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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tui Ag LSE:TUI London Ordinary Share DE000TUAG000 ORD REG SHS NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  2.30 0.59% 391.50 390.50 390.90 397.40 388.50 390.30 3,344,370 16:35:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 7,210.2 -2,907.5 -484.7 - 2,311

Tui Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/4/2021
15:33
It WAS NOT an electrical issue it was a software issue compounded by the insanity of using just one sensor. The max is very different from previous 737's it flies differently because they put giant engines mounted further frward because they don;t fit on the low slung low under carriage 737. Because the aircraft can pitch up because the engines create lift all on their own at certain angles of attack they countered with MCAS to automatically drop the nose. Exept they didn;t tell or train the pilots about MCAS (and remember the one sensor. If the sustem malfunctioned you had to understand what it was and how to deactivate the system.. you can guess the rest...in fact you can read about the 2 incidents and that's just the ones that resulted in an actual incident...
spinnereins
16/4/2021
07:06
The electrical issue with the Max.......it's already been sorted on the TUI aircraft. The airplanes have already been mod'd.
craftyale
16/4/2021
01:22
Boss at TUI reckons they'll run 75% of normal schedule this summer. ADYOT.
creddy
15/4/2021
08:21
TBH it's looking cautiously good for Air travel in 2021 but relatively normal for 2022 . Not a complete washout but still patience required . It seems we've controlled the 'Beast' . And common sense backed but the obligatory GREED will ensure a return to the Norm. ( sadly ) Cv 19 is what is ... A DIFFERENT FLU VARIANT. And we collapsed as a world ... A natural corollary of the NANNY STATE we live in . If at first you don't succeed. GIVE UP OR BLAME IT ON A CONDITION .. " NOT MY FAULT BRIGADE !!!
once bitten1
15/4/2021
08:09
Hairdresser to Sharon : Good to see you again, where are you going on your holidays? Sharon : ooh I’ve not booked one yet ———;—— Sharon to Dave : Dave, I want to book a holiday. Zoe at the hairdressers was telling me everyone’s going. Dave : Okay Sharon, we can get down to Tui tomorrow.
johnbuythedips
14/4/2021
09:48
Thank for the link
pottsypotts
14/4/2021
08:12
good news on summer holidays on the EZJ RNS
activeservo
13/4/2021
17:05
Looks like the TUI market can see through bojo's BS Https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/977446/Report-of-the-Global-Travel-Taskforce-accessible.pdf
activeservo
09/4/2021
17:38
Boeing's 737 Max plane has a new issue, and 16 airlines are being told to ground planes. The company said Friday that some of the planes are facing "a potential electrical issue." As a result, the plane maker recommended 16 airlines immediately ground their affected models so the issue can be resolved. Southwest Airlines, United, and American Airlines confirmed separately that they're impacted. 30 planes owned by Southwest, 17 owned by American, and 16 owned by United were impacted, the companies said. Boeing's 737 has been in production since the late '60s, but the most recent model - the 737 Max - has been notoriously problem-riddled.
loganair
09/4/2021
16:25
Looks like the price has to be high today because of the offering and coverting bond to share...Am I right?
thunders
09/4/2021
13:38
It will be interesting to see how many companies fail after the new post covid world settles. Things may never be the same again. Holiday habits have always been unpredictable. Originally everyone went to the seaside to be on a crowded beach at Brighton or Blackpool. Why did they bother, it looks awful. Then Butlins and the Stalag Luft hi de hi era. That soon got killed off by packaged trips to the dreadful Costa del sol. ...football yobs in the sun. Now even the lowest socio economic groups can cruise or visit Florida. What after Covid, so many reassessing their priorities. Will package holidays flying squeezy jet be obsolete? Groucho Marx was right. "I would never want to join a club that would have me for a member'. .
careful
09/4/2021
12:34
I've been trading this successfully for a while now. I did short it from around 393 or so (but got stopped out before this drop). I personally think it will drop to at least 360, but might even retest the 354 area (closing price on 2h chart). I'm watching for now and am currently happy to trade it both long and short as it moves so nicely.
stupmy
09/4/2021
11:12
Neither the bond news nor travel news terribly well received it seems. The Government clearly held back their announcement to finalise some details, then Schapps makes a statement clearly missing lots of details. What a shambles they are [edited for clarity]
suffolkjim
09/4/2021
09:45
Travel approved to start on May 17.
pwal
09/4/2021
09:17
so tui are in need of another 350m eu. On todays bond they are paying a 5% coupon, convertible. A better bet than the shares but for institutions only. They must be about junk rated in todays market. We dabble in troubled companies and it is fun. We idiots and those like us drive the prices up and we feel smart for a while. At least I do not own Bitcoin, a much higher ranked type of idiot.
careful
09/4/2021
09:16
What rns is due
pottsypotts
09/4/2021
09:14
This company is uninvestable, going to remain on life support forever, will just keep rolling over its debt in perpetuity. Needs another rights issue really an truthfully, they must spend a lotta money on interest.
bookbroker
09/4/2021
09:08
Ha! Perfect timing for the RNS ready for next week.
activeservo
09/4/2021
09:00
Don't panic!
pwal
05/4/2021
22:15
What !!!!!!!!!!!!!
welsh3
05/4/2021
21:21
We need to stay in doors! We need to closedown! We need to stay in lockdown in order to protect The NHS!
donald t
05/4/2021
08:42
The boss of holiday giant Tui has welcomed the introduction of a "traffic light" system for foreign travel. Speaking ahead of an announcement by the prime minister, Andrew Flintham told BBC Breakfast: "We are all trying to reopen the UK, the economy, and travel is an intrinsic part of that. "So we are looking for some really clear guidelines so we welcome the traffic light system. We think it will give us some clear rules to work with and also it will make it obvious what data is driving what decisions." Mr Flintham said the company was gearing up to restart and added: "All our teams are getting ready for restart, we believe and we hope the 17th [of May] will be possible. "We think with the amazing vaccine programme and the greater provision of testing, we think we should be able to get going." He said he was positive about destinations including Cyprus, Greece, Turkey, Spain and the Caribbean. In Greece, the dominant hospitality industry is waiting for tourists to return.
bigbigdave
02/4/2021
02:25
summer holidays will be on this year to select countries but green light system will require covid passport. always do your own thinking.
creddy
01/4/2021
22:31
Good news on its way next week :-)
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