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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  22.20 4.43% 523.00 1,140,308 12:34:44
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
522.80 523.40 526.20 497.00 502.20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 16,789.16 613.27 62.98 8.2 3,088
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
12:34:36 AT 1 523.00 GBX

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01/12/2020
08:20
Tui Daily Update: Tui Ag is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TUI. The last closing price for Tui was 500.80p.
Tui Ag has a 4 week average price of 296.10p and a 12 week average price of 264.90p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,059.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 218p.
There are currently 590,415,100 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 4,071,548 shares. The market capitalisation of Tui Ag is £3,087,870,973.
25/11/2020
20:58
steeplejack: You could just toss a coin on the price movement,heads or tails. There’s a lot of stock rotation in November as the marketmakers encourage a roll out of the steady eddies of the last six months ie pharmas and techs into the underperformers which include the banks,all things hospitality,civil engineering etc.Whether this rapid shift of emphasis is enduring (with some stocks like TUI up 60% in around a month)will be tested despite many looking hopefully to a further recovery towards the heights of a year ago.For the bulls,there’s the very real expectation that fund managers will feel obliged to play the ‘vaccine’; factor by putting money into the likes of TUI,Compass,Barclays etc.Rishi Sunak strikes a Churchillian note in warning that this is not the end or even the beginning of the end.I suspect that’s unlikely to stop a lot of hopeful optimism pushing some of these recovery plays to even higher ground in the short term.It might be ‘better to travel than arrive’in the case of many of these Covid casualties that have been so severely starved of cash flow.
18/11/2020
09:28
topazfrenzy: It's going up because it is cheap and with the vaccine now here and about to be rolled out over the next 6 months people are already booking for spring next year and beyond Less competition too means the best companies that survive like TUI will be raking in the money in the not too distant future GLA
11/11/2020
11:54
1crackupboom: Ftse booming. Recovery in sight. Tui down. Maybe big seller.
11/11/2020
09:39
topazfrenzy: Oxford vaccine confirmation and straight to £6 here Games were/are being played with the price today, this is a share to accumulate at this time as far as I'm concerned GLA
27/9/2020
14:07
loganair: Tui to cut 8,000 jobs as bookings drop due to coronavirus pandemic. Travel giant Tui has made further cuts to winter capacity due to changing restrictions, as it reported an unprecedented 83% slump in summer bookings. The Anglo-German business said it has cut its fourth quarter programme to just 25pc. It has also switched to alternative low-risk destinations, but said the last month has been impacted by “continuous changes in travel advice by various governments across our markets”, with holidaymakers now booking very last minute as a result. Russ Mould, investment director at AJ Bell, said: “Despite this optimism, Tui has seen a decline in booking volumes, holiday prices, holiday capacity and a shift in consumer trends whereby many people are waiting until the last minute to book, which clouds earnings visibility. “The fact that governments keep changing travel advice is not helping matters, but the pandemic is a fluid situation and companies like Tui will simply need to keep on their toes and be ready to either seize opportunities to sell more holidays if conditions permit, or hunker down and go into survival mode if conditions worsen.”
03/7/2020
20:33
loganair: 1. Going forward - When their B737Max's re-enter service again, what about the associated disruption that TUI will be caused by these aircraft constantly going AOG because how the aircraft's electrics have been so degraded due to the grounding of the said aircraft. This could cost as much as $500k to $1mln per aircraft in the first year of return to service of these aircraft. 2. If I was in TUI's shoes I would make it very clear to Boeing that I will not be taking any of the c440 aircraft that Boeing have built and have been sitting around for a year waiting to be delivered. Any new aircraft TUI takes must have come off the production line with in no more then the past 2 months before the delivery to TUI.
26/5/2020
07:26
hotfinance14: TUI share price flying today due to the Spanish borders being open from 1st July.
04/3/2020
11:26
johnbuythedips: Thank you. Get a lot for your £ out there, good value. Just like the TUI share price Get yourself long TUI puts, I hope you have plenty of provisions. Just watch out for the v-shaped recovery in this sector. TUI to lead the way and I've not even mentioned Boeing.
22/10/2019
16:21
warranty: You know as much about holidays as you do about Brexit Porche. I’d give up on both if I were you. TUI is multi channel anyway and is a tour operator not a retailer. Whether people buy on line or in store, most people still use package deals rather than DIY, so sooner or later TUI share price will be much higher than it is now.
29/3/2019
09:18
joepublic1: This makes no sense to me. Boeing are going to have to pay compensation - it is their bad and not Tui. At worst this is just a hit this year that will be fully recovered from Boeing next year. Tui share price already fell before today to reflect this issue - it is not a new issue. Even if TUI cut their dividend by 25%, that would still be a yield on this share price of over 6%. I cannot make sense of this share price.
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