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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 Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.60 -1.27% 202.70 203.00 203.10 207.30 200.30 205.00 81,548,321 16:35:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 21,584.2 1,925.2 73.1 2.7 10,077

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02/3/2021
20:44
Well that was a turn up for the books. The far from CLEVERINVESTER finally CONFESSED yesterday that he is a TROLL on SAGA, such is his anger at not getting his £1.80 prediction. He also made it clear with his sidekick DIOHOHKU that he’d like COVID to continue, disgusting TROLLS that they are. How can they enjoy people being sick and gloat every time there’s a new variant. The great thing is that they are starting to get their comeuppance. CLEARLY RATTLED since last week. That’s around 60 posts between them on SAGA today. Yet more proof of that desperation they’re suffering from.
antonagis
02/3/2021
10:36
Not good for airlines im out 203p hxxps://news.sky.com/story/brazilian-p1-variant-may-spread-more-easily-and-could-evade-immune-system-scientists-find-12233402
spacedust
02/3/2021
09:31
Why the sudden tank. Is this due to the 4th usa surge?
spacedust
01/3/2021
16:38
New cases down to 5,400 Deaths 100 The public will demand reopening within weeks if this continues. No justification for keeping things shut if cases drop to the hundreds or 1-2K only with deaths <100
justiceforthemany
01/3/2021
12:12
R2 in view now, should get there this month imo Resistance1: 199.50p Resistance2: 233.02p
ny boy
01/3/2021
10:19
BUZZ – IAG: Peel Hunt says return to profitability in sight, upgrades to 'buy'1 March 2021 08:09
pdriccio
01/3/2021
09:32
take_that.......when you say 'Sunak wont/cant say where the money is directly borrowed from'....... I do not understand why not. After all, these are public finances (in effect our money) and he is a public servant, so I see no reason why he is unable to divulge where the 300B has been borrowed from. I suspect it is not gilts etc as has been previously suggested.
m1k3y1
01/3/2021
09:01
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george_wright
01/3/2021
08:44
Nice chart, recovery underway Buy! Keeping my 25,000 for a few years, done very well buying SAGA, NEX since last March (STAF) another to bounce strong post Dishi Rishi’s budget on Wednesday dyor
ny boy
01/3/2021
05:02
@Mickey A. FewBob is spot on regarding sovereign debt. Maybe read a book on global economics to familiarise yourself with how things work. Yes the money could in theory be written off but it would have consequences like throwing a stone in a lake and causing a tidal wave, rather than a ripple. Sunak wont/cant say where the money is directly borrowed from.
take_that
28/2/2021
21:50
Lol, very true.
a.fewbob
28/2/2021
21:13
More and more debt is the answer. There is no limit any more.The whole world is pretty much on board so no worries.
chiefbrody
28/2/2021
20:41
Don’t be so daft. Sunak may well have written debt off but not sovereign debt !!!!! If he wrote NHS debt off then that would have been born onto who ever under wrote that debt. i.e banks or investors. Not the same as Britain not paying interest on issued bonds. Not paying that would be EXACTLY LIKE ZIMBABWEA!! It’s all based on confidence. If other nations, institutions etc thought we would default on our debt repayments then wave goodbye to the pound. Massive systematic collapse would ensue.
a.fewbob
28/2/2021
19:03
Sunak hasn't said how the debt has been raised. an additional 300b of debt write off will not make the economy collapse , as you suggest but on the contrary would initiate a substantial recovery. The UK is nothing like Zimbabwe or Argentina.
m1k3y1
28/2/2021
18:56
They issue treasuries and government bonds which are bought on the open market by institutions, pensions, sovereign wealth funds etc. If they write it off, like let’s say Argentina or Zimbabwe might have.... What do you think will happen. Pound will collapse, aka Weimer republic. It’s just not as simple as you may think.
a.fewbob
28/2/2021
18:10
And interest rates are never ever ever going through the roof again (since half the world will go bust) so governments will live on the never never.Part of me hopes rates would rise though. Even a paltry 5% would be catastrophic to countries like ours.Teach us a lesson or 2 for irresponsible spending.
chiefbrody
28/2/2021
17:43
Quite possibly but I still do not understand why they cannot write the debt off. As yet, I have not heard from Sunak exactly where the 'debt' or borrowed money has come from and who is owed the money. It seems a simple matter for the treasury to print the money required ( as with QE), then there would be no debt.
m1k3y1
28/2/2021
17:21
Or I guess, People with fixed pensions. But these people don’t matter to the government.
a.fewbob
28/2/2021
17:20
They won’t ever pay back the debt. Only really stupid people think that. They issue treasuries, guilts etc They pay a paltry return on that with today’s ridiculously low interest rates. They inflate the debt away. With enough inflation, eventually the debt becomes trivial. They will only default if interest rates go through the roof. This would be the only scenario where they (we) would come unstuck. The people that get screwed are people with savings in cash.
a.fewbob
28/2/2021
17:11
Only 6,000 cases and 140 deaths. Yes it's the weekend but that is a huge drop.
justiceforthemany
28/2/2021
14:22
J&J one dose vaccine approved by FDA; doses available from March in US https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-56226979
justiceforthemany
27/2/2021
22:10
of course, if we are expected to pay back the money that has been used to support the impact of the pandemic , the government has just lent the money to us all , rather than paying for anything. Furlough , business support, mortgage holidays etc etc etc all just loan schemes, that UK GOV wants back with interest . I have no idea how they expect people to pay for it.
m1k3y1
27/2/2021
21:06
As in just not pay back the gilts and bonds? What about the people and institutions that bought them?
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