International Consolidated Airlines Group S.A. (IAGl)

121.60
-2.34(-1.89%)
  • Volume:
    493,313
  • Bid/Ask:
    121.58/121.74
  • Day's Range:
    121.58 - 123.46

IAGl Overview

Prev. Close
123.94
Day's Range
121.58-123.46
Revenue
7.1B
Open
122.66
52 wk Range
109.52-209.9
EPS
-0.5
Volume
493,313
Market Cap
6.01B
Dividend (Yield)
N/A
(N/A)
Average Volume (3m)
9,585,513
P/E Ratio
-
Beta
2.68
1-Year Change
-36.38%
Shares Outstanding
4,966,754,740
Next Earnings Date
28 Jul 2022
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International Consolidated Airlines Group S.A. Company Profile

International Consolidated Airlines Group S.A. Company Profile

Industry
Airlines
Employees
50426

International Consolidated Airlines Group, S.A. is an airline company that holds the interests in airline and ancillary operations. Its segments include British Airways, Iberia, Vueling, Aer Lingus and Other Group companies. It combines the airlines in the United Kingdom, Spain and Ireland. It has approximately 529 aircrafts to over 268 destinations. The Company operates various aircraft fleet services, including Boeing 747 aircraft, Airbus A340 aircraft, Airbus A320 aircraft, Airbus A330-200 aircraft, Boeing 777-200 aircraft and Embraer E170 aircraft. The Company, through its subsidiaries, is engaged in providing airline marketing, airline operations, insurance, aircraft maintenance, storage and custody services, air freight operations and cargo transport services. The Company offers its services in cities, including London, Madrid, Barcelona, Rome and Dublin.

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  • Share price may be dropping but on the ground cost of flights are eye watering. Expeft to see good profits in next quarter and a shoot up of the stock price. Good time to buy
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    • I realy hope so, but don't see that happening.IAG has gone from bad to worse, Govts dont want us to be able to travel - sad
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  • Governments around the world irrational reaction to Chinese Flu means that air travel may never get back to normal! If I worked in the sector I'd leave and retrain.
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    • any ideas on price rise today. I can't find anything in news ?
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      • Delta and united great numbers american also announced today above estimates eps with great oitlook. Restriction lift from us to over 90 countries with covid announced this week and all airlines reporting record larger than prior to pandemic numbers for booking next q summer etc. flying on about 90-95 percent capacity already now. Great news
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      • Dennis Lantosshould see 2.5 soon during summer perhaps even above 3
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    • any thoughts on where this is going to go in next 3 months ?
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      • hopefully upwards, been battered enough
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    • a painful share to hold
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      • I wouldnt even try holding out for lower price. This is a steal
        6
        • What are the thoughts on the earning annoucements coming up?
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          • Despite pandemic losses, they should have made some gains in the last quarter plus summer bookings are up so we should expect a postive forward looking view…with a share price of £2.20upwards in a few months…
            1
          • I reckon given the extremely high inflation and cost of fuel, margins are squeezed even further. I doubt the rise in bookings would be enough to offset the massive fuel bills!
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          • Can't lose if bought at the right price. Things will settle down eventually. Keep nibbling at the shares and build a nice little nest egg.
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        • Here we go again!
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          • 153, bear market
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            • at last, some growth!
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              • Today minus ➖ 10% ... Looks like growth stop now
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              • Well that was short lived, 1 step forward and 2 steps backwards
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