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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.72 0.62% 116.80 13,548,917 16:35:20
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
116.40 116.54 118.42 115.42 117.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 7,110.33 -2,949.25 -49.70 5,807
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:12:24 O 9,032 116.653 GBX

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International Consolidat... Daily Update: International Consolidated Airlines Group S.a. is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IAG. The last closing price for International Consolidat... was 116.08p.
International Consolidated Airlines Group S.a. has a 4 week average price of 109.18p and a 12 week average price of 109.18p.
The 1 year high share price is 196p while the 1 year low share price is currently 109.18p.
There are currently 4,971,476,010 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 19,389,259 shares. The market capitalisation of International Consolidated Airlines Group S.a. is £5,806,683,979.68.
diku: From the media...stop this shares award galore nonsense not just IAG but across the casino serves no purpose...see what they did with P&O staff...same should apply to BOD...if they not up to mark they too need to be get rid off... The owner of British Airways is heading for a bruising row with investors over chief executive Luis Gallego's financial rewards. The expected clash at International Airlines Group's shareholder meeting in Spain on Thursday will come after weeks of chaos following the cancellation of thousands of flights. The firm wants shareholders to sanction an increase in Gallego's share awards, which means he could boost his pay by several hundred thousand pounds. Turbulence: The expected clash at International Airlines Group's shareholder meeting in Spain on Thursday will come after weeks of chaos following the cancellation of thousands of flights +1 View gallery Turbulence: The expected clash at International Airlines Group's shareholder meeting in Spain on Thursday will come after weeks of chaos following the cancellation of thousands of flights Institutional Shareholder Services, Glass Lewis and Minerva Analytics – which all advise pension funds and asset managers – have described the reward package as 'excessive'. They have urged investors to vote against the plan. IAG's financial health is currently under scrutiny and its shares have failed to recover to anything like pre-pandemic levels. The £1.21 share price has dived by more than 70 per cent since February 2020. Gallego accepted a significant pay cut in 2021 and took home £1.1million. His new package puts him in line for £4,682,500 if he hits all his targets in 2022. The Mail on Sunday revealed earlier this year that Gallego, who was appointed in September 2020, has been provided with a £500,000 pot to help pay for his two homes – one in Spain and the other in the UK. The amendment to his share awards could potentially increase the maximum he could get under the pay plan from 100 per cent to 150 per cent of his salary. Sarah Wilson, chief executive of Minerva, questioned IAG's decision, claiming many firms are 'tone-deaf' amid rampant inflation and the cost-of-living crisis. She said: 'We've got semi riots at Stansted and Heathrow over airlines not being able to organise themselves. 'What is the rationale – either economic or moral – for raising CEO pay at such a difficult time, especially when the company is loss-making.' Shareholders who want to challenge the company in person rather than online will need to go to Madrid for the annual meeting. This will involve travelling to Heathrow in the early hours to catch the 6.20am flight, returning the same day at a potential total cost of more than £600.
blackhorse23: This airlines worst review by consumers, moved to IGR from IAG , 519p share price forecast for IGR by 2022
covid 19 deal: IAG....once in a life time opportunity to buy at these price level....high oil price are getting passed on to fares...those of us who fly frequently we can see oil price to be used as an excuse to short...just an excuse...Ukraine war doesnt affect IAG from flying destinations point of view...iag not just flying in just give it some time will make huge profit from the investment of this level...
whatsup32: Delta’s results are a good indication aviation is on the rise and matching pre pandemic. Ticket prices have almost doubled and demand seems to support price rises , also supporting IAG is staffing costs certainly at Gatwick have dropped significantly and IAG have hedged fuel prices too also a massive positive. Staffing issue will dissipate in the coming months and not all BA’s fault , getting security cleared seems to be an issue as well as staffing of baggage handlers - security of Heathrow and Manchester these are not BA’s fault. BA is also cancelling flights in advance as opposed to Tui who leaves it until the last minute a disgraceful behaviour by Tui. Oil will stabilise and Saudi have indicated they will increase supply should need arise , oil price responded by dropping.
