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
  6.50 2.8% 238.90 5,417,427 16:35:06
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
239.10 239.50 241.70 230.60 231.60
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 7,210.17 -2,907.51 -484.69 1,411
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:46:50 O 40,653 238.876 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 232.40p.
Tui Ag has a 4 week average price of 210.70p and a 12 week average price of 210.70p.
The 1 year high share price is 575.60p while the 1 year low share price is currently 210.70p.
There are currently 590,415,100 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 9,866,084 shares. The market capitalisation of Tui Ag is £1,410,501,673.90.
husbod: Thanks - potentially a bit more to go on the downward direction then. In my experience most rights issues result in the share price falling below the issue price before recovering (assuming the ri addresses the problems behind the launch and assuming the company is a flier in the first case) so I'll just continue watching for the moment.Note - this should mean the share price will recover immediately!
husbod: I've been watching and watching this share and particularly since the very recent fund raising. I am convinced TUI will pull through but am wondering if anyone here has worked out what the adjusted share price should in fact be after allowing for the share price at the time the rights issue was announced.One factor that slightly concerns me is how much of the company's cash has already been taken into account as its money paid by holiday makers in earlier years and retained by the company. Personally I paid for a Crete holiday which has been cancelled twice but hopefully will now take place next May. So that's a holiday paid for last year but part of the forward booking for next year. Plenty of those I suspect.
patience a virtue: Moody's upgrades TUI's rating to B3; outlook stable "Our decision to upgrade TUI's rating reflects both the improving market outlook for leisure travel as the majority of Europeans are already vaccinated as well as the progress the company has achieved in safeguarding liquidity, strengthening the balance sheet with additional equity and raising funds that will allow it to start paying back support packages TUI has received during the Covid crisis," says Vitali Morgovski, a Moody's Assistant Vice President-Analyst and lead analyst for TUI. "The upgrade is based on the expectation that credit metrics and free cash flow generation will be improved to levels in line with the requirements for the B3 rating category over the next quarters, driven by the anticipated normalization of operations", Mr. Morgovski continues.
npp62: Thomas cool and TUI. Same industry but very different animals. TUI far more complex in my opinion. How many AOCs does TUI have? Thomas cook (and Condor) were one thing but TUI has more AOCs than I can think of right now. They're basically many different companies all nailed together under one flag. So if any of those individual companies are failing badly they could be cut out like a cancer... Leaving the more healthy parts to carry on. Happy to be corrected as always.
1krl: Agreed, and it is not as simple as going to the lowest denominator and disregarding everything else. Subscription Rights themselves have a value or price, which is being actively traded. That value-price is apart from the Subscription Price per new share, which is already 35 percent discounted from TERP. So the real cost of the new shares is much higher than the issue price itself, in particular for anyone who has first bought the Rights. Add to that, business fundamentals - travel opening up, TUIs increased bookings, increased cash flow, stronger balance sheet and credit lines extended to summer 2024 - and I do not see a case for going anywhere near issue price. On the contrary, I see an opportunity to buy in at a great price and hold.
brad1: I think what he is trying to say is that some shareholders will take up rights issue and sell immediately to capitalise on the gain, which can often send share price to rights issue price. As it was fully underwritten I would suspect that the underwriter has allowed at least 10% on the rights issue price so I would anticipate a fall to around the £2 mark.
pallys: Seems pointless if you want to buy more rights. On II the rights symbol is TUIB @78p plus 183p rights price giving 270p wheras the closing share price was 266p I wanted more rights and was happy to give more of my cash at the rights price. oh well, if anyone knows a way around this please share.
justin1117: All depends on what you think is going to happen to the holiday industry. It's only my opinion but I think TUI will be safe and holiday bookings are reflecting the fact that people are happy to travel again. If you think the industry is doomed and the share price will never recover then dump them.
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
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