RYA.L - Ryanair Holdings plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in EUR
13.80
-0.12 (-0.90%)
At close: 4:44PM GMT
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Previous close13.93
Open13.91
Bid13.80 x 0
Ask13.81 x 0
Day's range13.67 - 14.02
52-week range13.67 - 1,415.00
Volume2,155,152
Avg. volume2,403,150
Market cap15.141B
Beta (3Y monthly)0.51
PE ratio (TTM)17.69
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date2015-02-12
1y target estN/A
  • Ryanair CEO: ‘No Justification’ for More Environmental Taxes on Air Travel
    Skift

    Ryanair CEO: ‘No Justification’ for More Environmental Taxes on Air Travel

    While Ryanair and other airlines have recently found the time to talk up their supposed environmental credentials, they are less keen to support an increase in taxation to deal with climate change. France is bringing in a new levy and Germany is planning its own changes. At the same time aviation in general is facing […]

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    LIVE MARKETS-Closing snapshot: S&P and STOXX walk into a bar

    * European shares on fresh milestones * Wall Street reaches record highs * Well-received results boost Ryanair, Healthineers, Ferrari * UK plan to overhaul online casinos hits gambling stocks Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Joice Alves. Reach her on Messenger to share your thoughts on market moves: joice.alves.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net CLOSING SNAPSHOT: S&P AND STOXX ENTER A BAR (1647 GMT) Bartender says: "So, why the long face?" But seriously folks, there's something going on in terms of sentiment with Wall Street on record highs and European bourses hitting all kind of milestones.

  • EU Air-Safety Regulator Denies Dragging Out Review of Boeing Max
    Bloomberg

    EU Air-Safety Regulator Denies Dragging Out Review of Boeing Max

    (Bloomberg) -- Want the lowdown on European markets? In your inbox before the open, every day. Sign up here.Europe’s air-safety regulator defended its scrutiny of Boeing Co.’s grounded 737 Max after one of the model’s biggest customers said the agency has become an obstacle to the jet’s return.European Union Aviation Safety Agency Executive Director Patrick Ky hit back at claims from Ryanair Holdings Plc chief Michael O’Leary that the authority is “dragging its heels” over the Max, saying it’s simply fulfilling its obligations.“If Mr. O’Leary doesn’t like it, that’s his problem, but it’s not going to put pressure on me to go faster, I can assure you,” Ky said in an interview in Helsinki. “We are doing what we think is right.”Tensions are running high as the Max’s idling after two fatal crashes threatens to extend into next year, hurting carriers that are relying on the model to lift margins. Ryanair has 135 orders for the jet and says it may get only 20 of the 60 due for next summer even if the revamped 737 flies again by Christmas.With the crisis surrounding the Max posing a challenge to the FAA’s credibility, other regulators have followed EASA’s lead on assessing the plane’s safety.Ky said that the way forward is now clearer than it was a few months ago but that EASA needs to analyze Boeing’s proposed modifications to the Max’s systems, software, components and operational procedures.Pilot Training“We need to assess whether the changes have been safely made,” he said. “We also need to determine what will be the operational requirements, meaning training requirements for the pilots. That will be one of the key decisions.”O’Leary said on Bloomberg TV that EASA is moving more slowly than the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration, which is leading scrutiny of the Max. The Cologne, Germany-based agency has also avoided meeting with a Max users’ group in Europe and needs “to move with a little more pace,” he said.Boeing has been upgrading software on the Max that was linked to the crashes at Lion Air and Ethiopian Airlines, and has said it expects that the plane will be cleared to fly this year. Ky reiterated suggestions that EASA may take longer to get the model back into service while it checks through the fixes.“Our latest plans are pointing at a date for our decision to be in January 2020,” he said. “As far as I know, the FAA was planning on December. If we have a couple of weeks of time difference I don’t think it’s a major problem.”Ky said the U.S. regulator’s own schedule has slipped after it originally suggested the Max might return to service in May, adding that EASA is equally eager to wrap things up, with 25 staff who are working on the topic “starting to really want to take normal holidays and to have other projects.”‘Confident’O’Leary said earlier that Boeing and the FAA “haven’t been easy to deal with” in recent months but that the manufacturer -- who he speaks with “once a week” -- has identified and rectified the issues with the plane. “We are one of the airlines with a Max simulator here in Europe,” he said. “We’re very confident that this aircraft is safe. The regulators need to work with us as an industry to get this aircraft back flying.”Ryanair said it now expects to get its first Max jets in March or April rather than January or February, based on the model getting clearance to fly in North America before Christmas.The delays are holding back expansion and causing Ryanair to extend leases and hold off on selling older planes, Chief Financial Officer Neil Sorahan said. The airline will also close bases and cut job cuts to make up for slower capacity growth and the absence of fuel efficiencies from the Max.Ryanair rose the most in five years after beating quarterly earnings estimates and refining its full-year profit guidance, with O’Leary saying he’s more optimistic about future operating conditions.\--With assistance from Richard Weiss.To contact the reporters on this story: Leo Laikola in Helsinki at llaikola@bloomberg.net;Siddharth Philip in London at sphilip3@bloomberg.net;Manus Cranny in London at mcranny@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Anthony Palazzo at apalazzo@bloomberg.net, Christopher JasperFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    LIVE MARKETS-Bear capitulation

