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
  0.21 1.5% 14.24 14.245 14.26 14.34 13.945 14.01 1,304,108 16:35:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 7,697.4 948.1 77.4 18.4 15,962

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18/9/2019
14:04
BA pilot strike off.
montyhedge
17/9/2019
12:53
It would be far better(medium term) if poo stayed elevated for a multi month timeframe. High poo is a capacity killer.
essentialinvestor
17/9/2019
12:50
Give it time. Market is not the best generally at the moment. Ryanair still turns a profit through rough times. Not many other airlines do. High fuel price hurts RYA profits, but it also destroys competitors. Long term this is a dead cert imo
gimmethefax
17/9/2019
09:44
Indeed - so it's a bit disappointing for the share price to be so clobbered by the POO. Got clobbered when it was cheap too. Can't win!
time_traveller
16/9/2019
12:50
The reverse, look at the hedging levels.
essentialinvestor
16/9/2019
07:04
Could the oil hike end ryanair?
18bells
14/9/2019
11:37
and yet enother SNAFU- This is possibly the worst of all flying cattle trucks - https://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?fav=add&id=18392195 And just watch them wriggle out of trying to pay compensation -What chances of Class Action -?
pugugly
06/9/2019
03:03
Low shareprice, keep it simple Best part of the Ryanair flight is the jingle on landing hTtps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ExAEDQ26HTE
muffinhead
23/8/2019
09:33
Oil is 25% of airlines cost, made great profits when oil $85 now Brent $59.66. Helps all airlines big profits will filtered through.
montyhedge
23/8/2019
09:31
O'Leary really stuffed the pilots, brilliant.
montyhedge
23/8/2019
09:27
RYA given a contrarian Buy from one of the FT journalists last night.
essentialinvestor
23/8/2019
09:01
97% of flights that operated, how many were cancelled?!
alphabravo321
23/8/2019
08:35
People on the other3% won’t be happy.
albert3591
22/8/2019
18:26
Pilot strike flopped, pilots drafted in, 97% of flights left on time.
montyhedge
22/8/2019
18:00
Irish strikes blocked in high court, UK strikes fell flat in the UK, with more or less all flights operating and on time - Ryanair looking stronger than ever, and unions looking weaker than ever.
time_traveller
21/8/2019
20:49
From their website just now...THU 22 & FRI 23 UK FLIGHTS TO OPERATE AS SCHEDULED21 Aug 2019 • 20:46Ryanair regrets the decision by less than 30% of our highly paid UK pilots to vote for strikes on Thurs 22nd & Fri 23rd August, in support of unreasonable pay demands that Captains pay be DOUBLED from a current £170,000 p.a. to over £375,700 p.a., just 9 weeks before BREXIT, which could severely damage Ryanair's business and UK pilot jobs.Ryanair applied today to the London High Court for an injunction to prevent this unjustified strike by a small number of pilots going ahead during the last week of the UK school holidays. However thanks to the great work and volunteerism of the vast majority of our UK based pilots, Ryanair now expects to operate its full schedule of flights to/from our UK airports on Thurs 22nd and Fri 23rd. We do not expect significant disruptions on Thurs or Friday, however we cannot rule out some small flight delays and/or flight changes. We are working hard with our pilot teams to minimise any such delays for our customers and their families.All passengers scheduled to travel on flights to/from UK airports on Thurs 22nd & Fri 23rd Aug should arrive at their departure airport as normal and they can expect their scheduled Ryanair flight to depart on time.We sincerely thank the vast majority of our UK based pilots for volunteering to fly on Thurs & Fri so that we can minimise disruptions to our customers and their families during the last week of the school holidays. We again call on the BALPA union and this small minority of UK pilots to return to Mediation, as they are required to under our Recognition Agreement. British pilots earning six figure annual salaries should not be threatening the holiday flights of thousands of British passengers and their families (very few of whom earn over £170,000 p.a.).
anony mous
21/8/2019
08:53
If the Spanish strikes go ahead could have serious consequences they are currently planning 10 strikes throughout September on the 1, 2, 6, 8, 13, 15, 20, 22, 27 and 28. He needs to get this sorted or people will just not feel confident to book with them in future.
tim 3
20/8/2019
10:49
May also be worth noting on RYA - lack of any BOD buying atm.
essentialinvestor
20/8/2019
10:32
Monty, like it as an investment I'm guessing you mean, never flown RYA. It's a cluster of negatives atm, which only get worse on a no deal exit (increasingly likely) and worse still if the Max does not return to service. Longer term - lowest cost operator in an expanding sector. IAG - reliance on business class travel is a main factor for not holding any.
essentialinvestor
20/8/2019
09:45
EssentiaL Why do you like Ryanair over IAG, to me its a no brainer IAG.
montyhedge
19/8/2019
12:27
At a decent price too.
gimmethefax
19/8/2019
11:47
They bought back nearly 2.5M shares last Friday.
bonovox4
19/8/2019
11:28
Should pay off very nicely in a few years from now.
gimmethefax
17/8/2019
10:20
Added yesterday and Thursday.
essentialinvestor
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