue in the quarter was down nearly 90%."Our industry is facing an unprecedented crisis and the outlook remains uncertain," CEO Willie Walsh said in a statement. "However, we strongly believe that now is the time to look to the future and strengthen IAG's financial and strategic position," he added.Qatar Airways is the group's largest shareholder with a 25.1% stake. IAG said Qatar would support the capital increase, implying it will provide nearly €688 million ($817 million) in new funds.
loganair: I've tried by best to explain why any investment at them moment in IAG is not a good idea, however it seems to me I'm hitting my head against a brick wall as those who have already lost a lot of money in IAG do not want to hear that they've made a very bad investment decision in putting their money into IAG.
spacedust: Haha cslling me stupid when i cslled IAg price of 60p when the share price was in excess of 200p I sold iag at 472p. I will buy back at 60p and sell at 600p summer 2022. As for being cslled stupid for calling BT price target 60p this winter....well lets see who is stupid come winter. De ja vu i said the same thing whe iag was 200p plus......btw we have only just entered autumn. Another 5 months until end of winter........
loganair: 1. Qatar Airways has NOT underwritten the rights issue, they are taking up the rights that have been allotted to them as 25% share holders in IAG. 2. IAG have permanently lost c20% of their high margin, high profit corporate traffic which equates to c40% of their pre-Covid profits and are going to need to fly more low margin tourist passengers thereby competing with the low cost carriers. 3. Once Covid is over, people will desire to go back to going on holiday which means the likes of Easyjet, Ryanair, Wizz and Jet2 will be far better off and in a far better position after Covid compared to the likes of BA, Iberia and Aer Lingus. This is why IAG are desperate to get their hands on Air Europa, who are a low cost tourist carrier to Central and South America.
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.
lordludd: Hi all, I’m new to this thread. My trading account shows my IAG Rights as IAGN with a current price of 68p. Some questions for you veterans: 1) If I sell my Rights I’ll get No.of shares held x 68p. But what price does a buyer of my Rights pay for an IAG share; it surely can’t be 68p as it doesn’t make sense to pay 68p for a Right and to then pay 84p for a share (68+84=152p)as this is higher than the current open market share price of 129p? 2) How does a non-IAG shareholding, retail investor buy up the Rights? Thanks!
typo56: Why are the rights (IAGN) trading at about 73p (they were 84p earlier). That seems too high. Doesn't it cost €0.92 (about 85p) to exercise the rights to fully paid IAG shares (which are currently trading at about 134p)? What am I missing? For every 2 IAG shares held at close on Friday don't you now own an additional 3 IAGN shares? At 73p per IAGN that's a value of 109.5p per IAG held at close on Friday. Too much? Edit 12:14. I am wrong about above. This is not our usual UK rights procedure. So for every IAG held at close on Friday I think you own an additional one IAGN share. You need 1.5 IAGN shares to apply for one new IAG share at €0.92. Hence IAGN is worth 1.5 * (IAG - €0.92). That's my thinking for now anyway!
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