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easyJet plc (EZJ.L)

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  • s
    stocktargetadvisor
    $ESYJY
    Reiterated by Deutsche Bank Buy GBX 750
    Target Raised by Barclays Equal Weight GBX 685 » GBX 705
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    Nigel
    £9-£10 a share by end of year
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    LewisNIO
    same dude v, chuffed got tons of shares at low prices with lots of recovery in stock price underway
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    Aks
    Why buy? Expectations are for a slow recovery. Also new shares issue will be around £4.
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    Ryan
    Bought my rights issue at 410 🤑
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    paul
    That’s better news than expected regards the ending of PCR test required for a departure to the U.K. for vaccinated. And PCR day 2 test removed from mid October. Should be a green day tomorrow as well..?
  • s
    stocktargetadvisor
    $ESYJY
    Target Set by JPMorgan Chase GBX 595 2021-09-15
    Target Set by Sanford Bernstein GBX 800 2021-09-15
    Target Set by UBS GBX 760
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    LewisNIO
    Good time to buy
  • m
    manish
    Guys make sure you sell so I can add more :)
  • m
    manish
    Keep selling I want to add
  • A
    Allan
    Wow. Come back from holiday to this? Is this worth holding now or best to just offload and take the loss?
  • L
    LewisNIO
    keep buying for an easy 20% gain
  • B
    Ball bag
    Yeah keep selling I’ll keep adding this is great 👍
  • k
    kenm
    Short, price target 350 before Dec
  • G
    Gadaí Dubh
    EasyJet said shareholders will be able to buy 31 new shares for every 47 existing shares at a price of 410p each. This represents a 35.8% discount on the theoretical ex-rights price of 638p per share on Wednesday.
    The carrier also intends to launch the rights issue in France, Germany, Italy and Spain.

    How will this be managed on trading platforms like Degiro Etoro
  • m
    mun poh lim
    I have 311 rights to trade worth £518. Should I sell it now?
  • L
    LewisNIO
    this is making me a fortune atm muahhaah
  • m
    manish
    Time to buy 😂
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    James
    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
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    Anonymous
    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.