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Despite the upbeat tone, investors punished easyJet stock as management lowered its initial guidance. Although 87% capacity of 2019 levels is still high, this is lower than the 90% initially guided. The firm’s outlook for Q4 also saw a decline to 90% of 2019 levels. Additionally, higher operating costs soured investor sentiment even further.
told you lol down to £3 we go
Easyjet buying 50+ new airbus airplanes.
all you need to know is look at passenger arrivals trend
Statistics relating to passenger arrivals in the United Kingdom since the COVID-19 outbreak, May 2022
Let's get back to stability and get this share price to where it should be. Moving into a position of strength by reducing flights pre-emptively for the long term greater good! up up and away
whats happening with easyjet ? will it fall further
I still think the recovery will be strong here, the balance sheet and potential for easyjet to open back up to 75% operational capacity is still very strong.
hopefully with this bad news and sharp decline we start to see real positive action to protect airlines in order for them to prosper, not only for is shareholders, but the employees, customers and countries which business and tourism is provided for through the sky bridges
I think that this stock is a bargain right now, and here is why, 1. Should easyJet be close to bankruptcy, the government will bail them out, as it’s too important to the economy. Also historically the government has bailed out aviation company. So I see no threat of easyJet going bankrupt. 2. The virus especially in the uk seems to be calming down, and barring a wild second wave, I personally don’t see another lockdown happening. This means that easyJet aren’t going to get worse, and the most difficult times are behind them. I think that appetite for foreign holidays will be especially large next summer due to many not going this year. Good news for easyJet. The last is the current stock price. It is so cheap and far below it’s 5 year moving average. In my view, easyJet is a good well run company that is feeling the effects of the pandemic; and it’s fundamentals are still good. I think that it could be a very good long term investment with very large upside and small risk due to how low the stock price is currently. Time to buy cheap and wait for things to improve which I firmly believe they will.
I’m greedy when others fearful doubled my money since start of pandemic. on travel stocks I’m washing and repeating as sure as the sun rises and sets people will one day fly again
EasyJet reported a 337% surge in flight bookings and a 630% jump in holiday bookings for locations such as Alicante, Malaga, Palmo, Faro and Crete.
UK vaccine rollout going well, now over 10m vaccines administered. good signs for air travel industry.
Why buy? Expectations are for a slow recovery. Also new shares issue will be around £4.
this stock will sore this month with sky bridges reopening across Europe
This is being hammered and many destinations went to amber from green yesterday...if theres a 4th autumnal/winter lockdown then we'll revisit £5..burning through cash...will watch and wait for this one.
same dude v, chuffed got tons of shares at low prices with lots of recovery in stock price underway
Far more resilient for a budget airline that people give it credit for. This will double in a year
I’m amazed this stock is still holding at these levels.
With new Covid variants and slow vaccine rollout I don’t see anyone being able to go on hols any time soon. Let’s see how long institutional investors hold for
EASYJET : Credit Suisse maintains a Buy rating
11/19/2021 | 08:09am
Already positive, the research from Credit Suisse and its analyst Neil Glynn still consider the stock as a Buy opportunity. The target price is revised downwards from GBX 927 to GBX 787.
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£9-£10 a share by end of year
Bought my rights issue at 410 🤑
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