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
  11.50 0.87% 1,326.50 235,419 16:35:12
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1,327.00 1,329.00 1,349.50 1,309.50 1,309.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 3,584.70 147.70 74.97 17.7 2,846
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:58:59 O 5,854 1,335.252 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 1,315p.
Jet2 Plc has a 4 week average price of 1,209p and a 12 week average price of 1,177p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,524p while the 1 year low share price is currently 620p.
There are currently 214,561,294 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 733,575 shares. The market capitalisation of Jet2 Plc is £2,846,155,564.91.
highlands: I have used Jet2 a couple of years ago and had a good experience with them.They are more likely to survive and recover than other tour operators but I think the current share price is already very high considering the massive dilution in shares and impact on the business due to covid which will at least be felt for another year. Business should pick up next summer but I expect a massive drop in the share price before then.
tongosti: Here's my two cents on the volume front: if this is indeed one big seller behind it all then the fact this is being absorbed without a blip in the share price it goes to show incredible demand for shares. If it weren't so then the share price should have had a serious hiccup immediately post open. But we haven't had that have we. Let's see what the end of the day will bring.
tongosti: Gents - pessimism is running all over you. Turn your mind back three months prior to vaccine news. The world is progressing not regressing. Re JET2 look at the share price what the market is making of it all. Unless we break down 1150 (which is my stop of my latest long), then the path of least resistance is firmly NORTH. the market is discounting 2 years out!
suetballs: ccl have announced this am that they are going to offer cruises around the UK this summer. Foreign cruises will follow in "due course" but it shows just how much the UK is ahead with the vaccines. Ok jet2 can't just fly around the UK but the taps are slowly been turned on and the future looks very bright indeed. I don't see £20 for some while but neither do I see much movement below the current share price Suet - certainly more positive than some.
tongosti: Investor73 - for once I agree with you. In addition, a few on here look at the latest balance sheet “in isolation” (and look at it in a historical context for the company) and are quick at drawing (misguided) conclusions. Looking at debt levels across the PLC world is a better way to go about it, especially under the existing circumstances. C19 has saddled the entire sector (most sectors truth be told) with much higher levels of debt. Does that mean that the whole sector will go down in the future and nobody will be flying? Of course not. Like I have been saying for months, Mr Market is looking way past C19 and it is pricing JET2 relative to future competition. Hence the strength in the share price. P.S. Stan Druckenmiller always maintained that his competitive advantage was linked to his ability to always look at the world 18 months out. Easier said than done in practice - but such perspective is precisely what most (have been and) are are missing on Jet2. Mr Market clearly isn't - hence we've been rallying +600% following a disastrous 90% decline - all in the space of 12 months! Think about it chaps.
geordieshores: The Leeds Bradford Airport Approval timing is no coincidence. It's a brilliant move by this brilliant company.Government keep telling us its "illegal" to go on holiday. Yesterday they say "don't book any holidays". Jet2 will loose all those Easter holiday makers.Jet2 decides to cover themselves with a placing to strengthen their position. Go on, tell me you can't arrange a share placing that quick. But I tell you you can.With no Thomas Cook and EasyJet holidays not yet fully established Jet2 bookings will be sky high the second lockdown ends.Back to £14 - £15 in no time.They do still have bills to pay but with all staff furloughed and a tiny fuel bill they will easily survive this.Anyone who has been on a Jet2 package Holiday will know how fantastic their service is.
castleford tiger: Skanjete 2 You make some excellent points and well done for topping up in the bad days. When I invest in a company or when I buy a business I like to do my own DD. I had a handle on Jet2 so much so Andy Brough at Schroders said I knew more than anyone. I invest a huge amount of time in following stories/leads from people at the company and from people in the industry. I correctly predicted TCG going bust and the boost DART group would get. Jet2 still has the no1 reputation in the holiday business. Its trusted by so many. I know Tong keeps going on about COVID but JET 2 were not too expensive when the fall came but got caught in the panic. Without it and with the predicted 30% growth last year we would be at £25. The fleet would be 125 with the Airbus 321 that we almost bought and leased. That's the past. In the current year our turnover will be 85% plus down to under 450m. I have no idea what losses we have incurred. The interest on the new fleet. The staff re training costs. The fuel hedges that will have gone against us. I don't know because until we see the numbers in July I have no idea how much cash is left or what damage has been done to the balance sheet. Of course government support will of helped but again we don't know. I have no idea when LS XXX will fly again. So whilst I have no doubt that over time JET 2 will go on to new highs at the moment there are better places to invest. VCP has increased 400% this year. ( tax year ) TND has done the same. Many others are 300% up and that's where I am right now. To drop these in the draw is fine but I am a little more active in the market. Of course buying Jet2 at 300 in the dark days was with hindsight the right thing to do as a long term investor. You did it. Dart was my longest holding with bits from 16p and plenty much higher. My timing with covid was poor but I was in Switzerland until being kicked out when all this started to unwind. I admit I am wrong with the current price because the market price is what counts. However I was right when I championed this for many years when the market ( price was too low) undervalued it for so long. I still feel there will be a better time to take the position I want. If only because I personally feel more comfortable. Good luck
skanjete2: CT, I too would have expected the share price to be lower given the current circumstances. You always said you are an investor in stead of a speculator. But what you are suggesting is exactly that : you suggest to try to time the market in Jet2. I don't hear you suggesting that Jet2 is a bad company, on the contrary. Nobody disputes the fact that this is a quality company that will create value over time, up and above the current market valuation. For an investor, the value is created by the underlying fundamentals and value creation within the company as opposed to a speculator who is trying to buy something with the hope to find somebody who is willing to pay a little more for it. Look at what Jet2 created over the last 10 years for its investors. I think the conditions are in place for them to keep on creating value in the future. So for what reason would you sell right now? True, the market is expensive, but this is also true for the alternatives to put your money in. And what if it stays expensive until JET2 is printing money again? Then you're not longer owner of a great company and its underlying value creation just because you tried to be a little smarter than the rest of the market. I consider myself also to be an investor. I too think the current share price is relatively high but not extremely so. Before the pandemic my biggest position was Jet2 because of accrued profits. I didn't sell a single share during all of the turmoil (I even bought some extra) and now I am not really intending to do it either. My fortune will evolve in step with the fortunes of Jet2 and I'm fine with that.
shanklin: CT, Given there is no likelihood of significant JET2 holidays in 2021, the share price seems completely out of step with reality. It was only £16+ when I sold right at the beginning of the pandemic and since then there has been a heavily discounted placing. I love the way JET2 is run but a share price above £10 seems ludicrous.
our haven: CT, I am with you on the negative view for the near term. I am out of Jet2 and the sector currently for this reason.I expect the share price to go south for the reasons you logically make. I will invest when the share price is quite a bit lower, only interested around the 10 mark.Jet2 is a great company, but with this crisis I will stay out.
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