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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
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.085 0.55% 15.51 15.50 15.53 15.655 15.245 15.48 596,865 11:38:56
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 8,494.8 670.3 58.2 26.6 17,453

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17/6/2019
08:47
European budget airlines Ryanair Holdings PLC (RYA.LN) and Wizz Air Holdings PLC (WIZZ.LN) are racing to lower their carbon-dioxide emissions emissions and attract environmentally-minded flyers. The airline industry has become one of the fastest-growing sources of emissions, partly due to more affordable air travel. Aviation emissions have doubled in the last 20 years and are responsible for an estimated 4.9% of man-made global warming, according to Transport & Environment, a campaign group. Ryanair started disclosing its emissions after European Union figures released in April showed it became the first airline to enter the top ten polluters in Europe across all industries. The Irish company heralded itself as "Europe's greenest" airline earlier this month, saying it emits an average of 66 grams of CO2 per passenger per kilometer as of May. But Wizz Air is now zooming past its competitor when it comes to emissions savings, according to data disclosed by the Hungarian airline on Friday for the first time. Wizz Air, which now claims to be "the greenest airline in Europe," said that in May it emitted 56.5 grams of CO2 per passenger per kilometer, 16% lower than its competitor. The airline put the savings down to its fleet of Airbus SE (AIR.FR) aircraft, which have an average age of 4.7 years. Wizz has more than 250 Airbus A321neo aircraft on order and predicts it will lower its environmental footprint further, decreasing emissions for every passenger by one-third by 2030. "We have set ambitious goals for ourselves to further reduce the impact on the environment by deploying the latest state-of-the-art technology," Wizz Air chief executive Jozsef Varadi said. Write to Dieter Holger at dieter.holger@dowjones.com; @dieterholger (END) Dow Jones Newswires June 14, 2019 09:28 ET (13:28 GMT)
the grumpy old men
13/6/2019
12:59
Short oil stocks, long airlines. Talk of strike ballot by pilots, deal always done in the end. Best quote I read on Bloomberg bullentin board, Pilots are glorified bus drivers with a higher eduction, lol.
montyhedge
12/6/2019
14:36
Michael would prefer $70 to shake out competition. Monty, think what the sector share price are saying is...risks of recession increasing. They may be incorrect, difficult call.
essentialinvestor
12/6/2019
13:25
Brent nearly broke 60 dollars, down 20% since April, good news for all airlines.
montyhedge
10/6/2019
05:29
Another troll by the username lsehotdealz haha, share price is stagnant and there’s talks of fundraise at 10p on that board lol desperation has lead to going round posting on different board to prevent share price from dropping, usually ud stay quiet and average down and accumulate if you see huge potential lmaoo he’s spamming all the boards and a newly registered today as a member lol
lukmanpatel
05/6/2019
10:23
Yup, fully agree. It's why this is my sector favourite - not suitable for everyone. Many want dividends and could not live with the volatility.
essentialinvestor
05/6/2019
10:18
Bono: because it`s the most efficient and cheapest way to return money to the shareholders.Not everyone is looking for a short term gain and every million shares cancelled adds ultimate value to shareholders.It may not be any consolation now but it`s keeping the shareprice from bombing .for eg like EZJ.I`m pretty sure any big drops will be followed by a commensurate increase in the amount bought.Suits me fine and the fact they CAN do it and maintain investment in the business is great IMO.
sparty1
01/6/2019
09:21
Bono, on the TA views I just look at the levels mentioned, can't give a view on it myself. Remember there are usually different views and as drg references at the end of his post..it's just an opinion. As a pure guesstimate, I thought if we leave the EU in October without a deal, then under 9 on the share price looks reasonable - that's not a political point so please no one take offense.
essentialinvestor
01/6/2019
00:24
ie The fibonacci 61.8% retrace, if that's your bag.
time_traveller
31/5/2019
22:59
Also why do they prevail with the buybacks when they have never done jack sh1t for the sp?
bonovox4
31/5/2019
22:55
Forgive my ignorance on these matters but could someone give me that TA in layman's terms?
bonovox4
31/5/2019
17:38
As mentioned, TA view kindly provided by drg: If RYA can continue to move sideways/up for a another week or two that would set up the conditions for a possible reversal at a new low around the 62% retrace of the 2008-17 rise (867). If not then a reversal just below 800 at the 2014 breakout area would be another possibility. A large mutli-year H&S would only come into play if these levels go. Just an opinion though ...
essentialinvestor
31/5/2019
09:44
drg on the SHA board gave a TA view last week, will try to post it later.
essentialinvestor
31/5/2019
07:35
No, because I don't really see it. It was the IC who called it - I guess on the 5 year chart there's a faint H&S. But a bounce from just under 10e would be a clear double bottom for this year.
time_traveller
30/5/2019
15:58
Hi guy can you point me towards the hs you see thanks
william7093
23/5/2019
17:17
Found it, thanks. Can't comment on the TA and don't wish to be disrespectful, but the mention of 7 months of falling airline journeys in Sweden pointing to airlines following the combustion engine on the way out, looks pretty tenuous - and that's being polite. Dominic Picarda wrote some quality TA articles for the IC back in the day.
essentialinvestor
23/5/2019
17:01
TT, appreciate the view. Did not realise the IC had given a TA view?.
essentialinvestor
23/5/2019
16:56
Double bottom reversal just under the €10. Or for balance, the IC sees a head and shoulders, but if there is one, it looks very messy to me. I prefer the former.
time_traveller
23/5/2019
15:07
Monty, I had one lot at 10.04, a second at 9.97. Hoped for lower to be honest. They are not cheap to buy as you have 1% stamp and then FX. Only buy ordinary shares as I don't spreadbet.
essentialinvestor
23/5/2019
14:47
Oil getting smashed good for airlines.
montyhedge
23/5/2019
10:26
Right, so under 10 has arrived, added a small amount.
essentialinvestor
22/5/2019
09:32
There is a reason, they are attempting to remove sector capacity by maintaining low pricing. The 'logic' is they have one of the strongest balance sheets and others will fold. So it's a little messy and brutal in the meantime. As for 5 on the SP, well never say never, but that low looks unlikely to me. However, RYA is subject to large % price swings. And as a result I would never recommend buying RYA shares to friends or family members.
essentialinvestor
22/5/2019
09:08
what i find it puzzling is that ryanair don't push their prices up a bit - they would still have the lowest fares but it would reduce losses.
bor491
22/5/2019
08:44
Sentiment is very important as a short term factor in determining individual share prices, however RYA have just announced an approx 40% Fall in pre tax profits. They have highlighted significant sector overcapacity, referenced a near £500 million estimated increase in fuel costs for this year, and warned that profitability may fall again over the next 12 months - none of this is Brexit related Brexit will likely have a very material adverse effect IF we leave without a deal. And as we move closer to the end of October, it will increasing weigh on the share price, unless progress is made with EU discussions.
essentialinvestor
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