    * European shares extend opening gains to hit new highs * STOXX 600 +1.1%, DAX +1.6%; FTSE +1.2% * Well-received results boost Ryanair, Healthineers, Ferrari * UK plan to overhaul online casinos hits gambling stocks * Wall Street hits new record highs Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Joice Alves. Reach her on Messenger to share your thoughts on market moves: joice.alves.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net BEAR CAPITULATION (1448 GMT) The "melt-up" word has made its comeback and same so the phrase "bear capitulation", clearly indicating the shift in narrative -- which makes a perfect fit with equity markets across the globe climbing to new highs. Meanwhile in the U.S. the S&P 500 has opened at a new lifetime high and equity markets from Switzerland to Brazil and India are also trading at record levels.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    LIVE MARKETS-Q3 earnings: A miss hurts more than a beat helps

    * European shares extend opening gains to hit new highs * STOXX 600 +1%, DAX +1.5%; FTSE +1.1% * Well-received results boost Ryanair, Healthineers, Ferrari * UK plan to overhaul online casinos hits gambling stocks * Asian shares rise to 14-week highs on trade deal hopes * Wall street futures also up Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Joice Alves. Reach her on Messenger to share your thoughts on market moves: joice.alves.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net Q3 EARNINGS: A MISS HURTS MORE THAN A BEAT HELPS (1357 GMT) As always, there have been spectacular misses and beats and price swings during this corporate earnings season with, for instance, and no later than today, Siemens Healthineers surging close to 10%.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    LIVE MARKETS-Melt-up fears make a comeback

    * European shares extend opening gains * STOXX 600 +0.9%, DAX +1.2%; FTSE +1% * Ryanair and Healthineers rise after results * Asian shares rise to 14-week highs on trade deal hopes * Wall street futures rise Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Joice Alves. Reach her on Messenger to share your thoughts on market moves: joice.alves.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net MELT-UP FEARS MAKE A COMEBACK (1244 GMT) That's the price of success: the S&P 500 is on all-time high and with Wall Street futures pointing out to another likely record this session, it's only natural to see people worry about a melt-up again. An influential voice, Ed Yardeni, president and chief investment strategist at Yardeni Research, told CNBC last Friday he wasn't comfortable with the pace of the latest rally.

  • The Ryanair share price is soaring today! Here’s what I’d do about it now
    Fool.co.uk

    The Ryanair share price is soaring today! Here’s what I’d do about it now

    Harvey Jones says Ryanair Holdings plc (LON: RYA) is plotting a course for a more profitable future.

  • What to Watch: BA owner buys Air Europa, Santander Ebury stake, and Lagarde speech
    Yahoo Finance UK

    What to Watch: BA owner buys Air Europa, Santander Ebury stake, and Lagarde speech

    A daily overview of the top business, market and economic stories you should be watching today in the UK and abroad.

  • Ryanair to seek divestments as part of IAG's Air Europa purchase
    Reuters

    Ryanair to seek divestments as part of IAG's Air Europa purchase

    Ryanair is to ask competition authorities to force British Airways owner IAG to make divestments as part of its purchase of Air Europa, chief executive Michael O'Leary said on Monday. "I think it is a good deal for IAG, for Willie Walsh. "It is a merger to monopoly in Madrid and I think we would certainly be looking for the competition authorities to require some competition divestments, particularly in the Air Europa short-haul," he said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 2-Trade optimism propels European shares to near 2-year highs

    Optimism over trade talks helped European shares close at their highest level in nearly two years on Monday, while a strong earnings report by Ryanair lifted Irish stocks to a more than one-year high. Siemens Healthineers jumped 9.5% to a record high after it said it expected strong growth to continue next year following a better-than-expected fourth quarter.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    LIVE MARKETS-Opening snapshot: Spotlight on Ryanair and Healthineers

