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easyJet plc (EZJ.L)

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
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  • A
    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.
  • A
    Hold or sell?
  • J
    Why is it up ?

    Not even close to open borders.

    Moroccan border just closed again.

    Netherlans a lockdown extension.

    Too much optimism.
  • r
    UK vaccine rollout going well, now over 10m vaccines administered. good signs for air travel industry.
  • J
    Alea jacta est
    This is toast, basically
  • T
    Realistically what do we think this is going down to given the news that international tourism is off until late summer / autumn at best. Looking to gauge the buy point
  • B
    Blaze 🚀
    Far more resilient for a budget airline that people give it credit for. This will double in a year
  • f
    No flights until September 2021. All companies burning cash now
  • J
    back to 1300 by july
  • m
    May or June thir will be some flying
  • K
    typical I buy this and it tanks.. sorry guys 👍 just happens when I buy stocks
  • J
    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
  • V
    I just got 2 free shares of this at 722 so should I sell right now or do you guys think it'll eventually rise?
  • G
    Growth investor
    How is this only down 7. They will need another rights issue surely, no one is going to be flying this summer now
  • M
    Why the f is this still up when they haven’t had any revenues for 6+ months?
  • s
    Just in --> New Kent covid strain mutation may be able to bypass the immune system rendering vaccines useless.
  • R
    Heads up - UK set for another full lockdown - Borris announcement tomorrow PM
  • R
    EasyJet boosts liquidity with a new five-year £1.39 billion loan facility
  • S
  • P
    Looks like a time to short.