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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ryanair Holdings Plc LSE:RYA London Ordinary Share IE00BYTBXV33 ORD EUR0.006 (CDI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 14.415 14.40 14.41 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 4,800.9 -429.8 -21.3 - 16,269

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22/10/2022
16:43
Interesting that Ryanair have been systematically winning cases against EU support for individual countries carriers during lockdown, while not helping independents.

I gather four cases including France and Italy so far, four wins with other cases outstanding, and talking millions a time. All which could make Ryanair more promising as an investment than might otherwise be the case, but I am still not sure the holidays will be affordable next year. Easyjet already slashing winter flights in Europe.

obviously
03/8/2022
23:30
https://www.google.com/search?q=MCL+share+price+forecast&rlz=1CDGOYI_enGB915GB915&oq=mcl&aqs=chrome.2.69i57j69i59l2j69i60l3.2501j0j7&hl=en-GB&sourceid=chrome-mobile&ie=UTF-8
blackhorse23
16/5/2022
06:17
Another big loss

And rising OIL costs get a mention



free stock charts from uk.advfn.com

buywell3
21/3/2022
15:55
Still about 40% over the last big dip, does not mean that level on the IR
listed shares will be seen again.

essentialinvestor
21/3/2022
15:02
Getting to ridiculously low levels nowHedged at 70 oddNothing but growing business and with O'Leary's options now exercisable until 20 bucks it's a great opportunity
badger36
21/3/2022
12:52
Will have a look, thanks for highlighting.
essentialinvestor
21/3/2022
12:38
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/
pdosullivan
20/3/2022
08:53
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/
pdosullivan
17/3/2022
11:34
Not same ADR are completely different Get over it You all voted
badger36
17/3/2022
11:22
So is America
spob
17/3/2022
11:17
Not so EU rules on percentages that can be held by "foreign" holders UK is now Foreign
badger36
17/3/2022
10:11
Delisted because Michael O'Leary didn't like the outcome of the brexit referendum.
spob
17/3/2022
09:01
Delisted owing to Brexit and rules governing amount of shares owned by non European holders. Cost of maintaining listing did not justify
badger36
17/3/2022
08:22
Why is tgis flatlined? Is it no linher traded in london?
spacedust
07/3/2022
21:03
Barclays have just stated that:

" If the previous 1990 oil price shock were used as a guide then airlines could fall an additional 20% from current levels "

buywell3
07/3/2022
06:19
OIL moving up towards $150 as Biden looks at banning OIL from Russia

Possible $200 OIL now on the horizon due to lack of foresight and stupid policies

FTSE100 futures looking at -200 drop

The brown stuff gets deeper and deeper

Biden talking to Venezuela trying to get some OIL there --- these guys are looking like schmucks now --- Trump is going to be a shoo in

buywell3
02/3/2022
18:02
Yeah I know.

No position at the moment

Just observing

spob
02/3/2022
17:07
spob, still continues to outperform wider European airlines.

When you look at the % losses elsewhere, recent RA share price decline has been relatively mild.

essentialinvestor
02/3/2022
15:44
Thanks for that spob, just noticed.
essentialinvestor
02/3/2022
15:41
Charts updated to XE quote
spob
02/3/2022
15:23
Https://www.ft.com/content/db249773-4867-4398-a1a6-cf7442e3f9e6


Ryanair boss O’Leary warns of ‘very difficult’ period for airlines

Irish carrier says it remains on course for recovery despite Russia-Ukraine war as rival Wizz Air reassures investors

Philip Georgiadis, Transport Correspondent 2 hours ago


Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary has warned that the travel industry faces a “very difficult” period but has insisted the long-term recovery of his airline remained on course despite Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

The Irish carrier and its rivals have been forced to cancel and divert some flights because of airspace closures, while also facing surging fuel costs after the price of oil rose above $100 a barrel.

“I think it’s going to be very difficult for most airlines for the next 12 months,” O’Leary said on Wednesday.

Aviation consultancy IBA has forecast that the industry’s recovery from the pandemic will be delayed by at least two months after shares took a tumble. The MSCI index of European airline shares has lost nearly a fifth of its value over the past two weeks.

But O’Leary expects Ryanair to ride out the disruption.

Bookings fell 20 per cent week on week on Thursday and Friday following the start of military action in Ukraine, but have since recovered and were down about 9 per cent by the start of this week, O’Leary said.

“I think it will not have a dramatic impact on bookings, clearly if the war doesn’t escalate and spread elsewhere,” he added.

Ryanair has hedged 80 per cent of its expected fuel needs at $65 per barrel until March 2023, leaving it well protected from the sudden spike in prices and able to outcompete its rivals on ticket prices, O’Leary said.

But the airline still expects to take a $50mn hit on fuel over the next 12 months.

“It is not a huge amount of money, but it certainly makes post-Covid recovery much more difficult,” he added.

Ryanair and Hungarian rival Wizz Air have been forecast to emerge from the pandemic as long-term winners thanks to healthy balance sheets and ultra-low operational costs.

However, London-listed Wizz does not hedge fuel, leaving it badly exposed to oil price rises.

“Wizz, who like to portray themselves as a competitor to Ryanair . . . are completely unhedged, which is a crazy place to be,” O’Leary said.

Wizz moved to reassure investors on Wednesday and said it expected its operating loss for the year ending in March to be “materially consistent” with previous forecasts.

Wizz will fly 7 per cent fewer flights in March than originally scheduled, but chief executive Jozsef Varadi said planes would be redeployed to other parts of its network.

“The commercial and commodity impact behind the geopolitical crisis was in part offset by the improving post-Covid trading environment,” the airline said.

Ryanair will fly its biggest ever schedule from the UK this summer and O’Leary said he expected ticket prices during peak periods to rise because of higher fuel charges and greater demand for travel.

Ryanair would probably suffer losses around the middle of its forecast of between €250mn to €450mn for the year ending in March, he added.

Ryanair flew to four airports in Ukraine before the war began. O’Leary said aircraft would be redirected to other parts of Europe “for the foreseeable future”.

“We do want to see Ukrainians succeed . . . as soon as we can return there we will,” he added.

spob
02/3/2022
15:22
not listed in london anymore
spob
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