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TUI AG (TUI.L)

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    Danny
    why is everyone panicking? TUI will raise 1.1 billion euros by selling new stock, to reduce a debt pile, at a price of 2.15 euros each in a rights offering. Shareholders will receive 1 right for every share they held on 8 october. For every 21 rights they can get 10 shares at the price mentioned above. The closing date for the rights issue is 21 october, so expect a short term drop. TUI did the same earlier this year and the price dropped shortly before returning to "normal" price (taking dilution into consideration).
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    John
    Wow, just wow. Any hope for recovery?
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    Paul
    learning curve. next time there is an offering sell and buy back 2 weeks later.
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    Parmley
    Novice here. Can someone explain in simple terms the reason for the sudden decline over the last 2-3 days?
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    Giedrius
    I found another line in my portfolio “ TUI AG Rights”. What does it mean???
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    Artur
    The only reason why TUI did drop more than 14% now is because yesterday, UK removed 47 countries from the red list. TUI operates on some of those routes so, there's a small hope they'll get through the winter. New shares don't help at all here. Especially at 2.15 Euros.
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    Lemony
    Well I bought the rights, but I don't know how smart that is. Tui is only 3.5% of my portfolio, but Bitcoin is over 6%. So i guessed one volatile thing is hedged with another. lol. GLTA.
  • L
    Leroy
    Buy now??
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    SKIRED
    I have asked my broker to buy the rights issue for my full allocation.
  • R
    Ryan
    Hmm wonder why it’s going up today, maybe people buying in so they can get half price shares? 😂
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    David
    sometimes you just run out of places to turn....the right issue was a plea of desperation ..and sometimes the wound is to deep to recover....me i think there are better companies to invest in for $2 than this,,
    many people are worried still about leaving there country because of the covid testing and the paper work behind it they would rather stay in there own country ....things will recover but tui doesn't have 3 to 5 years to wait for it....
    honestly if tui announced bankruptcy next month who would really be surprised....again look at the cash burn
  • J
    Julius Caesar - Renaissance
    Saver trade: wait till TUI is near or in profit again and make a right calculation on profitability going forward. The whole sector is still dealing with issues until 2024 when you read earnings reports of big flight companies: only package delivery is going well.
  • D
    David
    TUI finances in tailspin as risk of insolvency looms without external support... just saying be careful...
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    AY
    Sold my shares today, good luck to all - Might come back and buy if the price drop significantly
  • A
    Artur
    TUI to spend 1.5 million Euros to buy back their own shares. It's happening today 24/09/2021. Read the latest statement.
  • A
    Artur
    It looks like we're going back to 2.6. or less as TUI wants to raise 1.1bn Euros by selling shares for 2.15. Not good.
  • A
    Artur
    TUI is the largest world operator. TUI isn't going anywhere but you are, if you start panicking.
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    SKIRED
    I have bought into this yesterday. Travel will be back to pre Covid levels by next year and I expect TUI to rise accordingly.
  • Y
    Y
    when anybody please tell me when will be the last date for Subscription Rights entitlements?
  • J
    J
    buy airline! who need travel agent? elders probably, but with covid they wont travel much