International Consolidated Airlines Group S.a.

-1.10 (-0.7%)
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
  -1.10 -0.7% 156.60 9,846,655 16:29:49
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
156.55 156.70 158.45 154.75 158.45
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Air Transport, Scheduled 23,066.00 431.00 8.70 - 7,785.33
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:10:50 O 30,000 155.856 GBX

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Date Time Title Posts
28/5/202306:17*** International Airline Group ***28,675
16/5/202320:55British Airways to expand Heathrow-Tokyo service2
24/4/202313:33IAG 2023 1
04/8/202218:05Ideas Anyone?1

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Posted at 08/5/2023 17:22 by montyhedge
Another good write up for IAG. Tui figures Wednesday going by the queue at Gatwick check in, they should be good numbers.IAG 97% capacity brilliant.150p break out with volume should take IAG to new trading rage 175p-185p.https://www.ii.co.uk/analysis-commentary/iag-shares-keep-flying-higher-after-these-q1-results-ii527799
Posted at 02/5/2023 09:20 by brozilla
Interesting, what percentage of BA pilots have mortgage commitments they are struggling to meet?

I don't doubt they will be wanting more pay all my post stated that, and IAG already own some of their European counterparts and are trying to buy more and they don't seem too concerned. Supply and demand will obviously drive up the price but it'll be a cost that all airlines have to front.

They didn't decide to keep operating at a loss with skyrocketed price of fuel, they charged it to the customer and they paid.

Similar to the truck driver shortage, too help remedy they trained a lot of new truck drivers. I think if we could do the same paid for by airlines or subsidising it would be a good step forward in trying to remedy the situation.

I think we agree, my point was we are less likely to see pilots striking. And that am just less concerned about the affects. I don't hold IAG or airlines in general for long periods of time though so if it does materialise and hold the share price down for a while it shouldn't affect me.

Posted at 01/5/2023 10:34 by whatsup32
Nothing in weekend papers for IAG expected results. Oil now 75.
Slightly optimistic re IAG share price this week.

Posted at 27/4/2023 10:06 by bartyb
JPMorgan raises IAG price target to 2.40 (2.20) EUR - 'neutral'


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Posted at 21/4/2023 14:59 by rongetsrich
Then you have failed to assimilate the information! Pilot costs are more influential on the share price than oil? Understand? If the pilot doesn't fly, and co pilots are not doing overtime, then your fuel cost is meaningless. But yes, many variables affecting the share price and correct, it's in the price!
Posted at 21/4/2023 14:21 by brozilla
Yes this is all known information priced into the share price 100% IAG is in fragile position.

But the more planes IAG flies the more money it can essentially make. And lower cost per flight = more profit per flight. The solution to these problems is money. The cost of oil being lowered will then aid with the margins allowing for IAG to more comfortably pay into pensions, debt and start their roadmap to recovery etc.

So I think we are in agreement really IAG does it have it's issue, but lower fuel costs should help with the rest of the year.

Posted at 21/4/2023 13:58 by brozilla
You've provided no source for anything and changed your response from pilots salaries to pilots pay package?

I feel this is will just be a stalemate with you. So lets agree they are both large costs of the business. How is it 'nonsensical' to say if fuel/oil cost continue to be lower and stay at these lower levels then this can have a positive impact for the rest of the year?

IAG can give you a good estimate of their employee costs so I would've thought this is just general info already making up the share price

Oil on the other hand is volatile and a lot less predictable, lower costs should benefit the share price nicely.

Thanks for the book recommendation. I will definitely give it a read.

May I recommend to you

Posted at 19/4/2023 09:45 by whatsup32
Ron. My plan was/is to sell IAG and move onto Av. as its a more reliable share for my older age .
IAG had excellent results last quarter and share price did sod all . Not sure why we would expect different now. I had expected a decent run up to results but that's looking difficult now.
As always we are at the hands of the market forces.

Posted at 17/4/2023 09:01 by lmgvkdp
"Agree and will just add IAG expecting to pay dividend next year which shows the confidence in this year."

When did IAG announce they were expecting to pay a divi? I must have missed that, I just remember the conditions imposed if they were going to.

"It just seems your weighted into the negative." There's already too much coverage on here for the positives, not everyone seems to want to listen to the negatives. I want this share to succeed as much as everyone else does.

"Remember when their share price hit £7 they still had massive pension deficits. As Buffett advises you dont invest based on media headlines."
That was pre-covid and when it was a lot more manageable, my investments take into consideration all the resources I have available to me, currently the financial health is what's preventing me from taking a LTH also I do not thing buffet would touch this stock with his investment criterias.

Posted at 16/4/2023 15:14 by lmgvkdp
Which aspect is wrong?

Impact of Covid is what has caused or worsened some of things previously mentioned, high debt, high interest rates, cost of living crisis and a lot of these other joys we are experiencing. All of which suppressing the share price

Also what are you using to view the forward bookings for this year?

I am not under the impression this company wont recover. There's gains to be made for sure especially with the volatility. We've got more up & down to go before we can comfortably park our shares for a while. I just don't think we are at the long term holding value yet.

Too not acknowledge and discuss the potential risks of your investments and filter those who do is what I would consider foolish. Most people on here during the 1.5 year downtrend were betting against big investment funds with massive shorts. They ended up either losing money or having to average down massively. It was all based on "2022 going to be when the share price recovers" "So & so have this price target"

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