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
  -1.50 -0.37% 403.70 4,368,123 16:29:56
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
403.70 404.30 412.40 397.00 405.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 7,210.17 -2,907.51 -484.69 2,384
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:52:28 O 7,016 403.70 GBX

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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 405.20p.
Tui Ag has a 4 week average price of 382.50p and a 12 week average price of 349.10p.
The 1 year high share price is 575.60p while the 1 year low share price is currently 264.90p.
There are currently 590,415,100 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,222,629 shares. The market capitalisation of Tui Ag is £2,383,505,758.70.
once bitten1: I'm out till after the announcement.Think there will be a significant 'Roll back' both in So called Freedom day and Share Price
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
casholaa: I think that the share price is somehow being propped up, it's my conspiracy theory based on my maths skills. "TUI's net debt has ballooned to 7.2 billion euros during the pandemic and needs to start repayments in 2022. Joussen said selling assets or raising new equity would help, echoing his comments in December." 7.2bn net debt vs 1.2bn shares. What is each share worth???? Where am I going wrong?
nickle8dime: Been lurking here for a while, waiting for the government to make a decision on when travel could potentially restart and at that point looking to buy as I see TUI share price increasing greatly from then on, however with the latest government news re no potential travel this summer, even I'll admit it's not looking good. Am assuming share price will decline, but as long as TUI don't go bust and can hold out until holidays are back in the menu, as soon as that's announced and if TUI still exist, I'll be going all in with the monies I've been putting to the side to purchase this stock.....that money is currently growing...but just not taking the leap of faith yet until sometime positive re holidays is announced.
arai: For what it is worth, we are hearing that lockdown will last a bit longer than expected, the cash raised will be eaten in to more, there are to be nearly twice the amount of shares after the 29th and if the money raised is just used to prop up the company for an extended period then all you end up with is a the same company as before, making money and operating well but twice as many shares so you must think about that as to what the share price could recover to realistically in the next 12 months or what ever time frame you have. So what was the share price 12 months ago, half it then place your bets. @once, I agree with you and RI in this instance will end up with a reduced share price. Post RI, the share price as you see it today becomes irrelevant. GLA
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!?
crazi: Going to watch this with interest. The way I see this in simpler terms. Friday 480 share price +- 50% Dilution = 240 SP The fact the capital raise is a negative (i.e. not for a takeover or merger) to stay alive that little bit longer... share price will settle then likely fall further. I have always looked at capital raises with the approach of the share price is basically worth what the capital raise price is which in this case is 107. It's not supposed to be like that as 107 should be discounted but in many cases sort of ends up like that... Find a middle ground between 107 and 240 and I would bet that's where the share price will end up in the end...imho
greenstreet1: Can I ask.. If the record date is 11th Jan which I have read via HL and TUI IR webpage then would the stock not be ex-rights on 12th Jan meaning dilution of shares happens on the 12th Jan. I am very confused. I currently have a holding have been knee deep for a few years with TUI. HL have contacted me to say they will be in touch on 12th Jan presumably to find out if I will be taking up on the rights issue or not.. I dont have much choice now otherwise losses astronomical. Should have kept on top of this RI business months ago. Good luck everyone Im thinking Tuesday will be a telling day but a true picture not really known until end of the month on where the new share price will be sitting?
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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