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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Tui Ag TUI London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-3.50 -1.07% 322.70 16:35:22
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
327.30 320.70 332.20 322.70 326.20
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Tui TUI Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount

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once bitten1: The market Manipulator love this . Whilst there's uncertainty they'll hammer this stock up and down . My concern is winter .. BIG THREAT !!No passengers and so called 6th 7th wave of FLU HITS . IF and it's a big If they survive this winter .. I'm pretty sure TUI will survive and prosper .. How much patience do the Germans and Government have ????
1krl: TUI is a German company - not a UK company. What is the relevance of Brexit, Boris and U.K. debt?
snorkelparker: at 210 it will be in the death spiral ...dont underestimate the damage when people fear for their deposits or money back if circumstances change ...its not as if TUI has the reputation of being good in that department ..but now they haven't the cash ..already spent 1bill of tourist receipts in plugging holes..
once bitten1: I think TUI will perhaps rally to £5 max and depending on uptake on the remainder of this summer ..we will know very quickly
s34icknote: Tui will survive Just a question of will the shareholders You pays your money and takes your chance
slinkyj: I think the move to reduce restrictions in the whole is good, people need to learn to realise that life can't be the way it has been the last 18month forever. People will be itching to have a holiday abroad, the holiday companies left will have a great period of packed out planes, villas and hotels. Just be patient as this price is Tui on sale. Didn't think it would go any lower than 400 for where we are today so pretty good upside if you enter here. Will I hold when it goes over 500, maybe not as I prefer dividend stocks for long term holds.
careful: 'like crypto with no intrinsic value' ? I would have thought it was exactly opposite. TUI are asset heavy, hotels, ships, aircraft. Crypto's are computer programme entities that only exist in cyberspace. You can see feel and touch TUI assets, but right now the ships are empty, aircraft grounded, hotels empty. Not good. Hard to imagine that crypto's have any value at all. A flow of cash into it drives it up, selling drives it down. It will be fun to read about this latest car crash in 10 years time.
1krl: I agree with you, and Minky, on the politics side of things. The UK govt has been less than reliable and quite cynical in its approach. If I were to also be cynical, I would say that UK travel restrictions will be lifted as and when MPs themselves are ready to go on overseas holidays. The business point I was making, however, is that TUI is not singularly reliable on the UK market. It has a great share of and is a very popular travel company within the EU market, which is now up and running, with great optimism. I therefore do not agree that TUIs future is in doubt.
spinnereins: Has anyone here looked at the rigmarole for a green country on the TUI site tests before test before return...£80 for a tui partner fit to fly test that they are doing daly in does this work in resort.....pease don;t tell me people will need to travel to airport for testing and then back to resort for test thatsschools are doing daily here ? I am looking at this from a customer's RIDICULOUS the barriers and costs for a green country....and TUI although good with their info has certainly not made it clear around testing for returning to uk...yes you need a test but how is that to be achieved...totally unclear
youngers: WHAT IS THE REASON FOR TUI GROUP GIVING OUT DEPOSITARY INTERESTS (DIS) IN THE UK? TUI shares being German securities are not available for trading directly on the London Stock Exchange. In this context TUI issues a substitute called Depositary Interests (DIs) instead. One Depositary Interest represents an entitlement to one TUI share. hxxps://
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