Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
International Consolidated Airlines Group S.a. LSE:IAG London Ordinary Share ES0177542018 ORD EUR0.50 (CDI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  12.00 1.97% 621.00 6,795,779 16:35:11
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
618.60 619.20 629.60 612.40 617.20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 21,945.87 3,135.51 128.32 5.2 12,323
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:45:02 O 429 619.137 GBX

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22/11/201920:09BUY in International Consolidated Airlines (IAG) 1
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24/8/201917:47Technical target towards 390p 4
31/5/201907:37Undervalued in Sector1

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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 609p.
International Consolidated Airlines Group S.a. has a 4 week average price of 598.60p and a 12 week average price of 527.40p.
The 1 year high share price is 684p while the 1 year low share price is currently 411.70p.
There are currently 1,984,330,139 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 9,876,795 shares. The market capitalisation of International Consolidated Airlines Group S.a. is £12,322,690,163.19.
hamhamham1: Monty. You never say oil over $60 is going to take 15p off the share price, as you say IAG is 90% hedged. So oil price going up doesn t lower IAG share price. But oil price going down does raise IAG share price. Blinkered views or what!!!!
bili1: Well Philanderer this introduces a really exciting possibility. Perhaps we passengers can look forward to staying at home and having the whole travel experience from the comfort of our living room?Just put on the goggles. No more hassle driving to the airport, wrestling with security, passport control, immigration and foreign taxi drivers, hotel receptions etc etc etc.To say nothing about the positive effect on green house gas emissions.I really like this idea. Perhaps our good friend Monty could consider this and give us his projection on the future IAG share price if this concept "takes off"?
applepieinthesky: It sounds like you've been missing me and to be quite honest I got a bit bored with your dividend updates and high predictions for the IAG share price. Looks like this stock is not going anywhere for a while until those pilots get a decent rise so don't book any flights until you know the outcome of the ballot but it's a screaming YES for industrial action from what I'm hearing on the grapevine.
fjgooner: Great to see IAG share price up even as crude oil prices are moving strongly upwards.
hamhamham1: Monty, if thats what's holding IAG share price back currently then what is holding back ryanair, easyjet, Lufthansa, etc.??? Err....Maybe it's a sector wide thing, or maybe it's a market wide thing, or maybe it's just the end of a record bull run??? Yes, they do end, everything goes in cycles, those who think it's a one way ride need to look back through history.
knowing: I have not seen IAG share price look so bullish for a longtime but have heard others talking about it.
m1k3y1: never ceases to amaze me at how happy you appear to be with the potential for the IAG share price to fall. I can only conclude, that you don't own any IAG shares at all but you are just a disaffected employee .
applepieinthesky: Wow what an amazing day the Queen visits BA HQ and inspired a 1.3% rise in the IAG share price meanwhile the Kleenex stocks in Monty"s bedsit have declined by the same percentage as the drop in the oil price today.
fjgooner: @doc_oj post 6584 Markets always price a stock however they will on any given day. But on ex-dividend date - irrespective of any other positive or negative factors occurring on that day - the stock price is adjusted downward by the amount of the dividend by the exchange on which that stock trades. That is what happens. So if a stock is paying out a 2% dividend, for the share price to remain neutral on ex-dividend date the underlying stock must make a gain of 2% due to good news, sentiment, broker upgrades etc. And, by comparison, if the underlying stock weakened by say 1% on that day, the stock price would drop by 3%. The bigger the dividend, the bigger the drop that needs compensating against in the share price. For small dividends, the effect is usually not observed amongst the up and down movements of a normal day's trading The reason for the adjustment is basically that the amount paid out as dividends no longer belongs to the company and this must be reflected by a reduction in the company's market capitalisation. Instead, that dividend money now belongs to the individual shareholders. The exchange on which the stock trades will automatically apply the adjustment as the market opens on ex-dividend date. I hope that helps. All the best for a strong recovery in IAG share price soon and good luck for your results tomorrow.
m1k3y1: I have a couple of questions which I would appreciate if someone could answer . The latest RNS says that "Under the Programme, IAG acquired a total of 65,956,660 ordinary shares". The previous RNS on the 23rd October says that "Following the purchase, the Company holds 74,810,770 treasury shares" . There is obviously a difference here. Why would IAG be holding 8,854,110 more shares ? The RNS then says "to implement the resolution by reducing its share capital by 32,978,330 euros through the cancellation of 65,956,660 treasury shares". The current IAG share price is approximately 565.00 Surely 65,956,660 multiplied by the current share price is substantially more than the 32,978,330 euros that they say they will be reducing their share capital by ? Implementing a 500m share buy back program to cancel 32,978,330 euros of shares makes no sense to me ? I would appreciate it if someone could explain the differences to me , unless I have missed the obvious ? Thank you
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