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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Tui Ag TUI London Ordinary Share DE000TUAG000 ORD REG SHS NPV (DI)
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
19.70 5.14% 403.20 16:35:03
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
381.30 373.90 399.60 403.20 383.50
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greenstreet1: Remember when Boeing and Brexit were TUIs biggest concerns 😂😂 In all seriousness the economic devastation this must be bringing to countries relying on tourism to get by I would feel happy to Fly out to Help out which also benefits my massive need for a holiday very soon. TUI will be my first choice and not just because I hold shares..
greenstreet1: Shouldnt price continue to increase as less rights interests are on offer to buy? It seems TUI stocks are in demand atm. If good vaccine news continues alongside reduced death rates and reduced risk of continued lockdowns and travel restrictions this demand and good sentiment should continue? TUI shares were knocked by Brexit, then Boeing issues and now COVID so once emerged and all issues resolved hopefully share price will be far higher. Whos holding on to their butt cheeks for long enough to find out!?
sdave1: Nope, you're right I'm wrong. My shares are now on my HL account. Share ticker TUID. Trading at £2.37, which is a quid lower than the normal TUI shares. So I believe that is the cost to exercise your rights. Therefore over all I'm about 50% up from last week. In theory. Lol...
typo56: simonlevert, they went ex-rights from open on Friday. Anyone holding TUI shares at close on Thursday is entitled to the rights and should receive them, even if they sold their qualifying TUI shares on Friday or today.
rickyfish3: Hi everybody, I'm new to this site and would like to ask a couple of questions about what happened on Friday with Tui, if that's ok. I bought some Tui shares about a week ago through my Halifax share dealing account. The question is... will I be offered the right to buy the cheap shares ? also is this done through Halifax automatically. I don't have a share certificate, so how do I know if I'm on the share register. I tried phoning the Halifax on Friday but there was a 40 min queue every time. As you can see I'm new this and I've never heard of "exercise subscription rights" your advise would be much appreciated.
activeservo: My prediction is in 2.5 week time that the headlines will be "record low" death and infection rates. In reality even if we doubled the current infection rate (tested) @ 200,000 per day, that's only 0.3% of population. The media state "record high" but it's all relative.Boris deliberately lowered expectations re the vaccine the other day to make it a larger success come Feb. The 200k jabs per day is very good so I think they're going to succeed, even a month or two late that's massive for TUI. TUIs not usually my thing but even we're looking to book one! Chilled out, package holiday after all this, lovely.
greenstreet1: It seems positive to me that they are using funds received to pay down existing debts and carry them through to summer. We are all in hot water if there is no improvement in the pandemic situation by Spring, not just TUI. Governments will have to pull out all the stops again. Im not losing hope just yet. No one truely believed this year would start a new without pandemic issues. We did not predict such an increase either but we do have a vaccine and it is rolling out. If TUI survive they will fly, pun intended
steeplejack: Boris doesn't have a plan but the German Government does and that's why this underwritten heavily discounted rights issue is seen as offering some salvation.Comparisons with Rolls Royce are understandable but pretty simplistic.Rolls is arguably ,defence apart in a worse mess than TUI.It comes down to cash flow and if and when tourists return TUI will be a prime beneficiary.Moreover,assuming survival,holiday pricing will reflect a reduction in competition.There seems to be a failure to do simple computations as to the immediate impact of the rights issue.The initial response was favourable.A straight XR calculation indicated nearer £3 than £4.The shares remain a punt because frankly no one knows when Covid will abate,despite the vaccine.
typo56: If you can buy the 'nil paid' rights at around £2 on Monday and the existing TUI shares are still trading at £4, surely the arbitrage of long rights/short TUI would be an absolute no brainer? I can't see it myself. Something has to give. The nil paids have to track €1.07 below TUI. It may be that the nil paids will be on a large spread.
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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