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IAG International Consolidated Airlines Group S.a.

168.90
-4.80 (-2.76%)
29 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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
  -4.80 -2.76% 168.90 29,002,240 16:29:55
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
168.90 169.00 170.15 167.25 169.85
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Air Transport, Scheduled EUR 29.45B EUR 2.66B EUR 0.5401 3.80 10.08B
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:05:27 O 30,000 168.90 GBX

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Posted at 29/5/2024 09:20 by International Consolidat... Daily Update
International Consolidated Airlines Group S.a. is listed in the Air Transport, Scheduled sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IAG. The last closing price for International Consolidat... was 173.70p.
International Consolidat... currently has 4,915,631,255 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of International Consolidat... is £10,077,044,073.
International Consolidat... has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 3.80.
This morning IAG shares opened at 169.85p
Posted at 29/5/2024 14:58 by lufty
A significant portion of BA profits are made on the revenue sharing transatlantic agreement with BA, American and Finnair etc.So if American are seeing weakness it will impact on the revenue for BA.American are underperforming their peers at the moment which has resulted in some recent board level changes.I expect the IAG share price will recover but will not test recent highs until nearer the next quarterly results
Posted at 16/5/2024 13:41 by cyberian
Holding 178p level now and seems quite steady buy volume ahead of sells. However, the move today is clearly influenced by the EasyJet figures. I have added a few but will wait to see how the share price settles over the next few days before adding any more. The fundamentals here are very positive and helped by Moody'd re-rating the other day. We are on a very low PE ratio compared to EZJ and others and looking good for a dividend later this year. Some would argue that IAG is an excellent trading stock and that is true...one just has to be bold and take a position if so inclined.

I took a nice profit on BT.A this morning "phil" and left a lot more on the table at least so far! One just has to be comfortable with a stock and always good to take a profit. However, with IAG I am happy to retain a decent holding in my portfolio.

Incidentally, there was a very large short position in BT.A and I guess that they had to cover today. Another poster here suggested that shorters on IAG were hoping that the share price here would fall and they may well be trying to influence a fall to cover their own losses.
Posted at 07/5/2024 21:40 by cyberian
Looks like you are right that a comment at about lunchtime by Michael O'Leary saying that "summer ticket prices were expected to be lower than previously anticipated" That may have been the cause of the fall after a strong share price rally earlier. Well that goes against our own experience recently with BA where prices keep rising the longer one takes to book. A planned trip to Venice in September has gone up by at least 10% since a month ago. Pricing is always based on demand and a few friends have had a similar experience when booking ahead. Very rarely does it pay to delay booking ahead but one can get lucky. One takes ones chance I guess.

I still think that we will get some positive momentum after Fridays 1Q figures and if there is a Gaza agreement that would be an added bonus. Fingers crossed.

A little more on Ryan Air O'Leary comment which caused the tumble across the airline UK/European sector this afternoon..
Apparently he thought pricing would be up 5% to 10% this summer due to a number of European Airlines unable to meet demand due to planes (Airbus) being grounded for maintenance. Now seeing prices heading for flat to 5%. So maybe some more qualified than me to comment may have a view on any impact on IAG. Personally doubt it as BA is always our preferred flyer than Ryan Air. Aircraft availability this summer is likely to remain tight.
Posted at 04/3/2024 08:35 by steviebaby
Morning all, hope you had a good weekend.
My take in the Tempus debate…
Firstly he’s just a newspaper columnist not an analyst/broker so none of what he writes is necessarily to be given too much thought.
Bernstein and Bank of America however are professional analysts who’s winter ski trips to Aspen depend on them getting things right and both have given buy recommendations on IAG since results (price targets of 210 and 230)
And in terms of why the the share price so low “that’s a good question” debate…I don’t think that makes him sound incompetent, but more that he knows all the key metrics (turnover, profit, forward bookings etc) and can genuinely see no reason the share price isn’t considerably higher.
Posted at 02/3/2024 11:54 by diku
BOD don't control the share price...the silent/disguised response is within the comment if you can figure it out...



When the IAG executive was asked why the share price was so low...
Answer by exec " that is a good question"
Posted at 02/3/2024 11:01 by whatsup32
Continuing with brokers recommendation.
The Times Tempus column recommended a BUY for IAG the day before results. Article failed to mention IAG,s huge debt mountain, possible takeover of AE - TAP and cycle of ticket prices ending .
Article concentrated on IAG profit and turnover.
That day share price finished c1.5% lower , following day x results went down a further c3.5% with The Times having over half page dedicated to puff peace on IAG .
This leads me to believe not just most analyst but media too are on the bandwagon to dupe us general public into buying what they want to sell us.
Posted at 01/3/2024 10:42 by whatsup32
Stevie. Yes absolutely right. Aren't we lucky we get c8% dividend compensation.

The Times has several articles asking why share price is not going anywhere with IAG in its business section. Times is very positive with IAG
The Times.
When IAG executives are asked why share price is so low .answer is " that is a very good question "
Posted at 01/3/2024 09:10 by whatsup32
Spitfire.
I try to ignore your silly comments as best I can but you're in ridiculous territory now.
You've been claiming IAG is a brilliant company for as long as I can remember and yet share price has gone nowhere during that time.
Excellent results and share price actually gone down.
Can I suggest you stop "correcting" me and concentrate on yourself.
Posted at 29/2/2024 19:21 by whatsup32
Excellent results as expected and yet share price down over 3% on a calm market day . Why do you think that is?

Holders should be relieved it’s only 3% down I have been expecting far worse for some time.

Have a look at the chart and that should tell you everything , share price has done nought over the years despite excellent cycle of results. Why is that?

It’s time to admit this is a dog and I expect it will drift lower .

PS. Two days ago The Times Tempus recommended IAG as a buy , it’s down 5% since
Posted at 29/2/2024 10:25 by whatsup32
Excellent results with share price rebounding to where it was yesterday. Leaving me to believe the slightest whiff that forward guidance has flattened and share price would collapse.
IAG have not been a successful investment for many years even in this fantastic recovery cycle.
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