    * European shares hit new highs at the open * STOXX 600 +0.5%, DAX +0.8%; FTSE +0.4% * Ryanair and Healthineers rise after results * Asian shares rise to 14-week highs on trade deal hopes Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Joice Alves. Reach her on Messenger to share your thoughts on market moves: joice.alves.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net OPENING SNAPSHOT: SPOTLIGHT ON RYANAIR AND HEALTHINEERS (0858 GMT) Earnings results are driving top movers this morning. Siemens Healthineers has hit an all-time high and is up more than 6% after it reported better-than-expected Q4 sales and said it expects strong growth to continue next year.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 2-Ryanair growth to stall on further Boeing jet delays

    Ryanair expects further delay to its Boeing MAX 737 deliveries and may still be without the jets next summer, it said on Monday after half-year results that gave the Irish airline's shares a 7% uplift. The airline reported post-tax profit of 1.15 billion euros ($1.3 billion) for the six months to Sept. 30, its most profitable part of the year, beating a concensus forecast of 1.08 billion euros in a company supplied poll of analysts.

  • Ryanair warns of job losses as Boeing 737 Max troubles hit airline
    Yahoo Finance UK

    Ryanair warns of job losses as Boeing 737 Max troubles hit airline

    Ryanair said pilots and cabin crew would lose their jobs as it waits for Boeing's grounded planes to return to the air.

  • Ryanair growth to stall on further Boeing jet delays
    Reuters

    Ryanair growth to stall on further Boeing jet delays

    Ryanair expects further delay to its Boeing MAX 737 deliveries and may still be without the jets next summer, it said on Monday after half-year results that gave the Irish airline's shares a 7% uplift.

  • Plane strikes at rivals boost demand at EasyJet
    Yahoo Finance UK

    Plane strikes at rivals boost demand at EasyJet

    Strikes at rivals British Airways and Ryanair boosted revenue at EasyJet in the second half of the year.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 2-EasyJet uplift fails to pierce airline industry clouds

    British budget airline easyJet expects full-year profit towards the top end of expectations, helped by pilot strikes at rivals British Airways and Ryanair, it said on Tuesday. EasyJet shares, however, fell sharply from a five-month high hit in the previous session, with some brokers disappointed by a lack of positivity on the underlying outlook given the struggles of rivals across the sector. British Airways pilots went on strike for two days last month, grounding thousands of flights.

  • Ryanair can bide its time for better plane deals, says O'Leary
    Reuters

    Ryanair can bide its time for better plane deals, says O'Leary

    Ryanair can wait out price rises sought by planemakers since the global grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX, the Irish airline's boss said on Tuesday. Ryanair Chief Executive Michael O'Leary said his company can wait for prices to drop before placing any large orders. Industry sources say Ryanair has begun commercial talks with Boeing over an order for a larger MAX variant that could be finalised once the current version returns to service.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 2-Ryanair can bide its time for better plane deals, says O'Leary

    Ryanair can wait out price rises sought by planemakers since the global grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX, the Irish airline's boss said on Tuesday. Ryanair Chief Executive Michael O'Leary said his company can wait for prices to drop before placing any large orders. Industry sources say Ryanair has begun commercial talks with Boeing over an order for a larger MAX variant that could be finalised once the current version returns to service.

  • Ryanair boss slams UK aviation regulator after Thomas Cook collapse
    Reuters

    Ryanair boss slams UK aviation regulator after Thomas Cook collapse

    Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary slammed Britain's aviation regulator on Tuesday, saying its soft licensing rules contributed to the chaos around Thomas Cook's bankruptcy. O'Leary, whose low-fare model has squeezed less competitive rivals, said the tour operator model was "dead" and Thomas Cook's collapse last week was no surprise. "How you can license Thomas Cook in April as fit to fly for another 12 months and then it goes bust in September.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 1-Ryanair boss slams UK aviation regulator after Thomas Cook collapse

    Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary slammed Britain's aviation regulator on Tuesday, saying its soft licencing rules contributed to the chaos around Thomas Cook's bankruptcy. O'Leary, whose low-fare model has squeezed less competitive rivals, said the tour operator model was "dead" and Thomas Cook's collapse last week was no surprise.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 1-Ryanair to ask Boeing to 'eat' any EU tariffs in jet trade war

    The head of Ireland's Ryanair on Tuesday urged the United States and European Union to pull back from a tariff war over aircraft subsidies and said he would ask Boeing to "eat" any counter-tariffs imposed on the U.S. firm by the EU. The World Trade Organization (WTO) is expected to give the green light this week to U.S. tariffs on billions of dollars of European goods, including Airbus jets, in a move likely to be mirrored by European tariffs on U.S. planes and goods next year.

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