m1k3y1: Apologies for this long post but please read the proposals for the forthcoming IAG Shareholders meeting . Specifically item 8. Https:// "Reasoned proposal by the Board of Directors of IAG for modification of the Directors’ Remuneration Policy The Board of Directors of IAG is proposing to amend the current Directors' Remuneration Policy in respect of the maximum award opportunity for executive directors under the Restricted Share Plan (RSP) of the Company. In accordance with the current wording of the Directors’ Remuneration Policy, the maximum award opportunity for executive directors under the RSP is set at 100 per cent of salary at the time of the award. It is proposed to increase such maximum opportunity to 150 per cent of salary (as set out in the 2021 Annual Report) and to make the relevant corresponding changes to permit the operation of this element of pay, as detailed below. These modifications would apply with immediate effect from the Annual Shareholders’ Meeting held in 2022 and for the following two financial years (i.e. during financial years 2023 and 2024). This amendment to the current Directors’ Remuneration Policy is being proposed for the following reasons: - 21 - (i) To ensure the Group is able to offer the IAG Chief Executive a fair and proportionate long-term incentive opportunity, reflective of the complexity of the Group, its strategy, and one that adequately recognises ongoing external market challenges. (ii) To provide a more commensurate RSP opportunity in light of the growing opportunities and competition for talent in the external market. The IAG Chief Executive’s existing arrangements are becoming increasingly uncompetitive compared to companies both inside and outside of the aviation industry. The Group competes for talent in a global market and recent evidence suggests that the rate of executive pay growth in mainland Europe and the United States has been faster than the United Kingdom, with the opportunity gap to the United States packages being a particular retention concern. (iii) Since the start of the pandemic, the Group has lost a number of critical senior individuals to competitors in other sectors. Also, over the past year, the Group’s own executive recruitment experience has highlighted the significant challenge in attracting experienced senior executives to the industry and confirmed the rise in executive pay levels required to successfully recruit and retain key talent. This has reduced the relative positioning of the IAG Chief Executive’s total compensation compared to that of his senior executive team including the recently appointed CFO and Airline CEOs, whose total remuneration could eventually reach a higher level than that of the IAG Chief Executive. These factors highlight the challenges the Group faces in retaining its top talent essential to deliver the Group’s recovery and transformation and recognises the important role that fair and competitive remunerations play in this. (iv) The Board believes it is in IAG and its shareholders’ best interests to ensure the Group’s ability to retain talent within the Group and, in particular, the current IAG Chief Executive. The current environment amplifies the need for the IAG Chief Executive’s skills, capabilities and deep aviation experience. Consequently, after having considered the different options to improve the remuneration package for the IAG Chief Executive, for the reasons detailed above, the Board of Directors at the proposal of the Remuneration Committee, considers that the best alternative is to increase the RSP maximum opportunity for an executive director in respect of any financial year from 100 per cent to 150 per cent of salary, and place more emphasis in the IAG Chief Executive's remuneration package on sustained long-term performance. Therefore, to allow this change to be implemented, the Board of Directors has resolved to submit for approval by the Annual Shareholders’ Meeting, for the purposes set out in Article 529 novodecies of the Companies Act, the following amendment to the RSP element of pay of the executive directors in scope of the current Directors’ Remuneration Policy (the proposed changes are marked below)"
whatsup32: You know a company is seriously undervalued when share price goes up on report it has to cancel flights. Also oil going up may see IAG more competitive to those that haven't hedged. 150p by Wed
diku: Did I hear in the news EZJ cancels more than 200 flights... and share price goes up...think they should cancel all the flights the share price might go even higher...
diku: this the reason these suckers are doing a buy back?... (Sharecast News) - IAG is reportedly facing a shareholder pay revolt amid criticism of proposals for an "excessive" hike in British Airways executives' share awards despite the airline suffering big losses during the pandemic. According to Sky News, IAG - which also owns Vueling and Aer Lingus - is braced for a substantial rebellion at its annual meeting next month after Glass Lewis, one of the major proxy voting agencies, recommended that investors vote against its pay policy. In recent weeks, online supermarket Ocado, pharmaceuticals group GlaxoSmithKline and educational publisher Pearson have seen substantial votes against remuneration resolutions. According to Sky, Glass Lewis's report to clients said IAG's proposal to increase chief executive Luis Gallego's maximum share award under its restricted stock plan from 100% of salary to 150% was "misaligned with the stakeholder experience". "We expect the [remuneration] committee to show restraint in its granting practices when a company has seen a steep decline in share price," the firm said. "Further, we note that it is common practice for committees to reduce grant levels for share based incentive awards in such circumstances."
whatsup32: Should be more positive today . America’s Naz did a nice reversal to finish mildly positive. But then it’s Friday so anyones guess. I am surprised by IAG ‘s share price performance given they have over 50% hedge on fuel , ticket prices going up by some I’m guessing 40% on USA routes . Going forward with winter on the horizon shortage of staff will not be an issue as less flights will be needed. Money to be made is when France-Germany force IAG to sell BA . True value will then be seen
jubberjim: Will be watching with interest whether the panic over he ukrainian situation will have an effect maybe looking to send oil price higher and what if any effect this will have on the iag share price Personally think the government has relaxed the restrictions across the board to deflect away criticism of the behaviour of our erstwhile prime minister Will continue sitting on sidelines It is easier to buy in to a rising market then getting out of a market experiencing a sudden downturn especially for amateur investors like my good self Will watch with caution over coming days if not weeks Inflation be dammed I prefer cold hard cash at moment
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