Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Jet2 Plc LSE:JET2 London Ordinary Share GB00B1722W11 ORD 1.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -29.50 -2.83% 1,012.50 432,932 15:50:11
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1,012.50 1,014.00 1,065.00 1,012.50 1,060.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 395.40 -369.90 -151.20 2,173
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:49:16 AT 39 1,012.50 GBX

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Jet2 Daily Update: Jet2 Plc is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker JET2. The last closing price for Jet2 was 1,042p.
Jet2 Plc has a 4 week average price of 953.20p and a 12 week average price of 953.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,571.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 953.20p.
There are currently 214,619,479 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,332,852 shares. The market capitalisation of Jet2 Plc is £2,183,753,198.83.
darrin1471: Even if omicron turns out to be a mild variant, the short term damage is done. I don't think closing European borders and PCR tests were priced into the Friday's jet2 price If in two weeks the scientists say omicron is a mild variant, then routes should be reopened and PCR requirements should be quickly removed to allow Christmas travel. Ski destinations are going to want to open asap after losing out on the last season. Then in January the vaccinated will be able to look forward to summer 22. If its a mild variant early next week should be a great buying opportunity. If omicron is as deadly as Delta and reduces the effectiveness of the current vaccines then Summer 22 is stuffed. Should of invested in a crystal ball
scaff55: MMs not decided were to take the share price yet. But l believe it's going up.
tongosti: Tiger Of course nothing has change business wise - hence I tried (and failed in my attempt) a speculative long yesterday. More often than not, I personally prefer not to do away with crowd psychology as panicking mobs have the capability to drive markets way further than people otherwise expect. All I was saying is that if one feels strongly about the business why not wait for a second wind at your back acting as further confirmation from (a very objective indicator such as) a moving average? I mentioned 50dma as an example but if one feels a bounce-back is imminent, you may want to at least wait for the share price to cross 10dma - it will certainly help get better odds on your money I think.
festario: One thing about this doesn't seem right though.A decent broker could have fed a couple of million shares into the market, without disturbing the share price, over a week.He'd have got 1250p a share.Dumping huge single quantities at 1050p, way below the trading range, smacks of desperation, or stupidity.
tongosti: i think another point which has gone missing (in the context of PM's age reasons to sell), is succession planning. Who will be as good as PM has been for the company when the time comes to run the business? Huge part of the reason Jet2 have been so successful is that it has been run with an owner mentality not a manager's one. Am sure big money has this on the back of their minds as well - and it adds another layer of uncertainty to them. Don't rush to get in chaps - wait for at least some moving averages to catch up with the share price before you get in / add. Intrinsic value is a very hazy concept which is as good as an average guess. Let the market guide your decisions instead. He has given us clues before - he will do it again. Sure as day follows night!
tongosti: this is exactly the point where you can simplify all this and no need to bother with what/ifs/buts: from a longer term perspective (which is not my perspective but I understand it is the case with many on here), why get in at all or average on the way down for as long as the share price is below, say the 50dma? Once the skies are clearer and the share price will see past pm's selling it will then for sure need to climb above that moving average hurdle before it advances any further, wouldn't it? PS. in my view this is heading way below £10 now. too much selling pressure with key supporting lines lost has all the hallmarks of it. Like i said earlier - i should have shorted earlier but i missed my chance so will rather wait it all out. patience wins the day.
tongosti: On such gigantic volumes being traded if this touches the low of the day again, then all bets will be off. I will stay long unless my SL is hit but I do realise share price is in a very very tricky territory.
hardm: Ridiculous today. obviously my share price prediction was wrong, but the results are as expected and the main point that was reiterated a number of times is that 2022 bookings are higher than the bumper 2019 year. Bounceback hopefully coming!
tongosti: Re 2884While I agree the longer term is bright for JET2 (I turned firmly bullish as a rare voice on this board around 600p) I disagree on the shorter term (bar a wider market hiccup as I have previously posted on here). It fair to say we will not agree on how we choose to play the game. You play the type of fundamental game which chooses not to listen to what the the market tells you (and that's why you missed two key and rare inflection points last year - one down and then up). In other words you willingly choose to do away with risk management and market timing. To me a primary concern is the market action itself (aka the interaction of supply and demand for shares - the ultimate fundamental in asset pricing) with the rest generally taking the back seat. In my world, it a fundamental thesis (as per your definition) is correct that will always show in the share price and that's all I need. Live and let live but you may want to refrain from commenting on a different way of how the game is played - especially one that you do not understand very well.
blotter: Hi CT, sorry saw your question of me earlier, but am at work so not really got time to answer properly. In simple terms the convertible is just an ordinary bond (debt) that will become (convert into) equity for the bond holder if the share price hits 18.06. If the share price doesn't hit 18.06 between now and 2026 (bond maturity) then the principal will just be repaid to the bond holders at maturity just as if it was a normal bond. The bond holders will receive the interest payment (coupon) of 1.63% until the bond converts into equity, or bond maturity. Converts typically pay lower coupons than straight debt because of the equity optionality for the buyer, though does bring potential dilution if the share price rises. The delta placement is where it gets complicated. I was actually wrong to say this was a "happy meal" because on re-reading the RNS the stock borrow seems to be coming from the market rather than the company (and there is no parallel share buyback). But the reason for the delta placement is the same -- some of the buyers of the convert will have been convertible arbitrage funds who actual are trying to hedge the risk to them that the bond will convert into equity, really they basically want to make money based on the volatility of the underlying stock price and in order to bring them into the book for the convert the banks/jet2 would have determined to organise the delta placement. Basically to make the convert offering more attractive for them to buy into. A lot of the maths behind this is way over my head and involves a lot of greek letters. Worth googling convertible happy meal (i know this isn't one but the articles that come up do better explain than i can the reason for and impact of a delta placement alongside a convert)
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