Ryanair Dividends - RYA

Ryanair Dividends - RYA

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Ryanair Holdings Plc RYA London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 14.415 00:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
14.415 14.415
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TRAVEL & LEISURE

Ryanair RYA Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
02/02/2015SpecialEUR0.37531/03/201431/03/201512/02/201513/02/201527/02/20150.375
21/09/2012SpecialEUR0.3431/03/201231/03/201314/11/201216/11/201230/11/20120.34
07/09/2010SpecialEUR0.3431/03/201031/03/201115/09/201017/09/201001/10/20100.34

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Posted at 21/3/2022 12:38 by pdosullivan
Hi all, just giving a second and final push to my blog about Ryanair, which I am a shareholder in. The blog can be found here: https://tbifund.wordpress.com/2022/03/20/ryanair-rya-id-the-gamechanger/
Posted at 20/3/2022 08:53 by pdosullivan
Hi all, I have written a blog about Ryanair, which I am a shareholder in, that may be of interest to you. The blog can be found here: https://tbifund.wordpress.com/2022/03/20/ryanair-rya-id-the-gamechanger/
Posted at 02/11/2021 07:11 by spob
If UK investors are going to be forced to sell RYA

Then American Investors should also be forced to sell RYA

Posted at 12/10/2021 10:07 by blahblahblahetc
With inflation at 4% and gas bills and fuel rocketing and taxes going up I can't see the poor having much money left to buy RYA flights. Cash burn is getting dangerous now. Definite SELL. Sorry sparty1.
Posted at 24/2/2021 17:24 by rayfenn
"Well done holders"


So says the senile Cornish pensioner who told us he had sold his RYA shares !

LOL

What a complete and utter tit

Posted at 27/1/2021 15:10 by essentialinvestor
The share price had become detached from reality.

At the recent December 2020 peak RYA was selling on 20X pre pandemic earnings - FY 2019.

Posted at 27/1/2021 15:08 by sparty1
cheers for the screen shot. It all helps when you dig your own financial grave.
Still ,you probably have deep pockets with all those VOG profits.
I will remind you again I have no shares in RYA not can I buy any. It will sink in eventually...
For those holders..Good news although the rya version will take longer to approve

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Posted at 29/12/2020 10:04 by essentialinvestor
RYA has years of growth ahead.

My only concern is the 737 MAX.

Any further incident could seriously disrupt RYA expansion

as their plans to increase capacity are largely based on that aircraft.


The MAX resumes flying in the US this week, from memory.

Posted at 02/12/2020 10:15 by blahblahblahetc
Sparty. I'm astounded by your stunning lack of business knowledge. Most companies have debt to invest in future growth. That aside, another new day and again we see IAG and EZJ up, RYA down. Seems markets agree with me not you sparty and wee monkey. RYA today published passenger numbers for November down 82% on last year - that's numbers down 9 months in a row - very bad investment. The RYA share price is grossly overvalued.
Posted at 11/11/2020 23:20 by blahblahblahetc
Can you not see the contradictions in your own post ? Do you work for RYA or summat? You must be in love with Mikey as your so biased. Every month he has to come on and publish awful passenger numbers reduced load factor and predict less future passengers and cancelled flights. Ryanair also had to raise money - euro bonds and a placing in September I believe, robbing Peter to pay Paul. Also they have 2Bn refinancing due in 2021 so expect some more bonds or dilution. They will have to pay those loans back ... or go bust. Most of their planes are grounded and all are depreciating. I wouldnt be surprised if RYA go bankrupt next year with their junk status and cheapo flights and poor customer service. The people who can afford RYA flights will all be unemployed once furlough stops - 4M of them. Yes, I can read a balance sheet and so can the markets. I also do thorough research. That's why IAG up 8%, EZJ up 4% and RYA staying still. You backed the wrong horse for the foreseeable mate. Cash your shares in and get something with a future you numpty.
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