Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ryanair Holdings Plc LSE:RYA London Ordinary Share IE00BYTBXV33 ORD EUR0.006
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.49 3.52% 14.42 14.38 14.385 14.98 14.205 14.49 4,565,420 16:35:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 7,697.4 948.1 77.4 18.6 16,163

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01/10/2018
17:25
I will wait till O’Leary has gone,he has a fight on his hands and he will not win it.Maybe 3 months time he will be gone.
albert3591
01/10/2018
17:16
Anyone buying, wait three months for a better entry price.
calabrian
01/10/2018
17:13
Ryanair+O’Leary=doom.He has to go.The sooner the better,more carrots and a lot less stick.
albert3591
01/10/2018
14:35
Buying small amounts only, longer term.
essentialinvestor
01/10/2018
14:34
Ess I would not be buying this.
montyhedge
01/10/2018
14:33
We want lots more negatively here Monty!! Come on down.
essentialinvestor
01/10/2018
14:27
Passengers were really angry this time, in fact they said never ever fly again with them. Not worth the cheap flight, cheap flights won't save Ryanair this time. O'Leary you blown it this time.
montyhedge
01/10/2018
12:25
So long as O'Leary is CEO, I wouldn't hold shares in Ryanair if they were giving them away. I'd feel dirty.
waspfactory
01/10/2018
11:59
Just added my second lot of the day. Want lower.
essentialinvestor
01/10/2018
07:35
Good news for BA, According to newspaper, customers effected vow never fly again with them. The damage Ryanair strikes has caused customer confidence is bad.
montyhedge
01/10/2018
07:21
€150M reduction in profits = £1,000m reduction in market cap, just doesn't add up.
hatfullofsky
01/10/2018
07:13
The Unions wont destroy Ryanair the management will. They have already. Treat your employees like scum, reap the rewards. Down this baby goes. Well done MOL.
calabrian
26/9/2018
03:53
The unions will destroy Ryanair's profitability in the same way that the unions destroyed the UK car industry in the 1970's. It's what left-wing political organisations do. They infect a body and consume it from within. Call it Entryism. UNITE is led by Len McCluskey. This person is an unreconstructed Stalinist and drips hate and vengeance. His thirst for control and power over the companies that allow this union into their companies is unquenchable. A grotesque The unions used to have a role to play. Now they're mere parasitic, political vested interests
gersemi
25/9/2018
23:28
The Ryanair model is getting broken, letting in the unions was the thin edge of the wedge and now they are ending up with the same nightmare problems IAG have, without the pension issues (yet). I think they were over confident they could contain it....throw in a rapidly escalating oil price and brexit basket case UK and these could be back down to sub 10 before xmas.
porsche1945
24/9/2018
16:59
Anyone have a current TA view?, Thanks.
essentialinvestor
13/9/2018
15:12
I think you answered our own question. Yes, a poor summer.
calabrian
11/9/2018
16:17
Not traditionally considered a good sign when you ban press from your AGM..........?
sweyn
10/9/2018
21:36
Poor summer? In what way?Profits apparently down 15%, rising labour costs, rising fuel costs, no deal brexit on the way and European unions said Friday that unless they reform the business model they will carry out a strike at the end of this month the likes of Ryanair have never seen before. The good days could be over for Mikey.Ps - anyone know how much is left in the buyback?
bonovox4
10/9/2018
14:17
3 yr low is 10-11 Euro. Poor summer and now a strange amendment to their baggage policy. 10 euros wouldnt surprise me.
calabrian
10/9/2018
09:49
Would have thought that share price finished it’s decline Hmmmm
kemorkid
25/8/2018
05:49
The new policy will apply for all flights from 1 November. But anyone with bookings from November onwards can either accept the new policy or cancel for a full refund. Passengers who want to bring a wheelie-bag weighing no more than 10kg must pay £6 for priority boarding, which will allow them to bring it on board, or £8 to check it in. Ryanair insists the move is not aimed to make more money, but purely to improve timekeeping. Oh sure I believe that. Of course it will make money. Don't understand how it can make a difference to timekeeping as it seems to me that there is always a significant gap in time between everyone boarding and roll back. Also its unfair to penalise people who booked in advance. A refund is no good because people are often committed to travel arrangements. They should have brought the new system in when the new booking period is brought in.
amt
23/8/2018
17:48
Https://www.independent.co.uk/travel/news-and-advice/ryanair-baggage-policy-change-hand-cabin-luggage-allowance-cut-easyjet-british-airways-a8504966.html
spob
23/8/2018
08:44
Think the market may have misunderstood what the unions winning means for the future of Ryanair.Ryan's model relies on passive, powerless pilots.I think Ryan is now doomed.
sweyn
13/8/2018
09:18
Calabrian Totally agree. Can't stand O'Leary.
montyhedge
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